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Azri Amram on the Jewish-Palestinian conflict, and food tourism as a bridge

This episode of Meant to be Eaten was produced in collaboration with Gastronomica Journal. Melissa Fuster, from Gastronomica: The Journal for Food Studies, is in for Coral Lee.

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Alon Shaya

On today's special 100th episode of theLINE welcome Chef Alon Shaya. Born in Bat Yam just south of Tel Aviv, he moved to Philadelphia as a young boy and had a tumultuous childhood filled ...

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For the Record: One Minute, Forty-One Seconds

This week, we jump right into listener questions, including: how to scale up latke production at home, what to teach to a group of culinary students in Israel and more.

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From Cookbook Co-Author to Israeli Cuisine Authority: Adeena Sussman

At the moment of "peak Israeli food" in America, host Dana Cowin interviews one of the great American-born experts on the topic, Adeena Sussman.

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Chicken & Charcoal with Matt Abergel of Yardbird

On today’s episode of THE FOOD SEEN, Calgary-born Matt Abergel had to wait for the short window of warm weather to barbecue in his native Canada, but wherever there was charcoal burning, ...

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Alon Shaya at Slow Food Nations 2018

Alon Shaya really loves food.  He loves cooking it, being around it, learning about it, and teaching others about it.  Born in Israel and raised on cheesesteaks in Philadelphia, Alon now ...

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Joan Nathan

It's all about kings and queens today as Joan Nathan stops by for a visit. Known as "The Queen of American Jewish Cooking," Joan has written a new cookbook called King Solomon's Table and...