HearSay Delicious Dish 4/29/14

Posted by: perry 4/29/2014 1:59 AM

Tuesday, April 29, 2014

HearSay Delicious Dish 4/29/14

Segment A: Flavor Profiles

First up, we dish out what's new in our monthly cooking program on HearSay as host Cathy Lewis talks with our favorite foodie Patrick Evans-Hylton and guests to gets the latest on local restaurants and eateries. In today's book report, we will open up Norfolk Animal Care & Adoption Center's new cookbook, "Sit. Stay. Eat."

Scheduled Guests:

Chef Patrick Evans-Hylton - Award-winning food journalist and James Beard Foundation media award judge based in Hampton Roads who has covered food and foodways through print, radio and television since 1995.  He is the author of several books, including Dishing Up Virginia.  He is the editor (expert) at About.com's Fish and Seafood Cooking site.

Barbara Hays - Bureau Manager, Friends of Norfolk Animal Control

Segment B:  The State of the Bay and Sensible Seafood 2014
On this edition of HearSay's Delicious Dish, we explore what is happening with our seafood industry here locally and globally. The annual Virginia Aquarium's Sensible Seafood Festival is coming up, and it's a great time to not only learn about what we enjoy from our waterways to the dinner table but also how to sustain this for our region. 

Scheduled Guests:

April Strickland
 - Virginia Aquarium 

Sheila Bowman - Monterey Bay Aquarium's Seafood Watch Program

Maria Miglioretti - Whole Foods, Virginia Beach

Mike Standing - Owner of Waterman's Restaurant and Captain & Owner of Waterman Sportsfishing

Segment C:  Sound.bite
We're talking how to make the perfect breakfast staple - an omelet!  Chef Danny Lane of Town Point Club in Norfolk joins Chef Patrick Evans-Hylton for this month's tasty Sound.bite, our newest edition to HearSay's Delicious Dish!

Segment D: Mid-Adlantic Food Writers Symposium 
Sharing the love of food doesn't just come from the kitchen - it comes from the books you read to share those experiences and more!  In this segment we will talk about an upcoming symposium for those who may be considering food writing as a career or to brush up on their skills. 

Scheduled Guest:

Ramin Ganeshram
 - American Food Writer and Historian


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