In this Episode
On this episode of Thyme for Sharing, host Lara Lyn Carter explores Monticello, Virginia, the beloved home of the first “foodie” Thomas Jefferson! From his extensive notes, we learn how America’s third president set the table and entertained guests with fresh foods from his gardens and orchards. We then fill up a glass with Gabriele Rausse to discuss Jefferson’s early passion for wine. Lara Lyn even solves a historic debate: did Jefferson introduce ice cream to America? Finally, it’s back to Lara Lyn’s kitchen to whip up an all-American dinner featuring an herbed pork tenderloin, cornbread salad, and grown-up ice cream.
Barbara Seelig-Brown is a chef, culinary educator, published cookbook author, food and wine columnist as well as the TV host of Stress Free Cooking on PBS and FoodyTV.
Chef Sandra Mallut arrived in Las Vegas from Southern California where she went to culinary school in Pasadena. She joined the industry wanting to express her creative side and apply it in a differen...
Chef, Greek food ambassador, author, healthy lifestyle expert.