ReMARKable Palate Podcast #54

Tweet ReMARKable Palate #54: Chef Wes Martin on Music, Food Styling, and working as a TV Chef Chef Wes Martin has taken an unorthodox path in the food business. From waiting tables while studying music in College, to writing cookbooks and styling food for photo shoots, Chef Wes has forged his own path. Food styling […]

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Farmer’s Market Saturday

Tweet Heirlooms and peppers and tomatillos, oh my! This week, despite the rain, we have a veritable EXPLOSION of heirloom tomatoes, peppers, and even purple tomatillos at the Inwood Farmer’s Market! As I mentioned a couple of weeks ago, there is a new farm bringing their produce to market here in Inwood called Nolasco Farms, […]

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ReMARKable Palate Podcast #53

Tweet ReMARKable Palate #53: Chocolate Indulgences Chef Mark interviews Chocolatiers who love what they do at the Fancy Foods Show. Chocolate, the “Food of The Gods” seems to be the food of the people, as well! We also kick off our month of Sweet Indulgences, and hear about the favorite guilt-free indulgences of some folks […]

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Sweet Indulgences

Tweet We’re kicking off a month of sweet indulgences at the Gilded Fork, and we’re celebrating by partnering with the folks over at A Life Much Sweeter, the Guilt-free indulgence Blog. We’ll be sharing with you our favorite indulgences, and we hope that you’ll join in on the indulgent celebration by sharing your own favorite […]

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ReMARKable Palate Podcast #52

Tweet ReMARKable Palate #52: Clayton Farmer’s Market I visit with Julie Ridlon who takes me through the wonderful offerings on hand at the Clayton Farmer’s Market in St. Louis, which she founded 7 years ago. We visit with farmers who have Calhoun peaches, heirloom tomatoes, eggplant, torpedo onions, corn, hydroponically grown salad mix, dilly beans […]

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Farmer’s Market Saturday

Tweet St. Louis Edition! I missed the normal market here in New York last week, but managed to make it to the Clayton Farmer’s Market. There were plenty of local organic farms represented. These “Torpedo” onions are descended from a Spanish breed of red onion and are rich and sweet. I interviewed the grower and […]

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Excellence in Business

Tweet I’m back in New York City from my trip to St. Louis for the United States Personal Chef Association National conference. It was a great weekend, filled with food, friends and learning. The many classes and speakers were invigorating, and highlighted the generosity of spirit and nurturing that so many personal chefs bring to […]

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ReMARKable Palate Podcast #51

Tweet ReMARKable Palate #51: Paleocuisineology and the foods of Lewis and Clark Chef Mark catches up with Mary Gunderson, author of The Food Journal of Lewis and Clark: Recipes for an Expedition at the National Conference of the US Personal Chef Association in St Louis. From Buffalo meat to prairie plums, boudin blanc to prairie […]

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Chef Mark Featured on the Paper Palate

Tweet I am so honored to have been featured in an interview with Julie Strekert at the Paper Palate, part of the Well Fed Network. She had many kind words to say about me: It is immediately obvious that a certain discernable passion consumes Chef Mark Tafoya. His dedication and sincere personal commitment to the […]

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ReMARKable Palate Podcast #50

Tweet ReMARKable Palate #50: 50th Show Extravaganza! Chef Mark celebrates 50 episodes of the podcast with a look back at some of the highlights from this first year, and plays shout outs and well-wishes from listeners and fellow podcasters. From guest recipes, food films, lunch tips and market soundseeing tours, to interviews with chefs, farmers, […]

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