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Today on Beer Sessions Radio, we're talking beer and chocolates. Host Jimmy Carbone interviews some top NY masters of beer and chocolate. Cicerone James Tai, Tess Rose of Astor Wines, Mike Descarfino of Barrier Brewing, Daniel Sklaar of Fine and Raw and Rich Castanga of Bridge & Tunnel talk to Jimmy about their views on various beer-chocolate combinations. This program was brought to you by Union Beer Distributors


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This week on The Main Course, hosts Alexes McLaughlin and Phillip Gilmour welcome Bushwick neighbor Daniel Sklaar, founder and chocolatier of FINE & RAW to the show. FINE & RAW is a chocolate company started in a notorious Williamsburg, Brooklyn, originally in an artist loft. He recounts that a nonsensical obsession with chocolate left him inspired to begin making small chocolate batches. Daniel shared them with friends then started delivering them on his bicycle to small local purveyors. The stock was good - the purveyors wanted more, which allowed Daniel to leave his job in finance. The group embarks on a global conversation about steak, food, quality Cuban food, and coffee. After the break, Daniel shares exactly how he started making his own raw chocolate, distinguishing raw chocolate from ordinary chocolate (there's no traditional roasting involved), and what's next for him and FINE & RAW. This program was brought to you by Whole Foods Market.

"I had my secret chocolate lab, my loft in Williamsburg in 2007 and was just jamming confections with friends... it was super organic." [7:30]

"It's the best thing about New York - you can travel the whole world through food." [16:00]

"As soon as I started working with chocolate there was this massive, gravitational force pulling me in." [20:30]

--Daniel Sklaar on The Main Course


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This week on A Taste of the Past, Linda explores the origin of the chocolate chip cookie. Her guest Carolyn Wyman is the author of The Great American Chocolate Chip Cookie, among other books that document the history of America's most iconic foods. Later, Linda and Carolyn discuss the history of SPAM. This program has been sponsored by Fairway Market. Today's music provided by Plexophonic.

"Cookies are not on the dessert menu for most restaurants; it's more of a home food." [23:45]

--Carolyn Wyman on A Taste of the Past


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