Your Last Meal with Rachel Belle – Live Podcast, special guest Amanda Knox
Join KCTS 9 and Crosscut members for a live taping of Your Last Meal, the James Beard Award finalist for best podcast and newest member of the KCTS 9 podcast family! Our hilarious host, Rachel Belle, will sit down with Amanda Knox (yes, that Amanda Knox) to ask what she would choose to eat for her last meal. Dig in to foodie culture at this funny and informative live event that also features themed bites and curated beverages!
KCTS 9 and Crosscut members are invited to a private pre-reception hosted by Rachel Belle that includes complimentary food and drinks.
- This is a live, in-person event.
- In-person: $20
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
About the host:
Rachel Belle is the Seattle-based creator & host of Your Last Meal, a James Beard Award finalist for Best Podcast, and a national Edward R Murrow award winning news radio feature reporter with 20 years broadcast journalism experience.
Her food writing has been published in places like Lucky Peach, Eater and The Stranger, she has appeared on The Cooking Channel (as a taco expert!), Discovery Investigates, Lifetime and PBS and has emceed and hosted events across western Washington.
Seattle Weekly named Rachel “Seattle’s Best FM Radio Personality” and she has worked with dozens of brands, including Ooni Pizza Ovens, Chevrolet, Copper River Salmon, Darigold, American Heart Association, Bartell Drugs, Heritage Distilling and Muckleshoot Casino.
Rachel loves traveling the world, hiking through wildflowers, campfire cooking, trying as many dumplings and pizzas as possible, and petting every single cat she sees. Her relatives invented both the bagel dog and the tube top.
CLICK HERE to learn more about Rachel and Your Last Meal.
About Rachel’s guest:
Amanda Knox is an exoneree, journalist, public speaker, and author of the New York Times best-selling memoir, Waiting to Be Heard. Between 2007 and 2015, she spent nearly four years in an Italian prison and eight years on trial for a murder she didn’t commit. She has since become an advocate for criminal justice reform and media ethics. She sits on the board of the Frederick Douglass Project for Justice, and serves as an Innocence Network Ambassador.
CLICK HERE to learn more about Amanda Knox.