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The Splendid Table: Episodes

We're meeting up with a man devoted to the study of ginger -- The Smithsonian's Curator of Botany -- John Kress. Jane and Michael Stern are eating low-country pizza at The Old Firehouse Restaurant in Hollywood, SC and we look at roasting coffee at home with Tom Owen of Sweet Maria's.
British chef and maverick, Stefan Gates plays with his food and brings glow-in-the-dark jello to parties. Gates teaches us the art of the interactive meal with his new book, The Extraordinary Cookbook: How to Make Meals Your Friends Will Never Forget. Mexican chef, Pati Jinich, host of PBS's Pati's Mexican ...
This week we're taking a food lovers tour of Vietnam with Peter Jon Lindberg, Editor-at-Large of Travel & Leisure Magazine. Jane and Michael Stern are at Metompkin Seafood in Mappsville, Virginia, and Dorie Greenspan, author of Around My French Table, joins us with a very French take on the side dish. ...
It's the appetites of insects with Marlene Zuk, author of Sex on Six Legs, Lessons on Life, Love and Language from the Insect World. Jane and Michael Stern have found the pinnacle of cafe coffee in Iowa and New York Times columnist, Melissa Clark brings us new ideas for fall vegetables. Her new book ...
This week we talk with Mark Bitterman author of Salted, A Manifesto on the World's Most Essential Mineral, with Recipes. We get a look at the world of a wine importer—with boutique importer Terry Theise, author of Reading Between the Wines and the Sterns are back in Santa Fe at Bobcat Bite.
We are joined by two exceptional chefs, the consummate French master, Jacques Pepin and an innovator from India, Vikas Khanna. We learn about DIY bento box lunches that kids will eat and Jane and Michael Stern share their favorite roadfood chains.
This week we're looking at the last of the world's wild foods, fish with Paul Greenberg, author of Four Fish. We get some outside the box thinking on how deal with small kitchen and dining spaces from Maxwell Gillingham-Ryan, author of Apartment Therapy's Big Book of Small Cool Spaces. Jane and Michael ...
Award-winning writer Dorie Greenspan, author of Around My French Table teaches us the French way with beef stews and Lynne shares her favorite tomatoes of the year. In pursuit of cheese, Janet Hurst brings her take on homemade cheese and Jane and Michael Stern are eating famous Rhode Island chicken dinners. ...
This week we get some modern day wine truths from Matt Kramer author of Matt Kramer on Wine. We'll look at some of the world's most bizarrely set restaurants with JD Rinne of Budgettravel.com, we deconstruct and reinvent ratatouille with Salon.com's Francis Lam, a botanist breeds a tomato for Lynne, ...
This week we meet up with London's celebrity chef, Silvena Rowe, author of Purple Citrus and Sweet Perfume. Jane and Michael Stern have uncovered the West Indies Salad, and fashion designer Isaac Mizrahi plays Stump the Cook.
We're taking a look at the world of extreme tourism with Chuck Thompson, author of To Hellholes and Back. We also dive into the world of self-publishing with the creators of Canal House Cooking; and Lukas Volger, author of Veggie Burgers Every Which Way shares a few alternatives to processed frozen veggie burgers.
We are looking at the surprising politics of Florida's winter tomatoes with investigative journalist Barry Estabrook author of Tomatoland. Jane and Michael Stern take on the South's favorite cocktail accompaniment, pimento cheese and Francis Lam, the Features Editor at Gilt Taste joins Lynne to talk ...
Evan Goldstein author of Daring Pairings joins us with a fresh take on pairing food and wine. Also on the show, a new cooking technique for getting the most from summer vegetables, the trivia challenge, and Lynne's answers to your kitchen questions.
This week on The Splendid Table we are cooling off with homemade ice cream from Cleveland's ice cream maven, Jeni Britton Bauer, author of Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams at Home. Jane and Michael Stern are at Nick's Kitchen in Huntington, Ind., and we look at the ways in which food is used as a political ...
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.
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