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This week on Snacky Tunes, hosts Greg Bresnitz and Darin Bresnitz are celebrating the summer weather welcoming Chef Marcus Samuelsson to the studio. Talking about his mission to rebuild and highlight the Harlem community with the help of his restaurant Red Rooster Harlem, Marcus shares how he stays true to the neighborhood as well as the importance of music at the restaurant. His newest venture, Streetbird Rotisserie, recently opened, drawing inspiration from Harlem's diner culture, globally influenced street food, neighborhood cookouts and 1970's hip hop. He also divulges some great details on his restaurants in Sweden, including how the menu focus differs from his American restaurants plus the scoop on his new kids cookbook. In the second half of the show, the guys welcome musical guest Pree to the show, hailing from D.C. Talking about the live music scene, Philadelphia roots, music venues, and inspiration for their new record, "Rima", tune in as the group "creates a unique sonic realm through their colorful and shape-shifting pop gems." This program was brought to you by Edwards VA Ham.

"I think we start to see communities first through the restaurants now, maybe the 80's it was clubs, but now we start seeing them through restaurants." [4:54]

"I remember a real community level measurement for success for me was when the West African guy started to set up and sold fake Obama shirts [outside Red Rooster Harlem].... when you're off the traditional grid, you can't look for the traditional measurements for success because there are none." [6:39]

"We couldn't do Rooster without music, it's such a core part of our identity." [11:43]

--Marcus Samuelsson on Snacky Tunes

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Published June 15th, 2015

Running time: 10 Minutes

On Episode 227 of Snacky Tunes hosts Darin and Greg are in the studio with acclaimed chef Marcus Samuelsson. Marcus riffs on staying true to the Harlem community and dishes details on Streetbird Rotisserie, his new fast/casual spot, his new kids cookbook and why he thinks getting kids more into food is good for everyone. Snacky Tunes is live on Heritage Radio Network every Sunday at 4:30pm.

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This week on Eat Your Words, host Cathy Erway is learning the true meaning of fika with Anna Brones and Johanna Kindvall, authors of "Fika: The Art of The Swedish Coffee Break, with Recipes for Pastries, Breads, and Other Treats." With Sweden as one of the world’s top coffee consuming nations, Anna and Johanna explain that the twice-daily social coffee break known as fika is a cherished custom. Fika can be had alone or in groups, indoors or outdoors, while traveling or at home. A time to take a rest from work and chat with friends or colleagues over a cup and a sweet treat, fika reflects the Swedish ideal of slowing down to appreciate life’s small joys. In their uniquely illustrated cookbook, Anna and Johanna share with Cathy highlights from their classic recipes from their motherland and encourage this charming tradition regardless of where you might live. This program was brought to you by Whole Foods Market.

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