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11:OO-11:3O /// Taste Matters
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11:OO - 11:3O /// Native
12:OO - 12:3O /// A Taste of the Past
1:OO - 1:3O /// The Farm Report
2:OO-2:3O /// Pizza Party
3:OO-3:3O /// Eating Matters
4:OO - 5:OO /// Food Talk with Mike Colameco
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This week on Fuhmentaboudit!, hosts Chris Cuzme and Mary Izett kick off their 101st episode with some festive brew announcements before playing an interview done earlier in the year with Jenni Lyons of Happy Leaf Kombucha in Denver, CO. The hosts talk to Jenni about how she got started fermenting her own kombucha, tips for making kombucha at home, and all the interesting details behind starting the business from the ground up. After the break, Chris and Mary do a comprehensive recap of 2014 featuring some show highlights and what to look forward to in the new year! Finishing off the show, the duo talk their current experiences making sourdough bread and cultured butter. Tune in for some great tips and tricks along the way. This program was brought to you by Whole Foods Market.

"Ferment simply! And have fun with the flavors." [9:40]

--Jenni Lyons on Fuhmentaboudit!

"I love it that I can use my brewing equipment to make bread. I think it's a fantastic fermentation crossover!" [29:15]

--Mary Izett on Fuhmentaboudit!


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Go behind the scenes at Eatlay, a high-end Italian food market/mall chain comprising a variety of restaurants, food and beverage stations, bakery, and retail items, on a brand new episode of The Main Course. Patrick Martins is joined by brothers Adam and Alex Saper who are partners in the Italian retail giant. Adam Saper spent childhood summers in Italy where he became enamored with the food and the people. After he graduated from Columbia University, he boarded a plane to Florence to learn the language. A year later, he was back in New York with Italian roommates, but not nearly enough quality Italian food. He decided to solidify his entrepreneurial experience as the Director of Business Development for a growing medical devices company. The job often brought him abroad and, by chance, brought him back to Italy by way of Oscar Farinetti’s “Eataly.” He wanted to give his hometown an opportunity to experience the energy and the quality of this unique Italian marketplace. So, he and his brother, Alex, put their Italian to good use and forged a partnership to create the first ever Eataly North America. Alex Saper started his career in finance but found himself unfulfilled. He wanted to pursue his passion for Italian food and wine and with his Italian language skills, began working at the Eataly founding flagship in Torino, Italy. As the company grew, he traveled to Japan to open more stores, studying the business to determine the best way to translate this amazing concept to his fellow New Yorkers. Together with his brother, Adam, and New York restaurant veterans, Mario Batali and Joe and Lidia Bastianich, the very first Eataly USA located in NYC started to take shape. This program was brought to you by Brooklyn Slate.

"Anytime you open something that's 5,000 square feet and hasn't been done before, there will be challenges." [09:00]

"If we don't have good people running our business, we'll never be a success. That starts with people being happy in the stores." [22:00]

--Alex Saper on The Main Course

"It's really nice to be able to be in the store. I love helping customers find something or seeing a frustrated customer, helping them and seeing them become a loyal customer." [20:00]

--Adam Saper on The Main Course


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This week's guests on Radio Cherry Bombe are Jordyn Lexton, Missy Robbins & Laura Maniec. Today's program was brought to you by The International Culinary Center.

Jordyn Lexton, Founder and Executive Director of Drive Change After teaching English on Riker’s Island for three years and witnessing the traumatic effects of adult jail on youth, Jordyn came up with the concept of Drive Change in 2012 and has spent the past 18 months bringing her dream to life by working in the NYC food sector and NYC reentry/criminal justice field. Jordyn holds a BA in English from Wesleyan University and a MA in Teaching from Pace University.

"We are a food truck social enterprise. We use food trucks a business model and platform to hire, teach and empower people that are coming home from adult jail and prison." [05:00]

"We're dispelling misconceptions people have of what it means to be formerly incarcerated by sharing meals." [07:00]

"When you eat at our food truck you are participating in this reform movement" [18:00]

--Jordyn Lexton on Radio Cherry Bombe

Master Sommelier Laura Maniec brings her extensive wine knowledge and passion for teaching to Corkbuzz Wine Studio, which she opened with her business partner Frank Vafier in 2011. Already a rising star in the wine world, Maniec is also the face of Corkbuzz, which she plans to expand in 2014 with Corkbuzz Wine Bar in New York City’s bustling Chelsea Market and Corkbuzz Wine Studio in Charlotte, North Carolina.

"At some point before opening the restaurant, I looked around and said 'you only have one life and you have to be happy and do what you really really truly believe in.' " [43:00]

--Laura Maniec on Radio Cherry Bombe

While she served as Executive Chef of A Voce restaurants from the fall of 2008 to spring of 2013, Missy Robbins received critical acclaim for creating classic Italian specialties with a contemporary twist. Under Robbins’ direction, A Voce Madison earned a Michelin star in 2009, while A Voce Columbus earned its Michelin star in 2010 and maintained them throughout her tenure. Missy is helping out with Corkbuzz before she begins her next project.

"I am very happy, I've had a really incredible year." [36:00]

--Missy Robbins on Radio Cherry Bombe

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