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Seattle Kitchen is a foodie's dream as chefs Tom Douglas and Thierry Rautureau review the Puget Sound's best restaurants and hot spots, delight listeners with recipes based on a special weekly ingredient, and answer listeners' burning culinary quandaries.
||Should Salami be Washinton State's Official Meat?||Chefs Tom Douglas and Thierry Rautureau with Katie O discuss Scallops from Whole Foods Market. USA Today names Tom Douglas in article about best foodie spots in Seattle. Find out about how to vote on a new name for the weekly food quiz. Plus, listener questions, and an agree or disagree segment involving salami as Washington State's official meat. Then the chefs welcome Yasha Shayan from Impulse Wine in Seattle to talk wine and take the food quiz.||3/15/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||Sky City Executive Chef Jeff Maxfield||Chefs Tom Douglas and Thierry Rautureau discuss Saffron, available at Whole Foods. Also, listener responses to foods they used to hate but now love. And, the chefs welcome Jaff Maxfield, executive chef of Sky City, the restaurant inside the Space Needle.||3/8/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||Recipe ideas for your Oscar themed party!||Chefs Tom Douglas and Thierry Rautureau plus Katie O discuss Allegro coffee from Whole Foods. Tom asks what food changed your mind once you gave it a second chance? The chefs answer listener questions and give suggestions for an Oscar themed party. The chefs introduce us to "Hanna's Kitchen" an Ethiopian restaurant in Ballard. Plus, Katie O discusses her recipe for "The Green Man" vodka cocktail, and an update on the chef's "Hot Stove Society".||3/1/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||The chefs announce a new business venture together||Chefs Tom Douglas and Thierry Rautureau plus Katie O discuss how to prepare parsnips from Whole Foods. Julien Perry from Seattle Magazine stops by to talk about supporting local restaurants. The chefs discuss an article from Bon Appetite magazine about 7 ways to ruin an omelet. Plus, the chefs announce an exciting new business venture together. Also, Chef's David Varley and Jeff Lindsay from RN74 discuss food and wine pairings and take the food quiz!||2/22/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||Sweet caramel for Valentine's Weekend||Chef's Tom Douglas and Thierry Rautureau along with Katie-O discuss how to make caramel. Guest author, Ernesto G Pino shares his book "Cocino Con Mama". An Olympic themed Ordinary to Extraordinary, with borscht, caviar and vodka. Julien Perry, food editor for Seattle Magazine questions if food critics need to be anonymous any longer. Katie O shares her trip to Austin and recent engagement. Jamie Pehar stops by to talk about the Seattle Food and Wine Experience, coming to Seattle Center February 23rd.||2/15/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||Seattle Kitchen Show February 8, 2014||Chef's Tom Douglas and Thierry Rautureau along with Katie O are getting ready for Valentine's day with wine ideas from Whole Foods Market. Chef Thierry offers a simple white wine sauce recipe for chicken. They welcome local entrepreneur, Bryce Lathrop, of "White Moustache", a date planning service. Also local authors Theresa Gilliam of "Bacon 24/7" and Molly Wizenberg of "Delancey: A Man, a Woman, a Restaurant, a Marriage".||2/8/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||Foods to eat before you die, and "Growing a Feast" with author Kurt Timmermeister||Chef Tom Douglas and Katie O discuss Tom's recipe for Grapefruit Salad. Next, they debate a list of "25 Things You Should Eat Before You Die". Also, common food mistakes, and how you can avoid them. Guest author, Kurt Timmermeister, discusses his book "Growing a Feast".||2/1/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||Snacks for next weekend's Big Game!||Chefs Tom Douglas and Thierry Rautureau tell you how to stock up for your Superbowl party at Whole Foods. The chefs discuss the $12 twelve foot hot dog. Tom's going to NY and cooking a special Super Bowl delight. Plus, wing sauce, chili, pigs in a blanket turned from ordinary to extraordinary. Blue and Green cocktails for your party. Guest John Moffit talks about what foods are made for the players - his Brisket! And, a Super Bowl themed food quiz.||1/25/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||Tom Douglas and Katie-O talk food and answer listeners questions||Tom Douglas and Katie-O talk food and answer listeners questions||1/19/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||Tom Douglas and Katie-O talk food||Tom Douglas and Katie-O toss around food ideas in a segment called Good Idea/Bad Idea.||1/19/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||Seattle Kitchen Show January 18, 2014||Chef Tom Douglas and Katie O discuss Collard Greens. Nicole Broader joins in to talk about going alcohol free for January. The Food Lovers Cleanse with Sara Dickerman. The Portlandia Cookbook. Tipping your server with something other than money. Genetically engineered apples that won't bruise. And more!||1/18/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||Tom, Thierry and Katie-O discuss ways to make memorable appeizers.||The chef's talk about appetizers like smoked salmon and more tips and tricks for adding a little kick to simple appetizers to make them stand out with flavor to break up traditional fish flavors. Plus discussion of beers that stand out.||1/12/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||Cynthia Nims joins the group with discussion of her ecookbook.||Cynthia Nims joins the group with discussion of her ecookbook. Discussion of how airlines are trying to improve food on flights and some of the challenges faced in preparing airline food. The chefs also talk about some of their most memorable meals of the New Year.||1/12/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||Potatoes, food trends and souffl||The "Whole Foods" food of the week starts with potatoes and Tom, Thierry and Katie-O discuss how to make them the star of a dish. In this week's "Food in the News" the show looks at what Seattle food writers predicted for the future of food in our town. Sticking with that theme, the show discusses what's hot in the food world and what is over. Next, they share some pointers and the secrets behind a great souffl. The very successful Ronspies brothers, Dustin and Derek, join the show to discuss the farm to table movement and much more. As always the show shares tips and advice to help turn ordinary dishes extraordinary, answer listener questions and play the Food Quiz!||1/4/14||Free||View In iTunes|
||Figs, Ivar's and bottled water||The Whole Foods ingredient of the week is Figs. The show discusses their favorite recipes, how to pick them from the super market and much more. Next, the conversation shifts to champagne and they look at cheaper alternatives, tricks to opening a bottle and more. Tom, Thierry and Katie-O test different varieties of bottle water and pick their favorite. This year Ivar's celebrated their 75th anniversary and highlighted it by releasing their first cook book. The show looks at the book and the restaurant, plus they answer all of your questions about fish. As always the show ends with the Food Quiz!||12/28/13||Free||View In iTunes|
||Phyllo dough, Fat Cork champagne and roast chicken.||The Whole Food's ingredient of the week is phyllo dough. Tom, Thierry and Katie-O discuss their favorite recipes for the flaky pastry, share tips on how to prepare it and explain the best holiday season recipes. Brian Maletis, the owner of Fat Cork, is in-studio to discuss how he started his label, to share a variety of champagne secrets and to offer champagne tips for your holiday celebrations. Next, the show discusses and critiques their favorite roast chicken recipes. This week's food in the news features an angry chef on twitter and much more. They explain how they would repurpose a number of different food gifts and continue that conversation in agree or disagree. Helen McGovern, the Executive Director of the Emergency Food Network, is in-studio to explain how you can help families in need over the holiday season. As always the show ends with the food quiz.||12/21/13||Free||View In iTunes|
||Crab, fruit cake and secret food weaknesses||The Whole Foods "Food of the Week" starts the show and this week they look at crab meat. They discuss the types of meats, the best recipes and how crab cakes have changed. Next they share tips to help turn your ordinary dishes extraordinary. It has a holiday twist and they look at fruit cake, egg nog and more. They also answer a variety of listener questions, before having a conversation about tipping and minimum wage. Tom, Thierry and Katie-O have a roundtable discussion about their secret food weaknesses. With Christmas coming up the show shares their favorite food gift ideas. As always the show ends with the Food Quiz!||12/14/13||Free||View In iTunes|
||Roasts, cookbooks and restaurants in the community||Tom, Thierry and Katie-O kick off the show with a quick conversation about opening a restaurant before talking roasts in the Whole Foods Ingredient of the Week. With the holiday season upon us, the show is joined by Lara Hamilton, from Book Larder, to share some of the best cookbooks of 2013 that would make great gifts. Next, Josh Ruxin the author of "A Thousand Hills to Heaven Love, Hope and a restaurant in Rwanda" stops by the show to talk about the impact a restaurant can have on a community. They answer listener questions about a cookie recipe that represents Seattle, children's cookbooks and more. Later, Chef Jason Wilson of Crush and the New Millers Guild joins the show to talk about his signature dish, plus he sticks around for the food quiz!||12/7/13||Free||View In iTunes|
||Clementines, pho and sushi||Tom, Thierry and Katie-O start the show with a conversation about clementines. They discuss their use for clementines and similar citrus fruits. Taylor Hoang from Pho Cyclo Caf joins the show to talk about the popularity of Pho in Seattle and also more on other Vietnamese food. Next, the show answers listener questions and tackles topics including digital thermometers, brussel sprouts and wines that pair with turkey. This week's Food in the News features a special guest, award-winning food writer Jen Chiu. The show looks at sushi in Seattle and is joined by expert sushi chef Taichi Kitamura. The show takes on some culinary facts and fictions in agree/disagree and as always the show ends with the food quiz.||11/30/13||Free||View In iTunes|
||Chanterelles, Chicago-style pizza and leftover turkey stock||This week's Whole Foods ingredient of the week is chanterelles. Tom, Thierry and Katie-O discuss the different types, how to prepare them during winter compared with summer and more. Next, they help you make your ordinary pancakes, omelets and mimosas extraordinary. This week's food in the news focuses on Chicago-style pizza after Jon Stewart went on a rant expressing his dislike of the deep dish favorite. It starts a controversial pizza debate between Tom, Thierry and Katie-O. Next, the show shares tips on how to use leftover turkey to make an award-winning stock. They take listener questions from the live audience and debunk common food myths. Heritage Distilling stops by the show to talk spirits and share some good cocktail recipes. As always the show ends with The Great Seattle Food Quiz!||11/23/13||Free||View In iTunes|
this podcast is growing on me.....have been listening to a show each of the last four weeks, and i think i like it!