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This week on WORD OF MOUTH, host Leiti Hsu settles in with Union Square Hospitality Group’s Nick Anderer, chef-partner of Maialino and the seven-week-old Marta, a Roman pizzeria in the Martha Washington Hotel. This Columbia U. art history major and finance minor talks design, surfing, oven splurging--and he’ll share Danny Meyer’s superpower. Top of the show starts with Max Sussman of The Cleveland at the Greenmarket. We WINEddown with Champagne, Nick’s favorite funghi pizza pairing. This program was brought to you by The International Culinary Center.

“It’s like the chop shop where we all put together our dream car or something; it’s completely original.” [on the wood-burning open kitchen setup]

“I cooked with my mom a lot, and we had dinner together every single night.”

“I loved sausage, I made a lot of things with sausage, I felt like sausage was the foolproof way to make anything taste good.” [on what Nick cooked as a kid]

“That’s also the funny part about being in Rome is that every single menu looks the same.”

--Nic Anderer on WORD OF MOUTH

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This week on Eating Disorder hosts Crazy Legs Conti and The Rev Spyro open up the show with a mysterious sound clip tease for the coming episode - Twinkies! After catching up for a minute, the guys welcome Steve Ettlinger to the program, author of "Twinkie, Deconstructed." Talking about Steve's past writing about beer and champagne, the conversation welcomes Steve's daughter, Chelsea, to the show as well. Spyro and Crazy Legs recall their mothers packing lunch with strange items but agree that the Twinkie was the most iconic of desserts. Starting on a very informative discussion about Twinkies, how they're made, bizarre ingredients, and nearly everything else, Steve shares a multitude of stories about his research on the Hostess cake. After the break, the group takes on the infamous Fruit Pie snack and Crazy Legs shares his escapades with the snacks through his competitive eating career. Tune in for a great show to learn all you ever wanted about the nostalgic sweets! This program was brought to you by Cain Vineyard & Winery.

"The filling is sort of the holy grail of food research." [13:45]

--Steve Ettlinger on Eating Disorder

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This week on In the Drink, host Joe Campanale sits down with Jerusha Frost, New York Sommelier. Recommending wine to New York diners for almost 8 years now, her love for wine was discovered while living on a vineyard in Austria and was then fostered at Wallsé by Aldo Sohm. After working for him there and Le Bernardin, she had a brief stint at the then newly-opened RN74 in San Francisco, returning to NYC to open The Lion in the West Village. From there, she moved uptown, to work with Michael Madrigale at Bar Boulud and Boulud Sud. Currently, she is working with Chef Didier Elena and a roster of the world’s best chefs at Chefs Club by Food & Wine, where she has curated a list of fine and delicious wines from around the world. Jerusha holds an Advanced Sommelier Certificate from the Court of Master Sommeliers, a Diploma of Wine & Spirits from the WSET (Wine & Spirits Education Trust) and a B.A. from Macalester College. Tune in for a great show! This program was brought to you by Michter's.

"I've really learned how a wine that you wouldn't necessarily gravitate to can be something you would love based on what you're eating. It can make the food better!" [4:48]

"Work with someone who has tasted so much more than you and knows more than you and can teach you. There's so much to learn and I still have so much to learn." [13:39]

--Jerusha Frost on In the Drink

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