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Published September 9th, 2014

Running time: 3 Minutes

From ramen to cereal milk ice cream, David Chang's opinions on taste and why it matters may surprise you.

By Elizabeth Saxe

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This week on The Morning After, Jessie Kiefer and Sari Kamin are discussing the lack of women in Time Magazine's "Gods of Food" feature. Joining Jessie and Sari in the studio are Elizabeth Chubbuck (Murray's Cheese), Amanda Smeltz (Roberta's), Nicole Ponseca (Maharlika & Jeepney), Ashley Merriman (The Waverly Inn), Chiara Klaiman (Rouge Tomate), and Liza Queen (Potlikker). Tune in to hear the cast's various reactions to the exclusion of women in the article. Are women in the food industry accurately represented in the media? Does the failing brand of Time actually relevant to the food industry? Find out why food media courts predominantly male chefs, and how the restaurant business became such a "boy's club". Learn why certain sectors of the food business, such as wine and cheese, have more gender parity. Tune in to hear the cast brainstorm how they can change the perceptions of women in food. This program has been sponsored by MOOD Magazine. Music by EULA.

"If you're going to say that women are not influential in the kitchen, it's less likely that we're going to work in kitchens, or get hired. And that just makes me very tired." [9:45]

-- Liza Queen on The Morning After

"I've always found kitchens to be welcoming, radical places. And that's how I try to run my kitchen... How is what's happening outside of the restaurant not reflecting what's inside the restaurant?" [36:10]

-- Ashley Merriman on The Morning After


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On today’s WORD OF MOUTH SUMMER 2014 MAD SYMPOSIUM RETROSPECTIVE, Leiti brings listeners unedited conversations she had with top food folks she ran into from all over the world while in Copenhagen. This year the two day gathering of the world’s best food folks put on by Rene Redzepi and the Noma team was themed WHAT IS COOKING. Speakers ranged from farmers, journalists, a judge, a philosopher and chefs like this year’s MAD curator Alex Atala from Brazil, David Chang, Roy Choi, Jeremiah Tower, and Pierre Koffman, who was the boss of the likes of Gordon Ramsey and Marco Pierre White. Tune in and hear these conversations! This program was brought to you by The International Culinary Center

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