Heirloom Kitchen, Heritage Recipes and Family Stories From Immigrant Women
By NC F&B Podcast
Imagine all the great family recipes in the world not being written down or shared with others. The extinction of great food recipes, was a gap in evolution that Anna Francese Gass needed to fill. After getting advice and guidance from the likes of Martha Stewart , Anna went to work. Anna traveled across the country to cook with immigrant grandmothers who had a reputation for making delicious and authentic food from their homelands. Listen in as we get the inside scoop of cooking in the kitchens of 40 different immigrant grandmothers. We have everything from the "meatball project" to the difference of Borscht from the Ukraine to Queens. Oh we also learn how to get a book deal! GET TICKETS TO "Hey Neighbor" in Cary for April 29th - heyneighbor.eventbrite.com http://forrestfirm.com Forrest Firm, Business Attorneys Across North Carolina Need wine & beer? Of course you do, get it at https://trianglewineco.com Use promo code 'NCFB' at checkout! Hospitality industry veterans, Max Trujillo and Matthew Weiss, get behind the scenes of North Carolina's burgeoning food and beverage culture. Hear from local chefs, sommelier's, distillers, farmers, brewers and the whole lot of them in the NC F&B podcast. Max is a front-of-house vet/sommelier that moved from Los Angeles to North Carolina in 2013. Since moving toÂ North Carolina, he's run restaurants, designed wine programs and builds craft cocktail menus and now produces multiple podcasts. Matthew is a certified sommelier from New York. His experience ranges from restaurant/bar to importing some of the finest wines in the world. He moved his family to North Carolina two years ago and works as a wine distributor. For questions, comments and booking, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com Eat & Drink Merrily!