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Dead of Winter

The Polar Vortex has subsided, but despite warmer temperatures, it’s still the dead of winter.  This week, we take you through dormant grapevines in a California vineyard and consider the...

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New Year, New Tomato

One month down, eleven to go! Statistically, you’ve probably broken your resolution by now, so what better time to investigate why those new year diets never stick? This week, we bring yo...

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Eat Up: Food, Appetite and Eating What You Want

Host Cathy Erway is joined in the studio by Ruby Tandoh, author of the new book Eat Up: Food, Appetite and Eating What You Want.

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From Farm to Farm Bill

On a special episode of Taste Matters, guest host Karen Karp is joined by President/CEO of The New York State Restaurant Association and George Weld, Chef/Owner of Egg in Williamsburg, Br...

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Jeff Gordinier

On today's THE FOOD SEEN, Jeff Gordinier, New York Times Dining Section staff writer, waxes poetic about food, searching for sandwiches with Keanu Reeves, learning cooking techniques from...

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Author Peter Kaminsky: "Culinary Intelligence"

On this week's episode of Straight, No Chaser, Katy Keiffer is joined in the studio by Peter Kaminsky, food writer and author of Culinary Intelligence. Peter defines "culinary intelligenc...

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Giuliano Hazan

This week on A Taste of the Past, Linda Pelaccio is on the phone with Giuliano Hazan, cooking instructor and author of a new book entitled Hazan Family Favorites. Giuliano comes from a tr...

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Ancient Grains

On this week's episode of A Taste of the Past, Linda Pelaccio is talking about ancient and whole grains with Maria Speck, IACP award winning author of the NYTimes notable book Ancient Gra...

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The Recipe

Acclaimed food writer Melissa Clark of the New York Times, who's latest book