Host Jet Tila and Producer Andy Harris preview the show.
Patchwork Edible is an annual creative food summit bringing visionary chefs, authors, bloggers, handmade craft vendors and food artisans together with attendees for a comprehensive weekend of eating, learning, tasting and shopping.
Host Jet Tila talks about some of his recent (and upcoming) dining adventures of note.
Listeners’ have often asked what it is like to be married to a chef. Is it as glamorous as depicted on Food Television?
Inspired by noted Las Vegas food journalist Al Mancini’s piece on the subject (“Late for dinner: Being the spouse of a chef is often lonely.”) Chef Jet and his wife, Allison, discuss the reality of being married to a chef.
As Food Network’s Guy Fieri says, “This is the real deal.”
Patchwork Show: Edible Edition producers Delilah Snell and Nicole Stevenson join us to preview the first-ever Patchwork Show: Edible Edition at SoCo in Costa Mesa the Weekend of Oct. 5th and 6th.
This free, Weekend festival will showcase the flourishing artisan food movement in SoCal through an interactive experience filled with baking programs, food trucks, restaurant pop-ups, book signings, beer and wine gardens, samples and more!
The whole family – not just foodies – will enjoy the hands-on activities from DIY workshops to educational panels hosted by award-winning chefs to handmade products for sale from more than 90 food artisans and modern handmade businesses.
Born and brewed in SoCal in 1963, The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf is the oldest and largest privately-held specialty coffee and tea retailer in the United States.
On Sunday, Sept. 29th coffee drinkers are invited to Angel Stadium of Anaheim to celebrate National Coffee Day at Trade Up Your Cup, the 2nd annual event hosted by CBTL, the Single Serve Beverage System by The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf.
Guests can exchange any electric coffeemaker with a cord, for a brand new CBTL Americano Machine. The event runs from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
In celebration of National Coffee Day, bottomless coffee will be served for guests in line from 6:00 a.m. until 8:00 a.m.
It’s tasting, sipping, and, of course, indulging.
Kedric provides an on-the-scene report.
Two of the most popular areas of Maui for visitors are Lahaina and Kapalua.
One of our valued AM 830 KLAA correspondents just returned from his honeymoon in Maui.
We’ll chat with him about his best meals in Maui in a variety of price-ranges.
Anita Lau, “Diary of The Mad Hungry Woman” of blogosphere fame, joins us.
This morning Anita shares with us a tasty San Diego restaurant find that offers a menu of mixed nationalities.