In Mah Mouf: Foodie Radio

Markette explores culinary topics national and local, and speaks with the people cooking, growing, and mixing your food and drinks.

Past Episodes

  • Episode 14: Desserts with Ally Fortin Aired: Tuesday, April 5, 2016

    In this fourteenth episode of In Mah Mouf, Ally Fortin - pastry chef at Lento - joins me in a pre-recorded show to discuss all things desserts. In this episode, Ally discusses her culinary education, the chemistry behind some of her favorite desserts, what its like to work with Art Rogers and the crew at Lento, and shares with Markette the secrets behind her ice cream, her future culinary plans, and the family foodie holiday tradition that initially sparked her interest in becoming a pastry chef.

  • Episode 13: Greene Food with Graham Greene Aired: Tuesday, March 29, 2016

    In this thirteenth episode of In Mah Mouf, Graham Greene - founder of Greene Food and last summer's pop-up restaurant Beth - joins Markette in a pre-recorded show to discuss his vision for Greene Food. In this episode, Graham shares details about the inspirational woman behind his passion for cuisine and hospitality, his recent travels to Northern England and Copenhagen, the meal he's missing most from a Rochester restaurant, and his future plans for both Rochester and his current home - San Francisco.

  • Episode 12: Foodie Content Creators Panel Aired: Tuesday, March 22, 2016

    In this twelfth episode of In Mah Mouf, a panel of foodie content creators including author Diane Rivoli; podcaster and writer Chris Lindstrom; and blogger and writer Stephanie Hanna join me in a pre-recorded show to discuss crafting content related to food. In this episode, Diane shares an excerpt of her new novel License, Stephanie shares some of her favorite interview and stories, and Chris and Markette discuss some of their favorite meals around town.

  • Episode 11: From Plants to Power with Nathaniel Mich Aired: Tuesday, March 15, 2016

    In this eleventh episode of In Mah Mouf, Nathaniel Mich of the Urban Agriculture Working Group joins me in the studio to discuss this weekend's From Plants to Power event aimed at connecting community gardeners.

  • Episode 10: Prep Cook Life with Jared Mistretta Aired: Thursday, February 11, 2016

    In this tenth episode of In Mah Mouf, Jared Mistretta -- economist and computer engineer by day, kitchen genius by night -- joins me in the studio to discuss his experience cooking for Normal Supper Club's Lunar New Year event.

  • Episode 09: Ladytenders with Molly Burm, Brenna McHugh, and Katharina Jackson Aired: Thursday, January 28, 2016

    In this ninth episode of In Mah Mouf, my first panel - a trio of ladies representing all parts of the service industry in Rochester - join me in the studio. Molly Burm, Brenna McHugh, Katharina Jackson, and I discuss creating craft cocktails and being ladies behind the bar.

  • Episode 08: Eat Me Ice Cream with Amber Odhner and Catelyn Augustine Aired: Thursday, January 21, 2016

    In this eighth episode of In Mah Mouf, Amber Odhner and Catelyn Augustine of Eat Me Ice Cream join me in the studio to discuss their creative, artistic process for making ice cream.

  • Episode 07: Cure with James Revels Aired: Thursday, January 7, 2016

    In this seventh episode of In Mah Mouf, and our first on FM in the Rochester area, James Revels joins me in the studio to discuss his work with Cure, and we discuss the menu de voyager James creates each Thursday.

  • Episode 06: Urban Agriculture with Nathaniel Mich Aired: Thursday, December 31, 2015

    In this sixth episode of In Mah Mouf, Nathaniel Mich joins me in the studio to discuss his work with Foodlink and in urban agriculture as well as highlight some upcoming events and opportunities for listeners to collaborate.

  • Episode 05: Foodie Holiday Traditions with Jonny Hunter Aired: Thursday, December 24, 2015

    In this fifth episode of In Mah Mouf, Jonny Hunter joins me from Madison, Wisconsin to discuss the foodie holiday tradition of eating Chinese food on Christmas Day. His restaurant, Forequarter, will be hosting their 4th annual Chinese Food Christmas Dinner this year. The episode starts with a discussion of Tuchman and Levine's (1992) concept of "safe treyf", as well as other factors leading to the embracing of Chinese food by Jewish folks living in NYC before moving into the interview with Jonny and then wrapping up with stories about dinners of Christmas past from Jonny.