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Listen as everyone from high profile chefs and restauranteurs to artists and compost collectors stop by for a beer. Tune in to get your weekly fill of the NYC restaurant scene and beyond!

Listen as everyone from high profile chefs and restauranteurs to artists and compost collectors stop by for a beer. Tune in to get your weekly fill of the NYC restaurant scene and beyond!
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Brooklyn, NY

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Listen as everyone from high profile chefs and restauranteurs to artists and compost collectors stop by for a beer. Tune in to get your weekly fill of the NYC restaurant scene and beyond!

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English

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BOX 198 402 Graham Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11211 (718) 497-2128


Episodes

Episode 192: Cooking Solo with Klancy Miller

12/11/2016
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This week on The Morning After, host Sari Kamin is joined in the studio by Klancy Miller, a writer, pastry chef, host of waffle parties and passionate Francophile. She has contributed to Food Republic and appeared on Food Network's Recipe for Success. She graduated from Columbia University and Le Cordon Bleu Paris.

Duration:00:40:13

Episode 191: Food, Culture, Ethnicity, and Politics with Professor Krishnendu Ray

11/20/2016
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This week on The Morning After, host Sari Kamin is joined in the studio by Professor Krishnendu Ray, associate professor and department chair of the Food Studies program at NYU. Tune in to hear them discuss the implications of the recent presidential election for the American labor force and food system.

Duration:00:47:11

Episode 190: Jessica Koslow

11/13/2016
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This week on The Morning After, host Sari Kamin is joined by Jessica Koslow, the award-winning chef of LA’s popular restaurant Sqirl. Jessica was one of 100 chefs in the United States to be nominated for Food & Wine’s People’s Best New Chef for 2014 and has recently been named a Rising Star by the magazine’s Star Chefs. Sqirl has been listed among Los Angeles Magazine’s “75 Best Restaurants in LA” and Jonathan Gold’s “101 Best Restaurants.” In her new book, Everything I Want to Eat:...

Duration:00:31:17

Episode 189: Thug Kitchen 101: Fast as F*ck

11/6/2016
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This week on The Morning After, host Sari Kamin is joined by the crew behind Thug Kitchen, "the only website dedicated to verbally abusing you into a healthier diet." Tune in to hear them discuss their latest cookbook, Thug Kitchen 101: Fast as F*ck.

Duration:00:41:37

Episode 188: Fat Rice's Abe Conlon

10/30/2016
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This week on The Morning After, host Sari Kamin is joined by Abe Conlon, chef and co-owner of Fat Rice in Chicago. Growing up in blue-collar Lowell Ma, Abe’s culinary beginning was heavily impacted by his Portuguese heritage and a strong Southeast Asian presence in his community. Now, his new venture Fat Rice is a return to roots, harmonizing the rich influence of Abe’s upbringing and heritage with a thirst for culinary exploration and preservation, focusing on food from modest traditions,...

Duration:00:30:23

Episode 187: Pok Pok with Andy Ricker

10/23/2016
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This week on The Morning After, host Sari Kamin is joined by Andy Ricker, the chef/owner of Michelin starred Pok Pok Ny in Red Hook, Brooklyn as well as 7 other restaurants in Portland, NYC and L.A. He first visited Thailand as a backpacker in 1987. Since then, he has spent several months each year traveling, eating, cooking and studying the food culture in Thailand and neighboring countries. He is also the founder and owner of Pok Pok Som (a drinking vinegar company) and is a partner in...

Duration:00:43:55

Episode 186: Chef Alon Shaya

10/16/2016
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This week on The Morning After, host Sari Kamin is joined by Alon Shaya, Executive Chef and Partner of Domenica, Pizza Domenica and Shaya, a modern Israeli restaurant. With the growing popularity of Domenica, Alon opened Pizza Domenica, a casual spin-off, in uptown New Orleans in the spring of 2014. After several visits to Israel, Alon was inspired to go back to his roots of cooking and in February of 2015, he opened his namesake Israeli restaurant. Shaya is an innovative restaurant with a...

Duration:00:40:50

Episode 185: The Geflite Manifesto with Jeffrey Yoskowitz and Liz Alpern

10/9/2016
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This week on The Morning After, host Sari Kamin is joined by Jeffrey Yoskowitz and Liz Alpern, authors of The Gefilte Manifesto: New Recipes for Old World Jewish Foods. Combining the inventive spirit of a new generation and respect for their culinary tradition, they present more than a hundred recipes pulled deep from the kitchens of Eastern Europe and the diaspora community of North America. Their recipes highlight the best of Ashkenazi home and storefront cuisine, tapping into the...

Duration:00:47:45

Episode 184: Molly on the Range with Molly Yeh

10/2/2016
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This week on The Morning After, host Sari Kamin is joined in the studio by Molly Yeh, a food blogger who moved from Brooklyn to a farm on the North Dakota-Minnesota border, where her husband is a fifth-generation farmer. Like her award-winning blog My Name is Yeh, her new cookbook Molly on the Range chronicles her life through photos, more than 100 new recipes, and hilarious stories from life in the city and on the farm.

Duration:00:40:36

Episode 183: Joshua David Stein

9/25/2016
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This week on The Morning After, host Sari Kamin is joined in the studio by Joshua David Stein, editor-at-large of Tasting Table, style correspondent for The Daily Beast, movie critic for Eater, and all-around prolific writer. Tune in to hear them discuss a holistic approach to restaurant reviews, the politics of food, dream jobs, and more!

Duration:00:39:55

Episode 182: Chef Alex Raij

9/11/2016
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On the season premiere of The Morning After, host Sari Kamin is joined in the studio by Chef Alex Raij of El Quinto Pino, Txikito, and La Vara. She is also the author of The Basque Book: A Love Letter in Recipes from the Kitchen of Txikito. Tune in to hear her discuss running multiple restaurants, her culinary influences, and more. Plus, a special message from Pauly Shore at the top of the show!

Duration:00:43:09

Episode 181: Olmsted with Greg Baxtrom

8/14/2016
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This week on The Morning After, host Sari Kamin is joined in the studio by Greg Baxtrom, chef & owner of the restaurant Olmsted in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn. An alum of Alinea, Blue Hill at Stone Barns, Atera, and Per Se, Chef Baxtrom created the menu with co-owner, friend, and farmer Ian Rothman based on what Rothman could grow in a small garden in the backyard and what their purveyor friends have available.

Duration:00:43:17

Episode 180: BKW with Brian Leventhal

8/7/2016
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This week on The Morning After, host Sari Kamin is joined in the studio by Brian Leventhal, co-founder of the Brooklyn Winery in Williamsburg. Tune in to hear them discuss making wine less intimidating for consumers, the differences between running a restaurant and a winery, growing grapes in the Finger Lakes region, bacon, and more!

Duration:00:42:39

Episode 179: The Brooklyn Baking Barons

7/24/2016
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This week on The Morning After, hosts Sari Kamin and Lesley Stockton are joined in the studio by Chris Poeschl and Tony Lanuza, a.k.a. The Brooklyn Baking Barons. While neither has professional baking training, both men grew up in homes where the kitchen was the heartbeat of their families. Their signature honey whiskey cake, and all of their delicious homemade creations, are available for delivery from their online shop.

Duration:00:41:46

Episode 178: Bean to Bar with Dandelion Chocolate

7/17/2016
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This week on The Morning After, Lesley Stockton sits down with Todd Masonis and Greg D'Alesandre of Dandelion Chocolate. Born in early 2010, Dandelion Chocolate is a bean-to-bar chocolate factory based in the Mission District of San Francisco, where they roast, crack, sort, winnow, grind, conch, and temper small batches of beans and then mold and package each bar by hand.

Duration:00:44:24

Episode 177: Feeding the Heart with Cesare Casella and Patrick Dollard

7/10/2016
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This week on The Morning After, host Sari Kamin and Lesley Stockton are joined in the studio by Chef Cesare Casella and Patrick Dollard of The Center for Discovery, an educational and residential facility in the Catskill Mountains that serves people with complex autism and other severe disabilities. Here, farming, nutrition, and culinary arts come together in a cutting-edge program that is important for this special community and for anyone who eats. Cesare and Patrick are co-authors of...

Duration:00:51:07

Episode 176: Tyler Kord

6/26/2016
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On this episode of The Morning After, the hosts are joined by Tyler Kord, chef of No.7 Subs. Join them as they discuss sandwiches, cafes, meats, rolls and much more.

Duration:00:39:30

Episode 175: The New Nordic Cuisine with Claus Meyer

6/19/2016
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This week on The Morning After, hosts Sari Kamin and Lesley Stockton are joined in the studio by Claus Meyer, a culinary entrepreneur, food activist, cookbook author, professor, and TV host. He was the owner of the two-Michelin-star restaurant Noma in Copenhagen, and is often credited as the founder of the New Nordic Cuisine philosophy, which promotes local, natural and seasonal produce as a basis for new dishes both in restaurants and in the home. Currently, he runs Agern in Grand Central...

Duration:00:50:34

Episode 174: Journy with Susan Ho

6/5/2016
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Our guest today, Susan Ho, recently went on vacation in Buenos Aires, and didn't have the best time (something about teenage Argentinian boys being a little too eager on the dance floor). That's why she decided to co-found Journy, a website and iPhone app that makes custom itineraries for travelers. And yes, the focus is definitely on food.

Duration:00:49:07

Episode 173: Eastville Restaurant Collective with Nate Adler (Huertas) and Nialls Fallon (Maiden Lane)

5/22/2016
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This week on The Morning After, Sari and Lesley are joined in the studio by Nate Adler and Nialls Fallon of the Eastville Restaurant Collective. Tune in to hear them discuss how forming the group has helped to bring restaurants in their East Village neighborhood together — both to share tips amongst each other and to attract more business as a single, unified force.

Duration:00:48:26