Nationally known on the Sonoma County and national food and restaurant scene, Clark Wolf is food and wine. He has consulted to eateries and food businesses at the highest and most casual levels. He helped create the country’s first Food Studies program, at NYU. While outspoken and assertive, he really prefers to collaborate. He also admits “I’m a bad hungry person.” Join Clark as he talks with leading food, farming, wine and restaurant folks, from right near home and across the country, who make a difference every day -and see how what we do here in Sonoma County is so important, wonderful so unique!
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Host Clark Wolf talks with Dana Pedersen, Superintendent of Guerneville School District. Clark and Dana talk about the Guerneville School Garden and its impact on the students, staff, and community at large. Children learn what it takes
Host Clark Wolf talks with Shalie Jonker, who owns Noble Goat Farm with her husband Jeremy. The Jonker family purchased a pomegranate farm in Healdsburg and have recently brought in Jon Vanderveld to farm the property. You
Host Clark Wolf talks with Jonathan Beard, Culinary Instructor at Sonoma Valley Unified about his program for high school students, including access to local agriculture and cooking with the seasons. Jonathan Beard owned Lucy’s in Sebastopol, a
Host Clark Wolf talks with Darek Trowbridge, Pastoral Winemaker at Old World Winery about his efforts to build healthy soil. Darek makes natural wines which do not have added yeast, just the naturally occurring yeasts that already
Host Clark Wolf talks about the upcoming return of the Gravenstein Apple Fair, the sweetest little fair in Sonoma County! We talk with Fair organizers, as well as a farmer and a local artisan food producer. Be
Host Clark Wolf talks about the inaugural Healdsburg Wine & Food Experience happening May 20-22, 2022 at various locations in and around Healdsburg. Guests include event founder Steve Dveris, Chef Duskie Estes, Chef Douglas Keane, and Chef
Host Clark Wolf welcomes guests from the California Artisan Cheese Festival. The Festival is returning to an in-person event after two years. The Grand Tasting and Marketplace is happening on Saturday, May 7th at the Sonoma County
Clark Wolf talks with Betsy Fischer, Chair of the Culinary Arts Department at Santa Rosa Junior College, and Cindy Mushet, Instructor for the Specialty Production Baking course at SRJC. The SRJC Bakery is open again after 2
Clark Wolf talks with Chef Bradley Wildridge, owner of Bayou on the Bay. Chef Bradley shares the family roots of his pop-up kitchen and how you can try this cajun cooking (sometimes cajun fusion!) at various farmers
Host Clark Wolf talks with writer Michele Anna Jordan about the state of food writing and restaurant criticism in this episode of At the Table. Learn more about Michele Anna Jordan on her website.