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This week on The Morning After, solo host Sari Kamin is chatting with Heather Marold Thomason and Kathryn Tomajan of Eat Retreat, and takes them through some amazing Food News, including a Texas brisket bandit, Chinese medicine endorsing beer hops as good for the brain, and cops arresting pizza delivery guys but proceeding to deliver the goods! After the break, Heather and Kathryn explain that Eat Retreat is a creative retreat for leaders in the food community (including alum Sari Kamin!) that brings together people from across the country and across food disciplines for an immersive, hands-on weekend of cooking, eating and collaborating. They go on to say that objective of this annual event is to inspire, rejuvenate and ultimately celebrate a shared joy of food. It’s basically summer camp meets the farmers market! Tune in to hear about how Eat Retreat has evolved, highlights from the application pool, what's to come for this amazing organization, and, of course, The Morning After Quiz! This program was brought to you by Whole Foods Market.


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To kick off the new year on The Speakeasy, Damon Boelte is joined by Heather Greene, Whiskey Sommelier at The Flatiron Room and author of Whisk(e)y Distilled. Heather Greene is one of America’s leading whiskey experts, media’s newest “go-to” woman on the topic of brown spirits, and the author of Whiskey Distilled, A Populist Guide to the Water of Life on Viking Studio, an imprint of Penguin Random House. She is also The Director of Whiskey Education and sommelier at The Flatiron Room in Manhattan where her classes sell-out regularly. Heather is also an accomplished musician. Her latest (third) record was released in 2012 under the name Argon 4o with her music partner Adam Williams. Their music is currently licensed to MTV Networks after being called by BBC radio as “Beautifully simplistic, yet thoroughly complex.” She has toured extensively throughout the United States and Europe. When she’s not sipping whiskey or playing keyboards, she can be found on her stoop drinking a simple gin and tonic. This program was brought to you by Michter's.

"There a lot of synergies between music and something beautiful and mystical like whiskey." [08:00]

"There's an incredible amount of subjectivity in the human palate. The idea of a best whiskey is kind of lost when it comes to science." [19:00]

--Damon Boelte on The Speakeasy


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Welcome John La Polla of Bitter & Esters as the new guest-host of Fuhmentaboudit! He's here with a cavalcade of brewers and beer professionals in anticipation of The NY Pro-Am Brew P.I.T. (Philosophy. Inspiration. Technique.). The P.I.T. is a celebration of the local beer brewing community both professional and amateur. A one-of-a-kind event featuring local brewers and the beers they inspire. Participating home brewers (chosen via lottery from online submissions) will meet with professional local craft brewers, get a tour of their brewery, share some beer, and talk shop. The home brewer will brew a beer inspired by that meeting and serve it alongside a beer of the professional brewer’s choice at Covenhoven located at 730 Classon Avenue in Brooklyn, NY. On August 9th, there will be 2 tasting sessions. Session 1: 1-3pm, Session 2: 3:30-5:30pm. Learn more here. . This program was brought to you by GreatBrewers.com.

"When I started brewing in NY there were only 2 home brew clubs, now thanks to people like Bitter & Esters there are roughly 10-12 homebrew clubs. "Brewnity" is the umbrella and excuse to get everybody together to do events that can benefit local charities." [29:00]

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