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Automat Kitchen

In 1902 the first US automat restaurant opened in Philadelphia. It took nickels and dispensed classics like pie and sandwiches. Fast-forward to Jersey City in 2021 for the next-gen Automa...

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Are Vending Machines the Future of Food Shopping?

COVID-19 has made the simple act of grocery shopping a life and death decision. In-person shopping and delivery both offer their own unique set of ethical and safety concerns. There are h...

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Automat: The History, Book & Movie

Americans once sipped coffee and ate pie around communal tables, sharing their struggles and dreams with strangers at Horn & Hardart's iconic Automat.

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Andrew Smith

This week on A Taste of the Past, the subject is New York City food. Linda speaks with Andrew Smith, author of New York City: A Food Biography, about the history of food in New York City....

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Hot Sauce, Cocktails, & Japanther

Darin Bresnitz is getting spicy on today's Snacky Tunes. Tune into this episode to hear Darin chat with Jimmy Carbone and Steve Seabury about the upcoming New York City Hot Sauce Expo on ...

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Christy Robb & Philip Burger

From New York City to Missouri, Patrick Martins is covering it all on this week's installment of The Main Course. Patrick Martins invites Christy Robb of St. John's Bread & Life into ...

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Historic Menus

On this episode of A Taste of the Past, Linda Pelaccio is joined in the studio by Rebecca Federman of the Culinary Collections at the New York Public Library. Today, they are discussing t...

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Dickson Despommier, Jennifer Nelkin & Matt Hamilton

On a very important episode of The Main Course, professor Dickson Despommier discusses population growth and food production and explains how vertical farming might save us all. Also on t...

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The Main Course: Part Q

On this week's Main Course: Part Q Bernardo Palombo of El Taller Latino stops by to talk about water, language & music. Also, Jack & Nat stop by from behind the booth.