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First Aired - 04/01/2014 10:00AM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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Andrew Tarlow defined the Brooklyn dining scene. Before his first restaurants in Williamsburg -- Diner and Marlow & Sons, there was no "farm to table" restaurant scene to speak of in Brooklyn. Years later, and Andrew has seen a revolution take place - a revolution that he arguably started. Hear from him and his chef Sean Rembold on this week's episode of WORD OF MOUTH with Leiti Hsu. Andrew explains how he started his empire and reflects on his inspirations, business ethics and current projects. Today's show was sponsored by International Culinary Center.

"I've been inspired by being out in the world alone and having to be taken care of by other people - what that means and how others let you into their world. Once you leave the confines of your community you realize how much you need others to help you." [22:00]

--Restauranteur Andrew Tarlow on WORD OF MOUTH

"The employees and customers are on the same playing field and the benefits are symbiotic." [18:00]

--Chef Sean Rembold on WORD OF MOUTH


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First Aired - 11/17/2011 03:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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U Look Hungry gets lucky this week as host Helen Hollyman interviews Chris Ying and Peter Meehan, editors of the quarterly David Chang + McSweeneys lovechild: The Lucky Peach. They talk about Lucky Peach's success during a time when the future of print media is uncertain along with this issue's theme, the sweet spot. But don't mistake them for print purists, they have also taken to technology and coupled the magazine with an amazing and beautiful iPad app. Tune in for a funny and serious discussion of why physical media isn't going anywhere soon as well as the possible use of quionoa as a future currency and Dave Chang's obsession with Road House.


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First Aired - 04/10/2012 03:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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On today’s THE FOOD SEEN, we dote on Deb Perelman of Smitten Kitchen, as she unmusses all the fuss in tiny kitchen cooking (her’s is 42 sq ft). Deb adventures through recipes with fearlessness, sharing new tastes, techniques, and personal food revelations, through her charming prose and insightful photography. I’m sure I’m not the only one excited for The Smitten Kitchen Cookbook, coming out this Fall! This program was brought to you by Edwards.

"I don't think cooking came from who wrote recipes professionally, it came from people who passed around recipes with their own marks in the margins"

"Cooking shouldn't be about how much money you can spend on ingredients, it should be about feeding your family. It should be accessible- food shouldn't be about class."

-- Deb Perelman on THE FOOD SEEN


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