Foodie Chap With Chef De Cuisine Blake Askew of Maybeck's San FranciscoDo yourself a favor and book your seat at a table at Maybeck's for this weekly British feast. You will be jolly happy you did and tell them the Duke sent you.
Foodie Chap With Matt Stamp & Ryan Stetin of Compline In NapaEnjoy Liam's chat with two guys, Matt and Ryan with a massive passion for food and wine and they want to share it with you...
Foodie Chap And Chef Roland Passot Talk 'Master Chefs of France'Chef Passot and Chef Xavier Salomon joins Liam to help raise funds for those affected by the recent Northern California fires at at The Ritz Carlton Half Moon Bay...
Foodie Chap With Chef Bruno Lopez of The Ritz-Carlton - Rancho MirageThis week, travel with the Foodie Chap to an oasis in the Coachella Valley with a French chef who celebrates the best of California cuisine.
Madden: Russell Wilson Only NFL Quarterback Who Could Have Made That PlaySeattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson's amazing scramble and 54-yard pass against the Arizona Cardinals had people in awe, including coach John Madden.
Madden: Cowboys Dominated Trenches On Both Sides In Blowout Of 49ersThe Dallas Cowboys dominated the trenches on both sides of the ball in their blowout of the San Francisco 49ers, dropping the team to 0-7.
Madden: CJ Beathard Showed He's 'The Guy' at QB for the 49ers Right NowRookie C.J. Beathard rallied the San Francisco 49ers Sunday from 17 points down, giving fans a glimmer of hope in an 0-6 season so far.
John Madden: Bay Area Football, and Raiders Training Camp MemoriesOn John Madden's mind when he spoke live on KCBS Monday morning was his memories of time spent in Santa Rosa during Raiders training camps when he was head coach of the team.
John Madden: Football Season Pretty Good, Overall The Bay Area's football teams may not be faring well in the NFL these days, but overall, the football season has been a good one, former Oakland Raiders coach John Madden said on his KCBS Radio show Monday.
John Madden: No Place for Helmet to Helmet Hit in FootballA brutal helmet-to-helmet hit during the third quarter of Green Bay's Thursday night win over Chicago caught the eye of former Raiders Head Coach John Madden on his Friday show on KCBS Radio.
Foodie Chap With Executive Chef David Bastide of Left Bank San JoseChef David served up a delish Beet Salad as we talked over the Rue Cremieux cocktail. We chatted about his journey in food from Southern France to San Francisco to Santana Row in San Jose.
John Madden: The Incredible, Statistical Beat Down of RaidersLast week, Coach Madden speculated, along with many others, that the Oakland Raiders would do well against the Washington Redskins. But that didn't come to fruition, as evidenced by the team's 27-10 loss Sunday night.
John Madden: Thursday's Surprising, Entertaining GameWhat many expected to be a typical Thursday night snoozer between a couple of teams lacking star power turned into quite a thriller.
Foodie Chap With Chef Steve Dustin of 'Finn Town'Chef Dustin kindly shared his comforting "Not your mama's Tuna Casserole" recipe. You'll find it here and on the recently revamped Finn Town menu...
MADDEN: Raiders Need To Jump On Jets EarlyIn his bi-weekly radio show, former Oakland Raiders coach and NFL Hall of Famer John Madden said Friday the key for his former club in Sunday's home opener will be to jump on the downtrodden New York Jets from the opening kick-off.