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This week on A Taste of the Past host Linda Pelaccio talks with food writer and interviewer Monica Bhide who has written on a variety of subjects from Indian cooking to her latest venture into the world of e-publishing with her newest e-book, "In Conversation with Exceptional Women". Learn about her tips for gaining inspiration in both cooking and writing, her views on authenticity and Indian cooking, as well as where she sees the realm of digital publishing heading. This episode is sponsored by Cain Vineyard & Winery.

"It really raises the question of what is real cooking and what is real food. And, to me, anything that is prepared with love and that is intended to nurture the people that it's prepared for is real cooking."

--Monica Bhide on A Taste of the Past


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This week on All in the Industry Shari speaks with world-renowned chef and friend, Pichet Ong, about his climb up the culinary ladder from beginnings with Alice Waters at Chez Panisse to working at Jean Georges and eventually opening many of his own successful establishments. Talking today about his inspiration behind becoming a pastry chef to his adventures working in and opening restaurants around the country, Shari and Pichet also discuss what his food future looks like. Tune in to hear Pichet's thoughts on great restaurants, upcoming chefs to watch, and some fun host/guest camaraderie. This program has been sponsored by Rolling Press.

"We don't do desserts for ourselves, or even for one particular audience, but it's for everyone." [5:54]

"The thing that I learned the most, was to not have any preconceived idea of a technique or how to cook something, just cook with love, use the best ingredients, and it's all going to be good." [8:15]

-- Pichet Ong on All in the Industry


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Linda Pelaccio visits The Fabulous Beekman Boys at their farm to discuss The Beekman 1802 Heirloom Dessert Cookbook on this week's episode of A Taste of the Past! Tune into this program to learn about the nostalgic properties of family recipes, and what makes an "heirloom" dessert. Hear how Brent Ridge and Josh Kilmer-Purcell relied on their hometowns in North Carolina and Wisconsin for regional inspiration. Find out about the history of Beekman, New York, and why it's the perfect setting for a new handmade culinary resurgence! Hear about some of the specific recipes from the book, as well as the Beekman Boys' artisanal production endeavors! To learn more about Linda's visit with The Beekman Boys, visit HandPicked Nation. Thanks to our sponsor, BluePrint Cleanse.

"What family doesn't have that one dessert that your mother or grandmother makes that everyone loves?" [2:00]

"With Southern recipes, you don't actually cook anything. You take Nilla wafers, cover them in whipped cream, and put them in the fridge for two hours!" [4:55]

-- The Beekman Boys on A Taste of the Past


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