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Bitter Sweet

An Italian favorite and the curious intersection of bitter times with bitter flavors. 

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A Tour of the Valle de Guadalupe Food & Wine Scene

This week Zarela and Aarón go on a culinary tour of Baja California's Valle de Guadalupe with their guide, Colman Andrews.

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There Will be Gangsters

Today we are having a chat with my good friend, Charles Draghi --universally called "Chuck."  Chuck inhabits the rarified strata of top chefs in Boston, mentor to many, revered by diners ...

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Preserving a Culture Through Regenerative Tourism with Elizabeth Minchilli

Ellizabeth Minchilli joins Linda from Rome to talk about the regeneration of Italy's hospitality industry and an opportunity to experience and learn about the local culture in villages ou...

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How Far Will a Chef Go?

This episode features two of our favorite chefs, Lydia Shire and Will Gilson. Each will share a story of how far a chef will go for love -- or a recipe.  Lydia Shire - How much do I want ...

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Traditions and Philosophy of Midwestern Baking

Shauna Sever, author of Midwest Made, shares her insights into the philosophy of Midwestern baking.

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BOP IT

This week on Ventilation Issues Dave, Nastassia, Major, and the rest tackle the toki low-ball, crepes and omeletes, a couple of Control Freak questions, and much more. Plus, all the hard-...

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The Empathetic Rebel: Claudette Zepeda

Claudette Zepeda is a Mexican and American star chef who's lived at the border of two countries, two food traditions, two ways of life. Instead of creating a bridge between all of her exp...

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Jay Wolman

On today's episode we welcome Jay Wolman the executive chef of LaLou in Prospect Heights, a recently opened restaurant with a focus on natural wine.