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February 12th 2014 – David Foster Interview

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The last show features The wineries of Sonoma..and an exclusive interview with David Foster… (searing questions by Jason Priestley and myself)

 The Show

Sonoma wants out from the shadow of Napa.
Sonoma
They have more land, more vines and many of the wineries are run by families..not corporations. That’s a good thing.
 
 
We talk to Honore Comfort – The Executive director of Sonoma County

Honore Comfort

Honore Comfort


 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Adam Lee – Siduri. Maker of really great Pinot Noir.

Jeremy Baker..President of Thomas George. Grew up in Toronto. Friends with the Mayor.

Jeremy Baker

Jeremy Baker


Dan Kosta – Co-Owner of Kosta- Browne. The bad boys of California Pinot
DJ Kearney – Knows more about wine than the whole room.
 
 
 
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and David Foster Producer. Singer/Songwriter. Grammy winner… Producer of the year.
David Foster Jason Priestley  TDM
The list goes on and on. Now Chairman of Verve record Group.
Currently working with Stevie Wonder, Bryan Adams, Diana Krall just to name a few.
Jason Priestley and I interviewed David at his home above Malibu..
He had been in bed for 3 days fighting the flu and still committed to the interview for Hollywood and Vines TV… then went straight back to bed.
Good Canadian Boy.

 

Mulligan Stew February 8th

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Playlist:

come together The Beatles 67-70 Blue LP
for no one The Beatles Revolver
Hello Goodbye The Beatles 67-70 Blue LP
Twist and shout Chaka Demus and Pliers Best Reggae LP in the World
If I ever lose my faith in you Sting Best of 25 years
She came in Through the Bathroom window Joe Cocker Mad Dogs and Englishmen
I’m walking Fats Domino Uncut Nov 2008
She Loves You The Beatles Red LP 62-66
Break mulliganstew.ca
Sam Roberts Interview Sam Roberts Band Lo Fantasy LP
Let it in Sam Roberts Band Collider
Sam Roberts Interview
Too Far Sam Roberts Band Lo Fantasy LP
Angola Sam Roberts Band Lo Fantasy LP
Lousiana 1927 Randy Newman New orleans 2005
Break www.mulliganstew.ca
Don’t fight it Wilson Pickett A man and a Half
Got to get better in a little while Eric Clapton Crossroads
I can’t get next to you The Temptations Hitsville USA
Iko Iko Dr John Mos Scocious
When the darkness comes T Buckley Northern Country Soul
Baby PLEASE don’t drive me away Sam Cooke The Rhythm and the Blues
If I ever lose my faith in you Sting Best of 25 years
Break www.mulliganstew.ca
Come and Get It The Wood brothers Let us in Americana
I will Steve Earle & Allison Moorer Let us in Americana
Long Tall Sally The Beatles Past Masters Vol 1-2
Get Back The Beatles Past Masters Vol 1-2
Blue Moon Beck single
Now that I’ve got you Zeus Busting Visions
Something The Beatles Blue LP 67-70
Let it be The Beatles Let it be

February 8th, 2014-Canadian Culinary Championships

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The Show

We start in Kelowna for the final day of the 2014 Canadian Culinary Championships. 
The best chefs in Canada. Head to Head.   Andrew Morrison from Scout Magazine is co-head judge and food traffic cop.
Also talk to the chefs from Edmonton, Calgary and Vancouver. 
The Sam Roberts Band has a new CD Lo Fantasy. This show Sam and I  talking wine and song writing.
Then its 2 cutting edge Australian Wine makers Brendan Keys and Matt Fowles  
James Nevison from Had a Glass and The Wine Diva and I interview Ed Flaherty from Tarapaca in Chile  
And we talk to Mark Davidson representing Wines of Australia.
 [divider]

Mark Davidson. Wine of Australia

Mark Davidson. Wine of Australia


Do you love your Australian wines??   
We start with a mini OZ tour.   Mark Davidson is a Sommelier who now represents The Wines of Australia.
He brought with him two of Australia’s cutting edge winemakers.
Brendan Keys  BK Wines Oz

Brendan Keys BK Wines Oz

Brendan Keys from BK Wines Adelaide Hills who poured his much talked about Skin and Bones.

Matt Fowles from Strathbogie Range who brought his Ladies who shoot their Lunch (meant to pair with Game)

Matt Fowles - Oz

Matt Fowles – Oz


 
…and his other wine Are you Game?
 
 
[divider]
James Nevison talks about his book Had a Glass, Top 100 wines under $20.00      And The Wine Diva and I join forces to interview Ed Flaherty, the wine maker of Tarapaca in Chile.
James Nevison

James Nevison


 
 
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The Canadian Culinary Championships take place this weekend in Kelowna.    
The very best chefs competing over two hard days.    
Three of those chefs are from Alberta and BC   Duncan Ly Calgary Hotel Arts    
Canadian Culinary Chapionships
Paul Shufelt Edmonton Century Hospitality Group Edmonton   
Brian Skinner Vancouver The Acorn Vancouver   
Just a reminder…partial proceeds from this Championship go to funding Canada’s Olympic Athletes.    
[divider]
Sam Roberts has a new album coming next week. My interview with Sam will run on Mulligan Stew as soon as the music gets here.
Sam Roberts

Sam Roberts


In the mean time Sam is a huge wine fan..and he joins us on Wednesdays TRR.        

NEXT WEEK –

on our last show for CKUA. Jason Priestley and I visit David Foster in Malibu.   
We talk wine and David’s career in music. It’s a really good interview.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

February 6th- Canadian Culinary Championships

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Do you love your Australian wines? We start with a mini OZ tour. Mark Davidson is a sommelier who now represents wines of Australia, and he brought with him two of Australia’s cutting edge winemakers. Brendan Keys is from BK Wines Adelaide Hills, and poured his much talked-about Skin and Bones. Matt Fowles from Strathbogie Range  brought his Ladies who shoot their Lunch (meant to pair with game), and his other wine Are you Game?
[divider]

The Show

James Nevison talks about his book Had a Glass, Top 100 wines under $20.00.
The Wine Diva and I join forces to interview Ed Flaherty, the wine maker of Tarapaca in Chile.

The Canadian Culinary Championships take place this weekend in Kelowna, with the very best chefs competing over two hard days. Three of those chefs are from Alberta and BC:
DuncanLy_TRR   PaulShufelt_TRR   BrianSkinner_TRR

Duncan Ly – Calgary         Paul Shufelt – Edmonton   Brian Skinner – Vancouver
Partial proceeds from this Championship go to funding Canada’s Olympic Athletes.


Sam Roberts has a new album coming next week. My interview with Sam will run on Mulligan Stew as soon as the music gets here. In the meantime Sam is a huge wine fan and he joins us on Wednesday’s TRR.

SamRobertsBand_TRR
[divider]

NEXT WEEK

– on our last show for CKUA.  Jason Priestley and I visit David Foster in Malibu.
We talk wine and David’s career in music. It’s a really good interview.

February 5th, 2014

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Tasting Room Radio AB_BANNER
 

 The Show

Do you love your Australian wines??   
We start with a mini OZ tour.   Mark Davidson is a Sommelier who now represents The Wines of Australia.

Mark Davidson. Wine of Australia

Mark Davidson. Wine of Australia


He brought with him two of Australia’s cutting edge winemakers.
Brendan Keys  BK Wines Oz

Brendan Keys BK Wines Oz

Brendan Keys from BK Wines Adelaide Hills who poured his much talked about Skin and Bones.

Matt Fowles from Strathbogie Range who brought his Ladies who shoot their Lunch (meant to pair with Game)

Matt Fowles - Oz

Matt Fowles – Oz


 
…and his other wine Are you Game?
 
 
[divider]
James Nevison talks about his book Had a Glass, Top 100 wines under $20.00      And The Wine Diva and I join forces to interview Ed Flaherty, the wine maker of Tarapaca in Chile.
James Nevison

James Nevison


 
 
[divider]
The Canadian Culinary Championships take place this weekend in Kelowna.    
The very best chefs competing over two hard days.    
Three of those chefs are from Alberta and BC   Duncan Ly Calgary Hotel Arts    
Canadian Culinary Chapionships
Paul Shufelt Edmonton Century Hospitality Group Edmonton   
Brian Skinner Vancouver The Acorn Vancouver   
Just a reminder…partial proceeds from this Championship go to funding Canada’s Olympic Athletes.    
[divider]
Sam Roberts has a new album coming next week. My interview with Sam will run on Mulligan Stew as soon as the music gets here.
Sam Roberts

Sam Roberts


In the mean time Sam is a huge wine fan..and he joins us on Wednesdays TRR.        

NEXT WEEK –

on our last show for CKA. Jason Priestley and I visit David Foster in Malibu.   
We talk wine and David’s career in music. It’s a really good interview.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

February 1st- Street Food City

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Here’s the deal for Super Bowl Week and weekend.  We start with Street Food City 3..a gathering of some of Vancouver’s Best food Trucks. Second half of the show has four guests: Matt Anderson, Colin Linden and Sharon Jones..Plus The Wine Diva has a long list of wines meant for Super Bowl Weekend Food Pairings. Enjoy!!

 [divider]

 THE SHOW 

Lunch time at Art Gallery

Lunch time at Art Gallery


Street Food City – one of Dine Out Vancouver Festival’s signature events – returns for its hat trick year, tempting the masses with a rotating array of nearly two dozen food carts and trucks. Our guests include: Roaming Dragon REEL Mac and Cheese REEL Mac and Cheese         Vij’s Railway Express Mom’s Grilled Cheese Soho Road Mangal Kiss  Kaboom Box  All the interviews take place around the very busy Vancouver Art Gallery.  This was such a blast. P1100691[1] www.dineoutvancouver.com http://www.dineoutvancouver.com/events/street-food-city/           [divider] Segment Two starts with Colin Linden  (Blackie and the Rodeo Kings) Sharon Jones (and the Dap Kings) and Matt Anderson, the one man music wonder.
Sharon Jones

Sharon Jones


 
Matt Anderson

Matt Anderson


They all talk about their relationship to wine but also food.     Colin is a huge wine fan..knows his stuff. Sharon has just released a new LP “Giver the people what they want” but the music had to wait until Sharon battled Cancer. We talk about how she changed her diet during ther battle. Matt Anderson met me at Memphis Blues on Commercial in Vancouver. The room smelled of smoky ribs etc.. To my surprise Matt is not so much a wine guy but a Scotch fan. I think I heard him say he had 200 bottles?? [divider]  And we finish with  hockey fan Daenna van Mulligen recommending wines for the NFL Super Bowl weekend.
Wine Diva

Wine Diva


We couldn’t get all her suggestions in but the original list is posted .  

  • 2.   Conundrum Red, California
  • 3. Argento Reserva Cabernet Sauvignon, Mendoza Argentina
  • 4. Nathalie Bonhomme ‘el petit bonhomme’, Jumilla Spain
  • 5. Citrusdal Wines ‘Six Hats’ Cabernet Sauvignon, Western Cape South Africa
  • 6. San Felipe ‘Classic Label’ Malbec~Merlot, Mendoza Argentina
  • 7. Circus Malbec, Mendoza Argentina
  • 8. Rodney Strong ‘Knotty Vines’ Zinfandel, Northern Sonoma, California
  • 9. Longview ‘Devils Elbow’ Cabernet Sauvignon, Adelaide Hills Australia
  • 10. Langmeil ‘Valley Floor’ Shiraz, Barossa Valley Australia
  • 11. Black Sage Vineyard Cabernet Franc, Okanagan Valley BC
  • 12. Kangarilla Road ‘Hellbent’ South Australia
  • 13. Cono Sur Organic Pinot Noir, Colchagua Valley Chile
  • 14. Navarro Lopez Rojo Granrojo Tempranillo, Castilla Spain
  • 15. Wolf Blass Yellow Label Cabernet Sauvignon, South Australia
  • 16. La Poderosa Reserva Cabernet Sauvignon, Rapel Valley Chile
  • 17. Quarisa ’30 Mile’ Shiraz, Australia
  • 18. Wirra Wirra ‘Scrubby Rise Red’ Adelaide South Australia
  • 19. Castillo de Monseran Garnacha, Carinena Spain
  • 20. Bodegas San Alejandro ‘Pablo’ Old Vine Garnacha, Calatayud Spain
  • 21. Township 7 ‘Reserve 7’, OkanaganValley BC
  • 22. Vina Las Perdices Cabernet Sauvignon, Mendoza Argentina
  • 23. Diabolica Red Wine, Okanagan Valley BC
  • 24. Cryptic Red Blend, California
  • 25. Vinaceous ‘Snake Charmer’ Shiraz, McLaren Vale South Australia
  • 26. Chateau Ste. Michelle Merlot, Columbia Valley Washington
  • 27. Chateau de Jau ‘Le Jaja de Jau’ Syrah, Pays D’Oc France
  • 28. Henry’s Drive ‘Morse Code’ Shiraz, South Australia
  • 29. Mt. Boucherie ‘Family Reserve’ Zinfandel, Okanagan Valley BC
  • 30. Bodegas Ateca ‘Garnacha de Fuego’ Calatayud Spain
  • 31. Monster Vineyards ‘Monster Merlot’, Okanagan Valley BC
  • 32. Peter Lehmann ‘Portrait’ Shiraz, Barossa Valley, Australia
  • 33. Miopasso Primitivo, Puglia Italy
  • 34. Concannon Reserve Syrah, Okanagan Valley BC
  • 35. Vasse Felix Shiraz, Margaret River Australia
  • 36. Falernia Carmenere Reserva, Elqui Valley Chile
  • 37. Rocland Estate ‘Chocolate Box’ GSM, Barossa Valley Australia
  • 38. Brazin Old Vine Zin, Lodi California
  • 39. Save Me San Francisco Wine Co. ‘California 37’ Cabernet Sauvignon, California
  • 40. Conundrum Red, California
  • 41. Township 7 Merlot~Cabernet Sauvignon, Okanagan Valley BC
  • 42. Groom Shiraz, Barossa Valley Australia
  • 43. Flip Flop Cabernet Sauvignon, California
  • 44. Fetzer ‘Sundial’ Chardonnay, California1/28/2014 Wine List | WineReviews & Tasting Notes fromWineDiva
  • http://www.winediva.ca/slot?uuids=54a027822a7c87f3660d6445d9b25237e473d14f.SLOTd443fa9d4ca0e956485d5304ef35c49a6daeed2d&suuid=REF_ICONCAT… 2/2
  • 45. Penfolds ‘Thomas Hyland’ Shiraz, Adelaide Australia
  • 46. Back Yard Vineyards Meritage, Okanagan Valley BC
  • 47. Sebastiani Cabernet Sauvignon, Sonoma County California
  • 48. Concannon Conservancy ‘Crimson & Clover’, Livermore Valley California
  • 49. Cono Sur ‘Bicicleta’ Cabernet Sauvignon, Chile
  • 50. 181 Merlot, Lodi California
  • 51. Apothic Red Winemaker’s Blend, California
  • 52. Colby Red, California
  • 53. Curious Beasts Blood Red Wine, California
  • 54. Fetzer ‘Valley Oaks’ Cabernet Sauvignon, California
  • 55. Flip Flop Chardonnay, California
  • 56. Layer Cake Primitivo, Puglia Italy
  • 57. McWilliams ‘Hanwood Estate’ Red Blend, South Eastern Australia
  • 58. Conor Sur ‘Bicicleta’ Merlot, Central Valley Chile
  • 59. Gemtree ‘Tatty Rd.” Shiraz, South Australia
  • 60. Rosemount Estate Diamond Label Shiraz~Cabernet, South Eastern Australia, 2010
  • 61. Wolf Blass Red Label Shiraz~Cabernet, South Eastern Australia, 2011
  • 62. Henry’s Drive ‘Pillar Box’ Reserve Shiraz, Padthaway, 2009
  • 63. Yalumba ‘The Scribbler’ Barossa Valley Australia, 2009
  • 64. Tscharke Barossa Gold GSM, Marananga Barossa Valley, Australia
  • 65. Mollydooker ‘The Boxer’ Shiraz, South Australia, 2010
  • 66. Cupcake Vineyards ‘Red Velvet’ California, 2011
  • 67. Save Me, San Francisco Wine Co. ‘Drops of Jupiter’ California, 2011
  • 68. Cono Sur ‘Bicicleta’ Viognier, Colchagua Valley Chile, 2011
  • 69. Renancer ‘Punto Final’ Malbec, Mendoza Argentina, 2011
  • 70. 14 Hands ‘Hot to Trot’ Red Blend, Columbia Valley Washington, 2010
  • 71. Bleasedale ‘Second Innings’ Malbec, Langhorne Creek Australia, 2010
  • 72. Wolf Blass Yellow Label Cabernet Sauvignon, South Eastern Australia, 2010
  • 73. McWilliams ‘Hanwood Estate’ Cabernet Sauvignon, South Eastern Australia, 2010
  • 74. Finca Los Primos Malbec, San Rafael Argentina, 2011
  • 75. Cavalo Bravo Vinho Regional, Tejo Portugal, 2010
  • 76. Rosemount Estate Diamond Label Shiraz, SE Australia, 2010
  • 77. Vinaceous ‘Raconteur’ Cabernet Sauvignon, Barossa Valley South Australia, 2009
  • 78. Kingston Estate Petit Verdot, South Australia, 2010
  • 79. Rio Juanes Tempranillo~Shiraz, Spain, NV
  • 80. Junta Reserve Syrah~Carmenere, Curico Valley Chile, 2010
  • 81. Galvanized Wine Group ‘Timbuktu Shiraz~Grenache’, South Australia, 2010
  • 82. Kingston Estate Shiraz, Mount Lofty Ranges/Limestone Coast Australia, 2008
  • 83. Kendall~Jackson Vintner’s Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon, Sonoma County, 2010
  • 84. The Grinder Pinotage, Western Cape South Africa, 2011
  • 85. Lindeman’s Bin 50 Shiraz, South Eastern Australia, 2011
  • 86. Pascual Toso Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon Barrancas Vineyard, Mendoza
  • 87. Gnarly Head Old Vine Zin, Lodi California, 2010
  • 88. Escorihuela ‘1884’ Reservado Cabernet Sauvignon, Mendoza Argentina

or http://www.winediva.ca/viewfoodpairwines?suuid=REF_ICONCATEGORY_7484559414fd383eaba55c&puid=40d5ecf6230962502d1fb2eaf7ec9bb616c2b1d3

[divider]

STORIES WE’RE WORKING ON

Wines for Valentine’s Day

Primer for Vancouver Wine Festival

January 29th- Street Food City

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Tasting Room Radio AB_BANNER Here’s the deal for Super Bowl Week and weekend.  We start with Street Food City 3..a gathering of some of Vancouver’s Best food Trucks. Second half of the show has four guests: Matt Anderson, Colin Linden and Sharon Jones..Plus The Wine Diva has a long list of wines meant for Super Bowl Weekend Food Pairings. Enjoy!!

 [divider]

 THE SHOW 

Lunch time at Art Gallery

Lunch time at Art Gallery


Street Food City – one of Dine Out Vancouver Festival’s signature events – returns for its hat trick year, tempting the masses with a rotating array of nearly two dozen food carts and trucks. Our guests include: Roaming Dragon REEL Mac and Cheese REEL Mac and Cheese         Vij’s Railway Express Mom’s Grilled Cheese Soho Road Mangal Kiss  Kaboom Box  All the interviews take place around the very busy Vancouver Art Gallery.  This was such a blast. P1100691[1] www.dineoutvancouver.com http://www.dineoutvancouver.com/events/street-food-city/           [divider] Segment Two starts with Colin Linden  (Blackie and the Rodeo Kings) Sharon Jones (and the Dap Kings) and Matt Anderson, the one man music wonder.
Sharon Jones

Sharon Jones


 
Matt Anderson

Matt Anderson


They all talk about their relationship to wine but also food.     Colin is a huge wine fan..knows his stuff. Sharon has just released a new LP “Giver the people what they want” but the music had to wait until Sharon battled Cancer. We talk about how she changed her diet during ther battle. Matt Anderson met me at Memphis Blues on Commercial in Vancouver. The room smelled of smoky ribs etc.. To my surprise Matt is not so much a wine guy but a Scotch fan. I think I heard him say he had 200 bottles?? [divider]  And we finish with  hockey fan Daenna van Mulligen recommending wines for the NFL Super Bowl weekend.
Wine Diva

Wine Diva


We couldn’t get all her suggestions in but the original list is posted .  

  • 2.   Conundrum Red, California
  • 3. Argento Reserva Cabernet Sauvignon, Mendoza Argentina
  • 4. Nathalie Bonhomme ‘el petit bonhomme’, Jumilla Spain
  • 5. Citrusdal Wines ‘Six Hats’ Cabernet Sauvignon, Western Cape South Africa
  • 6. San Felipe ‘Classic Label’ Malbec~Merlot, Mendoza Argentina
  • 7. Circus Malbec, Mendoza Argentina
  • 8. Rodney Strong ‘Knotty Vines’ Zinfandel, Northern Sonoma, California
  • 9. Longview ‘Devils Elbow’ Cabernet Sauvignon, Adelaide Hills Australia
  • 10. Langmeil ‘Valley Floor’ Shiraz, Barossa Valley Australia
  • 11. Black Sage Vineyard Cabernet Franc, Okanagan Valley BC
  • 12. Kangarilla Road ‘Hellbent’ South Australia
  • 13. Cono Sur Organic Pinot Noir, Colchagua Valley Chile
  • 14. Navarro Lopez Rojo Granrojo Tempranillo, Castilla Spain
  • 15. Wolf Blass Yellow Label Cabernet Sauvignon, South Australia
  • 16. La Poderosa Reserva Cabernet Sauvignon, Rapel Valley Chile
  • 17. Quarisa ’30 Mile’ Shiraz, Australia
  • 18. Wirra Wirra ‘Scrubby Rise Red’ Adelaide South Australia
  • 19. Castillo de Monseran Garnacha, Carinena Spain
  • 20. Bodegas San Alejandro ‘Pablo’ Old Vine Garnacha, Calatayud Spain
  • 21. Township 7 ‘Reserve 7’, OkanaganValley BC
  • 22. Vina Las Perdices Cabernet Sauvignon, Mendoza Argentina
  • 23. Diabolica Red Wine, Okanagan Valley BC
  • 24. Cryptic Red Blend, California
  • 25. Vinaceous ‘Snake Charmer’ Shiraz, McLaren Vale South Australia
  • 26. Chateau Ste. Michelle Merlot, Columbia Valley Washington
  • 27. Chateau de Jau ‘Le Jaja de Jau’ Syrah, Pays D’Oc France
  • 28. Henry’s Drive ‘Morse Code’ Shiraz, South Australia
  • 29. Mt. Boucherie ‘Family Reserve’ Zinfandel, Okanagan Valley BC
  • 30. Bodegas Ateca ‘Garnacha de Fuego’ Calatayud Spain
  • 31. Monster Vineyards ‘Monster Merlot’, Okanagan Valley BC
  • 32. Peter Lehmann ‘Portrait’ Shiraz, Barossa Valley, Australia
  • 33. Miopasso Primitivo, Puglia Italy
  • 34. Concannon Reserve Syrah, Okanagan Valley BC
  • 35. Vasse Felix Shiraz, Margaret River Australia
  • 36. Falernia Carmenere Reserva, Elqui Valley Chile
  • 37. Rocland Estate ‘Chocolate Box’ GSM, Barossa Valley Australia
  • 38. Brazin Old Vine Zin, Lodi California
  • 39. Save Me San Francisco Wine Co. ‘California 37’ Cabernet Sauvignon, California
  • 40. Conundrum Red, California
  • 41. Township 7 Merlot~Cabernet Sauvignon, Okanagan Valley BC
  • 42. Groom Shiraz, Barossa Valley Australia
  • 43. Flip Flop Cabernet Sauvignon, California
  • 44. Fetzer ‘Sundial’ Chardonnay, California1/28/2014 Wine List | WineReviews & Tasting Notes fromWineDiva
  • http://www.winediva.ca/slot?uuids=54a027822a7c87f3660d6445d9b25237e473d14f.SLOTd443fa9d4ca0e956485d5304ef35c49a6daeed2d&suuid=REF_ICONCAT… 2/2
  • 45. Penfolds ‘Thomas Hyland’ Shiraz, Adelaide Australia
  • 46. Back Yard Vineyards Meritage, Okanagan Valley BC
  • 47. Sebastiani Cabernet Sauvignon, Sonoma County California
  • 48. Concannon Conservancy ‘Crimson & Clover’, Livermore Valley California
  • 49. Cono Sur ‘Bicicleta’ Cabernet Sauvignon, Chile
  • 50. 181 Merlot, Lodi California
  • 51. Apothic Red Winemaker’s Blend, California
  • 52. Colby Red, California
  • 53. Curious Beasts Blood Red Wine, California
  • 54. Fetzer ‘Valley Oaks’ Cabernet Sauvignon, California
  • 55. Flip Flop Chardonnay, California
  • 56. Layer Cake Primitivo, Puglia Italy
  • 57. McWilliams ‘Hanwood Estate’ Red Blend, South Eastern Australia
  • 58. Conor Sur ‘Bicicleta’ Merlot, Central Valley Chile
  • 59. Gemtree ‘Tatty Rd.” Shiraz, South Australia
  • 60. Rosemount Estate Diamond Label Shiraz~Cabernet, South Eastern Australia, 2010
  • 61. Wolf Blass Red Label Shiraz~Cabernet, South Eastern Australia, 2011
  • 62. Henry’s Drive ‘Pillar Box’ Reserve Shiraz, Padthaway, 2009
  • 63. Yalumba ‘The Scribbler’ Barossa Valley Australia, 2009
  • 64. Tscharke Barossa Gold GSM, Marananga Barossa Valley, Australia
  • 65. Mollydooker ‘The Boxer’ Shiraz, South Australia, 2010
  • 66. Cupcake Vineyards ‘Red Velvet’ California, 2011
  • 67. Save Me, San Francisco Wine Co. ‘Drops of Jupiter’ California, 2011
  • 68. Cono Sur ‘Bicicleta’ Viognier, Colchagua Valley Chile, 2011
  • 69. Renancer ‘Punto Final’ Malbec, Mendoza Argentina, 2011
  • 70. 14 Hands ‘Hot to Trot’ Red Blend, Columbia Valley Washington, 2010
  • 71. Bleasedale ‘Second Innings’ Malbec, Langhorne Creek Australia, 2010
  • 72. Wolf Blass Yellow Label Cabernet Sauvignon, South Eastern Australia, 2010
  • 73. McWilliams ‘Hanwood Estate’ Cabernet Sauvignon, South Eastern Australia, 2010
  • 74. Finca Los Primos Malbec, San Rafael Argentina, 2011
  • 75. Cavalo Bravo Vinho Regional, Tejo Portugal, 2010
  • 76. Rosemount Estate Diamond Label Shiraz, SE Australia, 2010
  • 77. Vinaceous ‘Raconteur’ Cabernet Sauvignon, Barossa Valley South Australia, 2009
  • 78. Kingston Estate Petit Verdot, South Australia, 2010
  • 79. Rio Juanes Tempranillo~Shiraz, Spain, NV
  • 80. Junta Reserve Syrah~Carmenere, Curico Valley Chile, 2010
  • 81. Galvanized Wine Group ‘Timbuktu Shiraz~Grenache’, South Australia, 2010
  • 82. Kingston Estate Shiraz, Mount Lofty Ranges/Limestone Coast Australia, 2008
  • 83. Kendall~Jackson Vintner’s Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon, Sonoma County, 2010
  • 84. The Grinder Pinotage, Western Cape South Africa, 2011
  • 85. Lindeman’s Bin 50 Shiraz, South Eastern Australia, 2011
  • 86. Pascual Toso Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon Barrancas Vineyard, Mendoza
  • 87. Gnarly Head Old Vine Zin, Lodi California, 2010
  • 88. Escorihuela ‘1884’ Reservado Cabernet Sauvignon, Mendoza Argentina

or http://www.winediva.ca/viewfoodpairwines?suuid=REF_ICONCATEGORY_7484559414fd383eaba55c&puid=40d5ecf6230962502d1fb2eaf7ec9bb616c2b1d3

[divider]

STORIES WE’RE WORKING ON

Wines for Valentine’s Day

Primer for Vancouver Wine Festival

Mulligan Stew Jan 25th

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SONY DSC
Its Sharon Jones (of Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings)
New music and,  after battling Cancer, a  new life.
send her a tweet..
@sharonjones and say hi!

 
 

 Playlist:

Humpty Dumpty World Ry Cooder Pull up some Dust
Get Up Get Out Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings Give the People what they want
You can’t beat the House Mark Knopfler Get Lucky
Massey Hall Joe Nolan Tornado
Frankie fell in Love Bruce Springsteen High Hopes
Repo Man Ray Lamontagne single
Lola (live) The Kinks Come Dancing. The best of the Kinks
Breaker Breaker www.mulliganstew.ca TD Mulligoon
Hound Dog Robert Palmer Drive
Devils Load Lee Harvey Osmond The Folk Sinner
Somethin Else Eddie Cochran Best of
Good Rocking Tonight Elvis Presley Elvis at Sun
Watching the Detectives Elvis Costello The Special Spinning Songbook
Son of a Preacher Man Joss Stone Live from UK Music Hall of Fame
Dr John Big Shot Locked Down
Once in a while Eddie Vedder Ukelele Songs
Hour Two Mulligan Stew Next Week Blackie and the Rodeo Kings
Host Mulligan Stew
Retreat Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings Give the people what they want
Sharon Jones interview
Long Time Wrong Time Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings Give the People what they want
Sharon Jones Interview
Baby (you got what it takes) Michael Buble. Sharon Jones Crazy Love
Sharon Jones Interview
Stranger in my Happiness Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings Give the People what they want
www.mulliganstew.ca tdmulligan Quick Break
Celebrated Walking Blues Taj Mahal Taj Mahal
Wait (live) J Geils Band House Party
Sympathy for the Devil (live) The Rolling Stones Live at Hyde Park (2013)
Deeper Well Emmy Lou Harris Wrecking Ball
You Da Man Derek Trucks Band Maximum Grooves. Coast to Coast
Next Week Blackie and the Rodeo Kings New LP. New Tour

 

 Next Week:

 Tom Wilson
Colin Linden
Stephen Fearing….
Blackie and The Rodeo Kings present a new tour and a new LP called North
Tour dates include
Friday Feb 7th Airdrie  Bert Church Theatre
Saturday Feb 8th Festival Place  Sherwood Park
Sunday Feb 9  Red Deer  The Hide Out

January 25th 2014 – Kim Coates Interview

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The Wine Diva has a great new list for all of us who spent waaay too much over the Holidays. The Diva has reviewed all these wines under $17.00.
The Pride of Saskatoon, Kim Coates is a floor wax AND a Shampoo..A Canadian AND an Actor. He currently stars as Tig Trager in the FX series Sons of Anarchy. Tig knows his Tannins.
Then it’s a Soup Special. I’m crazy about well made soup and I’m not the only one.
We welcome soup chefs from Brodo in Penticton, Vancouver Culinary Institute and North Vancouver’s The Soup Meister.


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THE SHOW

The Wine Diva , Daenna van Mulligen tastes a LOT of wines..Over 2,000 bottles this year alone.
Besides reviewing the best ones, she also keeps a list of exactly which wines are cheaper keepers .
This list this week features 41 great wines UNDER $17.00.
 

Wine Diva Daenna van Mulligen

Wine Diva Daenna van Mulligen


If you’re looking to budget this month, then this list is for you. And you can thank the Wine Diva for the bargains!!
Details at www.winediva.ca
 
 
 
 
1. San Felipe ‘Classic Label’ Malbec~Merlot, Mendoza Argentina $12.00
2. Masi Serego Alighieri Possessioni Rosso, Veneto Italy $16.99
3. Veuve du Vernay Blanc de Blancs Brut, France $14.99
4. Alamos Malbec, Mendoza Argentina $14.99
5. Gray Monk Riesling, Okanagan Valley BC $14.99
6. Cellar Hand ‘Free Run White’ Okanagan Valley BC $16.00
7. Quinta do Ameal Branco Seco Vinho Verde, Portugal $16.99
8. Santa Rita Reserva Pinot Noir, Cassablanca Chile $15.99
9. De Martino ‘Nuevo Mundo’ Cabernet Sauvignon~Malbec Reserva, Maipo Valley Chile $15.99
10. Cono Sur Organic Pinot Noir, Colchagua Valley Chile $15.49
11. Navarro Lopez Rojo Granrojo Tempranillo, Castilla Spain $17.00
12. La Posta ‘Cocina’ Tinto, Mendoza Argentina $17.99
13. Kaiken Cabernet Sauvignon Reserva, Mendoza $16.00
14. Loma Larca ‘Lomas del Valle’ Pinot Noir, Casablanca Chile $14.99
15. Pascual Toso Cabernet Sauvignon, Mendoza Argentina $13.99
16. Quarisa ’30 Mile’ Shiraz, Australia $14.99
17. La Poderosa Reserva Syrah, Chile $15.00
18. Castillo de Monseran Garnacha, Carinena Spain $9.99
19. Castillo de Malunda ‘Punto Y Coma’ Garnacha Vinas Viejas, Calatayud Spain $14.99
20. Bodegas San Alejandro ‘Pablo’ Old Vine Garnacha, Calatayud Spain $13.99
21. Domaine Bousquet Malbec, Tupungato, Mendoza Argentina $15.99,$8.99
22. Louis Latour ‘Ardeche’ Chardonnay, Coteaux de l’Ardeche France $14.99
23. Santa Carolina Sauvignon Blanc Reserva, Leyda Chile $12.99
24. Vina Las Perdices Cabernet Sauvignon, Mendoza Argentina $16.99
25. Tormaresca ‘Paiara’, Puglia Italy $9.99
26. Purato Nero d’Avola, Sicily Italy $15.99
27. Nathalie Bonhomme ‘el petit bonhomme blanco’, Rueda Spain $14.99
28. Sperling Vineyards ‘The Market White’, Okanagan Valley BC $16.00
29. Dominio del Plata ‘Crios’ Torrontes, Argentina $15.99
30. J.G. Carrion Cristallino “Jaume Serra” Brut Nature Reserva Cava Spain $15.00
31. Bodegas Ateca ‘Garnacha de Fuego’ Calatayud Spain $15.95
32. Spier ‘Signature’ Chenin Blanc, Stellenbosch South Africa $14.99
33. La Vieille Ferme Blanc Cotes du Luberon, Rhone Valley France $13.99
34. Trivento ‘Amado Sur’ White, Mendoza, Argentina $13.95
35. Delas Cotes-Du-Ventoux, Rhone Valley, France $16.99
36. Perseus Pinot Gris, Okanagan Valley N/A
37. Casolari Lambrusco Di Sorbara DOC Frizzante, Emiglia~Romagna Italy $14.99
38. Domaine Gayda Grenache, Pays d’Oc France $14.99
39. Bodegas Escorihuela 1884 Syrah Reservado, Mendoza Argentina, 2012 $16.99
40. Undurraga ‘Sibaris’ Reserva Especial Carmenere, Colchagua Valley, Chile $15.99
41. Louis Bernard Cotes du Rhone Blanc, Rhone Valley France $14.99
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Kim Coates
Kim Coates

Kim Coates


Kim Coates is a heck of an actor. He’s currently preparing for Year Seven of Sons of Anarchy, the FX Series that’s wildly popular.
Kim was born in Saskatoon but he quickly moved into acting and spent considerable time at Stratford. Playing Macbeth during one season at the Stratford Theatre.
His next challenge was New York City, where he played Stanley Kowalski in A Streetcar Named Desire. Then it was on to Hollywood.
His is a face you don’t forget because of the roles he plays. Sons_of_Anarchy__Kim_Coates
Some of Kim’s appearance include
Pearl Harbor, Blackhawk Down,Assault on Precinct 13, The Island ,Resident Evil, Goon
And on tv…
Miami Vice, CSI, Entourage
Kim Coates is what you call A Working Actor.
However, we’re about to find out what he knows about wine..it’s going to be fun.
https://twitter.com/KimFCoates‎
www.fxnetworks.com/soa
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Soups on!
I have this thing about great soup. Makes me happy and I believe I’m in the Majority.
This is our first soup special and it kicks off with a Kick Off.
Please. Let me explain.
Dine Out Vancouver. Soup Kick Off

Dine Out Vancouver. Soup Kick Off


Dine Out Vancouver kicked off this week with a 50 chef soup.
50 Chefs each brought one ingredient (of their own choosing and with no advance coordination) to contribute to a communal cauldron. Under the watchful eye of Pacific Institute of Culinary Arts (PICA) Executive Chef Julian Bond, students struggled to keep up as endless ingredients streamed in, spanning the gamut between customary (celery) and downright wacky (raw cacao). Over the next few hours, the team seasoned, simmered and stirred the concoction into some semblance of appealing soup.
Produced by Tourism Vancouver, Dine Out Vancouver Festival is a city-wide celebration of eating out, attracting tens of thousands of local and visiting foodies to Vancouver’s exceptionally diverse collection of restaurants for 17 days.
Now in its 12th year, Canada’s largest restaurant festival allows diners to sample menus from hundreds of restaurants around the city, all for a prix fixe cost (price points are $18, $28 and $38 per person) and many with suggested BC VQA pairings.
Chef Julian Bond

Chef Julian Bond


We talk to Lucas Pavan, Team Leader of Dine Out Vancouver and PICA Executive Chef Julian Bond.
 
 
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Then it’s off to Brodo in Penticton. The chef/owner is Paul Cecconi who has a track record in competition, as one of the best soup masters in the West.
Chef Paul Cecconi

Chef Paul Cecconi


He was the chef at Local Lounge and Grille in Summerland but decided to open his own room when Amante went sideways.
Paul is one of the best natural chefs I’ve run across. He has a ease in the kitchen that lets you know great food is being created.
He won the Stone Soup Competition in Kelowna and then went into Vancouver to compete in the Chowder Championship. He won that too.
Paul gives up a couple of do’s and don’ts about making the great pot of soup.
Opened in May 2013, BRODO features locally-sourced ingredients in a variety of soups, sandwiches and salads, and the menu changes seasonally to reflect what’s fresh from the harvest. Unique to Penticton, the “flight of soups” has been a hit since opening — three soups to tempt taste buds, paired with a salad or sandwich. BRODO’s service is fresh and fast, true to Chef Paul Cecconi’s motto: simply fresh food.
http://www.tastebrodo.com/
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…and we finish this Soup Love-in at The Soup Meister in the Lonsdale Quay North Vancouver.
Ralf Daun has the slickest kitchen on the North Shore.
Ralf Dauns. The Soup Meister

Ralf Dauns. The Soup Meister


Teams of assistants greet the daily customers. Each one of them slicing, dicing and sorting the elements for the four daily soups.
Overseeing it all is Chef Ralf Dauns.
The Soup Meister was born in the Reil, Germany, which is a small European village that sits in the heart of the winemaking region of the Mosel. He was raised on a vineyard and guesthouse where he learned the winemaking processes at a very young age. His experiences working in the guesthouse are what sparked his passion for cooking. His family is still very much involved in the business.
He spent many years leading culinary teams in hotels all over the World.
While at the Intercontinental in Nairobi Kenya he cooked for Nelson Mandela, President De Klerk, and His Highness the Aga Khan .
Any chef who creates and serves four amazing soups every day is the perfect guest to finish our Soup Special.
Have a bowl. Make yourself happy.
 
tdm, your host… researching!Your Host
 
 
 
 

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January 22nd 2014- Kim Coates Interview

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Tasting Room Radio AB_BANNER
 
There’s something about a great bowl of soup. bowl-of-soup1Consuming it is comforting and fulfilling. Yes Indeed. BUT – making a great pot of soup can be the highlight of an entire day. The gathering, the sorting, the decisions and then the making of a pot of soup brings out the goodness in people. Time slows. Conversations starts. Memories are made.
Soups on!!!
The Wine Diva has a great new list for all of us who spent waaay too much over the Holidays.  The Diva has reviewed all these wines under $17.00.
The Pride of Saskatoon, Kim Coates  is a floor wax AND a Shampoo..A Canadian AND an Actor. He currently stars as Tig Trager in the FX series Sons of Anarchy. Tig knows his Tannins.
Then it’s a Soup Special. I’m crazy about well made soup and  I’m not the only one.
We welcome soup chefs from Brodo in  Penticton, Vancouver Culinary Institute and North Vancouver’s The Soup Meister.


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THE SHOW

Wine Diva

Wine Diva


The Wine Diva , Daenna van Mulligen tastes a LOT of wines..Over 2,000 bottles this year alone.
Besides reviewing the best ones, she also keeps a list of exactly which wines are cheaper keepers .
This list this week features  41  great wines UNDER $17.00.
If you’re looking to budget this month, then this list is for you. And you can thank the Wine Diva for the bargains!!
Details at  www.winediva.ca
1. San Felipe ‘Classic Label’ Malbec~Merlot, Mendoza Argentina $12.00
2. Masi Serego Alighieri Possessioni Rosso, Veneto Italy $16.99
3. Veuve du Vernay Blanc de Blancs Brut, France $14.99
4. Alamos Malbec, Mendoza Argentina $14.99
5. Gray Monk Riesling, Okanagan Valley BC $14.99
6. Cellar Hand ‘Free Run White’ Okanagan Valley BC $16.00
7. Quinta do Ameal Branco Seco Vinho Verde, Portugal $16.99
8. Santa Rita Reserva Pinot Noir, Cassablanca Chile $15.99
9. De Martino ‘Nuevo Mundo’ Cabernet Sauvignon~Malbec Reserva, Maipo Valley Chile $15.99
10. Cono Sur Organic Pinot Noir, Colchagua Valley Chile $15.49
11. Navarro Lopez Rojo Granrojo Tempranillo, Castilla Spain $17.00
12. La Posta ‘Cocina’ Tinto, Mendoza Argentina $17.99
13. Kaiken Cabernet Sauvignon Reserva, Mendoza $16.00
14. Loma Larca ‘Lomas del Valle’ Pinot Noir, Casablanca Chile $14.99
15. Pascual Toso Cabernet Sauvignon, Mendoza Argentina $13.99
16. Quarisa ’30 Mile’ Shiraz, Australia $14.99
17. La Poderosa Reserva Syrah, Chile $15.00
18. Castillo de Monseran Garnacha, Carinena Spain $9.99
19. Castillo de Malunda ‘Punto Y Coma’ Garnacha Vinas Viejas, Calatayud Spain $14.99
20. Bodegas San Alejandro ‘Pablo’ Old Vine Garnacha, Calatayud Spain $13.99
21. Domaine Bousquet Malbec, Tupungato, Mendoza Argentina $15.99,$8.99
22. Louis Latour ‘Ardeche’ Chardonnay, Coteaux de l’Ardeche France $14.99
23. Santa Carolina Sauvignon Blanc Reserva, Leyda Chile $12.99
24. Vina Las Perdices Cabernet Sauvignon, Mendoza Argentina $16.99
25. Tormaresca ‘Paiara’, Puglia Italy $9.99
26. Purato Nero d’Avola, Sicily Italy $15.99
27. Nathalie Bonhomme ‘el petit bonhomme blanco’, Rueda Spain $14.99
28. Sperling Vineyards ‘The Market White’, Okanagan Valley BC $16.00
29. Dominio del Plata ‘Crios’ Torrontes, Argentina $15.99
30. J.G. Carrion Cristallino “Jaume Serra” Brut Nature Reserva Cava Spain $15.00
31. Bodegas Ateca ‘Garnacha de Fuego’ Calatayud Spain $15.95
32. Spier ‘Signature’ Chenin Blanc, Stellenbosch South Africa $14.99
33. La Vieille Ferme Blanc Cotes du Luberon, Rhone Valley France $13.99
34. Trivento ‘Amado Sur’ White, Mendoza, Argentina $13.95
35. Delas Cotes-Du-Ventoux, Rhone Valley, France $16.99
36. Perseus Pinot Gris, Okanagan Valley N/A
37. Casolari Lambrusco Di Sorbara DOC Frizzante, Emiglia~Romagna Italy $14.99
38. Domaine Gayda Grenache, Pays d’Oc France $14.99
39. Bodegas Escorihuela 1884 Syrah Reservado, Mendoza Argentina, 2012 $16.99
40. Undurraga ‘Sibaris’ Reserva Especial Carmenere, Colchagua Valley, Chile $15.99
41. Louis Bernard Cotes du Rhone Blanc, Rhone Valley France $14.99
 
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Kim Coates

 
Sons_of_Anarchy__Kim_CoatesKim Coates is a heck of an actor.
He’s currently preparing for Year Seven of Sons of Anarchy, the FX Series that’s wildly popular. Kim was born in Saskatoon but he quickly moved into acting and spent considerable time at Stratford. Playing Macbeth during one season at the Stratford Theatre. His next challenge was New York City, where he played Stanley Kowalski in A Streetcar Named Desire. Then it was on to Hollywood.
 
 
 
His is a face you don’t forget because of the roles he plays. Some of Kim’s appearance includeKim Coates

  •  Pearl Harbor
  • Blackhawk Down
  • Assault on Precinct 13
  • The Island
  • Resident Evil
  • Goon

And on tvKim Coates 2

  • Miami Vice
  • CSI
  • Entourage

Kim Coates is what you call A Working Actor. However, we’re about to find out what he knows about wine..it’s going to be fun.
Send him a note on twitter… @KimFCoates
www.fxnetworks.com/soa
 
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Soups on

 
Vancouver Soup ChefsI have this thing about  great soup. Makes me happy and I believe I’m in the Majority. This is our first soup special and it kicks off with a  Kick Off.
Please. Let me explain. Dine Out Vancouver kicked off this week with a 50 chef soup.
Chef Julian Bond50 Chefs each brought one ingredient (of their own choosing and with no advance coordination) to contribute to a communal cauldron. Under the watchful eye of Pacific Institute of Culinary Arts (PICA) Executive Chef Julian Bond, students struggled to keep up as endless ingredients streamed in, spanning the gamut between customary (celery) and downright wacky (raw cacao). Over the next few hours, the team seasoned, simmered and stirred the concoction into some semblance of appealing soup.
Produced by Tourism Vancouver, Dine Out Vancouver Festival is a city-wide celebration of eating out, attracting tens of thousands of local and visiting foodies to Vancouver’s exceptionally diverse collection of restaurants for 17 days. Now in its 12th year, Canada’s largest restaurant festival allows diners to sample menus from hundreds of restaurants around the city, all for a prix fixe cost (price points are $18, $28 and $38 per person) and many with suggested BC VQA pairings.
 
We talk to Lucas Pavan, Team Leader of Dine Out Vancouver and PICA Executive Chef Julian Bond.
Brodo. PentictonThen it’s off to Brodo in Penticton.  The chef/owner is Paul Cecconi who has a track record in competition, as one of the best soup masters in the West. He was the chef at Local Lounge and Grille in Summerland but decided to open his own room when Amante went sideways. Paul is one of the best  natural chefs I’ve run across. He has a ease in the kitchen that lets you know great food is being created. He won the Stone Soup Competition in Kelowna and then went into Vancouver to compete in the Chowder Championship. He won that too. Paul gives up a couple of do’s and don’ts  about making the great pot of soup.
Chef Paul CecconiOpened in May 2013, BRODO features locally-sourced ingredients in a variety of soups, sandwiches and salads, and the menu changes seasonally to reflect what’s fresh from the harvest. Unique to Penticton, the “flight of soups” has been a hit since opening — three soups to tempt taste buds, paired with a salad or sandwich. BRODO’s service is fresh and fast, true to Chef Paul Cecconi’s motto: simply fresh food.
http://www.tastebrodo.com/
 
 
…and we finish this Soup Love-in at The Soup Meister in the Lonsdale Quay North Vancouver. Ralf Daun has the slickest kitchen on the North Shore. Teams of assistants greet the daily customers.  Each one of them slicing, dicing and sorting the  elements for the four daily soups.
Ralf Dauns. The Soup MeisterOverseeing it all is Chef Ralf Dauns.
The Soup Meister was born in the Reil, Germany, which is a small European village that sits in the heart of the winemaking region of the Mosel.  He was raised on a vineyard and guesthouse where he learned the winemaking processes at a very young age. His experiences working in the guesthouse are what sparked his passion for cooking. His family is still very much involved in the business.
He spent many years leading culinary teams in hotels all over the World. While at the Intercontinental in Nairobi Kenya he cooked for Nelson MandelaPresident De Klerk, and His Highness the Aga Khan . Any chef who creates and serves four amazing soups every day is the perfect guest to finish our Soup Special.
 
 
Have a bowl.  Make yourself happy.
Tdm
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STORIES WE’RE WORKING ON

The Food Trucks of Vancouver.