Podcast with Lindsay Slevin of Twin Sisters Creamery

Podcast content includes:

  • Lindsay Slevin of Twin Sisters Creamery - pairing cheese and beer
  • Answering veggie questions on okra, eggplant, veggie broth and more
  • Leslie Kelly - fills us in on all the new foodie movies at the Seattle International Film Festival
  • Sharon Baden of Spanish Table-now Paris Madrid Grocery shares her tips on the perfect paella and other Spanish bites
  • Memorial Day party using Asparagus in every course with help from Joel Panlilio Executive Chef at Tilth
Click podcast below to play.  Or go to site here: Seattle Kitchen [audio mp3="https://bellingham.objects.liquidweb.services/legacysiteimages/2019/05/Seattle-Kitchen.mp3"][/audio]

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