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This week on Native, host Briana Kurtz is headed to China with Fuchsia Dunlop! A cook and food-writer specializing in Chinese cuisine, Fuchsia is not only a James Beard Award Winner, but also the author of "Every Grain of Rice: Simple Chinese Home Cooking," "Shark’s Fin and Sichuan Pepper: A Sweet-Sour Memoir of Eating in China," an account of her adventures in exploring Chinese food culture; as well as cookbooks "Revolutionary Chinese Cookbook" and "Land of Plenty." She talks to Briana about Chinese cuisine around the Asian region and how food as evolved in the last few years both in China as well as how westerners are beginning to embrace these traditional flavors and textures. After the break, Fuchsia talks about her most recent trip to China and shares thoughts on the passing on of traditions from generation to generation as well as recent events in the area. This program was brought to you by Cain Vineyard & Winery.

"I really didn't want to be a traditional ex-pat living in Beijing, Shanghai, I really wanted to dive into China." [2:30]

"There are quite a few Chinese ingredients that westerners tend to find rather alien or disgusting... for me it was about setting aside these prejudices and trying things." [9:00]

--Fuchsia Dunlop on Native


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Tune in for a special show with the Brooklyn Brew Shop this week on Beer Sessions Radio! Host Jimmy Carbone and producer Justin Kennedy are joined by Erica Shea and Stephen Valand, the owners and founders of Brooklyn Brew Shop. They started the Brooklyn Brew Shop out of the Brooklyn Flea in the summer of 2009 to get space-strapped New Yorkers brewing. With the idea that making beer (real beer from real ingredients) can be simple, tasty, and most important, fun, they created stylish, easy-to-use Beer Making Kits designed especially for stove-top brewing and ingredient mixes for seasonally inspired beers. This program was brought to you by Union Beer.

"We don't sell beer - we sell the promise of it!" [11:00]

--Erica Shea on Beer Sessions Radio

"We're working on helping a whole new generation of brewers in China and Taiwan" [31:00]

--Steve Alano on Beer Sessions Radio

"The quality of home brewers has gone up drastically in New York City recently" [49:00]

--Justin Kennedy on Beer Sessions Radio


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This week on All in the Industry, host Shari Bayer welcomes "The Man Who Ate Queens" - Joe DiStefano is a tour guide, food writer and editor of Chopsticks and Marrow. Chopsticks and Marrow is a popular blog mainly about eating in Queens, New York City’s most delicious and diverse borough. Shari gets the details on how Joe fell in love with the cuisine of his neighborhood and chats about his thorough neighborhood food tours offered, such as the Himalayan Cuisine Tour, Flushing Chinatown Food Tour, as well as the Flavors of Southeast Asia in Queens Tour. Joe also shares the details around a great upcoming event with his company N.Y. Epicurean Events whose mission is to pair the agricultural bounty of the Catskills with New York City’s finest chefs. Tune in to hear Joe's answers to the speed round questions, industry news, and Shari's solo dining experience at Wylie Dufresne's Alder! This program was brought to you Whole Foods Market.

"Elmhurst, Queens has tons of Thai, Indonesian, Vietnamese, as well as Chinese food. It's a really great neighborhood!"

"I'm still making my way through Queens. I'm still eating Queens!"

--Joe DiStefano on All in the Industry


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