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Michael Harlan Turkell captures the inner workings of kitchens and documents the lives of chefs in their restaurant world. On The Food Seen, he'll further explore the amalgamation of food and art by talking to artists from a multitude of media. Guest will range from photographers, food stylists, interior architects for restaurants, industrial designers -- all the players that make you want to eat with your eyes. Get ready to feast your ears!

Michael Harlan Turkell captures the inner workings of kitchens and documents the lives of chefs in their restaurant world. On The Food Seen, he'll further explore the amalgamation of food and art by talking to artists from a multitude of media. Guest will range from photographers, food stylists, interior architects for restaurants, industrial designers -- all the players that make you want to eat with your eyes. Get ready to feast your ears!
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Brooklyn, NY

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Michael Harlan Turkell captures the inner workings of kitchens and documents the lives of chefs in their restaurant world. On The Food Seen, he'll further explore the amalgamation of food and art by talking to artists from a multitude of media. Guest will range from photographers, food stylists, interior architects for restaurants, industrial designers -- all the players that make you want to eat with your eyes. Get ready to feast your ears!

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@thefoodseen

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English

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BOX 198 402 Graham Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11211 646-808-4159


Episodes

Episode 345: Vegetarian Viet Nam with Cameron Stauch

2/20/2018
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On today's episode of THE FOOD SEEN, Cameron Stauch takes us on a journey into the world of Vegetarian Viet Nam. A culture, and cuisine known for its brothy complex pho soups, and layered bánh mì sandwiches, comes a vision of vegetarianism brought to light by Mahayana Buddhists. Stauch first visited Hanoi in 2000, and lived there over a decade later where he learned that most vegetarian Vietnamese dishes are just replicas of ones with meat. That said, the textural nuances of tofu and...

Duration:00:30:07

Episode 344: Tender Greens with Erik Oberholtzer

2/13/2018
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On today's episode of THE FOOD SEEN, we welcome the "fine casual" expansion of Tender Greens from sunny California. What begin as a single establishment in Culver City, is now nearly 30 locations strong! CEO and co-founder Erik Oberholtzer, a seasoned chef himself, spent time in white table clothed kitchens of the slow food movement, but it wasn't until a stint as Executive Chef at Shutters on the Beach in Santa Monica, that he and co-founders David Dressler and Matt Lyman realized they...

Duration:00:34:33

Episode 343: REAL Balsamic Vinegar with Mariangela Montanari of La Ca' Dal Non

2/6/2018
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On today's episode of THE FOOD SEEN, we break into the batteria (a series of barrels in descending size, and different woods) of Mariangela Montanari, a REAL balsamic vinegar maker from Modena (Italy), the land of fast cars, and slow food. At La Ca' Dal Non, her acetaia (vinegar brewery), balsamico tradizionale DOP has been produced for generations, but it's only in the past 50 years that it's been shared outside of the family. Luckily, 100 ml bottles of "black gold" are now imported in by...

Duration:00:20:14

Episode 342: Healthyish with Lindsay Maitland Hunt

1/30/2018
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On today's episode of THE FOOD SEEN, Lindsay Maitland Hunt aims to eat what she calls "healthyish", noted in her titular book, "Healthyish: A Cookbook with Seriously Satisfying, Truly Simple, Good-For-You (but not too Good-For-You) Recipes for Real Life". The trick is, there is no trick; accessible ingredients, streamlined recipes, and equipment you already have in your kitchen. Here's how to have the biggest, most delicious plate of food possible, by packing your bowl with vegetables for...

Duration:00:25:30

Episode 341: The New Wine Rules with Jon Bonné

1/23/2018
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On today's episode of THE FOOD SEEN, we drink the rainbow with Jon Bonné, a writer, whose career has spanned the globe in search of fermentable grapes. Posting time as the San Francisco Chronicle's wine editor, a deep, contemporary look at wine coming from the Golden State for his book, The New California Wine: A Guide to the Producers and Wines Behind a Revolution in Taste, Senior contributing editor for PUNCH, and most recently, publishing The New Wine Rules, a guide on how to drink...

Duration:00:35:56

Episode 340: Pableaux Johnson, Red Beans Road Show

1/16/2018
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On today's episode of THE FOOD SEEN, Pableaux Johnson kick-starts our 2018 season with a Louisiana Creole tradition: red beans & rice. A meal regulated for Mondays, made with leftovers from Sunday dinner, is the extension dinner by a day, by the benevolent hand of hospitality. Before moving to New Orleans, Johnson lived in Austin, Texas, and would throw big gumbo parties for friends in the hundreds, feeding them soul food past po’boys and beignets. In 2009, he took his show on the road,...

Duration:00:40:04

Episode 338: Ice Sculpting with Okamoto Studio

12/5/2017
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On today's episode of THE FOOD SEEN, we chill out with Shintaro Okamoto of Okamoto Studio, NYC's premium ice sculptor, who's family has been carving large blocks for ice for generations. It's not all chain saws and ice picks, though they're definitely in the tool kit, as we consider the methods and machinery behind making crystal clear frozen water; the true magic behind ornate displays, luges, and even cocktail ice. Okamoto Studio's customized frozen art pieces eventually melt away, but...

Duration:00:23:19

Episode 337: Made In cookware

11/28/2017
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On today's episode of THE FOOD SEEN, it took two childhood friends, Chip (Malt) & Jake (Kalick), to reinvent the way we procure our cookware. Made In, was born out of a directness; a business based on making the best pots and pans in America, while cutting out the middle man to offering the savings direct to consumer. Assembled in Clarksville, TN, you'll find 5-ply construction, even-cooking properties, ergonomic and heat-resistant handles, chemical-free coating, stackable and dishwasher...

Duration:00:32:12

Episode 335: Bollywood Kitchen

11/14/2017
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On today's episode of THE FOOD SEEN, we dance our way to Mumbai with Sri Rao, the first American born writer to work on a Bollywood film. Indian cinema is vivid and rich, and their cuisine is just as brilliant. In his cookbook, "Bollywood Kitchen", Rao blends the two, pairing musicals with menus, even his own, “Baar Baar Dekho” (Look Again & Again), a love story which featured 2016’s #1 dance song “Kala Chashma”, and has over 300 million views on YouTube. Grab your with Masala Spiced...

Duration:00:26:33

Episode 334: "Market Cooking" with David Tanis

11/7/2017
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On today's episode of THE FOOD SEEN, David Tanis, ex-Chez Panisse chef, and author of the seminal classics "A Platter of Figs" "Heart of an Artichoke" and "One Good Dish", releases his most recent opus "Market Cooking", derived from the French term, "la cuisine du marche". It's a philosophy and style, such in the way that Tanis approaches each ingredient; first with Alliums, then Vegetables, followed by Spices. If you've ever wondered how to build flavors, as well as your repertoire, this...

Duration:00:22:14

Episode 333: Distillery Cats

10/31/2017
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On today's episode of THE FOOD SEEN, Brad Thomas Parsons is best known as a cocktail scribe, penning such modern classics as Bitters and Amaro. Celebrating yet another unsung hero in the booze world, Parsons now immortalizes our feline protectors in his latest book: Distillery Cats, complete with 30 mouser profiles, and fifteen cocktails from the distilleries they patrol, and call home.

Duration:00:29:10

Episode 332: Jim Lahey, Sullivan Street Bakery

10/24/2017
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On today's episode of THE FOOD SEEN, during a visit Rome as an art student and sculptor, Jim Lahey, now known for his breads at Sullivan Street Bakery and the revolutionary no-knead method, found epiphany in pizza bianca all romana. From those origins, comes a cookbook, with stories of Lahey's bread beginnings, and sourdough starter.

Duration:00:43:17

Episode 331: Foraged and Found Edibles

10/17/2017
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On today's episode of THE FOOD SEEN, Jeremy Faber found himself in the expansive acreage of Washington's Mt. Rainer, foraging with the belief that one day wild foods could save the world. He founded Foraged and Found Edibles, with this faith, and has been collecting mushrooms, berries and herbs ever since. Adam Stettner is the east coast sales manager, and even in the fall & winter seasons, supplies chefs products with the same sentiment as Faber, proving that the reach of wild foods is...

Duration:00:29:19

Episode 330: Cooking with Zac Posen

10/10/2017
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On today's episode of THE FOOD SEEN, haute cuisine takes cues from haute couture with famed fashion designer Zac Posen. When he's not on Project Runway, he's often on his parent's Pennsylvania farm, tending the garden, or dreaming up dinner parties with color and textures to match the season's collection. In his book, Cooking with Zac, Posen proves that he's just as creative in the kitchen as he is in his atelier; using influences from his Jewish background to travels in Japan. Though he...

Duration:00:28:27

Episode 329: The New Paris with Lindsey Tramuta

10/3/2017
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On today's episode of THE FOOD SEEN, how can a centuries old city be considered "new?" Well, Lindsey Tramuta, moved to Paris in 2006, and for the past decade, has been privy to its retro-renaissance, which somehow, anachronistically, brought it forward into the future. For years, her blog Lost in Cheeseland has documented a side of Paris that was developing; it's now full prospered, and her book, The New Paris, is your guide to all the best brasseries, bistros, cafes, coffee roasters and...

Duration:00:38:54

Episode 325: Edible Paradise: A Coloring Book of Seasonal Fruits and Vegetables with Jessie Kanelos Weiner

7/25/2017
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On today's episode of THE FOOD SEEN, Jessie Kanelos Weiner left her colorful past working in New York City's costume design industry, finding herself overseas with colored pencil in hand. The Franco Fly blog documented her illustrated journey of being an American through Paris. Years of touring around les marchés with her water color paints, Jessie began to create an activity book based on her vibrant drawings. These dawdle turned into the doodles you see in Edible Paradise: A Coloring...

Duration:00:27:45

Episode 262: Bien Cuit with Zachary Golper

12/8/2015
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On today’s episode of THE FOOD SEEN, Bien Cuit may mean “well baked”, but Zachary Golper’s plan to make bread...

Duration:00:29:11

Episode 261: Linda Pugliese, Handmade Pasta Photographer

12/1/2015
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On today’s episode of THE FOOD SEEN, Linda Pugliese grew up in Annapolis, Maryland, surrounded by sailboats, shorelines, and crabs...

Duration:00:38:51

Episode 260: Scratch & Sniff Whiskey with Richard Betts

11/24/2015
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On today’s episode of THE FOOD SEEN, we scratch & sniff withRichard Betts, literally. His second edition this olfactory series,...

Duration:00:25:42

Episode 259: Candy making with Liddabit Sweets

11/17/2015
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On today’s episode of THE FOOD SEEN, small batch handcrafted candymaker Liz Gutman, co-founded Liddabit Sweets with the simple belief,...

Duration:00:32:46

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