This is a special between-seasons bonus episode with the folks behind two of the Central Coast's most flavorful restaurants, Ember in Arroyo Grande and The Spoon Trade in Grover Beach. My conversation with Brian and Harmony Collins and Jacob and Brooke Town took place November 29, 2022 in front of an audience at There Does Not Exist brewing in San Luis Obispo as part of the Consumed Live event series. Apologies for the poor audio quality: the fault is entirely my own! For more info on the Consumed Live event series, visit letsgetconsumed.com/events.
Rori Trovato is the Founder of Rori's Artisanal Creamery, a beloved ice cream shop and brand with 5 stores and counting on the Central Coast. Rori started out with a degree in math and a love for food. After going to culinary school, developing recipes for Martha Stewart, publishing a book and becoming a mother, Rori sought out to start her own business. From hands-on ice cream flavor production to optimizing business strategies, Rori has achieved a feat many business owners dream of: a solid fan base and a stable business model powered by passion and customer service. Listen to hear how Rori did it. Please enjoy this talk with Rori Trovato. Follow Charting Her Course on Instagram. Subscribe to the Pacific Coast Business Times. And find out more about Rori's Artisanal Creamery!
In this episode, we close this month out with a story of hope & one filled with disappointment. Drew opens with a story about a Barber on the Central Coast. This local barber has been arrested & charged with two felonies dating back TEN+ years! We end this episode with a tragic case out of Georgia. The adoptive parents of two boys committed true evil against their children. Thank you all for your continued support! Please check who lives in your community:https://www.familywatchdog.us/Website:https://thebetrayed.live/Apple Podcasthttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-betrayed/id1478714692Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/5h6OSYNMUY6BNdNFMWEBHsInstagramhttps://instagram.com/thebetrayed?igshid=1an0vdudynkalppqwqoFacebookhttps://www.facebook.com/TheBetrayedPodcast/Gina's Instagram@_ginabeckhttps://www.instagram.com/_ginabeck/Drew's Instagram@Dabber_Owlhttps://www.instagram.com/dabber_owl/Articles MentionedCentral Coast Barber Charged:https://ground.news/article/72255ed5-5688-419e-8268-dc45982116e1https://atascaderonews.com/news/record/crime/atascadero-man-charged-with-felony-sex-crimes/?utm_source=ground.news&utm_medium=referralMonster Couple:https://ground.news/article/3bc146a4-0ac2-4782-9bff-7b60d30ca038https://nypost.com/2023/01/20/couple-pimped-their-adopted-sons-out-to-pedophile-ring-report/https://ground.news/article/141d6877-a142-4e35-9db8-94501592c795https://nypost.com/2022/08/07/georgia-couple-william-zulock-zachary-zulock-charged-with-using-their-adopted-children-to-make-child-porn/https://rivercitypost.org/gay-couple-charged-with-raping-sons-and-pimping-them-out-to-other-pedos/?utm_source=ground.news&utm_medium=referralThe Betrayed Logos by Muraknockouthttp://muraknockout.com/
On an evening in August 1950, the small town of Toukley was awoken late at night to search for a pair of missing girls. Grace and Kathleen Holmes went for a walk that afternoon, and still had not returned.What happened to the girls, and is the man charged actually responsible? Join Matthew and Holly as they look into this small Central Coast history, and the ghost story connected to it...
This week's episode of Scrambling with Dylan Otto features University of Oregon golfer Owen Avrit. From a young boy at The First Tee to playing as the #1 golfer for the University of Oregon... Owen Avrit has come a long ways. Growing up in the Central Coast area of California, Owen picked up the game at a very young age with the help of his parents and brother. Playing in any junior tournament they could play in which ranged from Ventura Junior Golf Events, Future Champions, and JTNCs. With the help of his brother and resume he developed from high school golf/junior golf, Avrit was able to secure a scholarship to go play at Long Beach State University. After a year of outstanding play and COVID canceling the season, he wanted a personal change of scenery. It only took him 3 days to land his dream school and that was the University of Oregon! Since then he's been one of the main contributors to the team and looks forward to giving it his all for his fellow Ducks. Beyond college golf, Owen is determined to become the best player in the world on the PGA Tour and is preparing himself now for that moment. Enjoy the show!
Today: President Biden is set to visit California's Central Coast; Post-storm local state of emergency continues; California's plan EV plans could stress state's electric grid; Funding secured for "Inside Safe L.A."; Microsoft to cut 10,000 workers; Memorial for victims of Chinese massacre, and more. Support for this podcast is made possible by Gordon and Dona Crawford, who believe that quality journalism makes Los Angeles a better place to live. Support the show: https://laist.com
Theresa Ream understands the power of our story. Her background was a humble one, filled with brokenness and pain, but she found the gem inside her story.Today she is the Founder and Owner of several multi-million-dollar businesses known as the Ream Companies with over 41 years of business success.Theresa is known as the largest Minority Woman owned restoration company on the Central Coast and beyond. She is highly skilled at running multiple multi-generational family-owned businesses.Theresa received Best Woman Owned Business in the Monterey Peninsula Best Minority Owned Business Woman of the Year with the Professional Women's Network of Monterey. In today's episode you will learn:How your story is the platform on which you orchestrate your lifeKnowing your story allows us to take hold of and helps us follow your dreamsHow to build your Soul House with the stones of life that are thrown at youUnderstanding why YES is a beautiful word Theresa Ream is passionate about helping Women CEO's through her organization called Feminine Wiles Business Consultants. CONNECT WITH THERESA:https://www.facebook.com/theresa.ream.98https://www.linkedin.com/in/theresareamemail: Theresa@reamteam77.com CONNECT WITH DEBI: If you feel you are in a transition and need help navigating, reach out with my free clarity call. Would love to hear your story. Free Clarity Call: https://calendly.com/debironca/free-clarity-call Website – www.debironca.comE-mail – firstname.lastname@example.org 8-week online course https://course.sequoiatransitioncoaching.com/8-week-programYour Story's Changing, finding purpose in life's transitions
Hello! Welcome to the 5th episode of Season 2 of Small Business Sips the podcast. In today's episode, I had the joy of talking to Staley of Staley the Pearl, a Central Coast painter who loves to be around the pool. Staley tells me her story of how she went from being a social worker to becoming exclusively an artist, she tells me about what brought her to California from her home in Tennessee, she even tells me about how she never wanted to be an artist (crazy right?). A key aspect of Staley's art is that she reuses and recycles whenever she can and I think that's a lesson we can all learn. Grab your favorite beverage and take a listen! Cheers! Thank you to our sponsors for this episode: PolyPay @polypayprocessing American Barn and Wood @americanbarnandwood Intro and outro music from Uppbeat: https://uppbeat.io/t/sensho/coffee-break License code: WAOKGBXG6IAAX64I
Jamie "The Hooligan" Mullarkey is a professional MMA fighter who is contracted to the UFC. In this week's episode, Jamie discusses being added to the UFC284 roster in Perth, he gives us an update on his fight camp preparation, life growing up in the Central Coast of New South Wales, why he was originally drawn to MMA, coaches that have been influential on him, the importance of spending time with mates, managing nerves, facing fear, and much much more. I find Jamie to be somewhat of a paradox; an absolute savage in the Octagon, yet a kind, laid-back, easy going human otherwise. It's been epic watching him train over the last few weeks. The commitment and dedication is unparalleled. Professional fighter, past guest and friend, Mr Jarrett Wilbraham is our special guest co-host this week.Enjoy,ShanJamie supports and advocates for suicide prevention initiative Talk2mebro.Use code: THTFor discounts...and support the show at the same time!KRUSH ORGANICS - CBD oils and topicalsCode: THT(Get a HUGE 40% Discount...shipping is WORLDWIDE and fast).Purveyors of the finest CBD oils and topicals. I think long and hard about who I want to be affiliated with. Do the research yourself, the health benefits of CBD are unquestionable. It's done so much for me, especially during times of stress and anxiety, it's improved the quality of my sleep and sped up my recovery-time post workouts, surfs and skates... and it's all natural.INDOSOLE Code: THT(15% discount shipping is WORLDWIDE and fast).Sandals made from recycled Tyres. Timeless footwear for the conscious consumer.KingPin Skate ShopCode: THT(Get 15% Discount)Best Skateshop in Australia!Best shoe range ever: Vans, Nike, Adidas, Lakai, Fallen, Etnies (and more).Rad clothes (To many to mention)Best skateboard brands: Baker, Girl, Chocolate, FA, Hockey, Antihero, Passport (and way more).Australian owned and operated. Best dudes ever! Get on dat code.BUZZSPROUT Podcast hostingClick HERE to get an Amazon Gift card valued at $20 USD when you sign-up to Buzzsprout...and you'll be supporting THT in the process! If you are thinking of starting your own podcast, Buzzsprout is HANDS DOWN the best host. They will get your show on all the major podcast platforms (i.e. Apple, Spotify, Google podcasts etc), they provide plenty of advice and support FOR FREE and in 3 years of using them I have NEVER had a tech issue. So use the THT affiliate link and start podcasting now.Write a review on Apple Podcasts and give a 5 star rating.Thanks for listening!Big love and respect,Shanhttps://krushorganics.com/Use code: THT (40% off)The best CBD oil.Background sounds by Unomindz Hip HopSupport the showFollow on Instagram: @terriblehappytalksCheckout the website: terriblehappytalks.com
Jimi and Joei take you back to the Central Coast of California to Rancho Nipomo Dana Adobe! Weirdly, a lot of talk of childbirth in this episode....Episodes Mentioned Adelaida Cemetery Mission San Luis Obispo Rios-Caledonia Adobe Mission San Miguel The Ghost of Gladestone Villa DON'T BE A FOOL, SEND US YOUR GHOUL! Do you have a paranormal story to tell? DM or Email us your story at email@example.com. If we read your story on the podcast, you will be dubbed our Ghoul of the Week! Sources:https://www.danaadobe.org/https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dana_Adobehttp://ohp.parks.ca.gov/?page_id=21484https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rancho_Nipomohttps://www.danaadobe.org/the-story-of-the-dana-adobe-narrated-by-virginia-madsen/ Social Medias: Facebook: Please Don't Follow Me HomeTwitter: @PDFMH Instagram: pdfmh_podcastHave a suggestion, location idea or a question? Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
SLO city's two-year budget planning process is underway, and a community forum is scheduled for January 26, 2023. A certified hydrogeologist discusses the water crisis on the Central Coast, and what effect our current storms could have on the ongoing drought. We'll hear from Libbie Agran, the Founder of the Wine History Project of San Luis Obispo County.
Relentless rain has been pounding California as this latest storm sweeps through the state, causing lots of flooding, mudslides, evacuations, road closures and even deaths. The Central Coast and on down to Ventura County have been hit hardest by this storm and the storms last week. We go In Depth into this wicked weather. We look into whether the discovery of potentially classified documents connected to President Biden will impact the investigation into the Mar-a-Lago documents. Prince Harry is spilling secrets of the Royal Family in his new memoir. We go In Depth into the worldwide reaction and if this will permanently break any leftover relationship Harry has with members of the Royal Family. If you need legal representation, consider a robot to be your lawyer. It's happening. We explain. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Jennifer Jones Lee and Wayne Resnick accompany Bill Handel for the Early Edition of Handel on the News. The three of them discuss pertinent news topics, some of which include: Rain continues to slam Southern California with the snowpack soaring to nearly 200% of normal, a 5-year-old boy was swept away by floodwaters in SoCal's Central Coast, and the UN says the ozone layer is slowly healing, with the hole anticipated to mend by 2066.
In this episode, we talk to Ken Kelly at Coastal Vacation Rentals about short term rentals on the Central Coast. We chat about permitting, ways to increase occupancy and cash flow and some of the nuances across different municipalities. Reach out to Ken through their websiteThanks for listening! Please follow us on Instagram and Facebook. Email us with any question or comments.
In this episode, we speak with the bubbly and passionate Sara Wyatt, Owner and licensed Painting Contractor of The Trusted Brush. Sara shares her story, what people should know about preparing for wallpaper and some of her small business advice! Heres's a bit about Sara:Sara Wyatt of, The Trusted Brush, is a California C-33 Painting and Decorating Contractor specializing in the art of wallpaper hanging. In 2019, she came upon the craft when she met her soon-to-be wallpaper mentor at a paint color event and it was like a light bulb went off. This is what she had been waiting for. It wasn't until 2020 that she really went after it, starting with immersive, on the job training with her mentor. By 2021 she was traveling up and down the Central Coast of California and to Mount Desert Island, Maine for installs of all sizes.Sara installs primarily in residences, where she can create a connection with the space, the clients, the designers and other contractors. She installs everything from traditional papers to custom one-of-a-kind designs. You can follow her wallpaper journey on Instagram @TheTrustedBrush with daily fun, humor, art, and creativity. Find her contact info at www.thetrustedbrush.com
OUR HOSTS: Corinne Foxx - @corinnefoxxNatalie McMillan - @nataliemcm and @shopnataliemcmillan What we're drinking: Kin Euphorics Spritz MEET OUR GUEST: Olivia Wickstrom - @oliviawickstrom and @creating805 ABOUT OUR GUEST: Olivia Wickstrom is a California-based creative entrepreneur and the founder of Creating 805, a community of small business owners on California's Central Coast. She's continuously exploring projects that explore her passion for community building and storytelling. When she's not bringing small business owners together through Creating 805 events, you'll find her practicing yoga, grabbing coffee with friends or musing on topics of sobriety and mental health. TOPIC: Sober curiosity and sober-ish lifestyles have been on the rise in the past couple of years. We're seeing everything from celebrity-backed mocktail companies to alcohol-free events and bar pop-ups. Olivia Wickstrom joins on this episode to talk about her sobriety journey and share tips for anyone who wants to cut alcohol out of their life. She also highlights tools that have helped her stay on track, including therapy, being involved in sober communities, and exploring new hobbies. In this episode, we discuss:Learning how to be a sober person in a world that revolves around alcohol The moment that Olivia realized she had a drinking problem What Olivia wishes she knew when she first started to get sober How to find communities and other like-minded sober friends Leaning into the inner-work and letting life flow The story behind Creating 805 and Olivia's vision to grow the business even further RESOURCES: Quit Like a Woman by Holly WhitakerTempest END OF THE SHOW: Corinne and Natalie introduce Hottie of the Week: Bella HadidDRINK RATING:Kin Euphorics Spritz = 4 / Bella WRAP UP:To wrap up the episode, Corinne and Natalie play Overrated/Underrated. Nat shares her hot take on mashed potatoes and Corinne reveals her thoughts on aioli and mustard. We have a newsletter for our Am I community. You can sign up for the newsletter on our website:
Bobby and Denise deLancellotti are the founders of Estero Bay Kindness Coalition, a Central Coast non-profit organization that exists to bring together nonprofits, for-profits, schools, and churches for the greater good and for those living on the margins in the Estero Bay area. In this special (and inspiring!) episode, Bobby shares from his heart about what it looks like to simply love others in a practical way with no strings attached. What would our families, communities, and planet look like if you and I simply loved others without an agenda? Find out how you can partner with Bobby and Denise deLancellotti and Estero Bay Kindness Coalition at www.esterobaykindnesscoalition.org
Late but worth the wait! We are joined by not one, but TWO great Anthony's/Tony's talking narrative events in this episode. Tony from The Narrative Wargamer podcast and YouTube channel discusses preparation and expectations from the player and organizer angles of narrative events in segments 1 and 3. Anthony from the G3 Heresy Group joins Brian as they discuss the The Desolation of Oblivion Mons Titanicus event (Brian's first attended organized event since Covid!) and future Titanicus events for the Northern California and Central Coast regions. The Narrative Wargamer Podcast The Narrative Wargamer on YouTube
This week, as we say goodbye to 2022, we share some of our favorite conversations with California authors this year. ‘All My Rage': A Story of Love, Loss and Forgiveness in the Mojave Desert Author Sabaa Tahir based her new young adult novel “All My Rage” on her experiences growing up in her family's 18-room motel in the Mojave Desert. As the child of Pakistani immigrants, and one of the few South Asians in her rural town, Tahir faced racism, Islamophobia, and taunting from other kids. She's an award-winning young adult author, and her earlier series “An Ember in the Ashes” – which had a woman of color hero – hit number one on the New York Times bestseller list. Tahir joins host Sasha Khokha to talk about her new book. Jaime Cortez's World of Humor, Queerness and Tenderness, in a Farmworker Labor Camp “Gordo” is the new book of short stories from visual artist and author Jaime Cortez. It's set in the Central Coast farmworker camps he grew up in near Watsonville and San Juan Bautista. By the time he was 10, Cortez was a veteran of the annual garlic and potato harvests. The collection, which he says is “semi-autobiographical,” is a journey of queer self-discovery and complex identities that don't fit the usual stereotypes of Steinbeck country. Jaime Cortez talks to host Sasha Khokha about “Gordo,” and shares some passages from the book. Wajahat Ali on His New Memoir and the Merits of Investing in Joy “Go back to where you came from.” It's an insult that unfortunately, many of us have heard. For writer Wajahat Ali, it's also the title of his new book. It traces his childhood in Fremont, CA, his activism as a UC Berkeley student after 9/11, and the challenges he's faced as a son, a father, and a writer. It chronicles him almost dying from a heart condition, his young daughter getting cancer, and other family tragedies. But the book is funny. Host Sasha Khokha talks to Ali about why he's decided to actively invest in joy.
The REal Advice Podcast, hosted by Katie Day. Listen in on interviews with top Real Estate Agents to discover their advice, tips, tricks, & best practices that have propelled them to the Top 1% of their marketplace. This week, our guest is Jay Bond, REALTOR® and Team Leader in San Luis Obispo, the Central Coast of California.Follow Jay Bond on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/_jay_bond_007/Follow Katie Day on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/movemetotx/Follow the REal Advice podcast on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/realadvice.podcast/
Coping techniques used by people with schizophrenia account for a 25% variance in their quality of life. Unfortunately, people who have psychotic disorders tend to use predominantly harmful or ineffective coping techniques. Hosts Rachel Star Withers and Gabe Howard are seeking to change that by sharing coping techniques for managing schizophrenia and help people understand why effective coping techniques can be life changing. Guest Michelle Mariscal joins who blogs about her journey with schizophrenia and shares some coping techniques she has found to work for her over the years. To learn more, or read the transcript, visit the official episode page. Guest Bio Michelle Mariscal holds a master's in psychology, a bachelor's in sociology, and has much life experience dealing with a serious mental health disorder. She resides on the Central Coast in California with her husband of 30 years, 4 children, and her granddaughter. Read her blog by clicking here. Inside Schizophrenia Podcast Hosts Rachel Star Withers creates videos documenting her schizophrenia, ways to manage and let others like her know they are not alone and can still live an amazing life. She has written Lil Broken Star: Understanding Schizophrenia for Kids and a tool for schizophrenics, To See in the Dark: Hallucination and Delusion Journal. Fun Fact: She has wrestled alligators. To learn more about Rachel, please visit her website, RachelStarLive.com. Gabe Howard is an award-winning writer and speaker who lives with bipolar disorder. He is the author of the popular book, "Mental Illness is an Asshole and other Observations," available from Amazon; signed copies are also available directly from the author. Gabe makes his home in the suburbs of Columbus, Ohio. He lives with his supportive wife, Kendall, and a Miniature Schnauzer dog that he never wanted, but now can't imagine life without. To learn more about Gabe, please visit his website, gabehoward.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Sam Farr devoted 44 years of his life to elected office at the local, state, and federal level. That included 24 years as the Congressman for the Central Coast of California, where he grew up in the seaside village of Carmel. Among his inspirations were his father, longtime state legislator Fred Farr; President John F. Kennedy; and the Peace Corps, which he joined as a young man. If that makes him sound like an idealist, that's accurate, but it's only half the picture. The other half is very pragmatic, with an obsessive focus on the nuts and bolts of policy and politics. As you'll hear in this interview, when both of those halves come together, democracy can work. Sam has lots of great stories about how that happens, some of them funny, some very moving, and all of them hopeful.
Today I'm chatting with Emily Berlach from Bohemian Traders about growing a fashion brand. Emily Berlach is the Director and founder of the global brand Bohemian Traders. Known for their “Classic European cuts, for the modern bohemian”. BT blend classic, fashion-forward pieces including elevated basics with bohemian detailing. Since their inception, their aim has been to provide size-inclusive fashion basics for the modern bohemian. BOHEMIAN TRADERS commenced operations in 2014 and is based on the Central Coast of NSW Australia, they are all about being an environmentally and socially responsible company. We talk about: The design process Organically growing business Growth from community The process of growing your team Trend forecasting and how it looks within the design team Building a fashion brand and more! Follow Emily and Bohemian Traders https://bohemiantraders.com/ https://www.instagram.com/bohemian.traders/ https://www.instagram.com/emilyberlach/?hl=en www.suzchadwick.com/pod249 To find out more head to: www.suzchadwick.com http://www.suzchadwick.com/bba http://www.suzchadwick.com/amplify
For this episode we're headed back West, to the Central Coast of California. There, Morgan and Maggie have been building Two Broads Ciderworks - focusing on locally grown apples and wild fermented, co-fermented, single varietal, and classically blended ciders. They have bootstrapped a small business and also continue to face challenges, like most in the queer community in America. Despite it all, they're staying true to themselves and their company vision, growing organically, and adapting to meet every obstacle.Two Broads Ciderworks - For more information on their ciders and to order some if you live on the West Coast! Tasting Room Hours: Friday: 3-8:30pm, Saturday: 1-8:30pmVinoshipper - To order their ciders if you do not live on the West Coast! Special Mentions:- San Luis Obispo Brewers - SLO Homebrew Club- At Her Table - Their mission is to bring awareness and support to women-owned and co-owned businesses in the food and beverage industry on the central coast.- Sybil Lamb - Artist- Cider Riot Attack - Update on the 2019 right-wing attack at a now-closed Portland, OR cider bar. - Ice Cider - A fermented beverage made from the juice of frozen apples. Similar to ice wine, the use of frozen apples concentrates the natural sugars in the apples, resulting in a higher alcohol content than cider made by traditional methods. Special Cidery Mentions:Tilted Shed Ciderworks - Windsor, CA Eden Specialty Ciders - Newport, VT Bristols Cider House - Atascadero, CA Botanist and Barrel Cidery & Winery - Cedar Grove, NCSpecial Event Mentions:Hard Core Cider TourCentral Coast Cider Festival Thank you to Tony Stuck for the awesome intro/outro music and to Mary Ann King for the amazing pod art that you see for every episode. If you've enjoyed this episode, please subscribe, rate, and review the podcast! 5 stars goes a long long way and I so appreciate your support. For more information about me and this podcast visit us online at othercwords.com or follow the podcast @othercwords. Talk to you soon! And thanks for joining me today!
The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management just sold five leases for wind turbine projects off the coast of California. Three are located in Morro Bay off the Central Coast. Now, local indigenous tribes are speaking up about the projects. Reporter: Gabriela Fernandez, KCBX Every year in the three weeks around Thanksgiving, the official count of monarch butterflies takes place. Over the last few decades, the monarch butterfly population has been in decline. But this year, volunteers counted 129,000 butterflies in San Luis Obispo County alone. Reporter: Madi Bolaños, The California Report
This week on Inside Julia's Kitchen, host Todd Schulkin welcomes farmer and baker Melissa Sorongon of Piedrasassi Wine & Bread on California's Central Coast. Todd asks Melissa about which came first, growing her own grain or bread-baking, the challenges of small-scale farming, and her community-based equipment sharing resource: California Plowshares. Plus, Melissa shares a Julia Moment. Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support Inside Julia's Kitchen by becoming a member!Inside Julia's Kitchen is Powered by Simplecast.
In this episode we review the results of the midterm elections, with a focus on our local races here in the Central Coast. We talk about all the boards flipped (woot!) in SLO County, and we say FUERA to the haters hahaha #sorrynotsorry #latinovote
A new report out this week says a data breach at the California Department of Justice last summer was the result of poor training and a lack of professional rigor at the agency. The leak included the personal information of hundreds of thousands of concealed carry firearm license applicants. Reporter: Ben Christopher, CalMatters Award-winning poet Deborah Miranda, an enrolled member of the Ohlone-Costanoan Esselen Nation, is the author of "Bad Indians: A Tribal Memoir." The book explores the history of Central Coast tribes through the records of her ancestors, including wax-cylinder recordings dating back more than a century. Reporter: Sasha Khokha, KQED
National treasure Gail Simmons of Top Chef fame Zooms with me all the way from New York. She's a fabulous chef, a judge on one of my favorite shows, and literally, pure joy exudes from her at every moment. Tune in while we taste some dope wine and dish on her life from Top Chef, to fashion, to recipe writing, to her favorite food cities around the world. Featured Wines: Phelan Farm, Cambria, Central Coast, California, Gamay, 2021 Visit Helen's Wines for more information. Hosted by Helen Johannesen. Produced by Dear Media.