This week on The Morning After, hosts Jessie Kiefer and Sari Kamin kick off the show with some interesting and thought-provoking food news including more stories from Japan as well as the influx of fall/pumpkin flavors with the cool weather. After the break, the hosts welcome Einat Admony, Chef of TaÃ¯m, Balaboosta and Bar Bolonat, Barbara Sibley, Chef and Owner of La Palapa, and Colleen Grapes of Pastry Chef at Oceana. Joining their forces to cook for The SHARE Benefit which is a 38-year-old survivor-led organization based in New York City that provides support, information, and resources to women affected by breast and ovarian cancer. Its mission is to help women and their families address the emotional and practical issues that arise from a cancer diagnosis and to provide the support these women need to feel less isolated, better informed, and more empowered as health care consumers. Talking about what this organization means to each chef and why each feels motivated to participate, all agree that food has the power to heal. Tune in for an inspiring episode and learn how to win admission to the event! This program was brought to you by The International Culinary Center.
“For me, food is a channel to show love.” [19:21]
—Einat Admony on The Morning After
“I have to say I really believe in the P vitamin, which is pleasure. I really love people to have a good time!” [20:45]
—Barbara Sibley on The Morning After
“Expressing yourself through your food is an art.” [45:24]
—Colleen Grapes on The Morning After