The Bite Goes On – Radio Misfits
This was a difficult show to record as it reflected the aftermath of the October 2019 fires (not quite contained at the time of this recording) and the frustrations of the media projecting Sonoma as being completely on fire.
At the tail end of his heavy event schedule this year, we were so fortunate to meet and converse with Jim Denevan, founder of Outstanding in the Field (OITF). He rolled up to the studio in his shiny red, white & silver 1953 Flexible bus to talk about h...
On this week’s episode we follow the path of Terri and Mark Stark, owners of 6 (and one on the way) well loved and delicious Sonoma County restaurants. We discover how they met, who does what, how they work together and make their marriage work.
If you hear us crunching on this episode, it’s because we are chomping on the FRESHEST, crunchiest pickles you can possibly eat. Lucky for us, Dave Ehreth from Sonoma Brinery left his role in tech and decided to turn his pickle hobby into a thriving bu...
Former lawyer, past leader of the Marin Slow Food chapter has created a beloved, tactile, useful quarterly magazine for Marin & Wine Country (CA). This is the magazine that covers many extraordinary farmers, ranchers,
EP49: So excited to have the opportunity to have a lively conversation with Director Pei-Yee Woo and Sonoma, Napa, Marin Director Paige Phinney to talk about their incredible commitment to work with small farms in Northern California.
EP48: Inspired by a similar idea she saw in Chicago, Renee ReBell launched her Original Food Tour business in 2014 seguing from her years in the wine and hospitality experience. Her tour has been named as the “Best Foodie Tour” in the USA by US News an...
EP47: Prior Bite guest, Patti Britton (Episode 31) suggested that we should hear Farmer Christian Cartano’s story on our podcast. We are so glad that we did, as Christian arrived with an enormous lug of beautiful heirloom tomatoes for us.
EP46: We were in for a real treat sitting down and recording with Founder, Eileen Gordon of Barnraiser. Not only did she entertain us with passionate stories, she also brought a few samples for us to taste. What is Barnraiser?
EP45: Jimtown has been a community fixture since 1895, when Jim Patrick founded his eponymous general store to serve as post office and meeting place for residents of the valley. Carrie describes how In 1989,