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First Aired - 05/06/2012 01:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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This week on Straight, No Chaser, Katy Keiffer is joined by J.M. Hirsch, Food Editor for the Associated Press. Get an insiders view on how food media has grown over the last decade and how Americans are starting to care more about their food and where it comes from. Hear J.M.'s thoughts on culinary education, food stamps and the sustainable food movement. How can we get people back in the kitchen and away from processed foods? Tune in and find out! This program was sponsored by Hearst Ranch.

"It is possible to eat really well without blowing the budget. Often, there's a knowledge gap. Those of us who best know how to make a food dollar stretch are the people who least need to to it."

"Once people get back in the kitchen and start cooking, basic skills will be learned and come back."

--J.M. Hirsch, food editor for the Associated Press on Straight, No Chaser


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First Aired - 03/19/2014 04:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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This week on All in the Industry, Shari brings in Jeff Allen, Executive Director of social media at Wagstaff Worldwide. Jeff tells us about the most important social media platforms, and the many ways in which they can help a brand. This program has been sponsored by Of A Kind. Today's music provided by Takstar.

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"People love photos, whereas people don't always love tweets." [25:25]

"I think restaurants and food are the most exciting parts about life." [41:15] --Jeff Allen on All in the Industry


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First Aired - 11/23/2010 05:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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This week on Beer Sessions Jimmy and Ray sit down with some new players in the wide world of Beer Media. First Will Stephens, creator of the blog Wandering Foodie and writer at Huffington Post, discusses his new ideas for a beer website and how he got in the blogosphere. Next Hagan Blount, creator of Beer Menu.com (an interactive list of beer menus and draught lists that has taken off in popularity as of late) discusses the inspiration and impetus for his new site. Bartender Jen Schwertman weighs in on NYC bar tipping habits, and Kelly Taylor & Sonya Giaccobe of Kelso Brewing Company talk about local beer and the evolution of the craft beer scene. Great Brewers.com: a favorite source for beer information and education and one of the internet's most popular beer destinations.

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email question, tipping bartender when beer is free at a house party, you ALWAYS tip the bartender, host of the party should cover the cost of a bartender, TIPS: To 'I'nsure Prompt Service, service industry, bartenders need tips, feast or famine, $6 beer - what should you tip?, $1, kiss of death is when you say 'Don't worry I'll take care of you', Jen doesn't size people up, some bartenders stereotype and predict how much people will tip, Lucky Bastard, Stone Brewing Company, Kelly's knee jerk reaction when tasting beer is to look for defects, tasting notes, don't generalize!, esters, email questions to beersessions@gmail.com, Thanksgiving question:, pairing beers for Thanksgiving dinner, Flemish Red Ale, Nut Brown Lager, Chocolate Lager, home made pumpkin pie made with duck lard, Ray's Thanksgiving beer: bitter lagers & wine, Jen: approachable beers for parties, Baladin Nora, Veritcal Epic 07, Saison triple hybrid with Belgian spice, Will: saison go well with Thanksgiving spice, he goes for a big IPA, Green Flash West Coast IPA, Jimmy: Mikkeller Czech Style Pilsner, Jimmy is getting a heritage turkey from Heritage Foods USA,

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