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First Aired - 09/28/2010 05:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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This week on Beer Sessions Ray and Jimmy (plus the multi-talented Dave Broderick of Blind Tiger) sit down with an all-star cast of beer aficionados and creators. David Geary, the "dean of American craft beer", comes through the studio to talk about brewing in Scottish castles and accessing the most secretive spots of the craft beer universe. Dann Paquette and Martha Paquette talk about being "nomad" brewers: borrowing other brewer's facilities late in the eve to mash and brew...plus they discuss their heavily-researched historical reproduction beers and what beer making was like in the 19th century.

Photo 1: The famous Geary London Porter, Photo 2: Dann Paquette and Martha Paquette of Pretty Things

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Beer Sessions, Jimmy's No 43, Jimmy Carbone, Heritage Radio Network, Ray Deter, d.b.a., Dave Brodrick, GreatBrewers.com, David Geary, London Porter, D.L. Geary Brewing, cask ale, The Old Toad, Portland Maine, Peter Maxwell Stewart, Samuel Smith, Scottish Breweries, Scotland, Bass, David Bruce, high gravity beer, Ringwood, Alan Pugsley, Newman's, Albany, New York, Microbrewers Conference in 1987, fewer than 30 micro-brewers in the country at that point, predictions for the future of beer, the business of beer is vibrant, Pabst Blue Ribbon, craft brewing, business is diluted, 1800 craft breweries right now, there were 16 craft breweries in 1983, exponential growth, 25-28% of the beer in Portland Maine are craft beer, Luke's Lobster, Spuyten Duyvil, do the number of taps matter in a bar?,
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Porter is a uniquely London style beer, originated in the late 18th century in the Shoreditch region of London, Porterhouses, mild brown beer, very low in alcohol, school children drank it, the malt was unrefined, pot roast, 4 years ago the New York Times blind tasted 30 porters, Geary's was considered the best Porter in New York, London Porter, distinctly late 18th century London style, what's the difference between a stout and a porter?, roasted barley instead of malted barley, the water sucked a hundred years ago, the beer today tastes better than it did then (probably), high concentrations of hops, some recipes go upwards of nine lbs per barrel of hops, Ron Pattinson, carmelization, old-fashioned flavors, long ago they could not measure alpha acids in hops, we have careful control over ingredients these days, chemical studies, David hated his own Imperial IPA, Blind Tiger Event tomorrow, NYC Brewer's Choice Thursday night, Good Beer Seal, home brew pairing,

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First Aired - 12/03/2013 02:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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This week on Sharp & Hot, host chef Emily Peterson brings in Elizabeth Streb, choreographer, performer, and teacher of contemporary dance, to discuss how she fought her way to getting a job as a chef in New York City. After the break, Emily draws on Elizabeth to answer a fan's question. Finally, Emily asks her guest about the role that cooking and hunting played in her upbringing. This program has been sponsored by Le Creuset. Music provided by The California Honeydrops.

Photo by Dan Kitwood

"My dad would shoot anything, and then we'd have to eat it." [25:45]

-- Elizabeth Streb on Sharp & Hot


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First Aired - 01/18/2011 12:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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Dave successfully fights through the slush to host yet another informative and entertaining episode of Cooking Issues. He discusses the difference between different types of gelatin, previews his 3D food printing segment with CNN, debuts the idea of his food museum, explains why he will have to postpone his week of raw food, and tells a hilarious story involving Martha Stewart and a used rotary evaporator. This episode was sponsored by The Barterhouse. Learn more about their wines at www.thebarterhouse.com

Dave's rotary evaporator on the set of Martha Stewart Living

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gelatin, what's the difference between types?, rated on bloom strength, old school industrial measurements, gelatin clarification, also used as a whipping agent and emulsifier, collagen and connective tissue, collagen is a triple helix, braised products, sheet gel, powder gelatin, there is no inherent difference between the two, there is a major difference between fish and pig or cow gelatin, cold water fish make bad gelatin, Fab@Home, 3D Printer, syringe that you fill with paste, CNN Money, will be filming with Dave at the school, the idea that somebody you can go home and print your meals, horrible horrible idea, you'd have to grind ingredients into paste and mold it into something and call it a meal, the wizard icing printing machine, Dave hates flip flops, massa dough, print a spongy matte like surface, then fry it, extruded puffed snacky, 3D printing is inherently a prototype at this point, Cooking Issues, Heritage Radio Network, Dave Arnold, Nastassia Lopez,
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The Food Museum, if you want to learn about food you need to see feel and taste it, Jeffrey Steingarten, people write about food but don't eat enough, Patrick Martins, there will be a fundraiser on March 27th held at Del Posto, Mark Ladner, if you want to attend - email nlopez@frenchculinary.com, Dave will be making cocktails, raw food challenge, Dave is not a welcher!, he has to fly to Boca Raton during the week he was supposed to eat only raw food, the event involves cooking, he can't serve food that he doesn't taste, therefore he will have to choose another week, raw food enzymes, Mung bean sprouts, Oat Groats, lentils, black eyed peas, you shouldn't eat all of these raw, wheat berries, rejuvelac, sprouts, nut cheeses, it takes a lot of work to eat only raw food, who has this level of time?, pea chutes, Dave hates raw starchy flavors,

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