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Cheese and Art: Film

Continuing the ongoing series on cheese and art, this week host Greg Blais is talking film on Cutting the Curd! Welcoming co-host Matt Spiegler, a writer, documentarian, and creator of th...

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The Year in Books

For the final Eat Your Words episode of 2013, Cathy Erway recaps the year food books and magazines with Laena McCarthy of Anarchy in a Jar and Wen-Jay Ying of Local Roots CSA! Tune into t...

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You Can Buy Frozen Food And Still Be The Right Kind Of People

Erica Wides is talking frozen food versus frozen foodiness on today's episode of Let's Get Real. Tune into this episode to hear Erica talk about why freezing real food, like broccoli or b...

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Trending Now: Cancer Walks Sponsored By Cancer Water, Zero

We're checking in on what's "trending now" on this week's installment of Let's Get Real. Erica Wides is taking on foodiness beverages. Why are cancer fundraiser walks sponsored by drinks ...

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Cereal is the Devil's Work

Hear how Let's Get Real has evolved from a podcast into a TEDx talk on this week's episode. Erica Wides talks about how she went from the world of guerilla PR to the main stage for TEDx B...

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Slow Food NYC & Joe Dobias

Slow it down, and tune into this week's episode of Hot Grease! Nicole Taylor starts off the show by talking about some recent articles that feature women in the kitchen. Are women underre...

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Will anyone stop the 7-Eleven invasion of the East Village? This week on Let's Get Real, Erica Wides is talking with two activists from the No 7-Eleven group, Bob Holman and Rob Hollander...

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Writing & Thinking About Architecture with Alexandra Lange & Duo Dickinson

How does one define "good" architectural criticism? This week on Burning Down the House, Curtis B. Wayne and frequent guest Duo Dickinson are talking with Alexandra Lange, Professor of De...

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Togather & Eat the City

Promoting books is hard work! Meredith Modzelewski and Robin Shulman are guests on today's Let's Eat In, and they're talking about book clubs and author events.

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30 is Enough with Anthony Butler

Patrick Martins begins today's episode of The Main Course by recalling his recent speech at the 3rd annual James Beard Foundation Food Conference. Hear Patrick discuss gastronomy, taste, ...