Food has always been a passion of mine. Whether it was spending time in my mom’s kitchen in South Tampa watching and learning techniques of a good cook, sitting at the feet of a master chef on the Via Veneto in Rome, Italy, or visiting the kitchens of incredible restaurants all around the world – food, cooking, creating, has been my life’s enjoyment.
Some people remember their first kiss. Well, I remember my first couscous, at a small gathering in the countryside on the outskirts of Dijon, France while attending undergraduate school at the University of Dijon.
Our credo, “It’s About The Food,” says it all.
This Julia Child protégé and PBS television star, author of many fine cookbooks, discusses her time with Julia and how women have grown in the culinary world since she first started.
Cookbook authors, and owners of Savannah’s best bakery – “Back In The Day,” tell us how they got started and their philosophy of keeping things fresh and always homemade.
July 20, 2013 – Sara Moulton & Cheryl and Griffith Day
The creator of the immensely successful CRONUT discusses what it was like growing up in France, and the techniques which makes his New York bakery world renowned with daily lines around the block.
July 26, 2013 – Dominique Ansel
Food Networks Iron Chef and restaurateur talks how he began cooking, and behind the scenes of hugely popular shows he is on like Chopped and Iron Chef.
August 24, 2013 – Geoffrey Zakarian
Food Talk with Kim Bailey airs every Saturday from 2-3pm ET on AM 820 News. Also listen live on NewsTalkFlorida.com.