Chef Walter Staib is a highly acclaimed chef, restaurateur, and author. He has been named the Culinary Ambassador to the City of Philadelphia, and has received numerous awards and recognition for his outstanding cuisine. A Taste of History is taped in significant historic locations; from Jeffersons Monticello to Philadelphias Rittenhousetown and even on the banks of the Delaware River at Washingtons Crossing.
In each episode, Chef Staib explores the origin of featured recipes and ingredients to Chef Staib is happy to personalize books, just leave the desired message in the comments section of the online order form.
He autographs all books before mailing them. Walter Staib is the author of The City Tavern Cookbook (4. 36 avg rating, 73 ratings, 4 reviews, published 2009), City Tavern Cookbook (3.
93 avg rating, 5 Walter Staib, Producer: George Washington and Me. Walter Staib is a producer and actor, known for George Washington and Me (2019), A Taste of History (2008) and 60 Minutes (1968). Chef Walter Staib travels to New Mexico and recounts the incredible journey of migration to our early Southwest. Chef Staib visits Taos Pueblo, and prepares authentic People of the Red Willow recipes of Atole, a Blue Corn Porridge, and Elk Stew for a special Taste of History.
Chef Walter Staib and his mom, Herta. Frankfort, Germany (2014). A thirdgeneration restaurateur with more than four decades of culinary experience, Chef Walter Staib is an author, Emmy Award winning TV host, James Beardnominated chef and culinary historian.
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Walter Staib is an internationally renowned chef, restaurateur, cookbook author, and hospitality consultant. A skilled selfpromoter who is as comfortable in front of a television camera as in front of a stove, Staib is a regularly featured guest on local, national, and A Sweet Taste of History: More than 100 Elegant Dessert Recipes from America's Earliest Days by Walter Staib A Sweet Taste of History captures the grandeur of the sweet tablethe grand finale course of an 18th century meal.
Chef Walter Staib is the host of A Taste of History as well as a famous chef and author of several cookbooks. Learn more about Chef Staib at PBS Food. History. The original structure housed a business which John Adams called the" most genteel tavern in America"and it was a favorite meeting place of some of the Founding Fathers and members of the First Continental Congress.