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The International Culinary Center is turning 30 – and we want to celebrate! We’re offering a peek behind the curtain off the ICC and some of their esteemed alumni. This episodes featured graduate: Ben Sargent.

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First Aired - 05/06/2010 03:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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Ben interviews his father author William Sargent about the implications that the recent Gulf of Mexico oil spill will have on the environment, sea life, and our economy.
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Catch It Cook It & Eat It, Ben Sargent, Heritage Radio Network, White Oak Pastures, William Sargent, oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, should be leaking 4 million gallons per oil a day but its only leaking 200,000 per day, the flow is being impeded, they don't know what the initial explosion was caused by, British Petrolium, Gulf Coast oil spill, the oil rig was bigger than 2 football fields, 11 people died, death blow for that part of the world, Hurricane Katrina, fishermen, fisheries, seafood industry, 40% of our seafood comes from the Gulf of Mexico, there is concern for ice buildup, it is very cold at the bottom of the gulf, what are the potential longterm effects on sea life, totally devastating, shrimp, blue crab, sperm whales, dolphins, dozens of species of birds, endangered species, chemical dispersals, even if you can't see the oil or chemicals its still in the water column, all the shrimp eggs are at the deepest part of the water, blue fin tuna are breeding now, BP said its not their mistake, Trans Oceanic, oil companies have monetary reserves just for this kind of thing, this is a water shed event, nobody is saying drill baby drill anymore, fishermen out of work are now working for BP essentially,
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what happens to the fishermen?, are they reembursed for the time lost and fish they cant catch?, Deepwater Horizon oil spill, band aid approach, the spill is the size of Delaware, in the coming weeks it will become overwhelming, we are addicted to oil, there is so much money tied up in oil, it's like drug dealing, Preisdent Obama, everybody has to step back and look at the big picture, we can't play politics, needs to be solved long term, the economy depends on our environment, we're losing out to countries like China, wind energy, solar energy, America has become a second rate country, will we feel the effects in New York?, there is a concern that the spill could leave the Gulf, might see oil along the beaches of Florida, this might get worse before it gets better, volcano in Iceland, it's a shame we were prepared for this, Santa Barbara spill, Clean Water Act, Clean Air Act, how can we help?, William is now writing children's books,

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First Aired - 07/29/2010 03:30PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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This week's Catch It, Cook It, & Eat It saw Ben calling HRN studios with a live update from a journey on the ferry to Martha's Vineyard. It was a potpourri of whats to come in the world of Ben Sargent and CICI&EI. Ben recounts his recent experience judging Iron Chef America, the history of the Martha's Vineyard region (for better or worse), and his new resolution to catch everything he cooks. This episode was sponsored by Edwards of Surry, VA.

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