NS-Header-New-cropped

Eating for the Season: Autumn

From the Show: Naturally Savvy
Summary: It's a great time to take advantage of the fall produce that is coming into its own this time of year.
Air Date: 10/1/19
Duration: 22:42
Host: Andrea Donsky, RHN and Lisa Davis, MPH
Guest Bio: Bonnie McDaniel, “Farm Girl In the City”
Bonnie McDaniel, “Farm Girl In the City,” is an accomplished chef, gardener and TV host. Her restaurant, Christina’s at The Bailiwick, was a Wine Spectator Award winner, recognized for having one of the best food and wine menus in the world. Her inn, The Baliwick was also a distinguished member of Select Registry a club of the top inns in the country.

A connoisseur of all things good, Bonnie McDaniel developed her brand, “Good Living” writing about what she loves; sharing personal and anecdotal experiences on food, gardening, travel and spiritual sustenance. Having been raised by her grandparents whose livelihood was cooking and farming, she shares a food and gardening tradition rich with southern history that is relevant to contemporary well-being.

She is an author of three books, In the Eye of the Storm: A Celebration of Family and The Real Purpose of Home, Queen Bee, and her newest cookbook, Farm Girl in the City – Of Food and Love, the first in a five cookbook series. She is a contributing writer for Small Room Decorating, food and gardening writer for patch.com, a former editor for Family Digest Magazine and the creator and Editor-in-Chief for Recipes for Good Living Magazine.

Bonnie is an on-air food and gardening segment contributor for ABC’s Good Morning Washington, Fox 5 Morning News, CBS and CNN/HLN. She has also appeared on the TODAY Show sharing seasonal recipes and best practices for the home and garden.
  • Book Title: Farm Girl in The City: Of Food and Love
  • Guest Facebook Account: https://www.facebook.com/bonniemcdanielgoodliving
  • Guest Twitter Account: @bonniemcgood
Eating for the Season: Autumn
The leaves are starting to change, the air is a bit crisper, and pumpkin spice lattes have made their debut... all markers that autumn has arrived. 

It's also a great time to take advantage of the fall produce that is coming into its own this time of year, such as apples, pumpkins, butternut squash, carrots, onions, and garlic -- just to name a few.

Bonnie McDaniel, chef and author of Farm Girl in The City: Of Food and Love, joins hosts Andrea and Lisa to share some of her favorite fall menu items. She also shares a delectable recipe for butternut squash soup with homemade croutons. 


FREE RadioMD Newsletter: