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First Aired - 07/13/2009 05:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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Kate Manchester talks with Matt DiRuggiero author of The Range Café Cookbook and then with Woody Tasch, venture capitalist on "Slow Money".
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First Aired - 10/17/2010 12:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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This week on The Main Course Patrick and Katy discussed how to turn the "farm to fork" movement into a major shift from commodity food with Helene York of Bon Appetit Management Company. Ed Brown of Restaurant Associates also chimed in to discuss how green initiatives can help others do what he does: serve sustainable food to over 400,000 people a day nation wide. Aaron Oster of Salumeria Rosi brought and discussed some delicious cured meats, and had a heated discussion with Katy and Patrick about subtly moving people along during their restaurant experience to prevent unnecessary and borderline rude loitering. Rachel Saunders, Author of "The Blue Chair Jam Cookbook" discussed jams, jellies, berries and their hybrid cousin boysenberries. Finally Dana Cowin and Kate Krader of Food and Wine Magazine joined Top Chef judge Gale Simmons and Singapore food expert KF Seetoh for a discussion on food trucks, street food, and the definition of "Die Die Must Try". This episode was sponsored by Fairway: like no other market.

Photo 1: Salumeria Rosi, Photo 2: The Blue Chair Jam Cookbook by Rachel Saunders, Photo 3: Gail Simmons

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First Aired - 08/21/2011 12:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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This week on The Main Course Patrick and Jason are joined by guest host Todd Wickstrom of Rishi Tea. Together they talk about about brining meat, East v. West Coast food scenes, and how absurd pizza geeks can be with Chris Behr, formerly of A16 and now the man behind Brooklyn Larder. Later on they are joined by Katie Howard, producer of a new PBS show, ""What They're Eating in the Photograph", to talk about the intersection of art and food in photography, sculpture and other media such as edible installations. Then the crew takes a mid-day train to Georgia to talk with Olivia Sargeant of Farm 255 and who also runs their farm Full Moon Farms as well as several vegetable and meat CSAs. This episode is chock full of art-heists, road trips, Southern cooking, and yes, lard, so don't miss out, tune in to The Main Course. This episode is sponsored by Hearst Ranch.

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