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Farm and Foodshed Report
With your host: Robin Carpenter

The crucial stories impacting our local farms and foodshed — from GMOs to local cheesemakers.

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Monday, November 24 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Monday, December 1 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Monday, December 8 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Monday, December 15 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Monday, December 22 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM


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Farm and Foodshed Report (2014-11-17) posted Mon Nov 17 13:10:26 2014


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Farm and Foodshed Report (2014-11-10) posted Mon Nov 10 13:10:10 2014


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Farm and Foodshed Report (2014-11-03) posted Mon Nov 3 13:10:13 2014


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Chef Missy Will (2014-10-27) posted Mon Oct 27 13:10:13 2014

Host Robin Carpenter and KWMR next door neighbor, Chef Missy Will, talk about local and international wine & spirits as well as our wonderful local foods, artistically shaped root vegetables and ways to get your guests be more adventurous. They also share secrets for blissful, delicious holidays. Chef Missy Will is a romantic at heart when it comes to pairing food and wine and treats every kitchen she works in as her “Sacred Space.” She is one of the new shining stars helping out every Saturday at the Point Reyes Farmers Market Chef's Booth as well as bringing her knowledge, events and artistry to our commnity.

Chef Missy Will has several years experience in event planning for corporate clients and private events and before moving to Point Reyes, California, Chef Missy was a winery chef and events director at Woodhouse Family Cellars, director of operations at Sizzleworks Cooking School, and culinary director at Villa Cucina Culinary Center. During this time, she also catered food for several area wineries during their new releases and client pick-up events.

Chef Missy has earned certificates in wine education, wine business management and culinary arts from Sonoma State University, Wine & Spirit Education Trust (WSET Level 2), and Laguna Culinary Arts. She has also served on the board of directors for the Seattle Wine Society and Woodinville Wine Country, and she is a member of The American Institute of Food and Wine, Women Chefs and Restauranteurs’ Association, Washington Wine Commission, and Napa/Sonoma Women for WineSense.

Below are contacts for some of the wineries and ingredients we discussed:



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Farm and Foodshed Report (2014-10-20) posted Mon Oct 20 13:10:11 2014


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Souix Chef Sean Sherman and Indigenous Peoples Day (2014-10-13) posted Mon Oct 13 13:10:02 2014

*Interview starts at 2:37 minutes into the mp3*

Honoring Indigenous People's Day in West Marin - Chef Sean Sherman, The Souix Chef, joins us at the beginning of the show to talk about his new restaurant concept for a Pre-colonial/Pre-contact menu as well as the 600 person celebration that he is catering today in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

*Interview with Wendy Friefeld of West Marin Community Services and their upcoming fundraising dinner for their food pantry.


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The Noble South - Chef Chris Rainosek of Mobile, Alabama(2014-10-06) posted Mon Oct 6 13:10:08 2014

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Chef Rainosek - at 15:36 minutes host Robin Carpenter interviews Chef and Restaurateur Chris Rainosek, Executive Chef and Co-owner of the recently opened "The Noble South" in Mobile, Alabama and Executive Chef of the "Wash House" in Point Clear, Alabama. On her recent culinary journey back to her homeland of the Gulf Coast, this was one of the highlights of her trip.

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Thanks to Mobile Bay Magazine for the photo of Chris!

DBOC Breaking News - at 2:35 minutes interview with Peter Prows, attorney for the Drake's Bay Oyster Company, discussing the settlement with the National Park Service announced on October 6th to close the farm by December 30, 2014.


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