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Deborah Harkness on Sustainable Seafood. First - Emily chats with New York Times best selling author Deborah Harkness, who wrote the All Souls Trilogy of fantasy books. Her wine blog, Good Wine Under $20, is an online record of her search for the best, most affordable wines. These efforts have been applauded by the American Wine Blog Awards, Saveur.com, Wine & Spirits magazine, and Food & Wine magazine. Her wine writing has also appeared on the website Serious Eats and in Wine & Spirits magazine. Later in the show, she opines on the state of sustainable seafood with some help from Tom Colicchio. This program was brought to you by Tabard Inn.

"I grew up in a family where there was always wine on the table." [02:00]

--Deborah Harkness on Sharp & Hot


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What happens when an iconic brand like Russ & Daughters gets a makeover? Find out on this week's episode of After the Jump, as Grace Bonney is joined by Jen Snow, Director of Media and PR at Russ & Daughter, and designer/artist Kelli Anderson. Find out what went into the brand redesign and how Jen & Kelli were able to maintain the soul and spirit of the 100 year old company while modernizing the look and feel of Russ & Daughters. This program was sponsored by Edwards VA Ham.

"You walk into Russ & Daughers and there are 100 years of stories!" [08:00]

Jen Snow on After the Jump

"We did not want to turn Russ & Daughters into the Epcot version of Russ & Daughters. We wanted to analyze what it was about the place that brought all these people together." [17:00]

--Kelli Anderson on After the Jump


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Get a social media primer from Grace Bonney on an essential episode of After the Jump! She breaks down the steps you need to take to start building your brand online and shares advice on how to chart your successes and failures with social media. Tune in as she explains the differences between small, medium and large content and outlines strategies for you to tackle the sometimes overwhelming task of entering the social media stratosphere. This program was brought to you by Mail Chimp.

"There are 1.2 billion people on Facebook. There are 225 million on Twitter, 200 million on Instagram and over 70 million people on Pinterest. It's an awful lot of people and the kicker is those people are also potential clients, customers... Avoiding them represents missing out on opportunities none of us can afford to let pass us by." [01:00]

"Start a chart on your computer. You'll want to track account names, what platform they're on and what they're doing that you like." [03:00]

"You don't want to fall into the trap of only posting light content. Find the mix that's right for you." [08:00]

--Grace Bonney on After the Jump


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