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Heritage Radio Network mourns the loss of larger-than-life, acclaimed writer and food personality Josh Ozersky who passed away at the young age of 47 on May 4th, 2015. From 2009-2010 we had the pleasure of having Josh in our studios, where he hosted “The Mr. Cutlets Show”, a laugh-out loud extension of his writing personality and an audio exploration of gastronomy. Esteemed guests like Jeffrey Steingarten and top notch chefs like Marco Canora joined him for spirited conversations on his favorite topics – most of which we related to delicious meats and the world’s best restaurants. We will remember him as he was on radio – brilliant, gregarious, and charismatic.

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This week on the Joshua David Stein Variety Hour... Half Hour, host Joshua David Stein caps off 2014 chatting with execute producer and host of Ozersky.TV and James Beard Award Winner for food writing, plus frenemy, Josh Ozersky. Josh get his guests' opinion on this year in New York food before going head to head, quipping over their personal food picks and reviews of 2014. Josh goes on to lament about the current dining scene in NYC only to go point for point versus Joshua who contends that there are interesting cuisines happening in the big apple. After the break, Joshua welcomes Kyle Forester as the last musical guest of 2014. Kyle is the voice behind the Joshua David Stein Variety Hour... Half Hour theme songs and has a new joint project with Joshua that they debut this episode! Tune in for a wonderfully conversational joust in the first segment with some unique musical stylings in the second. This program was brought to you by Whole Foods Market.

"The fact of the New York dining scene that is indisputable is that it doesn't have the kind of vital, active, dynamic, original chefs that it once did." [2:43]

"Everybody has craft cocktails now. Everybody has a ramen bar. Everybody has Neapolitan pizza. I think that when I 'm thinking of New York there's any number of good restaurants but they're not different from good restaurants in Portland, or Austin, or whatever." [7:33]

--Josh Ozersky on the Joshua David Stein Variety Hour... Half Hour

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This week on WORD OF MOUTH, host Leiti Hsu is on the line with Jessica Tom, author of Food Whore: A Novel of Dining and Deceit. Describing lead character Tia Monroe, who moves to New York City to put herself on the culinary map, her plans go awry as a coveted internship goes up in smoke. Through the plot twists and turns, Jessica admits that she has many things in common with her lead lady who gives an insider's account of the intricate culinary world. After the break, Leiti welcomes JJ Johnson to the studio from the kitchens at The Cecil and Minton's. With a worldly culinary resume, JJ highlights his path from the Culinary Institute of America to Ghana studying West African cuisine to notable NYC restaurants to Bravo's 'Rocco's Dinner Party' to working with Alexander Smalls, Leiti gets the scoop on JJ's childhood and the importance of sports in his life. Hot on the trail of his new show on Esquire, 'The Next Great Burger,' tune in to hear what's next for this chef! This program was brought to you by Whole Foods Market.

"I grew up in this household of flavors and food."

"I never thought in my life I'd be cooking Afro-Asian - not one day!"

"I love cooking in Harlem because it's the best community in the world... I feel it's one of the last places in New York City that actually has a neighborhood culture."

--JJ Johnson on WORD OF MOUTH

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