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First Aired - 02/17/2011 12:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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To celebrate President's Day, Linda invites author and former visiting White House Chef Jack Hanny to the studio to talk about his latest book, "Secrets from the White House Kitchens". Jack goes into the history of cuisine at the Oval Office, chronicling everything from JFK's favorite clam chowder, to FDR's nightmares with former chef Henrietta Nesbit. Learn more about the tastes of presidents past on an entertaining an informative episode of A Taste of the Past. This episode was sponsored by S. Wallace Edwards & Sons. For more information visit www.surryfarms.com

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Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Eleanor Roosevelt, FDR, he had a woman cook in the White House, Henrietta Nesbit, FDR was used to good food, he was from the Hudson Valley, she fed him the same thing every day, FDR hated her, he loved Martha Washington's crab soup, most presidents eat what is in front of them, hot dogs, Harry S Truman, he was a farmer, had simple tastes, hamburger soup, Ronald Reagan, his favorite dish was macaroni and cheese, Andrew Jackson was well known for bringing a huge wheel of cheddar cheese to a dinner, rowdy parties at the White House, Reagan had a ton at jelly beans for his inauguration, the Navy always ate well, The Eagle House, Williamsville, suburb of Buffalo, 184 years old, 1st hotel license and 2nd liquor license in New York State, http://www.secretsfromthewhitehousekitchens.com/,

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First Aired - 09/10/2009 08:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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On the September 10, 2009 episode of Burning Down the House, Curtis B. Wayne tells the tales and histories of the great masters of architecture. For additional materials on the show check: http://burningdownthehouse-radioarchitecture.blogspot.com
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Graves, Princeton, Cornell, mylar, Gropious, the white architects, White Rabbit was the number one hit in 1967, the summer of love, Phillip Johnson, ziecobunt, locked in time, Walter Gropius, Meier, Hejduk, Eisenman, Gwathney, Gershwin, Cambridge University, Nazi Germany, Corbeau, Noam Chomsky, deconstructivist liguists, Institute of Architecture and Urban Studies, Richard Meier, purists architecture, pre-Raphaelite glory, Charlie Gwathmey, Michael Graves, passing the torch, architecture is one of intermittent chaos, sharkskin suits, Venice grand tour, the Acdemiea on the Grand Canal, Venetian Sun, precise and clean, formalistic Kabuki style, Charles Eims, the Power of Ten, epitome of elder architecture, master architect, structure with color and graphic images, accommodating your guests, accommodating your client,

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First Aired - 02/20/2014 01:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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This week on The Farm Report, Erin interviews Will Harris from White Oak Pastures about running his farm in Bluffton, Georgia. Will tells us about how genetics have affected the animals raised at White Oak Pastures, as well as the difficulties of keeping meat production costs under control. This program has been sponsored by S. Wallace Edwards & Sons. Today's music provided by Shadowbox.

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"Cows were born to roam and graze; hogs were born to root and wallow; chicken were born to scratch and peck. All these are instinctive behaviors that are inborn, and when we create the factory farm environment, we deprive these animals of that opportunity." [14:15]

Will Harris on The Farm Report


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