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Do you eat? Then you'll love the KBOO Food Show.

Airs on the 3rd Wednesday of every month at 11 AM.

Episode Archive

Food Show on 12/17/2014

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Food Show
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Wed, 12/17/2014 - 11:00am - 12:00pm
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Communicating with bees, food in the early city, GMOs, and the Maialata
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We'll have a short recap of GMO legislation in Oregon and beyond.  We'll also hear from Jacqueline Freeman, author of "The Song of Increase: Returning to our Sacred Partnership with Honeybees" about communication with bees.  Ever wonder what food in the early city was like?  We have an interview with Catherine McNeur about her book "Taming Manhattan: Environmental Battles in the Antebellum City."  We'll end with a conversation with Cathy Whims, executive chef at Nostrana, about the tradition of the Maialata, where communities in Italy gather to process pigs into food for the next year.

Food Show on 11/19/2014

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Food Show
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Wed, 11/19/2014 - 11:00am - 12:00pm
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Permaculture, plant breeding, edible weeds, Thanksgiving feast
We have a conversation with Marisha Auerbach from Permaculture Rising about herbs and permaculture.  Michael Mazourek, a plant breeder and professor at Cornell University, discusses the process of plant breeding and his new Habanada pepper.  Author Katrina Blair, founder of Turtle Lake Refuge, talks about her new book "The Wild Wisdom of Weeds: 13 Essential Plants for Human Survival."  We close with a live interview with PROPER, a North Portland enhancement organization, tha

Food Show on 10/15/2014

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Food Show
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Wed, 10/15/2014 - 11:00am - 12:00pm
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Fermentation, dutch ovens, feminism and food, and meals from around the world
Just a day before the Portland Fermentation Festival, we will be talking with co-organizer David Barber, owner of Picklopolis, about what to expect at this years festival.  We then have a conversation with Ian Harris about dutch ovens where he tells, in detail, one of his favorite dutch oven recipes.  There is a brand new feminist food and culture quarterly in Portland called Render.  We have an interview with founder/creative director Gabi de Leon and executive director Danielle Knott about the genesis of the magazine and the importance of recognizing the intersection of

Food Show on 9/17/2014

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Food Show
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Wed, 09/17/2014 - 11:00am - 12:00pm
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Conversations about bread, cooking with the whole plant, and the best of Portland eating

On this episode we start with Sam Fromartz, a writer and sometimes baker who recently wrote the book "In Search of the Perfect Loaf."  Chanchal Cabrera will be on the show talking about ancient herbalism meeting the modern kitchen.  We will also be talking with Lisa Mygrant, the owner and culinary director at Raven and Rose, about using the whole plant.  We finish up the episode with Liz Crain, who recently released the second edition of the "Food Lovers Guide to Portland."

For information about Chanchal's class at the Herbal Apothecary visit portlandherbalschool.com

Food Show on 8/20/2014

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Food Show
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Wed, 08/20/2014 - 11:00am - 12:00pm
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Urban farming, Washington Gorge food banks, himalayan blackberries, and an old French tale

We have an interview with Stacey Givens, creator and owner of The Side Yard Farm and Kitchen here in Portland.  We'll also be talking with Pat Sajdak of the Washington Gorge Action Programs about their food bank program.  We follow that with a recorded story from professional storyteller Brian Rohr about an old woman and her apple tree.

To hear an interview from Brian Rohr go here.

Food Show on 7/16/2014

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Food Show
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Wed, 07/16/2014 - 11:00am - 12:00pm
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We get into seaweed and radiation, healthy food options for all, and wine stories
We start this episode with a live interview with Ryan Drum of Island Herbs who will talk with us about seaweed and radiation.  We will also feature food and wine stories from Chehalem Valley winemakers.  We close with a live conversation with Kris Soebroto from Sisters of the Road about their Healthy Plate Project.

For information about the Chehalem Mountain AVA and their event, Origin, you can visit the Chehalem Mountain AVA website.

To learn more about Island Herbs and Ryan Drum, visit his website.

To connect with Sisters of the Road, visit their website.

Food Show on 6/18/2014

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Food Show
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Wed, 06/18/2014 - 11:00am - 12:00pm
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We discuss the future of food, starting a food business in Portland, and food trends.

We have a segment of a live interview featuring Dan Barber, author of "The Third Plate: Notes on the Future of Food" and chef at Blue Hill at Stone Barns, that recently aired on Locus Focus.  We follow that with an interview with Sam Andemariam, owner of Mariam Foods, who has recently started a food business inspired by Ethiopian cuisine.  To end, we will be talking with David Sax, author of "The Tastemakers: Why We're Crazy for Cupcakes but Fed Up with Fondue", live on the air.  Sprinkle in some food news and that's the Food Show for June.

To hear the rest of the interview with Dan Barber, head over to the Locus Focus page.

Food Show on 5/21/2014

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Food Show
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Wed, 05/21/2014 - 11:00am - 12:00pm
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Interviews about local farms, their labor practices, and animal welfare

We hear from Margaret Gray, author of the book "Labor and the Locavore" about labor issues in regional agricultural systems.  We have an interview with the executive director of The Farm Animal Rights Movement, Michael Webberman, who seeks to educate people on the unethical practices perpetuated by the meat industry.  We will also be checking in with Heart 2 Heart Farms from Sherwood, Oregon.

Food Show on 4/16/2014

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Food Show
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Wed, 04/16/2014 - 11:00am - 12:00pm
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We talk about food and art, feeding kids, and starting an apothecary all on this months Food Show.

On the food show this month we have an interview with Lara Pacheco, owner of Seed and Thistle Apothecary.  We'll also be talking with Jeannie Marshall, author of "The Lost Art of Feeding Kids."  We'll close the hour with an in studio interview with the Mary Weaver Chapin, the Curator of Graphic Arts at the Portland Art Museum, who will be talking to us about the "Feast and Famine" exhibition currently on display.

The Meat Episode 3/19/2014

Program: 
Food Show
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Wed, 03/19/2014 - 11:00am - 12:00pm
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A conversation about the history, present, and future of eating meat.

Christopher Leonard, journalist and author of "The Meat Racket," talks about the vertical integration of the poultry industry.  Ivonne Rivero talks about edible insects as an ingredient in Mexican cuisine.  We also have an interview with the Pacific Institute.  We close with a story from chef Andrea Reusing about her first slaughter experience and how it impacted her.

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Cajun breakfasts for Mardi Gras; GMO Alfalfa and Sugar Beets; the Whole Hog; "Farm Direct" House Bill 2336

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Food Show
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Wed, 02/16/2011

February may be our shortest month, but we still bring you a sumptuous yet policy-packed Food Show! We begin again with the first meal of the day. Breakfast in Bridgetown author Paul Gerald returns to talk Cajun petit dejeuner spots in advance of Mardi Gras (March 8).

Then, we dip into the raging debate over the USDA's deregulation of both GMO alfalfa and sugar beets--twin blows to the state's many organic farmers. At the recent Organicology conference, Food Show veteran Marliese Franklin caught up with the Center for Food Safety's Andrew Kimbrell and Philomath-based organic seed grower Frank Morton on their mobilization against this decision. Check out Locus Focus's more in-depth interview with Morton on his fight against these RoundUp Ready sugar beets.

 Local Organic Valley farmer Jon Bansen also called in from Monmouth to describe how GMO alfalfa threatens our organic milk supply.

On a lighter note, householder extraordinaire Harriet Fasenfest brings us a segment on putting up the whole hog. She's curing proscuitto and lardo (among other things!) with the pig she just received from Square Peg Farms.

Finally, the Oregon House just passed  "Farm Direct Bill" (House Bill 2336) with a bipartisan vote. It would allow farmers to sell a small volume of pickles and preserves directly to consumers, without a license. The Oregon Farmer's Market Association's Rebecca Landis gives us the details. Now, it goes on to the Senate.

Be sure to tune in February 16 at 11 a.m. to your community radio station, KBOO 90.7 FM in Portland/100.7

Soup-centric Special: Ethnic Breakfast Soups; Soup Cycle; Frugal Soups; Campbell's Soup CEO

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Wed, 01/19/2011

Our January Food Show oh-so soup-centric! We begin with the first meal of the day, chatting about porridges and ethnic soups for breakfast with Paul Gerald and Nick Zukin. Gerald is the author of Breakfast in Bridgetown. Zukin, of ExtraMSG.com, wrote the section on Mexican and Asian breakfasts.

Want the soup delivered to you? Soup Cycle delivers homemade soup by bicycle in Portland and Corvallis. Laura interviews Soup Cycle co-founder Shauna Lambert and shadows Corvallis cyclist Kim Thackray on her SoupCycle delivery route.

Harriet Fasenfest, author of A Householder's Guide to the Universe, joins us for the full-hour and will give us her take on cooking up frugal soups.

Finally, we'll hear from outgoing Campbell's Soup CEO Douglas Conant, who visited Corvallis to congratulate the Oregon State University students who won the company's 2010 Let's Can Hunger Challenge.

Be sure to tune in every third Wednesday of the month at 11 a.m. to your community radio station, KBOO 90.7 FM in Portland/100.7 FM in Corvallis/91.9 FM in Hood River. Tune in again February 16!

Black Farmers Settlement with USDA; Food Safety Modernization Act; Interview with the Curious Cook Harold McGee

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Sun, 12/19/2010

President Obama just signed into law a $1.15 billion settlement with thousands of black farmers who were discriminated against by the United States Department of Agriculture. So we began the show with an update from John Boyd Jr., president of the National Black Farmers Association, who spoke with us in February.

Speaking of legislation, the Senate and House had passed versions of the (seemingly now doomed) FDA Food Safety Modernization Act. But would the bill grant adequate exemptions to Oregon's many small farmers? We discussed the matter with Susan Boyd of Oregon Rural Action in La Grande and Albany farmer Scott Frost, who runs Nature's Fountain.

Finally, we rebroadcast Eugene Bradley's engaging interview with New York Times food science expert Harold McGee. McGee's latest book is Keys to Good Cooking: A Guide to Making the Best of Food and Recipes.

Be sure to tune in every third Wednesday of the month at 11 a.m. to your community radio station, KBOO 90.7 FM in Portland/100.7 FM in Corvallis/91.9 FM in Hood River. We'll warm you up with a special soup-themed show on January 19.

Fermentation Festival; Bar Camp; French Food at Home with Dorie Greenspan

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Sun, 10/24/2010
 
Our October show featured all things fermented and French. First, organizers of Portland's second annual Fermentation Festival joined us in-studio to tell us about the D.I.Y. pickles, krauts and kefirs they exhibited at the second annual Portland Fermentation Festival. Then David Welch, the co-owner and bar master at Lincoln, stopped by to plug another D.I.Y. event. He's running a "Bar Camp" to take the fear out of mixing old-fashioned cocktails. Finally, Laura presented a brief recording with favorite cookbook author Dorie Greenspan, who has just published Around My French Table. Greenspan and former Oregonian food editor Martha Holmberg mused on the revival of French cuisine in a talk at the Heathman Hotel in Portland October 19.

Photo of gin and tonic by jlastras/Flickr Creative Commons/http://www.flickr.com/photos/jlastras/2910869544/.

 

 

The Story Behind Shark's Fin Soup; Grand Central Bakery's Piper Davis

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Food Show
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Wed, 09/15/2010

 

The Food Show is back after our summer hiatus!
First, we look at the local (and international) controversy over shark's fin soup. Researchers estimate that as many as 73 million sharks are slaughtered each year for their fins. We have two in-studio guests. Portland scuba diver Phil Tobin launched a local campaign to get Portland's popular Wong's King Seafood restaurants to remove the Catonese delicacy from their menu. And China anthropologist Tami Blumenfield will give us a cultural perspective on this contentious food. Unfortunately, no one from Wong's King was able to join us in-studio, but check out their perspective in this response letter that ran in the Willamette Week.
 

 
Then, on a sunnier note, Grand Central Bakery co-owner Piper Davis tells us about a country fair and urban farming expo Saturday at the bakery's North Freemont location. And she'll tempt us with seasonal recipes from The Grand Central Baking Book.
 
Unfortunately, we ran out of time to hear from NICKY USA about this weekend's 10th annual "Wild About Game" cook-off. Check out the website for more on this start chef-studded event.

Be sure to tune in the third Wednesday of every month at 11 a.m. (2 p.m. EST)  to your community radio station, KBOO 90.7 FM in Portland/100.7 FM in Corvallis/91.9 FM in Hood River. Call us at 503-231-8187 during the show with questions for our guests!

Food Styling, Food Lover's Guide to Portland, Bastille Day at Pix Patisserie and FarmStayUS.com

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Wed, 06/16/2010

Laura McCandlish brings you a foodie grab-bag this Wednesday on the KBOO Food Show. Guests include veteran food stylist Delores Custer and Liz Crain, whose new Food Lover's Guide to Portland hits the bookshelves soon! Then Cheryl Wakerhauser tells us about Pix Patisserie's Bastille Day fete, and Scottie Jones describes her efforts to promote agritourism (otherwise known as farm stays) in the Northwest.

Be sure to tune in June 16th at 11 a.m.to your community radio station, KBOO 90.7 FM in Portland/100.7 FM in Corvallis/91.9 FM in Hood River. Call us at 503-231-8187 during the show with questions for our guests!

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Turophiles (Cheese Lovers) Special

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Wed, 05/19/2010

This Wednesday it's Cheese Maven Day on the KBOO Food Show. Guests include Tami Parr of the Pacific Northwest Cheese Project, Chrissie Zaerpoor of Kookoolan Farms in Yamhill and Sarah Marcus, a start-up goat cheesemaker with the Briar Rose Creamery in Dundee. And Gordon Edgar takes us inside his edgy new Cheesemonger memoir.

Listen to the latest in farmstead cheese -- who's making it and how you can, too. On May 19th at 11am on your community radio station. KBOO 90.7 FM.

 

Image courtesy of Kookoolan Farms

IACP Special: New York Times Food Writer Kim Severson and Peace-Making Lebanese Chef Kamal Mouzawak

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Wed, 04/21/2010

One thousand food pros descend on Stumptown this week for the International Association of Culinary Professionals (IACP) annual conference. Conference chair Ken Rubin and IACP President Scott Givot fill us in on this "Who's Who" of gourmet events.

Then two stellar IACP attendees join us in-studio. First, peace-making Lebanese chef and farmers' market founder Kamal Mouzawak describes his efforts at culinary diplomacy. Mouzawak is an IACP presenter and a judge at the Willamette Week's "Eat Mobile" food cart festival.

Finally, award-winning New York Times food writer Kim Severson chats up her new memoir, Spoon Fed: How Eight Cooks Saved My Life. At IACP, she'll interview keynote speaker Ruth Reichl, the former editor of Gourmet Magazine and subject of a chapter in Severson's book. Get your copy signed by Severson at a public Culinary Book Fair at the Oregon Convention Center Friday.

 

St. Patrick's Day Special -- Corned Beef and more

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Wed, 03/17/2010

This is our St. Patrick's Day special featuring Ken Gordon of Kenny & Zuke's deli in downtown Portland and Seattle foodblogger Matthew Amster-Burton. We talk about how to cure your own corned beef and pastrami and what the differences are between the two. There's also a piece about chocolate from former Food Show host Marliese Franklin stemming from the chocolate festival at the World Forestry Center.

Discrimination on the Farm in Oregon and the Nation

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Wed, 02/17/2010

(Photo of John Boyd Jr. at a recent rally in Montgomery, Ala./courtesy of NBFARally).

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crab fan here in portland

I am the daughter of a fishing captain (private sportfishing) and born/raised on the east coast of Fla so I know fish and shell fish!!   I am a HUGE fan of Dungeness crab since moving here last Nov!  Yes, Dung. is way better and more fulfilling than blue crab and my top two favorites!!  The one comperable crab is the Fla Stonecrab which you only pull one claw off the crab and release the crab so it can grow another appendage!!!  nice not having to kill the crab to enjoy eating it!!   Gotta try this sweet crab claw!!!  Really superior just as Dung. is!!!

Food Ebook

Laura, Marliese and Miriam -I am offering e-books in conjunction with my book, Talk Radio Wants You: An Intimate Guide to 700 Shows and How to Get Invited, McFarland & Co. 2009 (a National "Best Books 2009" Awards Winner in the Business: Reference category).
 
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If you welcome guests and are interested in being part of the e-book, please fill in the blanks below and return it to me as soon as possible.
 
All would-be contributors to my book will be offered a discount on Talk Radio Wants You. 
 
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Try it dipped in salt

Food Show program 3/18/2009

Do you plan on post the audio for this show, which contained a segment about Roosevelt High School students overcoming learning disabilities?

I appears it is missing...(?)

Thanks

 

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