Spooning and Forking

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CJSW's original food program. Focusing on the quirky and unexplored side of food culture and is generally local in scope. Episode topics include community gardens, the Slow Food movement, late night eats, urban bee-keeping, and the food featured at some of Calgary's most popular music festivals.

#41: Hunting Nov. 27, 2012

Curious about hunting? I mean, we are in Alberta... Naddine speaks with Big Game Specialist Rob Corrigan and Food Enthusiast, Kevin Kossowan about Hunting. Then, she speaks with Executive Chef Andrew Winfield at River Cafe about cooking big game.

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Older Episodes

#40: Sausages Oct. 31, 2012
Not one to shy away from a double entendre (Spooning & Forking anyone?), Naddine creates her own Sausage party by chatting with Chef Michael Allemeier of SAIT's Culinary program, Connie Desousa from Charcut, and two sausage- making competitors: Doris Kools and Robert Ruff.
#39: CSAs and Canning Sept. 25, 2012
With fall comes comfie sweaters, puffy jackets, and cooler temperatures. Looking for indoor activities? Why not try canning? Naddine speaks with Ellen Kelly of City Palate, Brenda Lerner of Jammin' It, and Executive Chef Geoff Rogers about canning & preserving. We also chat to Noble Gardens & Almost Urban Vegetables ...
#38: Seafood July 31, 2012
Seafood in Alberta? Why not! Naddine speaks about seafood, oceanwise and why the oyster is the perfect signifier for sustainability. Guests include Michael McDermid of the Oceanwise program at the Vancouver Aquarium; The Oysterman himself, Brent Petkau; Shaun Strobel from Skipper Otto Salmon CSF; and Executive Chef Kyle Groves, of ...
#38: Seafood July 31, 2012
Seafood in Alberta? Why not! Naddine speaks about seafood, oceanwise and why the oyster is the perfect signifier for sustainability. Guests include Michael McDermid of the Oceanwise program at the Vancouver Aquarium; The Oysterman himself, Brent Petkau; Shaun Strobel from Skipper Otto Salmon CSF; and Executive Chef Kyle Groves, of ...
It is Festival season in Calgary, folks. Naddine speaks with the Calgary Stampede, Taste of Calgary, Calgary Folk Music Festival, BBQ on the Bow, Calgary Eats, Fiestaval, and Sun & Salsa for all the delicious eats happening this summer.
Ever wonder what happens to horses at the end of their lives? We chat with Canadian Food Inspector, Dr. Martin Appelt and Chairman of the Horse Welfare Alliance, Bill Des Barres, about horse meat for human consumption. Then we chat with a couple chefs in Calgary who serve horse meat ...
#35: Foie Gras April 25, 2012
Not all Foie Gras is bad. Naddine delves into the subject with 2 local chefs, Chef Xavier Lacaze from Muse Restaurant, and Chef Michael Dekker, formerly of Rouge and now culinary instructor at SAIT. We also speak with Sid Andrews, a waterfowl expert for the City of Calgary parks department ...
#34: Dumpster Diving March 20, 2012
Amanda speaks with a graduate student from the University of Calgary who sources his food partially from "Dumpster Diving". Ask the Expert gets the official word on Dumpster Diving from the City of Calgary.
#33: Seedy Saturday March 13, 2012
Naddine spoke with Janet Melrose of the Calgary Horticultural Society about "Seedy Saturday", an event happening this Saturday, March 17, 2012 at the Hillhurst Sunnyside Community Centre.
#32: Chocolate Feb. 28, 2012
Amanda talks to local chocolate experts John Fleck of Ephiphane Chocolate and Derrick Pho, Head Chocolatier of Bernard Callebaut, about chocolate's journey from bean to bar. For ATE, Naddine asks Janet Melrose of Calgary Horticultural Society, "Which flowers are edible?"
#31: French pt. 2 Feb. 21, 2012
What is better than a fresh made pain au chocolat? One that comes from your oven. This week Naddine talks to Pascal Bagioli from Pascal's Patisserie about French pastry.
#30: French pt. 1 Feb. 14, 2012
Naddine sits down with Gilles Brassart of Cassis Bistro to talk about why people love French Food and what he is doing to help us folks out.
#29: Wine Feb. 7, 2012
Naddine speaks with author Natalie MacLean about how non-experts can enjoy a bottle of wine.
#28: Tea pt. 2 of 2 Jan. 31, 2012
Amanda and Naddine go to the Banff Springs Hotel to learn more about British style afternoon tea. And then they discuss how to create your own afternoon tea experience at home. Also an Ask the Expert chatting with Michael from Fairtrade Canada.
#27: Tea pt. 1 of 2 Jan. 17, 2012
Jonathan Kane from The Naked Leaf tea shop in Kensington teaches Amanda the ins and outs of Tea. Also Naddine speaks with Connie DeSousa of Charcut about Charpop!
#26: Sake Jan. 11, 2012
Amanda speaks to sake expert Elise Gee about the rice based beverage and it's creation and consumption. Helen Wong of Blowfish Sushi also joins us in studio to discuss different kinds of sake.
Naddine and Amanda spoke with Leona from the Jungle Farm (Innisfail Growers Association), Darrel from Winter's Turkeys, Bonnie from Spragg Meats and Kevin from the Saskatoon Farm about traditional holiday meal ingredients produced within a 100-Mile radius of Calgary. With help from Patty at Sunnyside Natural Market and Chandra at ...
#24: Cheese Dec. 13, 2011
Amanda and Naddine head to Red Deer to learn more about Sylvan Star Cheese. Amanda also speaks with Janice Beadon of Janice Beadon Fine Cheese and FARM. Also, an Ask the Expert on turducken featuring the Railway Deli in Canmore.
#23: Eggs pt. 3 of 3 Dec. 6, 2011
Geoff Rogers from Home Tasting Room cooks up some eggs for the Spooning & Forking crew to see whether spending more eggs makes a difference in taste. Special guest and foodie Gwendolyn Richards joins us! Also, an Ask the Expert featuring an area egg specialist working for the Canadian Food ...