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Hosea discusses cooking and enjoying fermented products. Hosea was the winner of season 5 Bravo's Top Chef. Prior to appearing on Top Chef, Rosenberg was the head chef at Jax Fish House in Boulder, Colorado, and won a number of local awards.
Hosea is from New Mexico and is a fan of New Mexican chile peppers - as well as a fan of bacon.
A native of Finland, Stefan Richter called Germany home for most of his childhood. He completed a three-year culinary apprenticeship in Germany, then moved to Switzerland to study at the rigorous Hotel and Culinary School. In 1993, he hearned his Certified Master Chef diploma from Fachhochschule Wurzburg-Schweinfurt in Germany. Stefan has cooked in some of the best restaurants in the country, including Celestina Drago's Kitchen, the Villagio Inn & Spa, Napa, the Bacara Resort & Spa in Santa Barbara, and the Bellagio in Las Vegas. "America has given me many opportunities. If I didn't leave, I would probably be chopping wood for someone else or something. But I came to America and have been cooking for 25 years. I love cooking, but I don't know how far I would have gone if I stayed in Germany or Finland....I love America' I've been here for 12 years and I would go back for money." After his stint on "Top Chef," Stefan opened his first restaurant, "Stefan's at L.A. Farm," in Los Angeles in 2010, and opened "Stefan's Steakhouse" in Tampere, (Finland) in 2011. A burger place is also in the works. Recently he competed on "Top Chef Seattle." http://www.stefansrestaurants.com/
Hosea Rosenberg realized he wanted to be a professional chef while studying to be an astronomer. He gradueated with a BS in Engineering Physics from University of Colorado, then commenced turning his side job into a dedicated career. Hosea’s passion to cook professionally drove him to work his way up through the restaurant ranks, working under the guidance of established chefs, Wolfgang Puck, Kevin Taylor, Sean Yontz and Dave Query. His hard work went on to land him his first chef position at Boulder’s Dandelion Restaurant in 2001. Following his time at Dandelion, Hosea joined the Big Red F Restaurant Group where he worked as Sous Chef at Zolo Southwestern Grill. He then moved on to Jax Fish House to serve as Executive Chef from 2004 to 2010. Recently, Hosea launched "Blackbelly Catering," a full service catering and events business that provides onsite operations from its mobile kitchen and catering trailer. The company draws from fresh, seasonal local ingredients, including naturally raised animals and fresh produce from Hosea’s "Blackbelly Farm," delivering innovative and custom designed cuisine that accommodates a variety of clientele ranging from corporate events to private residential dinners. Besides being a distinguished chef, Hosea serves as a culinary consultant for many large companies and has traveled the world showcasing his culinary skills. He also plans to open a Denver/Boulder-based restaurant within the coming year. Some of Hosea's many awards are: "Best Chef of Denver International Wine Festival;" seven-time, undefeated winner of the Flatiron Chef Competition; Guest Chef at the James Beard House; and winner of season five of Bravo's "Top Chef," where he edged out former Art of Living guest Carla Hall and Stefan Richter in the end.
Romance..eh! Here is a show you can't miss.
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" Don't Try it on Valentine's Day" practice or go with something you already know how to do.
Call in to for the Give Away 30's / $50 Gift Cards at the 1/2 hour mark of each episode, 100th Caller Wins
What Flavor of Girl Scout Cookies go best with .... Fill in the blank jackass
We are talking Valentine's Day sharing kitchen secrets, with Top Chef just Pastry Chris Hanmer. Don't over complicate your life with complicated romantic desserts. Get all the tips to sweep your sweetie off his/her feet.
Hugh Acheson is the author of the James Beard Foundation Award Winning Cookbook "A New Turn in the South: Southern Flavors Reinvented for Your Kitchen," and chef/partner of the Athens, Georgia, restaurants "Five and Ten" and "The National," and the Atlanta restaurant "Empire State South." He is a James Beard award winner for "Best Chef Southeast" and was named a Best Chef by Food & Wine Magazine. Hugh competed in Bravo’s "Top Chef Masters," Season 3 and currently stars as a judge on "Top Chef Seattle." This will be Hugh's second visit to Art of Living. His website can be found here: http://hughacheson.com/ MINDY KOBRIN, a lifestyle and home entertaining expert, fuses food, travel and all five senses to create mood-boosting recipes, toe-tapping playlists and nutritious tips that Feed Your Soul. With international flare, downtown panache and a welcoming girl next-door smile, Mindy helps you cook and entertain with delicious and in-season ingredients that satisfy the heart. Her motto is: Eat well. Feel well. Entertain well. Website: http://mealsonheelsbymindy.com/
NWP welcomes Lorraine Pascale. Lorraine grew up in Oxfordshire with her adoptive mother and aged 11 she achieved a 100 per cent scholarship to go to a boarding school in Devon. Aged 16, she was spotted by a model scout while shopping in Covent Garden. She was whisked off to New York and held her own amongst the biggest names of the day for some of the world’s most successful designers including Chanel, Lagerfeld, John Galliano, Versace, Benetton and Donna Karan. She was also the first British black model on the cover of American Elle.
Although Lorraine had a fabulous time modelling, she gave it up as she wanted to find something she was really passionate about and something that would take her through her 30s and beyond. So in between modelling jobs, she enrolled on loads of courses to find out what would really make her tick including hypnotherapy and interior design. It was not until she enrolled on a year-long cookery course at Leith’s that Lorraine finally knew what she wanted to do.
On completing the Leith’s Diploma of Food and Wine, Lorraine did a two year foundation degree in International Culinary Arts in Pastry and then worked in some of the most renowned kitchens of the world, including Petrus, The Mandarin Oriental, Gilgamesh and The Wolseley.
Lorraine’s cookery career is going strong. A long held dream was realised with her first television cookery series ‘Baking Made Easy’ a prime time TV show on BBC Two. http://www.lorrainepascale.com
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NWP welcomes Academy Award winner and New York Times Best Selling Author Garth Stein. I talk to Garth about his involvement in the establishment of the non-profit SEATTLE7WRITERS www.seattle7writers.org Seattle7writers is a collective of Pacific Northwest authors creating connections between writers, readers, librarians and booksellers to foster and support a passion for the written word. This group encourages and promotes Northwest literature with the rallying cry of "Read Local" and encourages you to support your local writer, and to support your local independent bookseller and library system.
Garth will tell us more about this group and how reading changes lives everyday.
In the second half of the hour, I welcome Top NYC Chef and author, Michael Romano. Michael's new cookbook "Family Table, Favorite Staff Meals From Our Restaurants To Your Home" is available now.
Michael is the culinary director and partner for the Union Square Hospitality Group and a winner of the James Beard Award for Best Chef in NYC!
Michael has appeared on David Letterman, Martha Steward Show, Today, Good Morning America, Regis & Kelly and more.
He is culinary director and partner for the Union Square Hospitality Group and he received the James Beard Award for Best Chef in New York City. Under his direction the Union Square Cafe was named Outstanding Restaurant of the Year by the James Beard Foundation. Michael has been inducted into the "Who's Who of Food and Beverage in America".
I have questions for him about scallops!
UTLRadio.com: Understanding Business Host Peter J. Lamont, Esq. talks with celebrity chef Fabio Viviani about business success, hard work, personal success, social media, personality, perseverance & more.
Fabio Viviani is perhaps best known for his appearance on season 5 of Bravo’s hit reality series Top Chef in 2008, earning the “Fan Favorite” title. Viviani returned to Bravo in 2010 to compete in their Top Chef All Stars edition and a spinoff culinary reality show, Life After Top Chef. His on screen appearances have propelled him to become one of the fastest growing household names in the country. A gregarious host and entertaining guest, Viviani has appeared in a number of television cooking segments and is a recurring guest on television shows such as Good Morning America, The Talk, The Chew, Ellen, Good Day LA, Access Hollywood, and he hosts a regular spot on QVC channel with various kitchen appliances and products. Recently, Viviani has also been a reoccurring guest host on the new Hallmark Channel series Home and Family. He was also the host of the Telly and Webby award-winning web series Chow Ciao! on Yahoo! one of the top 10 lifestyle and food shows on the internet.
Want to win an autographed copy of Fabio's American Home Kitchen? Just send us your question for Fabio and you will automatically be entered in to the drawing. The winner will be announced live on the air. Submit your questions via our social media pages, UTLRadio.com or via e-mail at giveaways@UTLRadio.com.
Chef Jua' who is a Northern California Native. Chef Jua' grew up in Richmond, CA. Chef Jua' grasp cooking at a young age. Growing up in the bay area her grandparents introduced her to the Central Valley, Patterson Pass, and Stockton where she inheritated the skills of canning, pickling, pea picking, making headcheese and jelly cakes. Later on she aquired the skills of tamales, sausage making, and Cajun Gumbo from her mother the (late) Charlene. Continuing to pursue her passion, in 2003 she attended the San Francisco Culinary Academy where she obtained an Associates Degree in Culinary Arts. She also assisted and learned various skills from Chef John Coss and baking from Chef Cheryl Stoler at the (WATER BARGE ) restaurant in Vallejo, Ca. Exploring diffrent foods and learning multiskills that seem to never stop expanding, Chef Jua' and her husband Don, then started ND Nik of Thyme Catering which allows Chef Jua' to continue to be the social butterly she is. Chef Jua' wishes to open her own restaraunt soon and enjoy the smiles on each customer's face.Chef Qua aka Juaninne Williams Facebook https://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/ND-Nik-of-Thyme-Catering/123203834412635?sid=0.6533381862334937Email email@example.com ND Nik of Thyme Catering website http://ndnikofthyme.weebly.com/
Recording artist Chef Dellaqwah will be coming thru MnTc Radio to drop off two new hit singles and give hist testimony to the struggles he faced before being able to be a recording artist. Call 718-508-9559 to listen in live.
Join in as we look back at our most listened to shows of 2014. Prop 8, Robbie Rogers, Michael Sam, Top Moms.Was Eleanor Roosevel lesbian? Your Brain: Can You Change the Gay Away? The Beatles. Join Ray and Dave and Fred for a year-end wrap-up. Great listening!
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