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3:OO-3:3O /// Eating Matters
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On today's episode of Pizza Party, we air the pilot episode, in which, our host Talia Ralph interviews Bill Meier. He might be one of New York's most beloved and experienced delivery guys and has been at it for over 20 years. 'Delivery Bill' as he's known discuss his upcoming documentary and his valuable pizza experience. He shares his work ethics, hobbies and his view on the delivery business.

Produced by No Weather Productions, 'Delivery' is a stunning short documentary about Bill and his 20 year pizza delivery experience. The producers discuss how filming the documentary changed their perspectives on delivery jobs and bike messengers. They express their admiration for Bill and explain how they tried capturing the core of Bill's character and personality. This show is brought to you by Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board

"Everybody pretty much makes a different pizza product" [3:20]

"Pizza is the most labor intensive food i've ever delivered. it has to be level, it has to be fast. it's harder than it looks. i learned how to do it by myself." [08:00]

"Most of the 20 year and up deliverers and up are either out of town, unable to do it anymore or just done with it" [17:30]

--Bill Meir on Pizza Party


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This week on Radio Cherry Bombe, Julia Turshen sits down with director Cynthia Hill for an intimate and insightful conversation. She's the director of PBS's Peabody Award winning series, A Chef’s Life. A Chef's Life plunges audiences into the kitchen of a high-end restaurant located in the low country of eastern North Carolina. It follows the trials and travails of Chef Vivian Howard and her husband, Ben Knight, and their farm-to-table restaurant, Chef & the Farmer, exploring both traditional and modern applications of quintessential Southern ingredients. She's also the director of Private Violence, a feature-length documentary film and audience engagement campaign that explores a simple, but deeply disturbing fact of American life: the most dangerous place for a woman in America is her own home. This program was brought to you by Bird.

"I love being able to highlight our culture in the Eastern part of North Carolina." [11:00]

"Now in the media we're finally starting to have a conversation about domestic violence." [25:00]

"For me it's about telling stories that are important to women." [27:00]

--Cynthia Hill on Radio Cherry Bombe


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Americans once sipped coffee and ate pie around communal tables, sharing their struggles and dreams with strangers at Horn & Hardart’s iconic Automat. This week on A Taste of the Past, host Linda Pelaccio is talking the history of the automat with Marianne Hardart, the great-granddaughter of Automat co-founder Frank Hardart; her father, Augustin, was the last of three generations of Hardarts to manage the Automats. But, what exactly is an Automat? Marianne explains it was a 'fast food' restaurant where hot foods and drink were served by coin-operated vending machines that were stocked by actual kitchens making items fresh. Talking about all things Automat, after the break, Linda welcomes Lisa Hurwitz, the Director and Producer of The Automat, The Horn & Hardart Documentary Film (check out the Kickstarter campaign here). Adding her thoughts on the topic and sharing why the Automat is an important piece of American culinary history, she relates how more than just entertainment, The Automat is a parable of how we once dined happily together before turning to the isolated and unhappy experience offered by today's fast food, a bad deal that no amount of advertising can disguise. This program was brought to you by Bi-Rite Market.

"There was nothing automatic about it, which was sort of a joke in the beginning, it involved several people to get the food from one place in the restaurant to another. What it evolved into was this machine that you put in a nickel and opened a door and pulled out your meal." [5:55]

--Marianne Hardart on A Taste of the Past

"The Automat, for me, just had so much personality and character and for someone like myself who never experienced it first hand when I learned about the Automat I was extremely fascinated by the concept." [18:45]

--Lisa Hurwitz on A Taste of the Past


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