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First Aired - 07/13/2009 02:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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On the premier of Snacky Tunes, New York's very own Drop The Lime comes by the studio to play music and talk about his experience with food on the road.
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First Aired - 09/13/2010 02:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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This week on Snacky Tunes DJ Never Forget talked to Kate Blumm of the Brooklyn Botanic Garden. The crew at the BBG are hosting a Chili Pepper Fiesta featuring bands from various "chili loving nations" and chili-packed food from a myriad of different cuisines. Plus Jose Gonzalez of Junip called from Scandinavia to talk about eating on the road and his spicy food heat-tolerance-level. This episode was sponsored by Whole Foods Market.

New York City’s Craft Beer Week is just around the corner, beginning Friday, September 24th and running through Sunday, October 3rd. To kickoff the annual series, Whole Foods Market Bowery is hosting a beer and food pairing event in their Beer Room. Oskar Blues is on tap and Chef Jacques Gautier of Park Slope’s Palo Santo is cooking up one of his South American delights to accompany. Food tasting goes from 5 to 7 and beer will continue til 9. With a Craft Beer Week passport get $3 off a 64 ounce growler fill. Meet Chef Gautier Friday, September 24th and enjoy some special tastes, on tap and from the kitchen.

Photo 1: chili peppers, Photo 2: José González


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First Aired - 11/24/2010 07:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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- A Journey Through The 7 Phases Of Building Your Dream House (With An Architect) -

Brought To You By Cabot Cheese, Perfect For Your Next Holiday Party (since 1919)

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heritageradionetwork.com, thanksgiving eve 2010, the national secular quasi-religious event we call Thanksgiving, national feast day, Cabot Cheese, cabotcheese.com, how design services progress, Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House, there are distinct phases of architectural services, Programming, have an interview with your architect, a focus on residential design, the architectural community in the United States is relatively small, a letter of agreement, The Program, the space and functions you want, budget and sight limitations, Schematic Design, SD, plans, sections, slices, elevations, the arrangement of spaces and the form of the building, the play back and forth between architect and owner, furniture and negative space, Design Development, DD, more specificity with materials and construction details, heating, cooling, lighting, Preparing The Contract Documents, drawings and specifications, material specifics have cost implications, Bidding, Construction, Construction Administration, a clerk of words, Close Out, Punch List, additional services, good caravan music, Buddha Bar, Parisian Algerians,
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a journey of ideas and thoughts about what you need and want in your house, an e-mail from a prospective client, the beach house from Sleeping With The Enemy, lots of glass and ship rails, The Architect's Analysis, highly aspirational, single-person home, the kitchen, home cooking, commercial-grade stoves, Vulcan, Wolf, sous vide, circulator, Dave Arnold, Cooking Issues, getting to understand how your client lives, The Extreme Example of Frank Lloyd Wright, no storage space whatsoever, you don't need all that stuff, old-fashioned clothes presses, New Canaan Modernists, Eliot Noyes, John Johansen, items on display, gas fireplaces, window design, Dr. Edith Farnsworth House, Mies van der Rohe, energy-efficient windows, glass technology, Smith Architectural Design LLC, Connecticut, unlicensed Architectural Design, Architectural Digest, decorating magazine, working without a program, kitchen addition, set budget parameters, The Great Depression 2.0, high rates for skilled labor, documentation of expectations, cooking libido, Patti Smith, Kurt Cobain, Smells Like Teen Spirit,

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