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First Aired - 09/13/2009 05:30PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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Cutlets
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Tekserve-new
On the second installment of The Mr. Cutlets show, Josh Ozersky picks up right where he left off. Josh shares his beef with grass-fed cattle, unveils his grand meatball plan and celebrates some origins and techniques for New York City's best fried chicken
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Josh Ozersky, Kate Weiss, The Mr. Cutlets Show, cucumbers, Fairway, dry aged rib steak, USDA, prime, choice, standard, select, cutter, canner, what they call prime now, they used to call choice, social promotion of meat, Japanese breed steak, Minetta Tavern, Prime House, high powered steak programs, Kobe, marbling, muscle tissue is an inactive ingredient, the fat is the meat, and the meat is the vegetable, micro marbling, copious marbling, grass fed meat, force fed corn cobs, corn is a cheap sweetener, prime meat has a mellow sweetness for it, cow massaging propaganda, anti meat activists are energized by the idea of the poor pathetic penned veal, meat, you can't get micro marbling with grass fed beef, Kobe animals are massaged because of the awful conditions they are kept in,

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First Aired - 08/02/2009 12:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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The-main-course
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This week on The Main Course, Patrick and Katy talk with guest James Oliver Cury about the culture of cooking, and how the internet has helped grow the food community.
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First Aired - 03/07/2010 12:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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The-main-course
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Wfm
Francis Schott of Stage Left Restaurant sparks a lively conversation on the prices of sustainable food. Also on the show, Marissa Sanchez & Mike Edison.
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Stage Left Restaurant, Francis Schott, a good food cost is normally 28 percent, restaurant concepts sometimes determing the price point, sustainable business, The Rainbow Room, the start of modern cocktail culture, white linen tablecloth, 26 food points, candlelit, Heritage Foods USA, we have to be smarter to make things affordable, whole animal cooking, high end cuts should cost a lot, in-house skill, fat in dishes, food return cost, $4.24 a pound versus 95 cents a pound, good taste is revolutionary, the economy subsidizes non-sustainable food, no one person benefits, tiny profit margins, 3 pound porterhouse for two costs $45 and is $95 on the menu, Anne Saxelby's cheeses, www.restaurantguysradio.com, Doritos, the solution is not here yet, middle class families, Food Inc, the cost of going to the supermarket is less expensive than going to Burger King, obesity, diabetes, fast food tax, Heritage Foods raises antibiotic free pasture raised and genetically sound animals, institutionalized food, Obama administration, cynical mindset in the Republican party, partisan politics, FDA, Department of Agriculture, legislative action, Roberta's, Marissa Sanchez,
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Abraham Lincoln, externalizing cost, theft against the environment, dumping waste, EPA, Environmental Protection Agency, the consumer can make a difference by having good taste, food heritage as Americans, Orange New Jersey, Sanitary Bakery, advertising after World War II convinced people that Wonder bread was good, mass brainwashing, Velveeta, Spaghetti-O's, the good food palate got lost, food stands, Chipotle, anti intellectual movement, Sarah Palin, USDA conference, fresh kale, farmers market, harvest salad in the fall, dried cranberries and walnuts, how to braise a piece of cheap meat, rice and beans, there is a lot of fluff on the Food Network, Gordan Ramsey, Dan Barber, New Brunswick is one of the best urban revivals around, Stage Left employs more people per square foot than any other retail, Johnson & Johnson, real jobs for real people, restaurant business, real blue collar jobs, restaurantuers are very important, promoting farms, closing arguments, www.restaurantguysradio.com, you can make a difference in the community, local produce, local farmers, canning, pickling, Jersey tomatoes are the best in the world, how do you stay local 12 months a year?, Rick Bishop, Oaxaca Mexico, El Saber Del Sabor,
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lamb, sausage, beans, WWE, www.gothamgirls.com, velodrome, Momofuku, Newark, Oscars, Avatar, www.mikeedison.com, Back 40, jowl nuggets, the best festivals are in the spring, celebration of spring, free flowing rose wine, May 12th, Ides of March, Blades of Glory, John Heder, Cheech & Chong, Miami Vice, Al Sharpton, wrestling is all about surrealism, roller derby, Gotham Girls, Manhattan Mayhem, Hunter Collage, Saturday morning TV, Heritage Radio Network Calendar, traffic jams in LA, there's only reason to live in New York: you have to love it, we scrap too much for too little, the fighting attitude keeps New York unique, pork buns, racial riots, Howard Beach, Crown Heights, The Blackout of 1977, The Super Bowl, the greatest export America has is its culture, James Cameron, The Hurt Locker, A Serious Man, Hollywood employs a lot of people, Jay Leno, Governor Paterson, blind jokes, www.back40.com,

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