The Triangle has been touted as “One of America’s best food cities” and has quickly gained national acclaim for it’s thriving and expanding culinary scenes. It’s hard to keep up. It seems a new hot spot opens daily in Raleigh, Durham and Chapel Hill, and all over North Carolina. The once historic tobacco districts have turned into a new blend of cool culture and food discoveries rich in variety, tradition, creativity and access to fresh, prime ingredients.
Each Sunday, discover the journeys and back stories of our most talented chefs, rising stars, bakers, cooks, grill masters, brewers, farmers, herbalists, foragers, winemakers and everything in between. In Kitty’s “Sound Palate,” our favorite chefs pair signature dishes with a piece of music or bartenders pair a specialty cocktail with a tune – their inspirations become our Sunday soundtrack.
Don’t miss Kitty Kinnin’s Sound Palate every Sunday morning from 8am – 11am.
Kitty Interviews Chef Teddy Diggs of Coronato Pizza about the upcoming Cooking for a Classic competition.Continue Reading
Kitty Interviews Matt Hannon of Ashten’s Restaurant about the upcoming Cooking for a Classic competition.Continue Reading
Kitty speaks with Bo Peterson of Primal Food and Spirits in Durham.Continue Reading
Listen as Kitty speaks with Daniel Benjamin of lucettegrace.Continue Reading
“Cheetie Kumar is a literal rock star. Recently nominated for a prestigious James Beard award as best chef in the Southeast, Cheetie has a trio of hotspots in downtown Raleigh co-owned with her husband and bandmate, Paul Siler.Continue Reading
There’s a new local vodka that’s already buzzing around the country. Bedlam Vodka founder Brandon and bartender extraordinaire, Jesse, stop by studio!Continue Reading
Ashley Capps, Pastry Chef at the Buxton Hall BBQ in Asheville, is this week’s featured Sound Palate guest.Continue Reading
Listen as Chef Whitney Dane of the Honeysuckle Tea House tells Kitty the story behind the tea house, the health benefits of tea, and gives her Sound Palate Pairing.Continue Reading