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Nicole Rolet, Chene Bleu, France

Nicole Rolet grew up in New York City and Milan to an American mother and French Italian Dad, surrounded by food and wine. After graduating Vassar, Nicole got herself deep into finance, p...

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Meet Susan Herrmann Loomis

This week on Inside Julia’s Kitchen, host Todd Schulkin talks to author and cooking teacher Susan Herrmann Loomis about making a life in France and her new cookbook, Plat du Jour. And, as...

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Jean Gonon. Domaine Pierre Gonon

Jean Gonon is a second-generation wine maker with the soul, knowledge and experience of many more years. Jean, along with his brother Pierre are the proprietors of Domaine Pierre Gonon in...

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Pursuing A Dream Of Making Great Wine in America

Our guestis Tom Kisaichi who is the owner, grower and winemaker of the Maboroshi Vineyard in Sonoma, California. 

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The Story of Foie Gras and Cuisine of Gascony

Battles over the ethics of foie gras in recent years have loomed large in the culinary world.  Yet history shows that the delicacy has been around for over 5,000 years since the ancient E...

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Marco Pelletier, Sommelier, Proprietor of Vantre, Paris and Partner/Vigneron, Domaine Galouchey, Bordeaux, France.

Canadian born Marco Pelletier studied engineering but pursued his love for wine, eventually heading to France. Marco was head Sommelier of some of Paris’ best restaurants including Talliv...

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Alpine Cooking

Cathy is joined on the phone by Meredith Erickson, author of Alpine Cooking.

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Meet Dominique Ansel

This week, on Inside Julia’s Kitchen, host Todd Schulkin welcomes Dominique Ansel, one of the world’s most acclaimed pastry chefs.

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Colson Patisserie

On today’s episode of THE FOOD SEEN, in 2006, Yonatan Israel, a Parisian-born filmmaker, opened up Colson Patisserie in Park Slope, Brooklyn, as a New York manifestation of the original e...

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Retro Innovation with Apollonia Poilâne of Poilâne Bread

Are we really inventing better new technologies in food production or is the best tech retro innovation?