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The Splendid Table: Episodes

This week we're looking at the wine cork controversy with journalist George Taber, author of To Cork or Not to Cork: Tradition, Romance, Science and the Bottle for the Wine Bottle. Jane and Michael Stern are taking us to upstate NY to raise our "hot dog consciousness" at Ted's in Tonawanda, NY, Wine ...
This week it's Bryant Terry, author of Vegan Soul Kitchen, Jane and Michael Stern are at M & M Cigar Store in Butte, MT, Michael Ruhlman explains the culinary codes behind every successful recipe. He is the author of Ratio: The Simple Codes Behind the Craft of Everyday Cooking, and we hear a story of ...
This week we're meeting up with one of the world's master blade smiths, Bob Kramer, the Sterns are at Pizzeria Lauretano in Bethel, CT, and we look at the new world of edible landscapes with Rosalind Creasy.
We are learning how to build a curry with award-winning teacher Raghavan Iyer, author of 660 Curries. Jane and Michael Stern have found pecan pie worth the trip at the Texas Pie Company in Kyle, TX. Joshua Wesson brings us wines for the picnic basket and we look the misunderstandings behind MSG with Julia Moskin.
It's a look at America's soul food with Frederick Opie, author of Hog and Hominy, Jane and Michael Stern are getting a two-for-one deal on corned beef at McBob's in Milwaukee, WI, and Food & Wine Magazine's Ray Isle tells us where to look for the best global wine values.
This week we're looking at the flavors of the golden age of Arab cuisine with Charles Perry author of "Medevial Cuisine of the Islamic World," and Jane and Michael Stern are breakfasting at Kitchen Little in Mystic Connecticut, Dorie Greenspan author of "Baking, from My Home to Yours" introduces us to ...
We're exploring the mind and ethics of the hunter with Steve Rinella, author of American Buffalo, In Search of a Lost Icon. We get advice on kitchen cleanup music with Tom Moon, author of 1,000 Recordings To Hear Before You Die and we meet bean obsessed Steve Sando, author of Heirloom Beans.
(Repeat Broadcast.) We are looking at how the miraculous omega-3 fatty acids are disappearing from our Western diet with Susan Allport, author of The Queen of Fats. Jane and Michael Stern are at Skylight Inn BBQ in Ayden, NC and Russ Parsons, author of How to Pick a Peach turns his expertise to Spring's ...
This week we're looking at the truth and lies of why we buy, with Martin Lindstrom author of Buyology: Truth and Lies About Why We Buy. The Sterns are at Mosca's, an Italian roadhouse in Louisiana swamp country, and Josh Wesson introduces us to American Riesling.
This week we're looking at the surprising political power of the banana with Dan Koeppel author of Banana: The Fate of the Fruit That Changed the World. Jane and Michael Stern are eating first rate Mexican food in the sugar beet belt at Rosita's in Scottsbluff, NE, and Sally Schneider author of The Improvisational ...
This week we're bringing you a show recorded in one of the most happening food towns in the world, Mexico City, including a visit with the grand dame of Mexican cuisine, Diana Kennedy.
(Repeat Broadcast) We're taking you behind the scenes of the legendary restaurant, Per Se in NYC. Our guide? A waitress. Phoebe Damrosch is the author of Service Included, Four-Star Secrets of an Eavesdropping Waiter. Jane and Michael Stern are at the Grove Cafe in Ames, IA and cheesemonger Steve Jenkins ...
This week we're being introduced to the lush foods of Senegal with Pierre Tham author of Yolele: Recipes from the Heart of Senegal. Jane and Michael Stern are at Sahagun in Portland, OR and we learn the art of cooking on your car engine with Bill Sheller, author of Manifold Destiny.
This week we're looking at how other countries deal with their obesity issues with Barry Popkin author of The World is Fat. Jane and Michael Stern are at B and W Bakery in Hackensack, NJ, and we learn about the link between a Korean soap opera and the rise of Korean court food in Asia with Debra Samuels, ...
This week we are taking an in-depth look at one of the great culinary arts, stock making with Michael Ruhlman, author of The Elements of Cooking, Translating the Chef's Craft for Every Kitchen. Jane and Michael Stern are in Cambridge, MA at the All Star Sandwich Bar and Ken Abala author of Beans, A History ...
This week we learn the art of cupping with Portland's legendary Stumptown Coffee, Joshua Wesson introduces us to the world's iconic grapes and we pay a round of Stump the Cook with Stumpmaster Christopher Kimball of Cook's Illustrated.
We are taking a look at our Locavore Nation project. 15 adventurous souls took on the challenge to eat a sustainable, local diet for a year. We will weigh in with the results. Locavore novelist Barbara Kingsolver, author of Animal, Vegetable. Miracle: A Year of Food Life joins us for a commentary on the results.
This week we meet the woman behind the wine guide considered by most to be the most comprehensive ever published. England's Jancis Robinson, author of The Oxford Companion to Wine. Jane and Michael Stern are visiting Dan's Carry Out in Charleston, SC, and Gourmet Magazine's John Willoughby introduces ...
(Repeat Broadcast) This week we're taking you on a road trip, specifically a wine trip to the Galicia region of Spain. It was one week, one bus, four wine geeks and The Splendid Table. The job was to taste a minimum of 50 wines a day, and if you don't think that is work, give it a try. Galicia and it's ...
(Repeat Broadcast) This week we're taking you on a road trip, specifically a wine trip to the Galicia region of Spain. It was one week, one bus, four wine geeks and The Splendid Table. The job was to taste a minimum of 50 wines a day, and if you don't think that is work, give it a try. Galicia and it's ...
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