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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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Think Georgia, and you think peaches and peanuts. Craig Kritzer wants you to think wine. He’s creating award-winning vintages at his Frogtown winery; speaking of awards, Jame Beard awad-winning chef Michelle Bernstein has new... more

Keaton Hopkins says that Italian food in this country is too Americanized. With his pasta sauces, under the label Cucina 39, he says that he’s taking the flavors back to the motherland; Six years ago, Tim Andriola, chef and co-owner of Timo,... more

Tasia Malakasis took one bite of goat cheese from the Belle Chevre Creamery, and life as she knew it was forever changed. Long story short, she bought the Alabama-based company and now produces award-winning cheeses; Executive... more

Michigan’s got the blues – and is thrilled about it. It’s the blueberry capital of the world, and this weekend, thousands of folks will celebrate the bounty at the National Blueberry Festival. Organizer Laurie Mills gives us a peek; Chef Sean... more

They don’t call him Big Daddy for nothing: Aaron McCargo Jr. beat out almost 4,000 competitors to be Season 4’s Next Food Network Star. McCargo, the host of Big Daddy’s House, is going to tell us what put him over the top; get... more

Laura Lafata is La Diva Cucina, and she can show you a good time in the kitchen. Her cooking demos are full of sass and class, and in the end her students have sampled her fabulous cocktails and quick and delicious small bites; Wine lover... more

Forty years ago, microwave ovens were as big and expensive as a high-end clothes dryer. Now they’re streamlined, cheap and as disposable as a razor. Marshall Brain, founder of howstuffworks.com, tracks the evolution; Wine diva... more

Popular and back! Remember, restaurant patrons: You, and not your waiter, might be the idiot. In fact, Steve Dublanica, author and blogger of "Waiter Rant," is sure of it; wine crusader Dinkinish O'Connor urges us to try something new for fall... more

A favorite from our archives: These cowgirls don't get the blues, they make cheese -- richly flavored, unique, artisanal. Sue Conley, co-founder of Cowgirl Creamery in Point Reyes Station, Ca., talks about being a good steward of the... more

Katie Lee Joel’s marriage may be over, but food memories last a long, long time. In this repeat, in which she receives a delivery of Valentine’s Day flowers just before her appearance on Join Us at the Table, we sit down with Katie Lee at... more
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