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First Aired - 07/21/2010 05:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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This week on The Farm Report, Heather and special co-host Michaela Best spoke to Dave Romanelli, Yahoo's Wellness Expert and proponent of blurring the boundary between the good food movement and the practice of yoga. Romanelli, or "Yea Dave", gives seminars and writes books extolling the virtues of aligning the worlds of yoga and eating sustainably and intelligently. Tune in for his advice on how to stay happy and healthy without being some sort of food snob. This episode was sponsored by Hearst Ranch: purveyors of grass-fed beef grazing on the beautiful coast of San Simeon, CA.


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First Aired - 02/18/2014 02:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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Matt Wang joins Chef Emily Peterson for this week's episode of Sharp & Hot to discuss electronics, tattoos, olive oil, and grocery shopping. Learn why Emily has a fear of commitment when it comes to tattoos, and hear some discussions regarding Italian olive oil purity. How are some olive oil producers mixing rancid product into their batches. Why does Emily prefer California olive oils? Later, Emily talks to Matt about grocery shopping, and why she has vowed to steer clear of the grocery store until spring! Thanks to our sponsor, Le Creuset. Music by The California Honeydrops.

"Being a disciple of Mario Batali, I only keep extra virgin olive oil at home." [9:55]

-- Matt Wang on Sharp & Hot


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First Aired - 02/22/2012 11:00AM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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This week on Taste Matters, Mitchell Davis is joined by James Oseland of the legendary Saveur Magazine. Find out how he went from working in the movie industry to becoming editor in chief of one of the most important food publications of our time. Hear his thoughts on what some are calling the "American Food Revolution" and why he thinks the most important thing we can do as "foodies" is just simply cook! This program was sponsored by our friends at Fairway Market.

"There's a quiet revolutionary quality to making a print magazine today."

"Our little secret at Saveur is that we're not really a food magazine, we're an anthropology magazine. We're about what people do around the world through this very specific lens of food."

"What is happening now...is an unquiet, conscious reaction to the fact that America knows it needs to stop eating crap."

"I live to cook.. it's my favorite thing in the world to do."

--James Oseland, editor in chief of Saveur Magazine on Taste Matters


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