“There are eight million food stories in the hungry city; we’re gathering a buffet of them to share”  — Jackie & Lora

About the Show

Mouth Full? is a show featuring the best curated true stories about food presented live from New York City and as a monthly podcast. The live show will be streamed online.

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Jackie Gordon

Jackie Gordon is an award-winning singing chef, food event producer, and professional speaker. As a singing chef, she produces “eatertainment” shows where attendees learn about and taste foods paired with music and humorous storytelling. Her eatertainment shows include: Chocabaret: where a chocolate tasting meets a cabaret show; “The Fried Chicken Theory According to Jackie Gordon: an evening of sultry soul food and sweet soul music.” and “Say Cheese: a tongue-titillating tasting of artisan cheeses, wines and the songs they inspire”.

Jackie owns Divalicious Chocolate Events in New York. She’s always eating, cooking and talking about food on social media. You can follow her on Twitter: @divathatateny, on her blog: The Diva That Ate New York which lives  on her www.jackiegordon.com website.

Lora Wiley-Lennartz

Lora Wiley-Lennartz is a multiple Emmy-nominated television producer, media coach, and food blogger/writer. Lora has created and executive produced talk, news, and entertainment TV shows both in the USA and internationally. As the Managing Director of a creative agency, she produced brand videos, commercials, high fashion photo shoots, was a member of the launch team and served as Managing Editor of citizenbrooklyn.com, an online cutting edge arts and culture magazine.

Lora is the author/creator of the food blog, Diary of a Mad Hausfrau, is a member of thedailymeal.com’s Culinary Content Network and she was About.com’s German Food expert. Her creations have been featured in Every Day with Rachael Ray, People magazine, and Buzz Feed, among others. Prior to her television career, Lora worked in management and producing on over 40 Broadway and Off-Broadway productions.