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Nathan Myhrvold

Nathan Myhrvold is the former Chief Technology Officer at Microsoft, and co-founder of Intellectual Ventures. He tells us about his profound interest in cooking, and his difficult introdu...

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Nathan Myhrvold, "The Photography of Modernist Cuisine"

On today's THE FOOD SEEN, Nathan Myhrvold has always been ambitious, cooking his family a full Thanksgiving dinner at the age of 9, graduating high school at 14, two Masters degrees and a...

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Eataly in Chicago with Greg Blais

Eataly is expanding to Chicago; tune into this week's episode of The Main Course to hear Patrick Martins talk meat and cheese with Eataly's cheesemonger and salumi buyer, Greg Blais. ...

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Chefs Guetner Seeger, Jimmy Sneed, and Jonah Rhodehamel

Chefs Guetner Seeger, Jimmy Sneed, and Jonah Rhodehamel join Erin Fairbanks and Patrick Martins in the HRN studios to talk about innovation in the kitchen. Listen to Jimmy talk about work...

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Jose Andres

This week's profiled chef on Dorothy Cann Hamilton's "Chef's Story" is legendary Spanish chef Jose Andres. Chef Andres has been credited with the popularization of small plates in America...

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Cesare Casella

This week on Chef's Story, Dorothy Cann Hamilton is joined by famed Italian chef, restaurateur, writer, consultant and educator Cesare Casella.

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David Kinch

This week's guest on Chef's Story is David Kinch. David Kinch is a dean at the International Culinary Center and the chef-proprietor at the two Michelin-starred Manresa in the Bay Area. ...

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James Peterson

On today's THE FOOD SEEN, James Peterson recounts his mouth watering memoirs . Upon leaving the lush land of NoCal, he traveled to Paris, backpacked through French vineyards looking for w...

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Jacques Pepin

Dorothy Cann Hamilton brings Chef's Story, formerly a show on PBS, to Heritage Radio Network! Tune in to the inaugural episode as she is joined by internationally recognized French chef, ...

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Lauren Shockey

This week on on Let's Eat In chef, and Village Voice restaurant critic Lauren Shockey who has just finished her first book