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The Seattle DINING Food and Wine Show

Connie Adams and Tom Mehren

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The Seattle DINING Food and Wine Show
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The Seattle DINING Food and Wine Show

Connie Adams and Tom Mehren

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Monthly program about restaurants and food events, news and people in Seattle and the Pacific Northwest

Latest Episodes

#1909 - September 2019, The business of Corn

Josh Wolfe of Thurston Wolfe winery is our special guest on this month’s episode. Get an inside look at a winery that works numerous channels to mine its success. Connie loves sweet summer corn, but Tom has some observations about why it may be the worst agricultural crop in our country. Lots to do around the Sound as revealed by our calendar and changes are in the works as we peer into the newsbytes file.

77 MIN2 weeks ago
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#1909 - September 2019, The business of Corn

#1908 - August 2019, Going up, going down

On this month’s show our special guest is Debbie Franz, owner of A Bit of Taste - Queen Anne Olive Oil company. We've got updates on troubles in the restaurant world with Poppy closing and RUI heading into bankruptcy along with good things happening as well.

62 MINAUG 1
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#1908 - August 2019, Going up, going down

#1907 - July 2019, Take Me There

This month’s guest is Kathy Kingen, owner of Salty’s Seafood Grills. But did you know she’s also a certified nutritionist with a degree from the University of Washington? And we’re talking about nutrition in the interview segment. We’ve been out and about getting our fill of he latest and the classics as well. Find out Tom and Connie’s guilty pleasures. In the Newsbytes segment we cover the latest opening and closures. The Calendar is filled with fun things to do this month and as always, we have some tips and tricks for you.

74 MINJUL 1
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#1907 - July 2019, Take Me There

#1906 - June 2019, Summer Grilling Tips and More

Connie’s got the latest stats about diners in the west and then breaks down what’s really going on behind each number. Our recent dining excursions have led us to Pike Place Market, the Eastside and as far south as Tacoma. Uptown Espresso has a new owner, Walla Walla’s TMACS is on the move and Eden Hill gets a sister as we cover the latest newsbytes. Enjoy a wine walk, chow down at a wine dinner and grab a sip on the water and catch the sunset -- the calendar is packed with great ideas. It’s summer and we’re talking grilling tips so your food tastes great and is safe.

81 MINJUN 1
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#1906 - June 2019, Summer Grilling Tips and More

#1905 - May 2019, Bring your own sack dinner

T Dy and Tony Scott join us from Redmond’s Woodblock/Spark. We look back at our recent Restaurant Week experience and several other places we recently dined at including Rosario Resort, Inn at Ship Bay and Munchen. Walla Walla’s Crenshaw family has sold off their restaurants and are moving on, Captain Whidbey gets a full re-do, so long Crow and more in our Newsbytes segment. The Calendar segment will tip you off to where to bob for bacon, experience a rose’ revival, explore the origins of rum and so much more.

81 MINMAY 1
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#1905 - May 2019, Bring your own sack dinner

#1904 - April 2019, Artichokes, halibut and the boys of summer have arrived

Mina Williams of Blanc and Rouge joins us the celebrate the coming of the reds and share pairing tips for Spring and Easter meals. News Bytes includes info on a restaurant sale, chef changes and new places to dine. The calendar is packed with fun ways to celebrate warmer weather and as always, we’ve got a few tips and tricks to share.

70 MINAPR 1
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#1904 - April 2019, Artichokes, halibut and the boys of summer have arrived

#1903 - March 2019, Mango oil on your chopper

Our guest today is John Langley, food and beverage director of the new Sound Hotel. Our “high maintenance” foodies have been dining around town and will share with you the good, the bad and the ugly. DeLille has a new director of wine making, PCC ditches their self-check-out kiosks, Elliot’s wants to feed you in 45 minutes, Chukar Cherries racks up a big one and El Gaucho is growing again. Todays music is performed by Rick Ruskin.

72 MINMAR 1
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#1903 - March 2019, Mango oil on your chopper

#1902 - February 2019, Kathy and Joel

Our guests today are Kathy Casey from Kathy Casey Studios and the Liquid Kitchen; and Joel Gamoran of Sur La Table. We’re also discussing new restaurant openings from sake bars to tap rooms to Eastern European cuisine and Tex Mex. The calendar is loaded all month including a number of Valentine’s Day options. Get the latest changes during the Newsbytes segment and enjoy this month’s Tips and Tricks. All the music today is by Susan Ruth.

92 MINJAN 27
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#1902 - February 2019, Kathy and Joel

#1901 - January 2019, Bring it on

Connie takes a sick day and our other partner in broadcast crime, Derek Roberts fills in. Tom and Derek discuss a few of their favorite restaurants from 2018, cover news bytes and the calendar and then get into a series of cooking tips you can use at home.

67 MINJAN 1
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#1901 - January 2019, Bring it on

#1812 - December 2018, Locally Sourced

Happy holidays! We’ve got a treat for you with not one, but two full interviews today. Mina Williams of Blanc and Rouge wine store arrives with a few friends and then indie food writer, Ronald Holden arrives with fresh copies of his new book. Fresh back from a house-of-cards tour of some of Southern California’s finest restaurants, you’ll find out why dining in Seattle is better. Find out the hocus-pocus behind restaurants that claim to locally source their so-called ‘healthy’ ingredients? As always, our Newsbytes and Calendar segments are jam packed. Draw a warm beverage, sit back and enjoy.

108 MIN2018 NOV 30
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#1812 - December 2018, Locally Sourced

Latest Episodes

#1909 - September 2019, The business of Corn

Josh Wolfe of Thurston Wolfe winery is our special guest on this month’s episode. Get an inside look at a winery that works numerous channels to mine its success. Connie loves sweet summer corn, but Tom has some observations about why it may be the worst agricultural crop in our country. Lots to do around the Sound as revealed by our calendar and changes are in the works as we peer into the newsbytes file.

77 MIN2 weeks ago
Comments
#1909 - September 2019, The business of Corn

#1908 - August 2019, Going up, going down

On this month’s show our special guest is Debbie Franz, owner of A Bit of Taste - Queen Anne Olive Oil company. We've got updates on troubles in the restaurant world with Poppy closing and RUI heading into bankruptcy along with good things happening as well.

62 MINAUG 1
Comments
#1908 - August 2019, Going up, going down

#1907 - July 2019, Take Me There

This month’s guest is Kathy Kingen, owner of Salty’s Seafood Grills. But did you know she’s also a certified nutritionist with a degree from the University of Washington? And we’re talking about nutrition in the interview segment. We’ve been out and about getting our fill of he latest and the classics as well. Find out Tom and Connie’s guilty pleasures. In the Newsbytes segment we cover the latest opening and closures. The Calendar is filled with fun things to do this month and as always, we have some tips and tricks for you.

74 MINJUL 1
Comments
#1907 - July 2019, Take Me There

#1906 - June 2019, Summer Grilling Tips and More

Connie’s got the latest stats about diners in the west and then breaks down what’s really going on behind each number. Our recent dining excursions have led us to Pike Place Market, the Eastside and as far south as Tacoma. Uptown Espresso has a new owner, Walla Walla’s TMACS is on the move and Eden Hill gets a sister as we cover the latest newsbytes. Enjoy a wine walk, chow down at a wine dinner and grab a sip on the water and catch the sunset -- the calendar is packed with great ideas. It’s summer and we’re talking grilling tips so your food tastes great and is safe.

81 MINJUN 1
Comments
#1906 - June 2019, Summer Grilling Tips and More

#1905 - May 2019, Bring your own sack dinner

T Dy and Tony Scott join us from Redmond’s Woodblock/Spark. We look back at our recent Restaurant Week experience and several other places we recently dined at including Rosario Resort, Inn at Ship Bay and Munchen. Walla Walla’s Crenshaw family has sold off their restaurants and are moving on, Captain Whidbey gets a full re-do, so long Crow and more in our Newsbytes segment. The Calendar segment will tip you off to where to bob for bacon, experience a rose’ revival, explore the origins of rum and so much more.

81 MINMAY 1
Comments
#1905 - May 2019, Bring your own sack dinner

#1904 - April 2019, Artichokes, halibut and the boys of summer have arrived

Mina Williams of Blanc and Rouge joins us the celebrate the coming of the reds and share pairing tips for Spring and Easter meals. News Bytes includes info on a restaurant sale, chef changes and new places to dine. The calendar is packed with fun ways to celebrate warmer weather and as always, we’ve got a few tips and tricks to share.

70 MINAPR 1
Comments
#1904 - April 2019, Artichokes, halibut and the boys of summer have arrived

#1903 - March 2019, Mango oil on your chopper

Our guest today is John Langley, food and beverage director of the new Sound Hotel. Our “high maintenance” foodies have been dining around town and will share with you the good, the bad and the ugly. DeLille has a new director of wine making, PCC ditches their self-check-out kiosks, Elliot’s wants to feed you in 45 minutes, Chukar Cherries racks up a big one and El Gaucho is growing again. Todays music is performed by Rick Ruskin.

72 MINMAR 1
Comments
#1903 - March 2019, Mango oil on your chopper

#1902 - February 2019, Kathy and Joel

Our guests today are Kathy Casey from Kathy Casey Studios and the Liquid Kitchen; and Joel Gamoran of Sur La Table. We’re also discussing new restaurant openings from sake bars to tap rooms to Eastern European cuisine and Tex Mex. The calendar is loaded all month including a number of Valentine’s Day options. Get the latest changes during the Newsbytes segment and enjoy this month’s Tips and Tricks. All the music today is by Susan Ruth.

92 MINJAN 27
Comments
#1902 - February 2019, Kathy and Joel

#1901 - January 2019, Bring it on

Connie takes a sick day and our other partner in broadcast crime, Derek Roberts fills in. Tom and Derek discuss a few of their favorite restaurants from 2018, cover news bytes and the calendar and then get into a series of cooking tips you can use at home.

67 MINJAN 1
Comments
#1901 - January 2019, Bring it on

#1812 - December 2018, Locally Sourced

Happy holidays! We’ve got a treat for you with not one, but two full interviews today. Mina Williams of Blanc and Rouge wine store arrives with a few friends and then indie food writer, Ronald Holden arrives with fresh copies of his new book. Fresh back from a house-of-cards tour of some of Southern California’s finest restaurants, you’ll find out why dining in Seattle is better. Find out the hocus-pocus behind restaurants that claim to locally source their so-called ‘healthy’ ingredients? As always, our Newsbytes and Calendar segments are jam packed. Draw a warm beverage, sit back and enjoy.

108 MIN2018 NOV 30
Comments
#1812 - December 2018, Locally Sourced