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On today’s episode of THE FOOD SEEN, food photographers Taylor Peden & Jen Munk have formed the photographic super group, Peden + Munk. Inspired by their mentor Paul Jasmin at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, Taylor and Jen took to the streets of Los Angeles, with two models, and cues from Godard’s 1960’s film “Breathless”, marking the beginnings of a life filled with collaboration. Their focus on food came after a 3 day shoot at Blue Hill at Stone Barns, which opened up the industry to their creative eyes. They’ve since documented BBQ in Memphis, farming on Martha’s Vineyard, Rhum Agricole in the Caribbean, and many Michelin starred restaurants in California and beyond. Their images have donned the pages of Bon Appétit, the New York Times Magazine, and the recently released cookbook, “A New Napa Cuisine“ with Chef Christopher Kostow of Meadowood in Napa. But what may excite them most, are the recipes they’ve learned through their travels. This program was brought to you by S Wallace Edwards & Sons.

"We've always tried to treat our commercial work as a personal project. We're lucky enough that a lot of people who hire us give us the freedom to push it further and do what we want. Sometimes it's hard to delineate what's commercial and personal work because it all feels personal at the end of the day." [13:00]

"We love to make our subjects feel comfortable and hopefully that shows in the work." [20:00]

--Taylor Peden on The Food Seen

"We often call ourselves the ghostbusters. We feel like we're sent in when all things seem they're going to fail! We find a way and roll with the punches. We don't get too stressed." [24:00]

--Taylor Peden on The Food Seen


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Heritage Radio Network attended the 2015 International Association of Culinary Professionals conference in Washington DC, to hear what topics were trending at the forefront of discussion this year. As a worldwide forum for the exchange of culinary information, the IACP is comprised of 3,000 members from over 30 countries; chefs, restauranteurs, writers, photographers, editors, publishers, and marketers, all striving to share their knowledge and inspiration with the greater food community. Michael Harlan Turkell, of Heritage Radio Network's The Food Seen, was able to sit down and talk with some of the attendees of the conference to hear what they had to say.

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This week on Pizza Party is talking pizza photography! With guest co-host Sarah Jacobs along for the episode, the duo welcomes Cyrus Summerlin, co-founder of the Push for Pizza app as well as photographer JonPaul Douglass of the Pizza in the Wild series. Cyrus explains that Push for Pizza was created by a group of pizza lovers that wanted to cut out the process of calling to order a pizza. The group also wanted to sidestep the hassle of websites like Grubhub and Seamless, and thus the convenient app came to be. JonPaul shares how he began photographing pizza and how he was inspired to show pizza in a different light than most food photographers. Based in Los Angeles, JonPaul also gives his take on the West Coast pizza scene. This program was brought to you by The Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board.

"After a while you're like what else can I put a pizza on?" [10:05]

"It's almost reinforced growing up where pizza is this awesome thing." [21:30]

--JonPaul Douglass on Pizza Party

"Pizza can do no wrong. It has this weird cult following." [28:35]

--Cyrus Summerlin on Pizza Party


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