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Eat Your Words - Episode 193 - Fruitful: Four Seasons of...07/24/14
Who doesn't love good, local fruit? Tune in to this week's episode of Eat Your Words as guest host Talia Ralph chats with Sarah Huck and Brian Nicholson, the duo behind Fruitful: Four Seasons of Fresh Fruit Recipes. Fruitful is a trip to the local...
Eat Your Words - Episode 192 - Ample Hills Creamery: The Cookbook
What is it about ice cream? People are head over heals with it in a way that is rarely paralleled with other foods. On a topical episode of Eat Your Words, host Talia Ralph sits down with Brian Smith and Jackie Cuscuna, co-founders of Ample Hills...
Eat Your Words - Episode 191 - Francis Lam
This week on Eat Your Words, host Talia Ralph gets into the meat and grits of Southern food with Francis Lam, Top Chef judge, food writer, and the editor of Cornbread Nation 7, an anthology of the best southern food writing in recent years. From its...
Eat Your Words - Episode 190 - The Carnivore's Manifesto
The Carnivore's Manifesto by Patrick Martins Mike Edison. The book features fifty ways to be an enlightened carnivore, while taking better care of our planet and ourselves. We have evolved as meat eaters, proclaims Patrick Martins, and it's futile to...
Eat Your Words - Episode 189 - Kitchen Arts & Letters
This week on Eat Your Words, Briana Kurtz looks at culinary books from the bookseller's perspective. Joining Briana in the studio is Matt Sartwell, the Managing Partner at Kitchen Arts Letters, a culinary bookstore in Manhattan with thirty years of...
Eat Your Words - Episode 188 - Straight From the Earth
As environmentally healthful and thoughtful eaters pile on the vegetables and fruits and push animal protein off their plates, the desire for more recipes showcasing fresh produce has gone sky high. On this week's episode of Eat Your Words, Talia...
Eat Your Words - Episode 187 - Eating Wildly
With the rise of interest in local ingredients, "New Nordic cuisine", and sustainability - foraging has become quite the buzz-word. What does it actually mean to forage? What does foraging look like in a place like New York City? We find out this week...
Eat Your Words - Episode 186 - We The Eaters
Ellen Gustafason is serious in her mission to change how the world eats and her bio proves it. Ellen is a sustainable food system activist, author, innovator and social entrepreneur. Her first book, “We the Eaters: If We Change Dinner, We Can Change...
Eat Your Words - Episode 185 - Fried & True
Who doesn't love fried chicken? One of America's premiere comfort food's has been undergoing a serious renaissance over the past few years - and today on Eat Your Words, guest host Briana Kurtz talks fried chicken with Lee Schrager and Adeena Sussman,...
Eat Your Words - Episode 184 - The Big Fat Surprise
Low-fat, non-fat and "heart healthy".. we've heard it all. Americans are constantly avoiding the "f" word to try and stay fit and healthy, but should fat be an essential part of a healthy diet? Nina Taicholz thinks so. She's the author of "The Big Fat...
Eat Your Words - Episode 183 - Fany Gerson
Cinco de Mayo may be a misunderstood holiday, but that doesn't mean it can't be a reason to celebrate Mexican culinary traditions. Today on Eat Your Words, guest host Talia Ralph is joined by Fany Gerson, co-owner of Dough, owner of La Newyorkina and...
Eat Your Words - Episode 177 - Beekeeping
This week on Eat Your Words, Cathy interviews New York apiarist Meg Paska. Meg was instrumental in the legalization of beekeeping in New York City. Tune in to hear about Meg's beekeeping experience, and about her new book, The Rooftop Beekeeper: A...
Eat Your Words - Episode 182 - The Soil Will Save Us
Why will soil save us? Kristin Ohlson has the answer. Kristin, the author of The Soil Will Save Us: How Scientists, Farmers, and Foodies Are Healing the Soil to Save the Planet, is this week's guest on Eat Your Words with host Cathy Erway. Tune in for...
Eat Your Words - Episode 181 - Arlo Crawford
This week on Eat Your Words, Cathy speaks to Arlo Crawford, author of A Farm Dies Once A Year. Arlo tells us about his book, and after the break he and Cathy discuss how farming apprentices have changed throughout the years. This program has been...
Eat Your Words - Episode 180 - Moroccan Cuisine
There's so much to explore in the cuisine of Morocco. From mint tea to cous cous - the gastronomic culture of Morocco is rich with tradition and innovation. This week on Eat Your Words, Cathy Erway is joined by Kitty Morse, author of Mint Tea and...
Eat Your Words - Episode 179 - Abraham Lincoln
Did you know Abraham Lincoln cooked!? Did you know his favorite childhood food was gingerbread? Was Lincoln a foodie? Take a culinary trip to the 1800's as author Rae Katherine Eighmey joins Cathy Erway on a special episode of Eat Your Words. Rae is...
Eat Your Words - Episode 178 - First Prize Pies with Allison Kave
This week on Eat Your Words, Cathy invites Allison Kave into the studio, founder of First Prize Pies, and author of First Prize Pies. Allison jumped in to the world of pies after winning a pie bake-off in 2009, and spontaneously became a baker. Tune...
Eat Your Words - Episode 176 - Natural Foods with Joe Dobrow
Author of Natural Prophets, Joe Dobrow is a marketing expert who served as the head of marketing for a number of natural foods brands such as Whole Foods, Balducci's, and more. Cathy interviews Joe about his book, and about the changes that the...
Let's Eat In - Episode 100 - Mission Chinese Food
This week on Let's Eat In, Cathy Erway sits down with Danny Bowien of Mission Chinese Food to talk about the history of Mission Street Food, different styles of Chinese food, and the new Mission Chinese location in the Lower East Side. Tune in to hear...
Eat Your Words - Episode 175 - Summer Tomato
This week on Eat Your Words, Cathy interviews Darya Rose, San Francisco based foodist and creator of Summer Tomato. Darya provides a few ideas about how to stay healthy and get your daily dose of vegetables throughout the winter. Then, the two discuss...
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