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Food service leaders from six of the nation's very largest districts--New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Dallas, Miami, and Orlando--have joined together over shared reform goals: lower prices, more sustainable production practice, and a pronounced shift in not just what's served, but how--including how we talk to kids about food. And who best to consult with about that? The French, bien sur. This program was brought to you by Whole Foods Market.

Photo: Pierre Bonnard, The Children's Meal, 1895

"As the six largest districts, we’re trying to be good custodians of the relationships we have with the national companies that influence the entire industry for school meals… When we’re talking with manufacturers and suppliers, we’re able to have an open dialogue with them that is very meaningful. Our unified voice is going to help them to be successful with all school districts, not just the largest." [07:00]

--Stephen O'Brien on Inside School Food

"We really feel like there's great opportunity for the community and legislators to start looking at our childhood nutrition programs as education programs. School meals are no different than transportation and textbooks and it goes to support academic performance of the students." [20:00]

--Dora Rivas on Inside School Food


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Learn about cognac and other esoteric spirits on this week's episode of The Speakeasy as Damon Boelte is joined by Nicolas Palazzi of PM Spirits, an uber small operation "importing and distributing geeky spirits in the US." Tune in and find out how the often overlooked Cognac is a staple in French and European culture and hear what makes it different than any other category. They also discuss other specialty imported spirits and even taste some on air! This program was brought to you by Rolling Press.

"We don't throw huge parties, we don't have a tour bus. We go one person at a time and try to open their eyes as to what's available out there and hopefully we sell stuff!" [28:00]

--Nicolas Palazzi on The Speakeasy


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This week on Food Talk with Michael Colameco, host Mike Colameco welcomes Ariane Daguin of D'Artagnan and Eugenia Bone, author of "The Kitchen Ecosystem." Ariane tells Mike her thinking behind starting D'Artagnan. Since 1985, D’Artagnan has been dedicated to putting the finest meats, mushrooms and truffles on the tables of American gastronomes and was really one of the first of its kind to introduce high end ingredients to the masses. Mike and Ariane reminisce on the New York scene at D'Artagnan's start and also chat about what's on the horizon for the iconic food purveyor. After the break, Mike chats with author Eugenia Bone about the New York Mycological Society's upcoming banquet. Along with her are Neil Redding and Chef Ben Walmer, who will be responsible for some of the cooking at the society's annual banquet. Talking all about cooking with quality mushrooms, Mike gets a preview of delicious dishes to be served at the banquet plus other interesting things that the New York Mycological Society does throughout the year.

"There are two ways of doing free range: the cheap way of doing it in quantity and the right way. We think about that constantly at D'Artagnan. We want to grow but don't want to compromise anything." [25:00]

--Ariane Daguin on Food Talk


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