The Story Behind the Food

A Food History Discussion with Patrick Evans-Hylton


Patrick Evans-Hylton is a Johnson & Wales-trained chef and an award-winning food journalist, covering tasty trends since 1995 in print, broadcast and electronic media.He is publisher of VirginiaEatsAndDrinks.com Evans-Hylton is a cookbook author (Popcorn, Dishing Up Virginia, Nuts), food historian, and a media awards judge for the prestigious James Beard Awards. He runs a cooking and wine school and teaches a number of food media-related classes. Each Friday from

6-7 p.m., he hosts The Virginia Eats + Drinks Show on AM 790 WNIS in Coastal Virginia and simulcast nationwide. On the second and fourth Monday of each month he reports on food on Coast Live at 10 a.m. on WTKR TV-3 (CBS). Evans-Hylton cooks and writes in his Chesapeake Bay kitchen in Virginia Beach.

Join us today as he discusses how he became a food writer and food historian.  We will take a look into the foods that made the state of Virginia known around the world.  We discuss the early settlers cuisine as well as -mmm, mmm- soft shell blue crabs of today’s Virginia coastal area.

The team here at #MasterYourStory would like to thank Patrick for stopping by the studio.  Mastering your story can take different forms and Patrick has truly mastered his. Thank You Patrick.

 

 

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