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Everything's On the Table
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The first recording of the night includes conversations with Brandon Hoy of Roberta's, Darin Bresnitz of Snacky Tunes, Cathy Erway of Cheap Date, Shane Welsh of Six Point Ale & the one and only Joe Bastianich.
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This week on Eat Your Words, host Cathy Erway welcomes Deirdre Heekin to the show, talking about her new book, "An Unlikely Vineyard." Kicking off the episode, Cathy asks Deirdre to elaborate on the wine world in Vermont, considering that she is one of the wine pioneers in that area of the country. She goes on to talk to Cathy about the conundrum of being certified as organic or biodynamic for the grower versus what it means for the consumer. Notably, Deirdre is the proprietor and wine director of Osteria Pane e Salute, an acclaimed restaurant and wine bar in Woodstock, Vermont. Deirdre and her husband, head chef of the restaurant, live on a small farm in Barnard, Vermont, where they grow both the vegetables for their restaurant and natural wines and ciders for their la garagista label. Tune in to learn all about the wine happenings in Vermont and to hear highlights from her new book! This program was brought to you by Rolling Press.

"Research your wine like you'd research your food." [17:35]

"I say get your hands dirty, start planting things. It's important that we all grow something and that we learn something from the act of planting a seed." [27:05]

--Deirdre Heekin on Eat Your Words

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This week on Eat Your Words, host Cathy Erway is talking with author Janna Gur about her new recipe book, "Jewish Soul Food." Just in time for upcoming holidays, Cathy kicks off the show asking Janna why she decided to take on writing this book. She elaborates that she wanted to bring the 'greatest hits' of Jewish grandmothers to North American readers. Considering herself more of a curator of wonderful recipes at her disposal, she explains that she nearly prefers that title to cookbook author because the included recipes have been tried again and again and are not solely based on her personal tastes. Janna currently lives in Tel Aviv, Israel and sheds light on the environment there from the political turmoil to the cultural and culinary highlights. Tune in to hear all about the new book as well as the definition and differences between Ashkenazi and Sephardic cooking. This program was brought to you by Fairway Market.

"The only way to really preserve a cuisine to cook it and find as many people as possible to eat it."

"Israelis have this really lustful life and part of it is the food."

--Janna Gur on Eat Your Words

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