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The Wine was Drank and the Garlic was Peeled (feat. The Hammer Quartet)

On today's episode of Trans-Continental Issues, Dave, Nastassia and The Rest are joined by The Hammer Quartet (Stass, Aaron Polsky, Pat Posey and Jackie Molecules) who bang

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What Makes Japanese Cuisine Unique?

Our guest is Massud Ghaussy who has a Japanese food and restaurant blog on instagram under TokyoManhattan.

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Miso Magic ft. Bessou

There are countless dishes that you should be adding miso to beyond the omnipresent soup!

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The Power of Parmigiano Reggiano

"The King of Cheese" or as Elena puts it, "The Queen of Umami" – today's show is all about the wonders of Parmigiano Reggiano.

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Nutritional Yeast

If someone offered you a "bag of nooch," or a "sprinkle of hippie dust," would you take it? If you’re a pizza-loving vegan, you probably would!

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The CIA's New Japanese Culinary Program

This week on Japan Eats, host Akiko Katayama is joined by Howie Velie, Associate Dean of Culinary Arts at the Culinary Institute of America, and culinary student Jose Ganem to discuss the...

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Expressing the Seasons

Today on Japan Eats, host Akiko Katayama is joined in the studio by David Kinch of Los Gatos' Manresa.

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The Life of a Sake Ambassador

After discovering premium sake for the first time in 2005, today's guest Tim Sullivan went on to found UrbanSake.com, which is now America’s longest-running sake website.

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Obsessed with Shochu

"Kampai!" or "Cheers!" This week on Japan Eats host Akiko Katayama welcomes Stephen Lyman to the studio talking all about the Japanese alcoholic beverage shochu.

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Better School Food: Borrowed, Hacked, and Shared

Today we venture into new territory with the help of Chef Lisa Feldman, who is Director of Culinary Services for Sodexo USA. As a major provider of school meals (413 districts, two millio...