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A foodie's dream! Chef Tom Douglas, winner of the prestigious James Beard Award, reviews the Puget Sound's best restaurants, shares recipes based on a special weekly ingredient, and answers your burning culinary quandaries.

Location:

Tacoma, WA

Genres:

Food

Description:

A foodie's dream! Chef Tom Douglas, winner of the prestigious James Beard Award, reviews the Puget Sound's best restaurants, shares recipes based on a special weekly ingredient, and answers your burning culinary quandaries.

Language:

English


Episodes

Hot Stove Society: Delicious Discoveries

2/23/2024
Food Writer Leslie Kelley is here to share her recent delicious discoveries while roaming the US in her RV // We explore Becky Selengut’s new book - Misunderstood Vegetables: How to Fall in Love with Sunchokes, Rutabaga, Eggplant and More // On Loretta’s Shortcut, or Scratch? segment we talk bacon! // We celebrate Chef Thierry with Simple to Spectacular! where we explore a winter recipe from his Rover’s cookbook // Co-owner and Farmer in Chief, Jackie Cross is here to help us prepare for our summer edible gardens!

Duration:01:28:53

Hot Stove Society: Peanut Butter Buster

2/16/2024
We delve into Mother Sauces // We learn about the great work Community Loaves is doing with founder Katherine Kehrli // We are doing a Hot Stove Society Tasting Panel to compare a variety of Peanut Butters // On Simple to Spectacular! we celebrate Chef Thierry by talking through one of his Rover’s winter recipes // Master Beekeeper, Dawn Beck, is here to teach us about the magic of bees and cooking with honey!

Duration:01:28:58

Hot Stove Society: Valentine's Dinner

2/9/2024
We chat about Valentine’s Dinner & Date Night Desserts // We find out if Lorretta’s Shortcut, or Scratch? is the way to go // On Simple to Spectacular! we talk through one of Thierry’s Winter Recipes: Lobster and Mango Salad with Blood Orange-Argan Dressing // We learn all about Tex-Mex with Jack Timmons and Steve Navarre from Jackalope Tex-Mex and Jack’s BBQ!

Duration:01:23:55

Hot Stove Society: Big Game Eats

2/2/2024
We talk Big Gamel Eats! // Jeremy Bringardner is here from Mendocino Farms to talk about their new locations in Seattle and our collaboration on a Bristol Bay Wild Sockeye Salmon Roll // Loretta challenges us with her Shortcut, or Scratch? segment on….Salsa // We talk through one of Thierry’s winter recipes on Simple to Spectacular! // Mackerel with Tomato Confit and Caper Vinaigrette followed up by Pink Grapefruit and Vermouth Sorbet // Chef Sohla El-Waylly is here to talk about her new Book "Start Here – Instructions for Becoming a Better Cook"

Duration:01:20:47

Hot Stove Society: Spice Up the New Year

1/26/2024
We explore vinegars with Eliza Ward, the owner of Chefshop.com // We learn about Vietnamese culinary traditions to celebrate Lunar New Year, and how to keep them alive with Chefs Trinh and Yenvy // We chat Chowder // We talk through one of Thierry’s winter recipes on our Simple to Spectacular segment: Dungeness Crab Salad with Roasted Garlic, Shallots, and Pomegranate Vinaigrette accompanied with Thyme Brioche // We find out if Lorretta’s Shortcut, or Scratch? is the way to go today // John Moscrip, Chief Operating Officer of Duke’s Seafood, is here to talk about their restaurants and custom Woodford Reserve Bourbon Project

Duration:01:16:19

Hot Stove Society: Wildwood & Pastry Perfection

1/19/2024
We see if Lorretta’s Shortcut, or Scratch? is the way to go today // Chef John Howie & Erik Liedholm are here to talk about Restaurants and Wildwood Spirits Co. // On our Simple to Spectacular segment, we walk through one of Thierry’s recipes as we re-explore his Rover’s cookbook (Pork Belly with Ginger, Honey and Soy - and a Cannellini Bean Salad) // Pastry Chef Brittany Bardeleben is here from Hot Cakes Molten Chocolate Cakery to talk about warm winter desserts!

Duration:01:16:25

Hot Stove Society: King of the Meal Kit

1/12/2024
We Explore Queso // From Meal Kits to Brick & Mortar – Stephanie King is here to talk about Kitchen & Market – Your Neighborhood Corner Store // We answer a few of our listener culinary quandaries // Simple to Spectacular segment, based off Chef Thierry’s Rover’s cookbook (Stuffed Cabbage with Green Lentils, Pearl Onions, and Cabernet Sauce) // We talk Savory Sheet Pan Meals // We dive deep into a few favorite Winter Soups

Duration:01:15:41

Hot Stove Society: Spice Up the New Year

1/5/2024
We talk “Flavors of Hawaii” with Chef Bridget Charters // Jamie Aragonez from World Spice is here to help us explore global flavors // We delve into healthy cooking techniques to start off the New Year // On our Simple to Spectacular segment, we walk through one of Thierry’s delicious recipes as we re-explore his Rover’s cookbook (Parmentier of Oxtail with Foie Gras and Quail Egg) // We discuss the “Art of Hosting a Cook-Along”

Duration:01:15:10

The Hot Stove Society: Citrus Season

12/29/2023
We celebrate citrus season with a citrus-themed dinner // Kirstin and Yura Vracko are here to tell us about Seattle’s first dedicated non-alcoholic bottle shop called Cheeky & Dry // On our Simple to Spectacular segment, we delve into one of Thierry’s delicious recipes from his Rover’s cookbook // We review 2023 food predictions and talk about some of the hits and misses // We are going to find out if Shortcut, or Scratch is the way to go with Loretta’s challenge today!!

Duration:01:16:32

Hot Stove Society: Christmas Spectacular

12/22/2023
We remember our beloved Thierry Rautureau with a new segment called Simple to Spectacular! // Is Shortcut, or Scratch the way to go with Loretta’s challenge today? // Michelle Douglas, the CEO of Emergency Food Network, is here to talk about the important work they are doing // Michelle stays with us so we can take a “Nostalgic Look Back” and share our Douglas family holiday traditions growing up together // Sustainable Chef, TV Host, and Author, Joel Gamoran is here to talk about his upcoming launch of a new celebrity cooking show on PBS called Homemade Live!

Duration:01:15:00

Hot Stove Society: Gumbo and Affordable Wines

12/15/2023
We talk about the exciting re-opening of a Seattle icon, the SIFF Cinema Downtown, with Madison Zimmerman // Is Shortcut or Scratch the way to go with Loretta’s challenge today? // Chefs Theo Martin and Rolando Aquino are here from Island Soul in Seattle and Arleana’s in Kirkland, to talk gumbo & Chef Buda’s seasonings // We remember our beloved Thierry Rautureau with a segment called Simple to Spectacular! // Michael Teer from Pike and Western Wine Shop is here to help us elevate our holiday meals with affordable wines // We get inspired planning a festive holiday dinner menu

Duration:01:14:52

Hot Stove Society: Holiday in Washington

12/8/2023
We welcome Kristin Frossmo from Made in Washington to share local food gifts ideas for the holidays // Marilee Bramhall, the founder of Iola wines is here to share and talk about gorgeous wines made by rockstar French and Italian women winemakers // Loretta Douglas has a fun “Shortcut or Scratch” challenge for us // We delve into the world of organic produce with Zac Broom, from Charlie’s Produce, specializing in cultivating fresh // Co-Authors David George Gordon and MaryAnn Barron Wagner are here to talk about their book - Heaven on the Half Shell: The Story of the Oyster in the Pacific Northwest // And of course, we play Rub with Love Food for Thought Tasty Trivia!

Duration:01:14:28

Hot Stove Society: The Cookie Monster and Mason Goes Mushrooming

12/1/2023
We welcome Chef Gerald Gutierrez of Otium Grill & Greens and Altitude Sky Lounge at the Astra Hotel in Seattle // Michael Pinckney also known as the Cookie Monster is here to talk about his delicious hand-crafted gourmet cookie business // Melany Kahn is here to celebrate her book Mason Goes Mushrooming and to talk about all things mushroom foraging // Loretta Douglas will be leading her “Shortcut or Scratch” segment // We get inspired discussing “Festive Holiday Appetizers” // Part 2 of our conversation with Fuchsia Dunlop getting into the details of her new book - Invitation to a Banquet: The Story of Chinese Food

Duration:01:15:24

Hot Stove Society: Compound Butter and Cocktails

11/22/2023
Pamela Hinkley, Executive Director of Pike Market Senior Center & Food Bank joins us to discuss the organization’s invaluable work // Lara Hamilton, owner of the fabulous Book Larder cookbook store, shares some of her new favorites - just in time for the holidays // We talk with Fuchsia Dunlop about her new book Invitation to a Banquet: The Story of Chinese Food // We explore enhancing dishes with compound butter // Loretta Douglas will be challenging us with her “Shortcut or Scratch” segment // Carey Jones & John McCarthy share holiday tips and their new book Every Cocktail Has a Twist: Master 25 Classic Drinks and Craft More than 200 Variations!

Duration:01:16:48

Hot Stove Society: Thanksgiving Greatness

11/17/2023
We talk with Jeremy Scheck about his new book "Scheck Eats - Cooking Smarter: Friendly Recipes with a Side of Science" // We delve into Thanksgiving potatoes and what to do with leftovers // Thomas Haas from Noble House joins us to talk about the Six Seven Restaurant on Pier 67 in Seattle // Loretta Douglas will be challenging producer Becky with her Thanksgiving “Shortcut or Scratch” segment // Izzie and Madeleine from Charlie’s Produce Cultivating Fresh are joining us to talk about Thanksgiving Traditions // We are opening our new restaurant Neb and Eric Tanaka will be here to continue our conversation on insights to making a restaurant successful!

Duration:01:17:02

Hot Stove Society: Remembering Chef Thierry Rautureau

11/6/2023
This is the second week we are taking a break from our regularly scheduled program to pay tribute to our beloved Thierry Rautureau // We are honoring Thierry’s life by delving into his legacy through an interview with Leslie Kelly // Leslie is a food/travel writer, recovering restaurant critic, and currently on the road roaming around the US in her RV // Lelsie has been a longtime friend and sat down with Thierry in July of this year // We are going to hear about a wide range of his perspectives and experiences from opening up restaurants to cooking for Julia Child & Steven Hawking.

Duration:01:17:42

Hot Stove Society: Celebrating Chef Thierry Rautureau

11/3/2023
We are celebrating Thierry’s life and the lasting impact he has had on all of us // We’ve asked past producers of the show to come join us in honoring Thierry // Tina Nole from Larj Media is here // We have Pamela Hinkley, Amy Pennington, Amy Richardson, and Madeline Pennington in the studio to share memorable stories about our treasured Thierry // Tom and Loretta practically grew up around Thierry - stories // Conversations and stories in honor of the Chef in the Chapeau

Duration:01:15:49

Hot Stove Society: Garleek & Rose Wilde

10/27/2023
We celebrate the last week of National Seafood Month as we welcome Frances Burch from Bristol Bay Regional Seafood Development Association, and Sam Mitchell of Sam’s Salmon Sales // Charlotte Douglas will be here to talk about latest award-winning vegetable from Row 7 Seed company – Sweet Garleek! // Charlie’s Produce Cultivating Fresh: We welcome Jason Fonfara from Washington Fruit Growers and Doug Gibson from Mt. Adams Fruit // The next installment of what we’re calling “Shortcut or Scratch” // Our final segment with author Grace Lin and her new book ‘Chinese Menu’ – The history, myths, and legends behind your favorite foods: this week we talk about Dessert! // Rose Wilde joins us to discuss the release of her debut cookbook ‘Bread and Roses: 100+ Grain Forward Recipes Featuring Global Ingredients and Botanicals’

Duration:01:16:03

Hot Stove Society: Neb Wine Bar & Island Soul

10/20/2023
Continuing our celebration of National Seafood Month, we welcome Brody Peirson with Bristoll Wave Seafoods // A new segment we’re calling “Shortcut or Scratch?” // Charlie’s Produce Cultivating Fresh: We welcome Alex Chan and Brittany Andrews to talk about Food Trends in restaurant kitchens // Eric Tanaka is here to talk about our new restaurant Neb Wine Bar & Café // Part 6 of our series of 7 with author Grace Lin and her new book ‘Chinese Menu’ – The history, myths, and legends behind your favorite foods and this week we talk about Main dishes // Chef Theo Martin from Island Soul in Columbia City is here to talk about his new sister restaurant Arleana’s in Kirkland!

Duration:01:15:57

Hot Stove Society: History of Rice & Hispanic Heritage Month

10/13/2023
We welcome Scott Sandvig and Keith Singleton with Alaskan Leader Seafoods as we celebrate the 2nd week of National Seafood Month // Part 5 of our series of 7 with author Grace Lin and her new book ‘Chinese Menu’ – The History, Myths, and Legends of RICE // Charlie’s Produce Cultivating Fresh: We welcome Linda Nageotte from Food Lifeline // Chef Gabriel Chavez from El Encanto in Kirkland is here to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month // We talk with Dick Stevens about the James Beard Taste America Seattle event on November 1st!!

Duration:01:14:06