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Hosted by uber-foodies Robbie Bell and Nancy Ancrum, “Join Us at the Table: A Culinary Lifestyle Show” seeks to educate and entertain our listening audience on the impact of culture on our eating and dining habits. We take a look at how ethnic, national, regional and personal traditions around the world influence what we eat – where foods come from, how we prepare it. Join Us at the Table capitalizes on Americans’ burgeoning interest in dining well, cooking healthfully, pairing wine with food and how food professionals work. In pursuit of our mission, Join Us at the Table conducts lively, informative interviews with restaurateurs, chefs, caterers, specialty markets owners, food growers and others involved in the food and food-service industry. In addition, the show features authors, critics wine experts, recipes, food-related current events and trivia. Our goal is to have our listeners eat better, cook better, live better, learn about food and have fun while you do it!

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It might be too late for spring cleaning, but it’s never too late to get organized. Marsha Sims, of Sort-It-Out, will help bring some pleasure back to cooking by getting things in order in the kitchen – without a lot of time or heavy lifting; Meg,... more

Verlaine Daeron just wanted to return from France to her bakery in Colebrooke, N.H. Immigration authorities wrapped her up in red tape and she couldn't get back. She and Benoit LaMontagne explain how a small town came to... more

One more time -- hear the rebroadcast of this popular episode: Meet Julie Owens, creator of the intriguingly named treat, the ka'nookie; and speaking of intriguing, the subtitle of Andy Raskin’s new book, The Ramen King and I, is: “How the... more

It's mango season, and in South Florida, they are falling off trees in torrents. In India, however, mangos are ingrained in the culture, something special and revered. Dr. Richard Campbell, of Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden explains;... more

Dinkinish O'Connor, Wino Confidential's wine wizard says that beer isn't the only beverage that can complement your Memorial Day cookout; Corinne Trang, nicknamed the Julia Child of Asia, really used her noodle -- make that noodles --... more

Meet Julie Owens, creator of the intriguingly named treat, the ka'nookie; and speaking of intriguing, the subtitle of Andy Raskin’s new book, The Ramen King and I, is: “How the Inventor of Instant Noodles Fixed My Love Life’’ – and he’s... more

Chadwick Boyd, of Lovely & Delicious Communications, brings us a report not only from the glittery James Beard Awards in New York, but also from Foster’s Market, chef Sara Foster’s temple to all foods fresh and seasonal, in Chapel... more

Pumpkin, avocado, beets and chia seeds pack a nutritional punch. Dietitian Mary Russell, of the University of Chicago Medical Center, tells us more about “superfoods;’’ sommelier Larry Baker says try something other than chardonnay... more

Susan Bourette worked in a slaughterhouse, hunted whale, tracked down moose, worked on a cattle ranch and in a steak house. As you can probably guess, her new book is not about growing garden greens. She’ll tell us all about Meat: A... more

It's another "hearty'' show -- this time, chef Sandee Birdsong, of Top Chef, continues the conversation about heart healthy cuisine; then dietitian Claudia Correa follows up with how to incorporate heart-smart foods into your everyday... more
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