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"Park the car in the Harvard Yard!" This week on Eating Disorder, hosts Crazy Legs Conti and The Rev Spyro welcome the crew from Professor Thom's Bar & Restaurant: Tabatha Tellstrom, Wesley Badrigian, Matthew Raycroft, and Peter Levin. Famously known as the place in New York City to view a Boston Red Sox game, Spyro is on his best New Yorker behavior as the group talks crazy bar times, beloved baseball memories, and how no one actually calls it Beantown. Tune in for the typical Eating Disorder hijinks now with single origin beer (AKA from Crazy Legs' refrigerator)! This program was brought to you by Roberta's Pizza.

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On today’s episode of THE FOOD SEEN, Louis DiBiccari grew up in a suburb of Boston, cooking Sunday suppers as all good Italians do. Upon eating in campus dining halls during college, Louis realized how spoiled he was by his family’s scratch cooking, so he taught himself how to cook. His signature dish: calzones. He then went to culinary school, eventually working at the Millennium Bostonian Hotel, which launched the careers of such Beantown chef legends as Lydia Shire, Jasper White, Jody Adams, and Todd English. Louis himself became a personality in town, with his Iron Chef inspired “Chef Louie Nights”, where guests would vote on dinner themes and ingredients to be revealed the morning of, in preparation for 5-course meal that night. But maybe even more so than food, it was the artists in his life, starting with his Uncle Adio, a master sculptor, that added another creative POV. In 2013, Louis opened Tavern Road in the Fort Point area, which he lived in during early aughts, and was surrounded by artist studios. This is why he began CREATE BOSTON, an annual event that brings together “6 artists, 6 chefs, 1 canvas” to bridge gap between visual and culinary arts, of which he still cooks at it’s epicenter. This program was brought to you by Edwards Ham.

"Chefs work with one side of their brain and artists work with a similar side...when you put them together they both start to think differently." [21:00]

"These guys are ready to push envelopes [Artists working with chefs]" [23:00]

-- Louis DiBiccari on The Food Seen

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This week on the third installment of the Prescribing Food series, host Kim Kessler welcomes Dr. Deborah Frank to Eating Matters, discussing the connection between food and healthcare. Kim asks Dr. Frank about her incredible background and how it led her to found and direct the Grow Clinic for Children at the Boston Medical Center, where malnourished kids and their families are helped by a team of doctors, social workers, and nutritionists. She goes on to share details about Children's HealthWatch and that while malnutrition in children is not incredibly rare in the United States, it does exist and deserves to be addressed. Later in the show, Kim gets the scoop on the Preventive Food Pantry housed at the Boston Medical Center. The Food Pantry works to address nutrition-related illness and under-nutrition for low-income patients. It fills the therapeutic gap by linking physicians and nutritionists to patients. Individuals with special nutritional needs are referred to the Pantry by Boston Medical Center primary care providers who write “prescriptions” for supplemental foods that best promote physical health, prevent future illness and facilitate recovery. The Pantry is often used by patients with cancer, HIV/AIDS, inflammatory bowel disease, diabetes, obesity, food allergies and other chronic conditions. Tune in for a great show! This program was brought to you by Cain Vineyard & Winery.

"I did a fellowship with Dr. T. Berry Brazelton in child development and realized that poor nutrition was one of the preventable and treatable causes of learning and behavioral difficulties." [1:42]

"Food is medicine." [28:45]

--Dr. Deborah Frank on Eating Matters

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