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For this weekend’s Duckathlon, you won’t have to wear your tennis shoes. Duckathlon teams will compete against others in challenges like meat grading, squab husbandry, and swine anatomy. Whether or not you choose to participate in the challenges, you will always be learning and eating delicious food. Thank to our sponsor, Fairway Market.

By Allison Hamlin


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This week on Eating Disorder: food blogs, zines, and Yelp. Ralph McGinnis and Sarah Keough of food magazine Put A Egg On It tell us about their zine and how its name came about. After the break we're joined by comedian Kevin Maher and Russell Maxwell, and the group laments over the sad truth that everybody Yelps. This program has been sponsored by Rolling Press. Today's music provided by PEELS.

"We live in a crate and barrel catalog. My house is fucking perfect." [24:00]

"I'll talk about political things and things that are really close to me and nobody gives a shit, and then post a selfie and a million people comment on it." [26:50]

--Russel Maxwell on Eating Disorder


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How can print media stand out in 2014? What sets a publication apart from its peers in an overcrowded landscape of mediocre writing and photography? Find out on a new episode of Eat Your Words as Briana Kurtz is joined by James Casey, founder and editor of Swallow Magazine. In their own words -- Swallow is the anti-foodie food magazine, a palate-pleasing respite from gastronomic faddism. Each issue is akin to the perfect dinner party where the food is central to the event, but the conversation veers wildly around the table from topic to topic before eventually returning to the procession of morsels at hand. Released in a high-end format comparable to a coffee table book, Swallow ventures far beyond the culinary realm and features notable contributors more often found within the worlds of art and fashion. This program was brought to you by Edwards VA Ham.

"New York is not necessarily what New York once was. It's living on a borrowed identity of itself, especially the East Village." 05:30

"If you are creating a print magazine, at least in my opinion, you have to have a reason for being print." [14:00]

--James Casey on Eat Your Words


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