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Splendid Table - super site

MEAN_CHEF's picture

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This is a great site. Full of useful info and recipes

Splendid Table

Carole's picture

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Mean, I agree. I listen to her radio show every Saturday on NPR. She broadcasts from Minneapolis. BTW, have you visited Minneapolis yet?

MEAN_CHEF's picture

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Well, as it turned out I couldn't go because I had a big catering job to deal with but my DW went armed with all of the info. Will let you know when she gets back.

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I listen to
i The Spendid Table
on NRP, too. It's a great show and Lynn always has interesting guests. Her breadth of knowledge amazes me. Just received her new cookbook,
i Italian Country Table
as a birthday gift. Planning to cook from it for a dinner party this weekend. It has lots of information alongside the recipes, little facts, descriptions, pictures of her Italian relatives, etc. Wouldn't it be nice if we could all have Italian relatives, living in the countryside who wanted us to come visit for the olive and grape harvest?

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Okay, I am very, very jealous! I don't have a radio program like that here! And I love Lynne! As a matter of fact, I bought "In Julia's Kitchen with Master Chef's" just to get Lynne's recipe for the Renaissance Lamb. I prepared it, and it was fantastic! I wasn't aware she had a new book out; I will have to get it. Thanks, Mean. I have already put that website on my Favorites list.

Hmm, my sweetheart's best friend keeps trying to get us to move to Minneapolis...maybe, just maybe...

Nancy_G.'s picture

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CLS,

I think that there is a section in the Splendid Table website where they list which radio stations carry the program and at what time. If you know of a station in your area that broadcasts NPR they may do this show. It's usually on weekends when they do all kinds of funky stuff. It's great to listen to the show while cooking in the kitchen.

kai_'s picture

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Also, at http://www.npr.org many of the programs are available to listen to on your computer. Haven't checked to see if this is one of them, however. Wouldn't hurt to request, if it's not.

Carole's picture

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CLS, now that I know you are from the Cleveland area(another post), you can get her program every Saturday on WCPN(local NPR station) or WKSU(Kent State). I believe it is on around 2 or 3:00.

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