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This week on A Taste of the Past, host Linda Pelaccio is headed to the Grecian Island of Ikaria where inhabitants seemingly forget to die! Chef, author, and Greek food expert Diane Kochilas joins Linda to talk about this amazing place via her new book, "Ikaria: Lessons on Food, Life, and Longevity from the Greek Island Where People Forget to Die." Diane explains that Ikaria is mythical, beautiful, enigmatic and a place where residents live unaccountably long lives. Part cookbook, part travelogue, filled with gorgeous photography, stunning recipes, and interviews with locals, and packed with the often quirky secrets to a long life that Ikarians are spoon-fed at birth, this book is Diane’s ethno-culinary paean to this magical island. Tune in for a relaxing episode all about the culinary life on Ikaria and wonderful highlights from the book. This program was brought to you by Rolling Press.

"Their diet is the Mediterranean diet of fifty years ago. It's completely reliant on very fresh, seasonal food - most of it completely local." [10:10]

"We're Greeks! We like to feed people!" [16:25]

--Diane Kochilas on A Taste of the Past


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Welcome to another episode of Snacky Tunes, hosted by Finger on the Pulse, Greg and Darin Bresnitz. On today's show, the team from Maharlika NYC is in the studio. Maharlika is the first restaurant in NYC to push Filipino food as a unique cuisine, and we're joined by chef Miguel Trinidad, along with Enzo Lim, Noel Cruz, and Nicole Ponseca. Hear about how they've maintained the flavors of Filipino food, but also moved away from the one-pot dish. Recently featured as a Timeout New York "Critics' Choice", and profiled by the Huffington Post and NBC, Marharlika is not a spot to miss. Also in the studio is Reggie Watts, musician and comedian known for his work with Conan O'Brien, and his Comedy Central Special, Why Shit So Crazy? Reggie plays some incredibly intricate and funny improv songs that he creates with synthesizers, loop pedals, and his vocal chords. So tune in to check out this great episode of Snacky Tunes! This episode has been sponsored by Tekserve.

"If anything, the dishes tend to be one-note dishes. If it's sweet, it has a heavy sweet note. The idea is that in the Philippines, we don't eat just one dish, there's many dishes on the table. So you eat a little sweet, you eat a little sour, and of course all of our condiments."

"When we set out to do this we wanted to go big or go home... we wanted to get Filipino food out there, finally." -- Nicole Ponseca of Maharlika on Snacky Tunes

"Weird Al is amazing, he's the reason I'm doing what I am doing." -- Reggie Watts on Snacky Tunes


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