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How Many Agaves Does it Take to Make a Bottle of Mezcal?

It’s crazy enough to think that every other alcohol is made from a sugar source — like grapes, grains, grasses, and starches — that take, at most, a year to reach maturity. Most, in fact,...

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Plantains: The People's Ingredient

Today Zarela and Aarón welcome one of Aarón's early mentors, Jorge Adriazola, to tackle the many uses of plantains. They share recipes of the various ways in which plantains are prepared ...

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Deeeeeeez Cults

On today's show Dave, Nastassia and the rest discuss food cults, including Tom Brady's Tomatoes and Djokovic's thrice-boiled nuts. Also, a call back to the Great Oat Rush of the 1980's. ...

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Clumping Issues

This week on Cooking Issues, Dave and Nastassia answer questions about homemade ramen noodles, pre-searing meat, fish sauce, slushy machines, immersion circulators, pizza ovens, and more!...

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Fantastic Misos and How to Make Them

This week on Fuhmentaboudit!, Mary, Chris and Rachel are joined by Rich Shih, a mechanical engineer by trade whose passion is kitchen experimentation. When a friend suggested he work with...

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Food in Prison

This week on Feast Yr Ears, host Harry Rosenblum is in studio with Alysia Santo of The Marshall Project, a nonprofit, nonpartisan news organization covering America's criminal justice sys...

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An American Sake Samurai

Today on Japan Eats, Akiko is sitting down with one of only 48 "Sake Samurais" in the world as honored by the Japan Sake Brewers Association - Roger Dagorn.

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Rick Smith of Sakaya NYC

Rick Smith, owner of Sakaya, joins host Akiko Katayama in studio today for a conversation all about Sake. Rick starts the show by giving us all an education about what sake is made out of...

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The Dorito Effect with Mark Schatzker

This week on a brand new episode of The Main Course, hosts Phillip Gilmour and Alexes McLaughlin are in studio with journalist and author Mark Schatzker, whose book "The Dorito Effect" re...

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Ramen Lab NYC

This week on Native, host Briana Kurtz is getting the scoop on the ramen phenomenon from two guys who know it best: Kenshiro Uki of Ramen Lab and George Kao of Sun Noodle.