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First Aired - 08/31/2010 12:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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This week on Cooking Issues Dave and Nastassia dish out a heaping helping of culinary assistance via the telephone as they field calls from friends and strangers alike. Tune in to hear suggestions for tackling the immense (in choice, not difficulty!) undertaking of cooking Indian cuisine, listen to the science behind and practical solution to keeping basil and other greens bright and fresh when chopping or slicing them, and of course don't miss an opportunity to hear Nastassia's astrological sign. This episode was sponsored by Whole Foods.

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Dave Arnold, Cooking Issues, Heritage Radio Network, Whole Foods Market, new infusion technique, whipped cream bottle, infused liquor, does this also work with solids?, infusing solids with flavor, hash browns should not be chewy!, potatoes can be chewy and be good, potato ice cream, dehydration phenomenons, microwaved potato chips, Dave thinks baked potato chips are an abomination, caller question, Bakon Vodka, good uses for it?, bacon infused liquor, fat washing, another caller question, Dave works at the French Culinary Institute, no sugar diet, what desserts have no sugar?, calorie issues, whipped cream isn't bad for you, it's primarily air, eat smaller quantities, sugar free meringues, you can't use honey as a sweetener with chocolate, caller question about ethnic foods, Indian food, shy away from dishes that require a specific piece of a equipment, some need a tandoor oven, sauteing spices, read a few cookbooks, Dave doesn't support being a vegan, Indian food is vegan friendly, Indian food is very regional, nitrous, yes, microwaving, honey,

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First Aired - 06/10/2010 12:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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This week on Taste of the Past Linda spoke with Seamus Mullen of Boqueria & Boqueria Soho. They discussed the many regional cuisines of Spain and why its no longer cooler to get your food Fed-Ex from far off lands than from a small farm upstate.
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local ingredients, farm ingredients, Seamus grew up on a small sustainable organic farm in Vermont, chickens, sheep, cattle, gardening, using produce grown in the garden in the restaurant, it's nice to escape the concrete in New York City, what's the hardest thing for people to get used to with tapas?, lack of familiarity with Spanish food, regional side of Spanish cuisine, Spain is a small country, incredible geographically and linguistically diverse, many different cultures within Spain, fried white beet, shishito, it used to be sexy to get something shipped from Japan, now it's sexy to get something from Hudson Valley, local fish, black bass, molecular gastronomy, people have jumped into the science of cooking, Harold McGee, World Cup at Boqueria, food starting at 9:30AM,

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First Aired - 06/20/2010 12:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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This week on The Main Course Patrick and Katy spoke to Seth Unger about the NYC Food Film Festival. Dave Arnold also came by to talk about the future of gastronomy, new ingredients, and the power combining the high-tech with technique.
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Cherryholmes, Seth Unger, NYC Food Film Festival, in it's 4th year, cinematic scratch and sniff, Sundance with snacks, Beef tendon ball, Jun 23rd at the Water Taxi beach at South Street Seaport, Great NYC Shuck and Suck, oysters, East coast oysters, how do you deal with crowd control at all you can eat events?, a caller wins the ribs!, Street Food Festival, all you can eat mushroom night, Southeast Asian cuisine, Astor Center, 24th, fresh fried squid chips, Squid Chips, Jonathan Meyer, the guests can watch the food being made, next caller can get a free boston butt pack, 15 pounds of boneless pork shoulder, who's who of the downtown scene will be at the event, most french fries in the city are horrible, Penny Arcade, Friday is the Queens event, Water Taxi Beach in Long Island City, Pig Ear Sandwich, Fatty Cue, Lockhart, Texas, Robbie Richter, modernizing BBQ to include sustainably raised animals, Food Truck Drive in Movie, Brooklyn Flea has the worst ad campaign, Bread Maverick, Sunday is the last day of the festival, Grits Takedown, Matt Timms, Burger & Beer Garden, longest topping bar ever!, donated by Whole Foods Market, Sam from Dogfish Head will be there, independent brews, three different kinds of beef, three different meats, sliders, Hamburger America, George Motz,

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