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On a brand new episode of The Main Course, Patrick Martins is hanging out with Stuart Sewell, Executive Chef at NYC's Community Food and Juice. Community Food and Juice is a neighborhood restaurant with an American-eclectic menu that features seasonal, local, organic food whenever possible. Patrick and Stuart talk about the back of house culture at the restaurant, Stuart's culinary journey and the work/life balance of a chef raising a family in New York City. This program was brought to you by Fairway Market.

"New York City cabs hate me - you should see their face when I load in with a ton of produce and tell them I'm going uptown." [06:00]

--Stuart Sewell on The Main Course


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Nils Wessel of Brooklyn Butcher Blocks joins THE FOOD SEEN to talk all things wood, be it walnut or cherry, he existentially asks, “how much wood could a butcher block cut”. Inspired by sculptural artists like Bruce Nauman, Louise Bourgeios, Huma Bhabha, hear how this seemingly art & crafts movement goes dada. This episode is sponsored by Cain Vineyard and Winery .

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Go inside school food on Inside School Food, a brand new show on Heritage Radio Network! Paying for the new school lunch on just six extra cents (yes, you heard that right) per meal: Gitta Grether-Sweeney, Director of Nutrition Services at Portland, OR Public Schools and Bertrand Weber, Director of Culinary and Nutrition Services for Minneapolis Public Schools, wrestle with one of the thorniest issues in school food today: How can districts afford the abundant produce now required under the new meal pattern? Our guests, both known as ace problem-solvers, share their strategies for reducing waste and meeting the bottom line, while admitting that, even for them, the challenges remain huge.

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