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Episode #60 – Eugenia Bone, author of The Kitchen Ecosystem & Food Chains the Film

B3T7w-8IgAAL5MRThis is a packed-full episode and one of the funnest so far. There’s live music, food revolutionaries, Thanksgiving tips, a guest question-asker (Thanks, Vanessa!), I eat foraged mushrooms* for the first time ever on air and Producer Anne documented the whole thing in pictures.

Happy Thanksgiving, y’all. I’m truly honored and humbled by ever single one of you and your allowance of me into your life and ears every week. Thank you, thank you.

*I had to explain what an “Afterschool Special” was to my students last night. Sigh.

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Episode #59 – Cheese Grotto Creator Jessica Sennett

Cheese Grotto!Conceived of by Jessica Sennett, the Cheese Grotto is the optimal cheese storage unit for the fridge, cellar, or cupboard. It is essentially a cheese cave for the home. They are taking old world technology into the modern age and rescuing your cheese from the back of your fridge. Hear how the idea came about and what Jessica has in store for this beautiful piece of kitchen gear. (Interested? Check out their Kickstarter) Also Kitchen Confessional at the top of the show!

A very special welcome this episode to my renegade producer, Anne. She’s awesome, funny and you’re going to love getting to know her!

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Epsiode #58 – Barton Seavor & Christian F. Puglisi

This week on Sharp & Hot, I’m joined by two thought leaders in the world of food – Barton Seaver and Christian Puglisi. First hear from Barton, a National Geographic Fellow and Washington, D.C. chef. He is an influential voice in the culinary world because of his take on seafood and sustainability. In his first book, For Cod and Country, Seaver introduced an entirely new kind of casual cooking featuring seafood that hasn’t been overfished or harvested using destructive methods. Now he’s taking on a whole new audience: Kids, with his new book National Geographic Cookbook. Later on, hear from Christian Puglisi, the Michelin-starred Copenhagen chef at Relæ and author of Relae, A Book of Ideas.

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Episode #57 – Mindful eating with Greekalicious

MARIA_BENARDIS-1-e1334455869203This week I’m joined by Maria Benardis, Founder of Greekalicious, a concept she formed while on the Greek Island of Mykonos in 2004. Greekalicious is for Lovers of Greek Food and all things related to Greek food. Maria’s mission is to spread the word on Greek Food, its wisdoms and philosophies that lead to longetivity and good health. Tune in as we discuss being mindful in your food choices and approaching things from a historical context!

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Episode #56 – Boo! With Rosie Schaap

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Rosie Schaap, author of the weekly NYTimes Magazine column “Drink” celebrates Halloween early on Sharp & Hot! We talk about their witchy childhoods, ghost stories and, of course, drinks. Tune in for a candid conversation on mixology that will leave you thirsty for more.

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Episode #55 – Listener Questions!

 

A last minute cancellation meant that I had thirty minutes to answer listener questions, and tell you a tale of talking a teenager out of being a vegetarian, by talking him in to being a critical thinker. That said, I realized as I was trying to demystify cooking birds (chickens and turkeys specifically) that more information may be a bad thing. You tell me.

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Episode #54 – Allen Salkin

Allen Salkin Earl Wilson/The New York Times 30032917AHow did The Food Network get its start? Allen Salkin, author of From Scratch: The Uncensored History of the Food Network comes to the studio to tell me in this week’s episode. The Food Network has risen from obscurity and ridicule in the early ’90s to become a powerhouse of cable television, transforming chefs like Emeril Lagasse and Paula Deen into celebrities and changing food culture forever. With a light wit and balanced perspective, Allen Salkin, a former food and media reporter for the New York Times, presents the definitive history of the network from inception to the present day.

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Episode #53 – David Venable

VENABLE_BackAroundTableQVC’s resident foodie David Venable comes to the studio on publication day for his new book, Back Around the Table. We talk about the nature of live media and being stopped in public for cooking advice.

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Episode #52 – Tortillas with Shaw Lash

Shaw LashListener Elliot has a question about tortilla making, so I call in expert chef (and self-described Mexico-phile) Shaw Lash for a comprehensive corn lesson, but not before I share my strong opinions on government regulation of milk chocolate and other things.

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Episode #51 – Fabio Viviani & Master Chef Casting

FABIO_KITCHEN_COOKING_3I kick off the show with a rapid fire interview with Fabio Viviani, Italian chef, restaurateur, reality television personality, and a New York Times best-selling author. Then I give some tips for home cooks & an interview with Erika Landin, casting director of Master Chef.

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