Tom Harte

Host - Caffé Concerto

Tom Harte is a retired faculty member from Southeast Missouri State University where he was an award-winning teacher, a nationally recognized debate coach, and chair of the department of Speech Communication and Theatre.

A founder of “My Daddy’s Cheesecake,” a bakery/café in Cape Girardeau, a  food columnist for The Southeast Missourian, and a cookbook author, he blends his passion for food with his passion for classical music in his daily program, The Caffe Concerto.

An inveterate traveler as well as a connoisseur of food and classical music, Tom has been to the five major continents and sailed the seven seas in search of great music and great cuisine, delicacies which he enjoys most when consumed simultaneously.  He also hosts A Harte Appetite.

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At the Caffe Concerto Cooking Demonstration held on Saturday, November 17, 2012, Tom and Georganne shared recipes to get bakers ready for the holiday season.

Cranberry Clafouti
(adapted from Martha Stewart Living)

Olive My Love

Nov 20, 2012

The following recipes were featured at the Caffe Concerto at Schnucks Cooking Demonstration in October  2012.

Olive Salsa
(adapted from allrecipes.com)

Lottsa Mozza

Nov 20, 2012

The May 2012 Caffe at Schnucks Cooking Demonstration was all about mozarella cheese.
 

Mozzarella with Balsamic Glazed Plums, Pine Nuts, and Mint
(adapted from Food52.com)

eckerts.com

For seven generations, the Eckert family has been preparing delicious meals from foods grown on their farms. The family currently operates farms in Belleville, Millstadt and Grafton, Illinois. Eating locally grown foods is a family tradition for the Eckerts, and over the years, their collection of delicious fall recipes has grown.

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