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On today’s episode of THE FOOD SEEN, we’re happy to catch up with Jen Murphy, the wanderlust Deputy Editor of AFAR magazine. This globe trotting gal grew up on the shores of New Jersey, only to find herself jaunting to far flung beaches and beyond in over 40 countries on 5 continents. Recently, Jen’s been in Croatia, Slovenia, London, Colorado (Granby, Crawford, Durango), Verbier, Austin, Asheville, Charleston, Maine, Marrakech, Nambia, Mozambique, Cape Town … just to name a few, but what tips does she have to become a better adventurer. From travel etiquette to cultural practices, assimilating like a local, and asking a bartender where to eat, here’s how to make it about both the journey and the destination. This program was brought to you by White Oak Pastures.

"If you're on the coast of Cambodia having crabs just out of the water - no matter how good the chef is in New York you can't compare." [14:00]

"Travel makes you so much more appreciate of everything you have." [25:00]

--Jen Murphy on The Food Seen


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On the 200th episode of THE FOOD SEEN, the lovely Julia Bainbridge, food editor for Yahoo Food, uses an anthropological approach to decipher our trending foodways. A native of Maryland’s crab, lake trout, and pit beef cuisine, her journey into food media was one through forming her sense of style. It shows in the parties she throws, as Julia’s an impeccable hostess, who uses fashion and wit to seamlessly weave pop and past cultures together for an unforgettable scene. She also knows where all the coolest restaurant wallpaper hangs, the hottest horseshoe-shaped bars, and the best up-and-coming ingredients (e.g. bottarga, ancient grains like kamut) to have in your pantry. Needless to say, she’s “in the know”. This program was brought to you by Edwards VA Ham.

"Honestly, sometimes I get a little sick of talking about food just as food." [12:00]

"Women in New York are constantly picking each other up - I've picked up more chicks at bars than dudes. We're connectors!" 19:00

"The fun in plating is you can do it differently depending on how you're feeling and what the food is." [35:00]

--Julia Bainbridge on THE FOOD SEEN


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JJ Goode is a highly sought after cookbook writer. He used to be an intern at eGullet, then a fact checker at Saveur. Now, he collaborates with the likes of April Bloomfield (“A Girl and Her Pig”), Roberto Santibanez (“Truly Mexican” & “Tacos, Tortas, and Tamales”), Andy Ricker (“Pok Pok“), and Dale Talde. His essays, “One-Arm Mirepoix” appeared in Leite’s Culinariaand “Single Handed Cooking” in Gourmet, and since then, he’s had the upper hand. He's this week's guest on The Food Seen as he chats with Michael Harlan Turkell about his love of food, collaborative projects and unique perspective on cooking. This program was brought to you by Rolling Press.

"I'm basically just a kid from New Jersey who likes eating things." [08:00]

"The best cookbooks will take you to a place you couldn't get yourself." [33:00]

--JJ Goode on The Food Seen


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