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This week on Eating Disorder, Chef Paul Gerard, Adam Velez, and The Rev Spyro talk about the dirty world of food advertising. With the Superbowl approaching, the Eating Disorder crew talks about how food advertising infiltrates our daily lives. Specifically, hear why real food is never advertised, but processed food ads are pushed down our throats! Is food advertising responsible for the hunger and obesity problems in this country? Find out how advertisements are also encouraging people to eat on the go and forget about the family meal! Kiran Aditham of Mediabistro stops by to give some professional opinions on the world of food advertising; you don't want to miss this week's edition of Eating Disorder! Thanks to our sponsor, Whole Foods. Music by Hardbodies.

"Advertisement has always been based on consumption." [11:50]

-- Kiran Aditham on Eating Disorder


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On the 200th episode of THE FOOD SEEN, the lovely Julia Bainbridge, food editor for Yahoo Food, uses an anthropological approach to decipher our trending foodways. A native of Maryland’s crab, lake trout, and pit beef cuisine, her journey into food media was one through forming her sense of style. It shows in the parties she throws, as Julia’s an impeccable hostess, who uses fashion and wit to seamlessly weave pop and past cultures together for an unforgettable scene. She also knows where all the coolest restaurant wallpaper hangs, the hottest horseshoe-shaped bars, and the best up-and-coming ingredients (e.g. bottarga, ancient grains like kamut) to have in your pantry. Needless to say, she’s “in the know”. This program was brought to you by Edwards VA Ham.

"Honestly, sometimes I get a little sick of talking about food just as food." [12:00]

"Women in New York are constantly picking each other up - I've picked up more chicks at bars than dudes. We're connectors!" 19:00

"The fun in plating is you can do it differently depending on how you're feeling and what the food is." [35:00]

--Julia Bainbridge on THE FOOD SEEN


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On today’s episode of THE FOOD SEEN, we raise a glass with Hannah Hart of My Drunk Kitchen on YouTube. In a mere few years, Hannah’s YouTube channel has over 1.3 million subscribers, who patiently wait for Thursdays, when a new video is released, full of adult beverages, pro-am cooking, and childish shenanigans. A fateful night of cat sitting, a bottle of red wine, and an attempt to make grilled cheese, all caught on camera, lead to Hannah’s internet celebrity fame. Her unlikely odyssey is now highlighted in My Drunk Kitchen: The Cookbook. Learn how to make The Hartwich, a Can Bake, Latke Shotkes, PB&J&PC, Scotch Eggs, Tiny Sandwiches, Saltine Nachos, Pizza Cake, Uncurrygement Curry … and of course, drink while you’re doing it. This program was brought to you by Michter's.

"Entertainment never seemed like a viable option - it seemed so impractical! ... YouTube, blessedly, was that open door." [14:00]

"What's so awesome about YouTube is you can make videos for your friends still and it doesn't have to be for the goal of gaining a million subscribers. I hope people don't lose sight of that." [16:00]

"If I didn't think there was a healthy separation from the me in my body and the me I was in front of somebody else, I would be a crazy person. Of course its a little played up." [24:00]

--Hannah Hart on The Food Seen


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