Josh Ozersky, Sausage Domination, and Shifting Diets
On this episode of Week in Review, Jack and Erin blast through the past week of HRN content! Social media optimization, shifting your diet to save the environment, and a sausage for every culture. “The Breakdown” brings us a tribute to the late food writer, Josh Ozersky.
Last Great Bite
Every episode of Week In Review opens with a recap of the last great thing Jack and Erin ate, and how you can try it too.
JACK: Babu Ji in the East Village for nouveau Indian and excellent service aka discounted drinks. The butter chicken is everything it’s hyped up to be.
ERIN: Possibly the best pizza of her life at Saraghina, where “the pizza sings.” She got the Coppa & Carciofi. Shout out to Lillia in Williamsburg, as well.
Get caught up on the highlight reel of clips from the last week of HRN’s programming.
Episode #58: Wallplay with CEO/Founder Laura O’Reilly (4/25/16)
Hosted by Jenn Leuzzi
With guest Laura O’Reilly of Wallplay
Sharp & Hot
Episode # 125: Shifting Diets with Janet Ranganathan (4/26/16)
Hosted by Emily Peterson
With guest Janet Ranganathan of World Resources Institute
Eat Your Words
Episode #264: Lucky Peach Cookbooks (4/24/16)
Hosted by Cathy Erway
With guest Chris Ying and Rachel Khong of Lucky Peach
A guest or caller from around the industry joins the show to talk about their recent work.
Tribute to the late food writer, Josh Ozersky, who founded Grub Eats, the New York Magazine food blog. Josh passed away on May 4, 2015. He authored The Hamburger: A History, Meat Me in Manhattan: A Carnivore’s Guide to New York, and Colonel Sanders and the American Dream among many others. Josh was also the former host of The Mr. Cutlet Show on HRN. He was best known for his hatred of food media. Be sure to check out his moving essay about his father, “Solitary Man.”
Jimmy and Andrew spoke with Josh’s widow, Danit, on The Front Burner this past Thursday about his multidimensional life.
Jack and Erin “big up” people, places, and things they're totally digging right now.
(shoutout to Big Ups, the band, for that theme song)
JACK: Anthony Falco, Roberta’s Pizza Czar, who deserves a ton of credit for his role at the pizza empire.
ERIN: Agatha Kulaga of OVENLY, who is best known for her baked goods, but also community involvement. She and OVENLY work closely with Getting Out Staying Out and Ansob Center for Refugees.