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The Splendid Table: Episodes

This week it's <em>The Japanese Grill</em> with Tadashi Ono and Harris Salat and Food &amp; Wine Magazine's Ray Isle has some wine suggestions for summer sipping.
We are looking at the rebirth of Spanish food post-Franco, with culinary historian Claudia Rodin, author of The Food of Spain. Jane and Michael Stern are at the Buckhorn Tavern in San Antonio, TX and restaurateur Andy Ricker of Pok-Pok in Portland, OR, introduces us to Asian drinking vinegars.
We meet up with Tom Owens, the founder of the cult-status coffee website Sweet Maria's, journalist John Willoughby introduces us to the allure of dried Persian limes and Jane and Michael Stern are eating whitefish livers at Maggie's in Bayfield, WI.
This week we meet up with the irascible Anthony Bourdain, author of Medium Raw, A Bloody Valentine To The World of Food and The People Who Cook. Jane and Michael Stern are eating boudin sausage at T Boy's Slaughterhouse in Mamon, Louisiana and Indian food authority Julie Sahni brings us the Indian art ...
This week we're hunting and gathering at water's edge with Hank Shaw, author of Hunt, Gather, Cook, Finding the Forgotten Feast. Also, wine entrepreneur Joshua Wesson brings us his favorite bottles to sip with hot dogs and Sally Schneider of The Improvised Life tells us how to get the most from the season's ...
We are taking on dining in the great outdoors with Mike Faverman and Pat Mac authors of Ultimate Camp Cooking, Lynne plays Stump the Cook with chef Mario Batali and Jane and Michael Stern have tracked down the very best in corned beef hash.
We're getting an international take on the grill from the unstoppable Steve Raichlen author of Planet Barbecue, The Sterns are at a Seattle classic, 13 Coins, and we learn which beers stole the show with Robin Goldstein author of The Beer Trials.
Singer Sheryl Crow joins us with her new book If It Makes You Healthy. Jane and Michael Stern bring us some their timeless road food finds, we check in the boys behind Dinner Party Download, and meet up with a man who has no sense of taste -- literally!
This week, Lynne guides us through the world of food styling with one of the masters, Delores Custer, author of Food Styling: The Art of Preparing Food for the Camera. Jane and Michael Stern are eating Polish Boys in Cleveland, Food and Wine magazine's Ray Isle has some wine suggestions for summer sipping, ...
This week Lynne is out of the studio and into the world of honeybees with bee researcher Marla Spivak. Travel & Leisure Magazine's Peter Jon Lindberg has unearthed good food in unlikely places in Las Vegas and British horticulturalist, Jekka McVicar brings us her pick of unusual culinary herbs to grow ...
Chef Roberto Santibanez author of Truly Mexican introduces us to the Mexican world of pipianes. Sally Schneider of The Improvised Life franchise brings us her short list of favorite blogs. And only in America, Jane and Michael Stern have found first rate Mexican food--in a giant gas station--Fuel City ...
This week historian John T Edge tells us about his on-going reporting for the New York Times called United Tastes, Jane and Michael Stern have found the ultimate hangover cure in New Orleans, a dish called Ya-Ka Mein. We meet a PHD candidate studying "coziness" and we get a take on the 5 Stages of Grief ...
This week we meet Britain's latest culinary phenomenon, columnist and restaurateur Yotam Otttolenghi, author of the vegetarian bestseller Plenty, Vibrant Dishes from London's Ottolenghi. Jane and Michael Stern are taking on a classic -- Wisconsin's Door County Fish Boils, Food and Wine Magazine's Ray ...
Interior designer Thomas O'Brien walks us through his vision of the kitchen. His new book is American Modern, we talk to the last remaining limburger cheese maker and the Stern's take us to Milwaukee for hopple popple at Benji's.
Dan Buettner author of Thrive, Finding Happiness the Blue Zones Way tells us about the significance of the shared meal among world's happiest people. Jane and Michael Stern are tracking down the very best in deli rye and we talk to Saveur's editor Dana Bowen about celebrating Easter in Sicily.
We're looking at the advent of Chinese food in America with Andrew Coe, author of Chop Suey, A Cultural History of Chinese Food in the United States. Jane and Michael Stern are in North Charleston, South Carolina for low country soul food at Bertha's Kitchen, and Sally Schneider, creator of The Improvised ...
This week we look at the burgeoning world of culinary apps with John Moe, host of Marketplace's Tech Report, we go into the kitchen of Somali chef Jamal Hashi and Jane and Michael Stern take us to New Jersey for Pork Rolls.
We're pondering the food supply of the future with Raj Patel author of The Value of Nothing, Jane and Michael Stern are at The White Hut in Springfield, MA, and we ask the question - why are there no famous female chefs?
This week we're taking a look back at Britain's culinary groundbreaker, Elizabeth David with Ruth Reichl, Jane and Michael Stern are at The Southern Kitchen in New Market, VA, wine with Joshua Wesson brings us his short list of wines that are sure to become your BFF, "best friends forever" and we learn ...
We're looking at Mexican - Jewish food traditions with Chef Patricia Jinich, of PBS's Pati's Mexican Table, New York Time's columnist Melissa Clark introduces us to her very suave and very easy recipe for Shrimp Bisque, Jane and Michael Stern are at Cupcake Royale in Seattle, WA and Steve Almond, author ...
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