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About A Chef's Table

Why do great parties always end up in the kitchen? It's cozy, warm and you're closest to the food! Every week, Chef Jim Coleman invites you into his kitchen for great conversations with nationally-known chefs and food experts. Together, they cook up mouthwatering recipes and explain cuisines and techniques. Chef Coleman takes you on culinary adventures across the country - he'll visit fine restaurants as well as hidden roadside cafes and diners. The program also offers sound nutritional advice, cookbook reviews, and the latest trends in the world of food.

A Chef's Table has been a two-time finalist for the prestigious James Beard Awards.

Jim Coleman also hosts the PBS series The Flavors Of America. Check your local listings for air dates and times.

A Chef's Table is made possible by U.S. Foodservice, Philadelphia Division and Wallace Landscape Associates.


Chef Jim Coleman is the corporate Chef of Bluebell Country Club and Normandy Farm in Pennsylvania. Chef Coleman has overseen kitchens in fine restaurants in the US and abroad. Most recently, he served as the Executive Chef of the five-diamond Rittenhouse Hotel in Philadelphia.

E-mail Chef Coleman at chef@whyy.org.

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