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Published January 15th, 2015

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By Austin Sherman

Tune in to “What Doesn’t Kill You” Monday, January 19th at 12pm EST when Katy Keiffer will talk with Chipotle spokesman, Chris Arnold on the carnitas scandal. To read the Huffington Post article, click the link here.


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On this episode of A Taste of the Past, Linda Pelaccio is joined in the studio by Rebecca Federman of the Culinary Collections at the New York Public Library. Today, they are discussing the NYPL's old menu collection and the new What's on the Menu? program. Hear about old menus from the inauguration of President McKinley to the dedication of the Statue of Liberty. Help out the NYPL by helping to digitize some of these menus to create a searchable database! Tune in to learn about some of the more obscure NYC menu items, as well as the role of midday lunch in building the restaurant business in the city. This episode has been brought to you by White Oak Pastures.

"There are the everyday menus that I find very graphically beautiful and interesting. Or there are children's menus that I find really adorable."

Restaurants are such a huge part of our social history, that to not have these documents is such a loss."

-- Rebecca Federman on A Taste of the Past


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Jimmy Carbone and Chef King: This week on Sharp & Hot Emily Peterson talks to Jimmy Carbone, host of Beer Sessions Radio and owner of East Village restaurant Jimmy's No. 43, and King Phojanakong, the chef of Tito King's Kitchen at Jimmy's No. 43. There are lots of delicious dishes on the menu at Jimmy's No. 43, and if you can get a group of eight friends together you can order a whole suckling pig! Tune in to hear more about Jimmy's No. 43 along with some unveiled info about McDonald's greasy secret menu. This program was brought to you by S. Wallace Edwards & Sons.

"[The Adobo Wings are] crispy wings but they fall right off the bone." [21:00]

--Jimmy Carbone on Sharp & Hot

"We present it first whole, everybody get's to see it before we carve it up. It's a beautiful crispy skin and nice juicy meat on the inside." [22:00]

--King Phojanakong on Sharp & Hot


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