114 how-to food videos online from Ex- Food Network executiveFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE — Woodinville, WA October 13th, 2015
Woodinville restaurant owner and concept developer Adam Gold spent the first 30 years of his career in the TV & movie business. His most recent corporate job was at the Food Network in New York, where he was instrumental in programming, marketing and branding of that network. “I am largely to blame for the creation of Iron Chef America and devolution of the network into its current twaddle of silly competition shows that have nothing to do with, you know, food.” confesses Adam.
He quit when he realized what he had done to the network he loved. The corporate coup that followed resulted in an upper management team who announced “they didn't cook and didn't understand people who did”.
Upon returning home to Seattle, he built his own HDTV Kitchen Studio and created the web channel, Foodslinger.tv.
A lineup of 114 videos for home cooks uses common sense, humor and Adam’s many years of experience to demystify some of life’s most vexing food dilemmas. Listen and watch Adam answer common questions based on making all the mistakes himself and figuring out the best solutions.
The next logical step was to stop showing and start doing; consequently Gobble restaurant (established 2012), catering and the Gobble Express food trucks were born.
About Gobble Restaurant:
Everything is available for Take-out, Dine-In, Group Delivery and Catering. The restaurant features a demonstration kitchen for private or group lessons. Two Gobble food trucks serve the greater and lesser Puget Sound area.
Gobble Restaurant, Catering
Gobble Express Food Trucks
13300 NE 175th Street #3
Woodinville, WA 98072
11am to 7pm
7 days a week