Virtual Meetup: New Series "TASTEABLE: California" debuts

  • February 7, 2014 · 1:00 PM


TasteTV, launched in 2004 as the first multi-platform digital lifestyle media network in history, is pleased to announce the broadcast debut of its newest program, and the first developed for local public television, called "TASTEABLE: California."

On "TASTEABLE: California", celebrated food and travel author and producer A.K. Crump takes viewers on a culinary tour of California food and wine creators and destinations.

The 13-episode program debuts on May 10th in the San Francisco Bay Area on KRCB Public Television (Ch. 22 / 722, reaching 2.5 million households across the San Francisco Bay Area and Northern California on cable and dish). "TASTEABLE: California" also plans to expand to other public television across the state later in the year. Season 2 debuts in Fall 2013. Each episode is 30-minutes in length.


Episode and Guide Descriptions:

Show 101: "TASTEABLE: California"
San Francisco's Pier 23's Crab & Squash Angel Hair Pasta Recipe and Sally Rand cocktail recipe, a tour of Alameda's Rock Wall Wines, a visit to Petaluma Market for Sonoma Cheeses, a tour of Le Garage in Sausalito, and Berkeley's Bistro Liaison recipe for Foie en Vol au Vent.

Show 102: "TASTEABLE: California"
San Francisco's Pier 23's Golden Gate cocktail recipe, Author Michael Cervin's wine travel tips for Paso Robles, Half Moon Bay's Sam's Chowder House recipe for cod with pumpkin puree, a discovery of the latest in Absinthe by Raff Distillerie of Treasure Island, a tour of the Depot Cafe in Mill Valley, and Saratoga Chocolates' recipe for Caramelized Dark Chocolate Hazelnuts.

Show 103: "TASTEABLE: California"
San Francisco's Sauce Restaurant recipe for stuffed crab won tons, a tour of the Chrissy Field's Warming Hut Cafe, a visit to Petaluma Market on how to care for artisan cheese, a tasting trip to Napa's Oxbow Market

Show 104: "TASTEABLE: California"
Author Michael Cervin's wine travel tips for the Sierra Foothills, San Francisco's Pier 23 recipe for baked cheese salad, Saratoga Chocolates recipe for toffee, Palo Alto's Joya restaurant recipe for Spanish paella, and a tour of the DeYoung Museum Cafe.

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