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Hey y'all! I'm Trish - an obnoxiously curious journalist with a passion for all things food and wine. As a long-time, former TV news anchor, I've been telling stories and asking questions for nearly two decades. Now, I'm bringing you long-form, intimate interviews and fun conversations with interesting people involved in the culinary, wine, and epicurean world. Hear unedited stories about growing up, life lessons, love, hardships, butt clench moments, successes and of course, food. You'll he ...
 
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Trish rounds out the year with a fun and interesting interview with David Page - former Executive Producer and creator of hit TV show "Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives." As a former network news producer, the two talk about the news industry - the good, the bad, and the ugly and what sparked his desire to start a new book. "Food Americana" was publishe…
 
A blast from the past as these two Aiken, South Carolina kids catch up in a big way. Trish met Suzanne Cupps in middle school and the two became fast friends. After college, Suzanne struggled a bit to figure out the "what's next" and ended up moving to New York City where she eventually enrolled in cooking school, although she'll tell you (and her …
 
Cheers! Super funny Sam Block on the podcast, chatting with Trish about growing up with a bunch of boys, getting into cooking, working on a cruise line, and why she started a TikTok channel. The two share a cocktail for the interview, share their dreams for the world (not really), and talk about food. And writing a cookbook. And being single.…
 
Recipe developer, cookbook author, chef, and all around cool chick Julie Tanous chats with Trish about all things food. Julie talks about her recent cookbook she wrote with friend, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, and the success it's seen in the last few months. Then, it was on to Thanksgiving Day talk. Julie is digging into her cookbook for the dishes she'l…
 
Trish chats with Todd Schulkin - the Executive Director of The Julia Child Foundation about his journey to the role and so much more! He talked about his New Yorker parents, his (and their) connection to food, his time as a talent agent, and the first time he met Julia Child. Todd hosts the foundation's podcast, "Inside Julia's Kitchen," and asks e…
 
Trish launches the first episode of "Hungry for More," with chef and cooking show host, Sara Moulton. The two talk about the first time they chatted (Episode 121) and Sara's role in this brand new podcast. Sara just wrapped up the 10th season of "Sara's Weeknight Meals." She talks about the challenges she and the crew faced in the last few months g…
 
Welcome to “Hungry for More : An Epicurean's Dilemma."I'm a former, long time TV news anchor, with nearly 20 years in the business. I recently left the news world for new adventures and this is one of them. "Hungry for More" will explore the culinary and wine worlds and the people in them. We'll discover, together, their stories and their journey i…
 
Trish chats it up with the owner and Executive Chef of Mother's Bistro Bar in Portland, Oregon. Born and raised in Philadelphia, Lisa Schroeder talks about growing up in a Jewish family and that cooking is simply in her blood. Before she was born, her mother owned a small, but wildly successful restaurant and Lisa would tend to adopt neighborhood J…
 
Trish chats it up Kerry Diamond, founder of Cherry Bombe, a media company that celebrates women in and around the world of food. She's also the host of Radio Cherry Bombe, the #1 podcast about women and food in the U.S. Fascinating conversations about how Kerry got her start in journalism (she tells stories about walking around neighborhoods, knock…
 
Trish interviews former news producer and author David Page about his life in news and creating the hit show, "Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives," on the Food Network. He recently wrote the book, "Food Americana," which is all about the cuisine of America and how it came about. David tells stories from his former news days, the moment he got burned out,…
 
Trish talks to author Kirsten Shockey, who has written several books including "Homebrewed Vinegar," and "Big Book of Cider Making." She talks about brewing vinegar and how easy it is to do it in your own home. She says it all started with the old apple trees on her property and how she wanted to preserve them. She breaks down the many different wa…
 
Trish chats with recipe developer and cookbook author Julie Tanous about her cookbook, "Food Between Friends," she wrote with actor and fellow food lover, Jesse Tyler Ferguson. She talks about growing up in the south, going to culinary school, and moving to Los Angeles with her husband. Tanous says she was pregnant in the city, didn't know anyone, …
 
Trish chats with the brilliant David Becker, founder of the Center for Election Innovation and Research. Becker, an election law expert talks a lot about the most recent election season, and his surprise at how long it went on for. He was a frequent flier on CBS News during and after the 2020 presidential election. He calls it one of the most secur…
 
Trish talks to Ellen Bennett, the founder of Hedley & Bennett, a company she started that makes aprons and kitchen gear. Bennett recently wrote and released the book, "Dream First, Details Later : How to quit overthinking and make it happen." She talks about growing up half English, half Mexican, with a single, hard-working mama and how the desire …
 
Trish talks to food stylist Christine Tobin about her work at Christopher Kimball's Milk Street, and the several movies she's worked on. Tobin talks about growing up in Holliston, Massachusetts and her nana, from Sicily living with the family. She says from the beginning, she was surrounded by excellent cooks and beautiful food. Her parents and the…
 
Trish interviews podcast host Gabriel Ornelas about connecting with people, learning more than what's on the surface and his love of backgammon. Ornelas hosts "On the Pass," a podcast by The Art of Plating. Ornelas interviews a wide variety of people within the culinary world including chefs, hoteliers, mixologists, and more. The two chat about his…
 
Trish chats it up with award-winning author, speaker, consultant and TV host, Leslie Sbrocco. She was voted one of the top 100 most influential people in the American wine business, sharing her knowledge on wine and creating wine programs for businesses around the globe. Leslie calls herself a translator when it comes to wine, breaking down the con…
 
Super fun conversation with America's Test Kitchen co-host Julia Collin Davison. She talked to Trish about growing up in Rochester, New York, going to cooking school and then landing what she calls the perfect job at America's Test Kitchen. Davison talks about how Cooks Illustrated magazine and America's Test Kitchen have evolved over the years, th…
 
Trish chats with the man dubbed the "wine anti-snob" by the Wall Street Journal. Tim Hanni was awarded the title Master of Wine in 1990 - one of the first of two resident Americans to achieve that honor, which the wine industry regards as the highest achievement and wrote the book, "Why you like the wines you like." Hanni is also a professionally-t…
 
She's an expert in her field, award-winning bartender, mixologist and philanthropist Lynnette Marrero chats with Trish about how she propelled herself in this male-dominated industry. She's currently teaching a MasterClass on the fundamentals of mixology, helping home bartenders make a better drink. She talks about the steps it took to get to where…
 
Trish interviews Professor Jeffrey Pilcher, currently a Professor of Food History at the University of Toronto. Jeffrey has written several books, including "Planet Taco : A Global History of Mexican Food." The two talk about how he got into becoming a food historian and Jeffrey recalls one moment he remembers specifically, at his brother's rehears…
 
Trish chats with American Chef Sara Moulton on her many successes in the last few decades. From New York City, Sara talks growing up there, loving food (she says all the junk food), and then realizing her mother was doing some amazing things in the kitchen. You could say that's where it all started. Sara tells the story of how it was her mother who…
 
For the 100th episode of Off Script, Trish talks to the lovely and talented Kate Mulligan, best known in Southern Oregon for her work at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. Kate talks lovingly about her father, Jim Mulligan, who was one of the first writers of the show "Laugh In" and "M*A*S*H", but who has a very long, impressive resume of shows he wa…
 
Trish chats with Pizzana chef and incredibly joyful Daniele Uditi. He grew up in culinary family : mom was a chef, his aunt was a bread maker, and his grandfather was a pastry chef. He moved to America in 2010, lived in a van in Venice Beach and not quite sure what he would do, although he knew it would involved being in the kitchen. Word spread qu…
 
Trish interviews Medford Fire Chief Eric Thompson, and Battalion Chief Jason John about the deadly Almeda Fire on September 8th. The Medford Fire Department called back crews on that day and every firefighter working was assigned to help protect people and property. The two talk about the difficult decisions they made about leaving burning building…
 
This week, Trish talks to Eric Shannon, creator and owner of Big Barker, "real beds for big dogs." Eric talks about growing up Lansdale, Pennsylvania, how he was absolutely terrified of dogs, but then how one very special dog changed it all for him. Shannon started in the pet supply business, but increasingly became more interested in beds, mostly …
 
Trish talks to brewer, Jessica Cruzan from Deschutes Brewery in Bend. Jessica talks about growing up in Louisiana and discovering her love of beer not only through her dad, but a job she took while living in Washington, D.C. That interest led her to beer school (yes, that's a thing) and something a little unexpected -- an opportunity at one of her …
 
Hand me a cocktail and leave me alone to cook... that's just one of the ideas Trish and Christopher Kimball from Milk Street have in common.In Episode 117 - Trish chats with the man behind the very popular "Milk Street," and his inspiration in starting the magazine and cooking school, his new cookbook and the common mistakes people make at home in …
 
This was a treat with a capital T. Trish interviews Italian-American chef Lidia Bastianich. She's an Emmy award winning television host, author and restauranteur who moved to New York at the age of 12. She and her family had to escape their life in Istria, where she left her Grandma Rosa and lived in a refugee camp for 2 years. She tells wonderful,…
 
Trish Glose talks to Rebecca Bender, CEO and founder of RBI and human trafficking survivor. Rebecca grew up in Southern Oregon and says she had big dreams for herself. She found herself moving to Las Vegas with her boyfriend, what she says she hoped would be the beginning of an exciting new life, but instead, turned into a nightmare the first night…
 
Trish Glose talks to the Executive Director of Healthcare Ready, Nicolette Louissaint. The organization focuses on the country's healthcare supply chain and making it stronger before, during and after disasters. Nicolette was appointed to serve on the Federal Emergency Management Agency's National Advisory Council in 2019. She talks about the immed…
 
He survived Hurricane Katrina and the hurdles and challenges he faced are the reasons he's in his current line of work. Daniel Aldrich is a professor of Political Science, Public Policy and Urban Affairs and the director of Security and Resilience Studies Program at Northeastern University. He's also carried out more than five years of field work i…
 
Tragedy hit close to home for Trish, as she and most of Southern Oregon watched parts of their community go up in flames on August 8, 2020. The devastating Almeda Fire severely burned the towns of Talent and Phoenix and now many are wondering what's next. Trish talks to Jeff Schlegelmilch the director of the National Center of Disaster Preparedness…
 
Sumptuous and wino... just a couple of definitions for "lush" and we're not mad at either. Trish talks to Sommelier Sarah Tracey, certified by the Court of Master Sommeliers and founder of The Lush Life. She talks about her love of music and how one bad night after playing a club with her band (and an offer to travel to Tuscany) ultimately pushed h…
 
She can DRAW Snoopy (and all the other Peanuts characters)!!! Trish interviews cartoonist Paige Braddock, the Chief Creative Officer of the Approvals Team at the Schulz Studio. She and her team oversee the art and editorial content for all Peanuts products around the globe. Paige says while she can draw all the Peanuts characters, the team usually …
 
Trish Glose learns all about astrology and horoscopes with Lisa Stardust, an astrologer based in New York City. She's been a part of the astrology community for more than 10 years and has written horoscopes for major publications, including The Hoodwitch and Teen Vogue. She breaks down what it means to write out horoscopes, what's been happening wi…
 
Trish Glose interviews Julie Grauert, a retired news anchor turned advocate for curing spinal cord injury. Julie talks about growing up in Lake Oswego, Oregon before heading east to school. She worked at a television station in Portland and while she loved the job, she says her real dream was getting to New York City by the age of 30. Julie talks a…
 
Trish Glose interviews the "King of Pot", now turned "King of Hemp". It's Bruce Perlowin, CEO of Hemp, Inc. and one of the biggest pot smugglers on the West Coast in the sixties. He talks about how he got into the world of smuggling, the infrastructure he built, and how ultimately, he got caught. He tells tales from the co-ed prison he was in, what…
 
Trish Glose interviews Dr. Elia Gourgouris, also known as "The Happiness Doctor." Dr. Elia is the president of The Happiness Center, an organization that's "dedicated to helping others find personal success and happiness." The two talk about his work as a clinical psychologist for nearly 20 years before he says the job was starting to burn him out,…
 
Trish Glose talks to the woman behind the popular online blog, "What to do in Southern Oregon." Lanessa Pierce started it when she herself was looking for inexpensive, fun things to do with her family. It grew from there into the business it is today. Lanessa talks about growing up in Southern California, not being at fan (at first) of Southern Ore…
 
Trish Glose talks to comedian Leanne Morgan about her roots, where she found her humor, how she got her start and why she's different than other comedians out there. She also talks about her podcast, "Sweaty and Pissed : Menopause and more", and how the funny and informative discussions have helped others maneuver their way through the sometimes di…
 
Trish Glose interviews Restless Network founder, Olivia DeRamus. Olivia, originally from Washington, D.C. was looking for a world of new experiences and decided to head west for college. She says she was loving life at her California university, but everything changed when, at the age of 19, she was sexually assaulted. Despite winning her two unive…
 
Trish Glose talks to chef Tim Keller about his journey through many kitchens, including some in Southern Oregon. He explains where his love of cooking came from, how he really always wanted to be a rock star, and why he thinks chefs hop from kitchen to kitchen. He also tells the story about one of the worst things that happened to him inside a kitc…
 
Trish Glose interviews former KTVL co-worker, April Warnecke. The two talk about that first TV job and April's journey to where she is now, a morning meteorologist in Phoenix for "Good Morning Arizona." April goes into the challenges she and fellow co-workers have faced during the pandemic, how she literally married the sports guy, and forecasting …
 
Trish Glose talks to well known free-diving, spear fisher woman Valentine Thomas. She talks about growing up in Montreal, Canada, being bullied in high school and having no friends and eventually going to law school to study criminology law. She moved to London where she eventually got into hedge funds and became highly successful, but left it all …
 
Trish Glose interviews former professor and the coordinator of Recruitment and Retention at the Reynolds School of Journalism at the University of Nevada, Reno, Paul Mitchell. The two talk about how journalism has changed in the last couple of decades, when it comes to reporting and teaching young journalists. He brings up some of those success sto…
 
Trish Glose chats with restaurant owner Braden Hitt. Hitt owns Over Easy in downtown Medford. The two talk about Braden growing up in Oklahoma City, moving to Portland to pursue his chef dreams, and how ended up in Southern Oregon. He tells some great stories of faux pas in the kitchen, injuries he's sustained over the years, and his favorite story…
 
Trish Glose talks to semi-retired plastic and reconstructive surgeon, Ron Worland. He talks about growing up on the East coast, having a twin and signing with the Ford agency to do commercials and other modeling work. He says it was all to pay for medical school. He also goes into the motivation behind excelling in reconstructive surgery, the late …
 
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