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Alan Warde on the sociology of dining out

Sociologist of food, Alan Warde is the author of Eating Out (Cambridge University Press, 2000), and more recently

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Generation YUM

There are roughly 80 million Millennials in America.

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Mish Way & The Deep Web

This week on Nothing Urgent, Derek Evers and Christopher Robbins begin the show with Mish Way of the Vancouver bands White Lung and Eating Out. Tune in to hear Mish talk about her work in...

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The 'Table for One' Show

Do you often dine alone? This week on How to Behave, Brian Keyser is joined by a group of guests to tell you that it is okay to eat alone in public. Brian is joined by Hannah Howard, Brie...

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Dieselboy

Rachel Wharton is suspiciously absent today on Meet Your Maker, but co-host John Taggart takes the reigns and sits down with Damian Higgins AKA DJ Dieselboy. Dieselboy is a Drum and Bass ...

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Adam Roberts: The Amateur Gourmet

On today's THE FOOD SEEN, the man once known as "The Amateur Gourmet", Adam Roberts, goes pro, learning "Secrets Of The Best Chefs", and writes a cookbook therewith, sharing all the tips,...

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Mads Refslund

Helen Hollyman talks New Nordic cuisine with chef Mads Refslund, co-founder of Noma Restaurant in Denmark and chef at ACME Restaurant in NYC, on this week's episode of U Look Hungry. Mads...

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Joe Campanale

On today's THE FOOD SEEN, wine wunderkind Joe Campanale, the twentysomething co-founder/owner/sommelier of Dell'Anima, L'Artusi, Anfora, and soon to be opened, L'Apicio, talks his first s...

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Critical Taste

This week on Taste Matters, guest host Izabela Wojcik interviews Time Out New York restaurant critic Jay Cheshes. Jay explains how growing up in different cities across the world helped h...

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Scott Boggs of Crown Maple Farm

Join Patrick Martins on this weeks episode of The Main Course as he sits down and chats with Scott Boggs of Crown Maple Farm. Tune in as they wonder what counts and doesn't count as fast ...