New York’s Old School Meatpacking District
[audio mp3="https://heritageradionetwork.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/Meat-Fish-New-York’s-Old-School-Meatpacking-District.mp3"][/audio] Imagine the infamous Five Points district, depicted as a chaotic cross-section of Manhattan, in the hit flick Gangs of New York. Now add trainloads of meat destined for city-wide distribution. Tune into The Main Course with Patrick Martins to hear Pat LaFrieda, of LaFrieda Meats, paint a vivid firsthand scene of New York’s once bustling, now defunct meatpacking district.
Ken Goodman & Melissa Hom
This week on All in the Industry, Shari focuses on photography in the food industry, from culinary events to prints. Melissa was a journalism student when she realized that she was more interested in the visual aspect of her stories, and thus entered the world of photography.
Jeremy McMillan & Famous Class Records/Death By Audio Flexi Book
We're talking Upstate restaurants on this week's edition of Snacky Tunes. Darin Bresnitz invites Jeremy McMillan of Bedford Post Inn into the studio to talk about his infatuation with food, and the expansion of quality of restaurants outside of New York City.
Thanksgiving with Flatiron Wines and Spirits
This week on The Morning After, Jessie Kiefer and Jen Tullock begin the episode by talking about Pete Wells' review on Guy Fieri's new restaurant, American Bar & Kitchen. Tune in to hear about the ethics of restaurant reviewing, and whether or not Mr.