Sunday, March 24, 2019

Saucy Sisters

Show Details HostTHE SAUCY SISTERS! with Barbara Nowak and Beverly Wichman These siblings, best friends, dining partners and barstool companions serve up food and beverage conversation in their own quirky style. They chat up guests from the culinary world, answer cooking disaster questions in the Burnt Toast segment, score new food products on their Sauciness Scale, and compete for Top Banana in their Wacky Food Quiz.

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Saucy Sisters – The Secret Life of Lobsters

The sisters take a riotous look at the secret life of lobsters with author Trevor Corson, match wines with California Wine Club owners Pam and Bruce Boring, get some lobster grilling tips from Chef Rel, and challenge each other with their Wacky Food Quiz.

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Saucy Sisters with Barbara Nowak and Beverly Wichman

Barbara Nowak and Beverly Wichman are the authors of The Saucy Sisters’ Guide to Wine: What Every Girl Should Know Before She Uncorks, The Everything Wine Book and Cook It Right. They make regular television appearances doing lifestyle and entertaining segments, conduct wine training classes for restaurant personnel and conduct offbeat wine tasting seminars for corporate audiences.

In addition to their work as a team, Barbara was a food columnist for The Tennessean and for four seasons hosted cooking segments on HGTV’s Today At Home. Beverly is a certified Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) and has worked for major US corporations and government institutions including the CIA.

On their website and in their blog, the Saucy Sisters offer wine recommendations, tips for entertaining, recipes and restaurant reviews.


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