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AIRED - Kendall Jackson Culinary Dream Team
Chefs & Farmer: Justin Wangler, Tracey Shepos, Taylor Tucker

  • We were lucky to sneak away the Culinary Dream Team from Kendall Jackson for an engaging conversation about the winery, food and farming. Our guests were Chef Justin Wangler, Chef Tracey Shepos Cenami and Culinary Gardener Tucker Taylor. We discussed their GORGEOUS new cookbook 'Season, a year of wine country food, farming, family & friends', farm to table dinners, farming, got to taste some interesting miniature ingredients (radishes, oyster leaf) from the farm, and scrumptious bouchons paired with wine.

    Book a wine & food pairing at www.kj.com/visit/culinary-experiences
    Visit the winery at 5007 Fulton Road, Fulton, CA 95439

    www.kj.com
    www.seasoncookbook.com

  • On instagram:

  • @jacksonfamilywines         @farmert          @jfwchefjw          @tshepos

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AIRED - Jim Reichardt: Liberty Ducks - Jennifer Reichardt: Raft Wines

  • Jim Reichardt - Sonoma County Poultry (Liberty Ducks) - A Family Affair

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  • Jim Reichardt started Sonoma County Poultry in 1992 and has been supplying ducks to all of the top restaurants in California ever since. His daughter, Jennifer Reichardt, started her own wine label in 2016 with the goal of making high quality wines for everyday consumption. Listen to her story on "The Wine Makers" podcast, available on the Radio Misfits Podcast Network.

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  • #LibertyDuck                                  libertyducks.com

  • libertyducks@gmail.com

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  • #RaftWines                                    raftwines.com

  • @duckdaughterjj  

  • jennifer@raftwines.com

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AIRED - LACI SANDOVAL - WIND & RYE

  • This week Kathleen Hill joins us as we meet with Laci Sandoval, one of the best bakers in the country. Raised in South Dakota, she grew her love of seasonal fruits and hand-crafted baked goods, ultimately moving to California and working at such restaurants as Boulevard, Chez Panisse, Redd and Jack Falstaff. She now runs a kitchen that offers cooking classes for kids and adults, reaching out to her community through food. Her husband Travis is a glass blower and makes incredible cake stands that are available with your wedding cake. Truly inspirational. Check it out !!!

  • www.windandrye.com

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AIRED - KATHLEEN HILL

  • Sondra & Brian visit with Kathleen Hill to introduce her to The Bite Goes On listeners.

  • Kathleen Hill is one of Sonoma's icons and a local celebrity. She is the Food & Wine editor and columnist for the Sonoma Index Tribune and author of over 40 books. She is also a Culinary Historian and the collector of about 4,000 kitchen utensils, machines, devices, cookbooks and food pamplets. She spent weekdays for seven years with the great writer M.F.K. Fisher and even prepared lunch one day for her and Julia Child, a somewhat terrifying experience for her. Parts of the Kathleen Hill Culinary Collection have been exhibited at museums throughout California and at several Wiliams-Sonoma stores. She is a member of Les Dames d’Escoffier, a member of both the New York and Southern California Culinary Historians, and is a Compagnon of the Guilde Internationale des Fromagers.

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  • We look forward to having Kathleen Hill as a regular guest on The Bite Goes On.

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  • To reach Kathleen Thomas Hill - kathleensonoma@gmail.com or on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/KathleenHillFood

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AIRED - Deirdre Bourdet  - Hedonist Ink - Food Writer

 

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AIRED - NextGenChef - Justine Reichman

NextGenChef is the brainchild of Justine Reichman, food afficianado, food activist, and food entrepreneur incubator. We had a fun dialogue to see what NextGenChef is all about.

Committed to supporting food businesses who source ingredients from local and organic agriculture, the company is actively crafting a platform to encourage mainstream & widespread food businesses to work towards this regenerative philosophy that will dramatically benefit human and environmental health by reducing carbon footprint, increasing nutritional quality of food offerings, and decreasing the amounts of chemicals and pesticides in our soil and our food (and that’s just a few benefits) all while deliciously feeding local communities.

NextGenChef is getting ready to host their annual Food Summit 2019 in late spring. Mentors, advisors and the company’s own food business owners will be knowledgeably bantering on panels, demonstrating their culinary creations, sitting in on coaching sessions and mingling with the farm, the table and everyone in-between.

For more information about NextGenChef visit www.nextgenchef.com.

 

For sponsorship or mentor interest contact justine@nextgenchef.com.

 

social: @nextgenchef

#eatingrightisahumanright

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AIRED - Gary Edwards

  • We visit with Gary Edwards, as he is a Jack of all Trades in Cheese. We have a lively conversation about his local roots and his beginnings at G & G Markets in Santa Rosa to working in the International Dairy Business.

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  • As President of Sage Marketing, LLC in Sonoma, California since 1991, Gary Edwards has always been an entrepreneur.

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  • He has been connected to food in Sonoma County since the age of 10, from growing apples and raising cows as 4-H projects in Sebastopol, California, to today, partnering with cheese and dairy manufacturers around the world.

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  • While traveling globally, learning and marketing in the cheese industry from New Zealand and Ireland to Germany and Italy, Gary helped create the first Certified Organic cheese factory in California.

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  • He was also the founding Convivium leader of Slow Food Sonoma Valley and Co-Founded Cittaslow Sonoma Valley, the first “Slow City” in the US.

  • Gary is Past President of the Sonoma Valley Rotary Club and recent Sonoma City Planning Commissioner, as well as an active board member of the Redwood Empire Food Bank. Gary lives in Sonoma with his lovely wife Ruth and two beautiful children Madeleine and Sullivan.

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AIRED - Jay Rooke

We got lucky to get Jay to sit down with us on The Bite Goes On to tell his story of how career choices in being a culinary instructor and restaurant owner led to his becoming a personal business coach and start-up guru. This past fall, Jay created and produced Seeding Sonoma, which was a successful “Shark Tank - ish” event which brought both entrepreneurs and creators together for a forum not seen before in Sonoma.

 

Jay is also Co-founder of givingkicks.com with Damien Rufus, a charitable mission to provide 1000 pairs of kicks to 1000 kids.

Website - https://jayrooke.com 

Know Pain, Know Gain Podcast: https://jayrooke.com/podcast  

 

Giving Kicks: http://givingkicks.com

 

https://www.facebook.com/TribeCreator

https://www.linkedin.com/in/jayrooke

 https://twitter.com/JayRooke

 

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  • Brian and Sondra sit down with Rusti Porter and Rachel Hauser from Rebbl and Terra Judge from Not For Sale to talk about Rebbl, their origins both in company development and product sourcing.

  • What is Rebbl?

  • A company that produces protein drinks and elixirs?

  • A company that is deep in commitment to their core mission values about community, the planet and their team.

  • REBBL sources organic, sustainably grown ingredients – like reishi mushroom – from high integrity partners who exemplify their core values. They source these organic ingredients from over 29 countries. REBBL was born out of a passionate collaboration between global thought-leaders to identify an innovative solution to uplift vulnerable communities around the world. REBBL donates 2.5% of all net sales to Not For Sale to support regions of the world that are vulnerable to exploitation and human trafficking. Through impact sourcing, they help communities to thrive and prevent their vulnerability to trafficking in the first place.

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  • https://rebbl.co/

  • https://www.notforsalecampaign.org/

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AIRED - Valley Fig Growers - Gary Jue - Linda Cain

  • Let’s get figgy with the Valley Fig Growers. Gary Jue and Linda Cain from Valley Fig Growers sit down with Sondra and Brian to talk everything about their fig operation in Fresno.  Valley Fig Growers is located in Fresno, California. All of the commercially sold dried figs produced in the United States are grown in the Fresno area and north, in the fertile San Joaquin Valley. California represents 10% of the world production of dried figs.Valley Fig Growers was established in 1959 and is the largest handler of figs in North America. The cooperative represents 40% of the California fig industry.

  • Visit the website at www.valleyfig.com

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Fashion Designer to Baker We can’t wait for you to hear Carole’s fabulous story behind the opening of Rustic Bakery and their slow and steady growth. Rustic Bakery is an organic, small batch bakery located in Northern California. Visit the website at www.rusticbakery.com

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Episode 11: Jerry James Stone:Vegetarian & Vegan Videoblogger on YouTubeCan you imagine over 20 Billion viewers and over 100,000 subscribers to a Vegetarian and Vegan food show. Well Jerry tells us about his path to get to this place, what it means to garner this many subscribers and his feelings about food - not just vegan and vegetarian food. He talks about his approach and style to his content and how he learned to cook from his mother. Jerry is the author of two books; Made with Coffee and Holidazed as well as a writer for Discovery Channel, Whole Food Markets, Costco and more.www.jerryjamesstone.comhttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGI10IUJg76S5C1Ba1M8SbATwitter: @jerryjamesstonehttps://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jerry_James_Stonehttps://www.instagram.com/jerryjamesstone/https://www.facebook.com/jerryjamesstone

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AIRED - Ron Tanner - Specialty Food Association

 

  • Episode 10: Ron Tanner: Specialty Food Association Vice President Philanthropy, Government and Industry Relations

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  • Did you ever wonder how food products get to the shelves in your market or how new food trends happen? We get to discuss these topics on site at the Winter Fancy Food Show with Ron Tanner, who has been on staff for the Specialty Food Association for over 30 years.

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  • The Winter Fancy Food Show had over 1400 companies with over 80,000 different products on display. Sondra tried only about 30 of them in her two days walking the show and Brian tasted 3. The SFA is known for being the hub around the innovation of food and over the years Ron has worked hard bringing an education, philanthropic, and networking component to the association. Listen in to hear what the latest trends are for 2019, the number 1 growth category and about the 7 incubators that are working to make production accessible to everyone.

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  • Summer Fancy Food Show is in New York (june 23 - 25)

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  • www.specialtyfood.com

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  • www,specialtyfoodfoundation.org

  • rtanner@specialtyfood.com

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Aired - Kathleen Hill - Getting Toasted

 

  • Sondra & Brian visit with Kathleen Hill to introduce her to The Bite Goes On listeners.

  • Kathleen Hill is one of Sonoma's icons and a local celebrity. She is the Food & Wine editor and columnist for the Sonoma Index Tribune and author of over 40 books. She is also a Culinary Historian and the collector of about 4,000 kitchen utensils, machines, devices, cookbooks and food pamplets. She spent weekdays for seven years with the great writer M.F.K. Fisher and even prepared lunch one day for her and Julia Child, a somewhat terrifying experience for her. Parts of the Kathleen Hill Culinary Collection have been exhibited at museums throughout California and at several Wiliams-Sonoma stores. She is a member of Les Dames d’Escoffier, a member of both the New York and Southern California Culinary Historians, and is a Compagnon of the Guilde Internationale des Fromagers.

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  • We look forward to having Kathleen Hill as a regular guest on The Bite Goes On.

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  • To reach Kathleen Thomas Hill - kathleensonoma@gmail.com or on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/KathleenHillFood

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Aired Gentleman Farmer, Nicholas Freedman

Episode #8 Sondra and Brian have a fun fact filled conversation with GENTLEMAN FARMER Nicholas Freedman. We discover how Nick has transitioned from corporate media to buying a ranch, 'Bee Cool Ranch' in Petaluma and his love affair with bees. Nick provides a wealth of information that is just plain interesting and will get any inspired bee enthusiast straight to a hive. We hope you enjoy this show - truly fascinating!

 

 

https://www.sonomabees.orgTo get involved with bees in Sonoma County: 

 

https://www.facebook.com/nicholas.freedman.7

 

https://www.facebook.com/beecoolranch/

 

https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/6390231

https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/15936918

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  • Chef John Ash visits with Sondra & Brian to talk about his journey from Fine Arts to being the iconic Chef considered to be the Father of Wine Country Food. Chef Ash, a veteran of the restaurant business, culinary instruction and award-winning author shares his wisdom on his life of a Chef both in the private and public sector. Chef John Ash also hosts the Good Food Hour with Steve Garner on their weekly Radio Program on KSRO FM Radio on Saturdays from 11am - 12pm.

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  • https://chefjohnash.com

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  • https://www.facebook.com/Chef-John-Ash-83742237302

  • http://www.ksro.com/show/good-food-hour/

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VOLO Chocolate  - Susan & Jeff Mall

 

  • Susan & Jeff Mall, founders and owners of VOLO chocolate join the podcast to discuss their journey from restaurant owners, to chefs at a farm to table resort in Baja, Mexico to their grassroots bean to bar chocolate company. They produce over 1,200 chocolate bars per week in their production studio in Windsor using local ingredients whenever possible including: Clover Dairy, Petaluma Hill Dairy, Merchant & Miller Extra Virgin Olive Oil and Flying Goat Coffee. The cocoa beans are sourced from the Lachua and the Polochic Valley regions from farmers’ associations of growers in Guatemala and from another farmers’ association in Haiti.

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  • https://volochocolate.com/

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  • info@volochocolate.com

  • 707-536-6764

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  • Sondra & Brian visit with Kathleen Hill to introduce her to The Bite Goes On listeners.

  • Kathleen Hill is one of Sonoma's icons and a local celebrity. She is the Food & Wine editor and columnist for the Sonoma Index Tribune and author of over 40 books. She is also a Culinary Historian and the collector of about 4,000 kitchen utensils, machines, devices, cookbooks and food pamplets. She spent weekdays for seven years with the great writer M.F.K. Fisher and even prepared lunch one day for her and Julia Child, a somewhat terrifying experience for her. Parts of the Kathleen Hill Culinary Collection have been exhibited at museums throughout California and at several Wiliams-Sonoma stores. She is a member of Les Dames d’Escoffier, a member of both the New York and Southern California Culinary Historians, and is a Compagnon of the Guilde Internationale des Fromagers.

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  • We look forward to having Kathleen Hill as a regular guest on The Bite Goes On.

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  • To reach Kathleen Thomas Hill - kathleensonoma@gmail.com or on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/KathleenHillFood

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Steve Sando - Rancho Gordo

 

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Holiday Chit Chat with Sondra & Brian

Sondra and Brian talk about the holidays, latkes, gluten free and so much more!

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Preston Raisin

Sondra & Brian talk to Preston Raisin of Sonoma Broadway Farms about his amazing Farm Stay property. 

Sonoma Broadway Farms 20675 Broadway, Sonoma, CA 95476           

www.sonomabroadwayfarms.com                                                     

sonomabroadwayfarms@gmail.com                                 

https://www.instagram.com/sonomabroadwayfarms/

https://www.facebook.com/SonomaBroadwayFarmsStay/

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Introduction to The Bite Goes On

Sondra and Brian introduce themselves and discuss how food became such an important part of their lives. We see where their paths intersect and expand. This episode will give you a good idea about the camaraderie and repartee that you can expect from these two passionate eaters.

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Just a short teaser about The Bite Goes On at the end of The Winemakers broadcast from November. 

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