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Foreman and Wolf on Food and Wine

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On today's episode, Chef Wolf and Tony talk Chianti, white and black truffles, and Tony tells us about his recent trip to Italy.

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Tony and Chef Cindy take you through everything you need to know about getting the right product, using the right process and choosing the right wine. Stay tuned till the end of the program for a Chef's Challenge.

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Tony and Chef Cindy remember some of the highlights from 2016. From adventures in France to delicious local white nectarines. They also check in with Robert Brittan of Brittan Vineyards in Oregon to get his perspective on last year’s harvest and what lies ahead for 2017.

Holiday Gifts

Dec 23, 2016
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Tony and Chef Wolf share their ideas for books, food and wine, experiential gifts and cooking items to add to your holiday shopping list.

Tony and Chef Cindy go live to share their biggest hits and worst flops when it comes to holiday cooking. 

Champagne

Dec 4, 2016
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This week it's all about Champagne. Tony and Chef Cindy cover the basics of this beloved bubbly beverage and get some history from Rich Buchanan of Moët Hennessy.

Tony and Chef Cindy take a look at some of their favorite cookbooks. They explore the recipes, the history and the sentimental and familial values that the books hold in our lives. 

Following up on last week's discussion on getting ahead of the game with Thanksgiving dinner, Tony and Chef Cindy tackle the task of picking libations for the celebration. From Riesling for the adults to nonalcoholic punch for the kids, they will give you some great ideas of what to drink with your meal.

This week Tony and Chef Cindy help you get a head start on Thanksgiving meal prep. From when to take to turkey out of the oven to delicious side dishes you can prepare days ahead of time.

Tony and Chef Cindy take time to answer some of the most commonly asked wine questions . . . Yes, it is totally OK if you don't know how to pronounce the name of that Château in France.

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