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Black Smoke, the African American Roots of BBQ

While it's enjoyed throughout the US, barbecue has long been recognized as southern cooking. But the originators of barbecue have not been given their culinary due.

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What's Smoke Got to Do with It?

Before you can ferment those agaves to make alcohol, you’ve got to convert the carbohydrates into sugars. One way to do that is cooking. And one way to cook the agave is underground. ...

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Tucker Schwarz- "Restocking the Pantry"

On today’s show we are joined by the lovely Tucker Schwarz. In early 2019 Tucker awoke in the middle of the night to realize that her apartment building was on fire. Luckily she escaped t...

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The Grind

After you cook your agave, you’ve gotta mill it – make tiny, little pieces of those giant, cooked agaves. How do you do that? We explain it here and maestro mezcalero Eduardo Angeles join...

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Common Roots: A Brewery Renewed

Christian Weber of Common Roots Brewing and Melanie Fronhofer of Fronhofer Design return to talk about how Common Roots has recovered from the fire at the brewery.

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Naturally Nutty

We've been galavanting for the past month and this week we talk our way around the world: Iceland, Paris, Taipei, Italy, Los Angeles and more!

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Jeff Taylor, Wine Director, North End Grill, NYC

Jeff Taylor is an award winning sommelier and oversees the wine program at North End Grill, part of Danny Meyer's Union Square Hospitality Group. Jeff talks about his 20 years at some of ...

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Billy Durney of Hometown Bar-B-Que

This week on The Line, host Eli Sussman is joined in the studio by Billy Durney of Hometown Bar-B-Que in Red Hook, Brooklyn.

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Why Aren't Solar Powered Stoves Being Given a Green Light?

Why aren't solar powered stoves being given a green light? This week on What Doesn't Kill You, Katy Keiffer is joined by friend of the show and photojournalist Erik Hoffner.

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Slow Fires with Justin Smillie

On today’s episode of THE FOOD SEEN, Chef Justin Smillie demystifies 3 simple cooking techniques: Braising, Roasting & Grilli