Master Sommelier and Master of Wine Doug Frost joined Steve Kraske for a discussion about wine pairings (and beer, too) for your summer gathering.
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Kansas City, MO – Whatever your plans entail - from a backyard barbeque or park picnic, to a large gathering under a tent, you're sure to learn something new about wine and discover a variety you might not have considered before.
Hear the Food Critics dish about new and favorite restaurants, and explore recent topics from outdoor dining to ice cream. Listen to previous Food Critics shows by visiting the Walt Bodine Audio Archives and search for "food."
Kansas City, MO – Passover celebrates the journey of the Jewish people out of slavery in Egypt. A special text called The Haggadah organizes the Seder meal through rituals such as dipping parsley in salt water to symbolize the tears of suffering. The evening progresses through prayers and song and ends with the celebration of freedom. Laura Ziegler visited the home of John and Debbie Starr -- who invited family and friends for their Seder -- and prepared this audio postcard.
Kansas City, MO – Igor and Karina Papikian are both of Armenian and Russian descent. When they were forced to leave their home in Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan, in 1990 they weren't accepted in either Armenia or Russia. So, they decided to come to the United States. They ended up in Kansas City a place they'd only read about in a Theodore Dreiser novel. Linda Sher spent an evening with the Papikians and their daughter Ana, to learn about their journey, their life and their cooking.