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Digging into business, passion projects and food trends to see what's shaping the New England restaurant scene

Digging into business, passion projects and food trends to see what's shaping the New England restaurant scene
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United States

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Digging into business, passion projects and food trends to see what's shaping the New England restaurant scene

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English

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Episodes

Episode 3: Down on the (Data) Farm with Will Gilson

10/30/2019
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Turns out, “failing fast” isn’t just for Silicon Valley types. Chef Gilson has plenty of wins on his record, but the chef of Puritan & Company is quick to own up to his mistakes, and learn from them. As Will is about to embark on his most ambitious restaurant project yet, we sat down to talk about food delivery on demand, ghost restaurants, and how getting good at collecting and interpreting data is the best way to survive in a challenging restaurant ecosystem.

Duration:00:23:20

Episode 2: Fin to Tail (with Jeremy Sewall)

10/16/2019
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The guy behind the kitchens at Row 34 and Island Creek Oyster bar obviously makes a mean lobster roll (are you camp butter or mayo?), and no one puts together a better plate of oysters...but Chef Jeremy Sewall is a bonafide expert on New England seafood, and has the experience, and family lineage, to back it up. Find out what fish we should be eating this second (seasonality isn’t just for tomatoes, people) and why Jeremy thinks the term “sustainable seafood” is kind of a cop out.

Duration:00:16:46

Episode 1: Keeping it All Natural (Wine) with Lauren Friel

10/2/2019
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What, exactly, is a feminist wine bar? And what about it makes a seat at Rebel Rebel — Lauren Friel’s pocket-sized bar in Bow Market — one of the most coveted spots to imbibe in Greater Boston? On our first episode, we get personal with Lauren: about her choice to share so much of herself with her online following, how her business sense and activism intersect, and what goes in (and is left out) of a good bottle of natural wine. Meet Co-hosts Molly Ford, Co-Founder of The Food Lens, &...

Duration:00:26:44

Trailer: Introducing the Food Lens Podcast

9/17/2019
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The Food Lens Podcast is coming soon! You know to turn to The Food Lens for the best restaurants, bars, and events in Boston...and now we’re looking past the plate and connecting with some of our favorite chefs and tastemakers in studio. On each episode, Co-hosts Molly Ford, Co-Founder of The Food Lens, & Catherine Smart, Co-Founder of notjust.co chat with restaurant industry insiders — digging into business, passion projects, and food trends to see what’s shaping the New England restaurant...

Duration:00:02:03