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First Aired - 09/21/2010 03:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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This week on The Food Seen Michael goes on the road to Star Chef's International Chef's Congress, a meeting of the minds for culinary masters to show off their most creative and innovative techniques and ideas. Michael speaks to Jordan Kahn about cooking with colors, playing on our preconceptions about what food should look like and exploring how the visual affects our taste. Michael also speaks to Gabriel Bremer about cooking basics versus new school technology and how art affects both. Alex Stupak also talks about using PVC pipe to make pastries, and Kristen Murray talks about inspiration. This episode was sponsored by Heritage Foods USA.

Photo: The 5th annual Starchefs International Culinary Congress


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First Aired - 11/02/2011 11:00AM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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Karen Karp is the guest host on a special edition of Taste Matters which focuses on one of the biggest issues in our nation; school food. Tune in as Karen is joined by food writer, journalist, and food luminary Mimi Sheraton, and Eric Goldstein, Chief Executive from School Food. Hear more about what challenges face those trying to improve the culinary programs at our public school. Learn why ethnicity, marketing and convenience all factor equally into what kids are receptive to in the lunch room and listen in as Karen, Mimi & Eric discuss some of the successful tactics being used in New York City public schools to change the status quo when it comes to what our children put in their bodies. This episode was sponsored by Whole Foods Market.

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First Aired - 02/21/2012 03:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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On today’s THE FOOD SEEN, Salvatore Rizzo, owner/director of De Gustibus Cooking School at Macy’s Herald Square, may host a pantheon of chefs, but he still keeps true to his Sicilian roots, growing up picking tomatoes for sauce and making barrels of red wine in his Brooklyn backyard. Through his earnest enthusiasm and energy, he worked his way up from busboy and now runs “The School of Good Taste”. This program was sponsored by White Oak Pastures.

"My [Sicilian] mother used to say, 'You want to eat sauce with us every Sunday? You better make it with us!'"

"Everybody is always fascinated by molecular gastronomy..people like to see [science] because it's something they normally wouldn't do in the kitchen."

--Salvatore Rizzo of De Gustibus Cooking School on The Food Seen


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