• The Old Town Farmer’s Market is in full  swing with a great selection of produce and much more!  7a.m. – Noon, rain or shine.  Tune in for the LIVE Market report with Pat Randleas.


    Saveur-lamb-burger3             saveur burger             Saveur-rossini-burger

    Check out this recipe from Saveur for Lamb Burgers

    Then it’s all about BURGERS…grilled, pad seared, broiled, America’s favorite outdoor food is getting a lot of press these days!  Books like “Burger Bar” by Hubert keller and leading food magazines like Saveur; i’ll give you my take on the perfect burger.

    In the second half I’ll be talking to Tom Silberkleit about the latest edition in the series of California Directories of Fine Wineries – Central Coast edition.  Tom is a great guest and puts lots of work in to these books to showcase some of the finest wineries to add to your agenda when visiting.  Combined with the photography of Robert Holmes, this is another winner in the series.

    ca dir fine winerues centralWith THE CALIFORNIA DIRECTORY OF FINE WINERIES as a guide, readers can explore world-famous Santa Barbara county, home to the landmark cellars of Santa Ynez Valley, Santa Maria Valley, and Santa Rita Hills; meander the scenic back roads of San Luis Obispo on the way to the premier wineries of Edna Valley; and travel to rustic Paso Robles. Featuring boutique tasting rooms, working ranches, warehouse wineries, and family-owned vineyards, this is an essential guide to destinations of charm and character. 

    * A comprehensive, full-color guide to California’s Central Coast wine country.
    * Features more than 180 color photographs by renowned travel photographer Robert Holmes.


    Wine of the Week; something fun from the Central Coast….

    2006 Cambria Katherine’s Vineyard Chardonnay

    cambria chard06This classy 2006 Katherine’s Vineyard Chardonnay is bright with citrus, apple, peach, and vanilla aromas.  Rich mouth filling flavors of grapefruit, citrus blossom, white peach and sweet oak lead to a crisp finish with a lsting impression of spicy oak.  –  Dennis Shurtleff, Winemaker


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