The Clay Copita: Authentic Hipster Culture?
A lot of mezcal enthusiasts drink their mezcal from clay copitas. Hell, we drink our mezcal from clay copitas. And we think that’s the best vessel for heritage agave spirits. But is it? And is it culturally authentic? Maybe … if you’re talking hipster culture.
New York in a Dozen Dishes
This week on Eat Your Words, host Cathy Erway welcomes Robert Sietsema, author of the new book "New York in a Dozen Dishes." Winding his way through the history of New York's great dishes, each chapter is dedicated to a specific dish, and the best places in the city to eat it.
Grimm Artisanal Ales & Yael Raviv
This week on The Morning After, hosts Sari Kamin and Jessie Kiefer kick off the show with some timely food news, including a politically-incorrect logo, a Russian beverage company purchasing Pabst Blue Ribbon, and airline food being offered via home delivery service.
GianFranco Sorrentino & Chateau Coutet
Originally from Naples, Italy,Â GianFranco SorrentinoÂ carries over 30 years of experience in restaurant management, some of these include Quisitana Hotel in Capri, Dorchester Hotel in London, Four Seasons Hotel in Tokyo, Bice Restaurant in New York, and The Leopard at Des Artistes, in the New Yo
Harry Siegel of the NY Daily News & Marnie Stern
Nothing Urgent is celebrating the holiday with some talk about the NYPD, Brooklyn, and guitar shredding! Harry Siegel, editorial columnist and writer for the New York Daily News, joins the program to talk about his article regarding police transparency in New York City.