This week on The Morning After, hosts Sari Kamin and Jessie Kiefer kick off the show with some timely food news, including a politically-incorrect logo, a Russian beverage company purchasing Pabst Blue Ribbon, and airline food being offered via home delivery service. Welcoming to the show Lauren Grimm of Grimm Artisanal Ales, a nomadic brewery that brews beer wherever fermenting tanks are available. She shares that this is a brainchild between herself and her husband, Joe. Notably, they develop each recipe in the kitchen of their Gowanus apartment. Traveling to existing breweries near and far to then craft their ales, each is brewed in a small batch, limited edition, that is inspired by the freewheeling, creative brewing traditions of Belgium. After the break, Yael Raviv, of Kinetic Art, joins the show. Kinetic Art focuses on the publishing, monetization, and distribution of premium cooking apps, like the first-ever James Beard Cooking app, JBF Vegetables. Talking about the process behind innovating and elevating the food app, Yael shares how vital the aesthetic and visual aspects of the app were from the start of the project. Additionally, Yael shares that she and her team tested out the recipes featured on the app and can vouch for each! Tune in for a great show that ends with a bang - The Morning After quiz! This program was brought to you by Heritage Foods USA.
"We make a different recipe every single time we brew at a commercial brewery." [17:00]
--Lauren Grimm on The Morning After
"These are recipes by James Beard Award winning chefs." [35:20]
--Yael Raviv on The Morning After