Restaurant critic and radio personality Arthur Schwartz returns to The Morning After to talk about tastes, travels and trends. Find out what he’s been up to lately and how the restaurant world has changed since his time working as a critic for the New York Daily News. Hear some scandalous stories and insightful history on a jam packed episode of The Morning After. Also get ready for The Great Googa Mooga and hear a live performance from Nick Africano. This program was sponsored by Whole Foods Market.

“Chicken cutlets were not a common food until the 1970’s. I remember being a newspaper food editor in the late sixties, and I remember writing stories about how to bone-out a chicken breast.”

–Arthur Schwartz on The Morning After