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In this latest episode of Gastropod, chef and author Dan Barber takes listeners on a journey around the world in search of great flavor and the ecosystems that support it, from Spain to the deep South.

You’ll hear how a carefully tended landscape of cork trees makes for delicious ham, and about a squash so cutting edge it doesn’t yet have a name, in this deep dive into the intertwined history and science of soil, cuisine, and flavor.

It’s hard to imagine now, but there was a time before refrigerators, before long-distance trucks and ships. Most people had to survive on food from their immediate surroundings, no matter how poor the soil or challenging the terrain. They couldn’t import apples from New Zealand and potatoes from Peru, or rely on chemical fertilizer to boost their yields.

From within these constraints, communities around the world developed a way of eating that Dan Barber calls “ecosystem cuisines.” Barber, the James Beard-award-winning chef of Blue Hill restaurant and author of the new book The Third Plate, spoke to Gastropod about his conviction that this historically-inspired style of cuisine can be reinvented, with the help of plant-breeders, his fellow chefs, and the latest in flavor science, in order to create a truly sustainable way to eat for the twenty-first century.

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On today's episode of Eat Your Words, host Cathy Erway interviews Jennifer McLagan and Mayur Subbarao. Jennifer McLagan is a Canadian chef and author based in Toronto. She has become famous for writing books on food and is the author of the book Fat: An Appreciation of a Misunderstood Ingredient, with Recipes. On today's show Cathy discusses her most recent book, Bitter. They discuss the rise in artisanal bitters, the various bitters that we encounter and the importance of it in our foods. Mayur Sabbarao is the Co-founder of Bittermens Spirits. Mayur is a master sommelier and ex-Beverage Director of El Cobre & Cienfuegos in New York’s East Village. He has been pushing the envelope on blending modern techniques and classic flavor profiles. He created kegged cocktails for El Cobre and Amor y Amargo, perfected a method for clarifying citrus juice and designed a number of soon-to-be world class liqueurs and vermouths. He stresses that bitterness is a way of elevating the pallets. This program was brought to you by Whole Foods Market

"And now they're ready to cook with bitterness as well" [3:20]

"I think that's what makes bitter the most interesting of tastes.....It's a huge range chemical combinations that are sent to the brain." [24:30]

"In the Philippines they put a small bit of bitter lemon juice on a baby's tongue......it's supposed to be for medicinal purposes" [26:20]


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The legendary trade magazine Food Arts closed in 2014 after 25 glorious years of serving the fine-dining restaurant community with thoughtful articles and glossy photo spreads. What's next for the team behind this food journalism institution? Find out on a brand new episode of All in the Industry with Shari Bayer. She's joined by Beverly Stephen & Jim Poris, two of the most influential contributors to Food Arts. Tune in and hear stories of Michael Batterberry (founder of Food Arts), musings on the future of food media and the current state of the restaurant and hospitality industry. This program was brought to you by S. Wallace Edwards & Sons.

"It's hard not to walk down the street, see restaurants, talk to people and see stories. There are stories everywhere. We need a place to put them!" [27:00]

--Jim Poris on All in the Industry


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