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Hosted By
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Join Greg and Darin for their 200th episode on this week's Snacky Tunes! To mark the momentous occasion, the guys pop some champagne and take it back to the beginning. Welcoming Mom and Dad Bresnitz to the show to reminisce and shed light on how the twins came to be where they are today, they talk about their early food memories, and, of course, how Mom and Dad met. Seemingly bursting with foodies and great stories on each side of the family, it's a no brainer how Greg and Darin came to have their finger on the pulse! The second half of the show features the band Roses who joins in with great live performances. Tune in for the celebration with the Snacky Tunes family! This program was brought to you by Heritage Foods USA.

"I had my first culinary experience from a chow-chow cart, an eggroll, prior to the food trucks that come around." [18:50]

"I guess I was cooking a little leaner food and one day Greg came home from high school and said, 'look mom, I'm hungry... and I don't mean vegetable hungry, I mean meat hungry!'"[22:14]

"Inviting people to your house, setting the table, and giving them food from the heart is a real special occasion." [45:26]

-- Gloria Bresnitz on Snacky Tunes


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Some plants, like onions and garlic, have chemical defenses that prevent animals like us from eating them. Unfortunately for them, when cooked right these defenses can be delicious. Find out how cutting and cooking methods can dramatically effect the harshness of garlic and onions, and why.

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Why’s my low-temp meat green? Why do my onions taste metallic? What can I make with all of these cherry pits? Dave Arnold answers all of this and more on this week’s episode of Cooking Issues. Listeners also get to learn the meaning of “Pancake Syndrome” (It’s not as fun as it sounds) as well as the best camping food (Risotto al Funghi). This program was brought to you by Whole Foods Market.

“Most of the greening in meats are due to sulfur or hydrogen peroxide.”

“The longer an onion sits after it’s cut the more metallic it’s going to taste”

“Do not store flour in the fridge, store it in the freezer.”

--Dave Arnold on Cooking Issues


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