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14: Debra Rosen, North San Diego Business Chamber on Thinking Local First

CEO of the North San Diego Business Chamber talks about Thinking Local First. Host Katie Stokes and Debra Rosen discuss early memories about “eating our veggies” as kids and the many ways the North San Diego Business Chamber supports local businesses in San Diego County through events like conferences on entrepreneurship, the upcoming 11th annual Women’s Week event, their Think Local First program, and more.

13: Trevor Bowles with Maker’s Mark Talks Cocktails and International Women’s Day

Trevor Bowles, longtime San Diegan and Brand Ambassador for Maker’s Mark joined host Katie Stokes to reminisce about childhood memories of gardening and favorite dishes, plus his professional journey which started very early, and more recently his work with Maker’s Mark which among many other awesome projects led him to co-produce an upcoming event on the occasion of International Women’s Day, a benefit for Kitchens For Good to be held at WD Dickinson farm. Last but not least, some pro tips on making great cocktails.

12: Talking About Good News Close to Home with Brad Weber from Local Umbrella Media

Edible San Diego Publisher Katie Stokes sits down with fellow publisher Brad Weber, who heads Local Umbrella Media, a group of 34 hyper-local community newspapers. Brad talks about his rural origins and publishing upbeat news for neighborhoods throughout San Diego County.

11: When Following Your Dreams Brings Comfort Foods to the World!

Edible San Diego Publisher Katie Stokes chats with Chef Alynn Silliman from Neat Underground, a popup restaurant in Imperial Beach’s Red House Kitchen. Chef Alynn talks about how she came to be a chef, what rustic, comfort-food cooking means to her, and why sourcing locally is so important.

S2: 33 – Rob Ruiz of Land + Water Co. | FM Report: WK2 July Midsummer’s Produce Dream

Rob Ruiz of The Land & Water Co. comes on to talk all about his upcoming event “Gastronomy without Borders” by Edible San Diego with Javier Plascencia. Joe Herrmann shares the aftermath of Fourth of July weekend along with what’s crackin’ in the Farmer’s Market cooler!

S2: 32 – Chef Adrien Villarreal of Tahona | FM Report: WK1 July Summer Staples

Today’s Farmer’s Market Report features Summer staples like eggplant, squash and melons! Also, Chef Adrien Villarreal is in for a chat about Mezcal!

S2: 30 – Chef Justin Vaiciunas of Luca at The Guild Hotel

Chef Justin Caiciunas of Luca at The Guild Hotel is new to San Diego and bringing life into a classic San Diego building. Also, the Farmer’s Market report with Joe Herrmann features ‘A Slow Start To Summer’

S2: 29 – Nik & Lee Of Paleo Treats | FM Report: WK2 May Bring On The Stone Fruit

A look into Paleo Treats with Nik and Lee with a Farmer’s Market Report by Joe Herrmann; here comes the stone fruit! Plus, local Blue Lake beans at Market Restaurant, Del Mar.

S2: 28 – Arielle Moskow of EVE | FM Report: WK5 Apr The Start of Stonefruit

Joe and Joe give us a Farmer’s Market report featuring cherries and berries. EVE’s own Arielle Moskow tells us all about their original Encinitas location and gives us a few teasers about what’s to come in the brand new Oceanside location.

S2: 22 – Chef Nick Paulerio of Storyhouse Spirits | FM Report: WK1 March Madness

Chef Nick Paulerio from Storyhouse Spirits in the East Village stops by to talk all about their brand new concept, starting in 2019. Plus, it’s March Madness in the Farmer’s Market, Joe and Joe bring us the green goods!