This week on Food Talk with Mike Colameco Mike interviews Catherine Price, contributor to Popular Science and award winning author. The interview is centered around Catherine’s new book “Vitamania,” the book concerns the history of the vitamin industry on a global scale. Catherine touches on what vitamins really are, the regulations behind vitamins, and the loose guidelines around dietary supplements. After the break Mike comes back with guest Hugo Uys, chef BROD, a new restaurant on the upper east side. Hugo and Mike discuss Hugo’s interest in Nordic cuisine and how the concept of BROD came about. The conversation turns to topics of home cooking, open face sandwiches, and the stigmas of bread baking. After the last break Mike comes back with guest Rebecca Katz, to discuss her new book “The Healthy Mind Cookbook.” Rebecca discusses the reasons she wrote this book, and how to transfer a healthy mind to a healthy plate.
“Mike, you should be the example of how we all should eat.” [5:00]
— Catherine Price on Food Talk
“People don’t want to commit to big sandwiches.” [37:00]
— Hugo Uys on Food Talk
“The recipes in the book are dedicated to enticing your tastebuds…nutrient rich, just really good food.” [52:00]
— Rebecca Katz on Food Talk