Episode 37 – Margaret Fox
SnapSessions! presents Episode 37, featuring an interview with our artist of the show–chef, culinary director author, and entrepreneur, Margaret Fox, as well as an article called “The Worst Day in America” comparing a negative day in this country with other possible days in other countries on our planet.
Margaret Fox talks about her childhood in Southern California, her time as a student at UC Santa Cruz, and then making her way up to the Northcoast at the age of 25, where she got a job as a baker. Soon after that, a chance to purchase a share of The Café Beaujolais presented itself and Margaret was off and running as a member of the culinary revolution of the late 1970s and 80s, turning out cookbooks Café Beaujolais and Morning Food (with co-author John Bear), and developing a restaurant for the ages. Fox also talks about her recent years as a culinary director at Fort Bragg’s Harvest Market and relates a lifetime of cooking knowledge.
In addition, SnapSessions Episode 37 includes a sardonic look at a quote from a school board meeting in Texas from the last decade—“The worst day in America is better than the best day anyplace else”. It allows us to look at what other countries might offer us as best days. We find the comparison rather striking.
Episode 37 is 58 minutes long and includes an intro, the article “The Worst Day in America ” (starts at 3:00), and our interview with chef and author, Margaret Fox (starts at 11:08)
SnapSessions! includes original music by Marshall Brown, production by Marshall Brown and Ken Krauss, voiceovers by Ken Krauss and Doug Nunn, and articles and interviews by Doug Nunn. Our SnapSessions! artist and logo maker is caricaturist, Daniel Stieglitz.
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