While others use paints and canvas, Stefani Marnon reaches into the pantry for her art supplies. Her creations are masterpieces in butter and sugar, that do a quick disappearing act off the store shelves of Juneau, where she is known simply as, Chef Stef.
At the Juneau Artist Gallery this month, Chef Stef is the featured artist. On Friday’s Juneau Afternoon, she explains why she believes “cooking is the perfect marriage of food and art.”
Also on today’s show:
- Goldbelt Heritage Foundation’s summer camp, a chance for students to explore Native languages, form line drawing and much more.
- The Juneau Audubon Society’s three birds to watch this week: Red Winged Blackbird, Common Merganser duck, and Yellow Warbler.
Listen to the entire show:
Part 1. Chef Stef explains her philosophy on cooking and running a business.
Part 2. How lessons learned at Goldbelt Heritage Foundation’s summer culture camps are meant to last a lifetime. Guests: Desiree Jackson, Executive Director. Lyle James, Program Administrator.
Part 3. The Juneau Audubon Society’s Brenda Wright spotlights three birds to watch.
Join Rhonda McBride for this Friday’s Juneau Afternoon, live at 3:00 p.m. on KTOO Juneau 104.3, online at ktoo.org, and repeated at 4:00 p.m. on KRNN 102.7.