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There is perhaps no city in the nation more strongly associated with fish than Monterey, CA, home to the world-famous Monterey Bay Aquarium and the setting for John Steinbeck’s Cannery Row. But most of the seafood harvested from local waters is processed in China and sold to international markets. At Monterey Peninsula Unified School District, food service director Jenn Gerard wants to do something about that. Learn how she’s teamed up with a pioneering CSF (community supported fishery) to purchase Pacific Grenadier for her popular fish tacos. This program was brought to you by Tabard Inn.

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This week on The Morning After, hosts Jessie Kiefer and Sari Kamin kick off the show divulging some amazing Food News concerning Japan, killer alligators, and TGI Friday's, before officially welcoming Chef de Cuisine Min Kong and Executive Sous Chef Anthony Coffey from Little Park restaurant in New York City. Explaining how she came to take the position at Little Park, Min also chats about the big idea behind Little Park and how it sets itself apart from other Andrew Carmellini restaurants as well as how they collaborate and compose the menu. Anthony adds to the discussion, talking about Little Park's distinction from other seasonal restaurants in the New York area. After the break, the group jumps into The Morning After Quiz! Tune in for a great show! This program was brought to you by The International Culinary Center.

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"I think without having any titles on things, or any type of cuisine placed upon us, it's been liberating... this has been open and natural and organic." [18:50]

--Min Kong on The Morning After

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This week on The Farm Report, host Erin Fairbanks is getting in the spirit of the holidays! Talking to Louis DeLucia of NYC Trees she gets the scoop all on their Christmas tree ordering and delivery service that boasts local trees. Native New Yorkers, business partners, and brothers, Harold and Louis DeLucia are also experts in providing access to farm-fresh fruits, vegetables, and fresh-cut flowers from their family farm as well as neighboring family farms to various areas across the city. Through these relationships, Louis explains that they saw an opportunity to support neighboring Christmas tree farms, by providing their city customers with homegrown Fraser Firs. After seeing the numerous tree stalls that pop up during the holidays stocked with second-grade trees usually farmed in Canada or the Carolinas, the brothers recognized the need for local, quality Christmas trees at an affordable price. NYC Trees eliminates the hassle of Christmas tree shopping in New York City. Louis goes on to chat with Erin about the importance of sourcing local business, maintaining the trees' farmland, and how NYC Trees is giving back this holiday season. Tune in for a seasonally appropriate and important episode! This program was brought to you by Heritage Foods USA.

"It was my brother's vision and I was against it, I didn't see it going anywhere. It has really mushroomed and... people appreciate the convenience and the service to get the Christmas tree up three or four flights of stairs in the service elevator on time." [5:58]

"So you want a tree that smells good, that looks full, and has a great needle retention, and just by coincidence, most of the local farms raise Fraser Firs in New Jersey." [6:56]

--Louis DeLucia on The Farm Report

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