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This week on Eating Disoder, hosts Crazy Legs Conti and The Rev Spyro welcome author Janice Erlbaum to the studio. Her latest work, "I, Liar!" is out now and tells the tale of how we rewrite our histories, remake our selves, and revisit the same storylines and characters throughout our lives. Talking about everything from writing stoned to Crazy Legs' original film concept, all conversational bases are covered here. For the trainwrecks, for the borderlines, for the girls who are "too much" for everybody else: "I, Liar!" and this Eating Disorder episode is for you! This program was brought to you by Roberta's.

"I have found that I can write both stoned and sober, which was a real relief!"

"I would love to be vegan if it didn't take your entire life up!"

--Janice Erlbaum on Eating Disorder

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THE FOOD SEEN: “The Modern Art Cookbook” with Mary Ann Caws January 6, 2015 11:21 AM On today’s THE FOOD SEEN, Mary Ann Caws, a Distinguished Professor of Comparative Literature, English, and French at the Graduate School of the City University of New York, takes an in-depth look at palates of famous artists throughout history. “The Modern Art Cookbook” mixes art with recipes, from Salvador Dali’s “Eggs on the Plate without the Plate” to a Picasso’s Omelette a L’Espagnole. The relationship between how Impressionists, Surrealists, and Futurists see food, interpreted through cooking, is wonderfully reflective of their personal styles. Imagine being studio with Paul Cezanne, snacking on his Anchoiade (anchovy spread), or trying Frida Kahlo’s Red Snapper, Veracruz Style, a bite of Monet’s Madeleines au Citron, or a slice of David Hockney’s Strawberry Cake. You can’t touch Andy Warhol’s “Campbell’s Soup Cans”, but you can eat Allen Ginsberg’s Borscht any day!

"I think the simplicity of the recipes is exactly what I was aiming at - simple and spontaneous - the kind of thing you'd make if people happened to drop in." [18:00]

--Mary Ann Caws on THE FOOD SEEN

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Tonight's program is all about vegetables, the anti-meat. Host Joshua David Stein starts the Joshua David Stein Variety Hour....Half Hour", with a dramatic reading of poetry by filmmaker Matthew Reeve, who pronounces the word cauliflower, as in the title of James McMichael's poem '"The Cauliflower" with a lovely West London accent. Reeve also reads, quite nicely, the lyrics to Joshua David Stein's favorite The Beach Boys' song, "Vegetables." The show's musical guest is the wonderful juan Wauters, who performs both under that name and with his band, The Beets. Wauters and Stein dissect the date that is currently unraveling in front of the studio window. The woman is checking Facebook; the man messages. Juan's friend, Tall Juan, a handsome Argentinean, silently looks on from his seat in the studio. In the second half, Joshua David Stein reads in his deep baritone a selection from a recent essay he wrote for Eater, entitled, Confessions of a Self-Loathing Carnivore. in which he bemoans his own meat-addiction.. He is joined by conflicted meat eater Tyler Kord, co-owner of the sandwich shop No. 7 Sub. Kord and Stein discuss the dangers inherent in dubbing a sandwich a "vegetarian sandwich" versus a "meat sandwich." "A sandwich is a sandwich," asserts Kord. This program was brought to you by Rolling Press

"Everybody knows that there's no more cod left in the ocean." [27:15]

"We could become a straight vegetarian restaurant.....but I think that we would lose all those people who come to the restaurant, order a sandwich and end up loving it even though they ordered a vegetarian sandwich." [32:45]

--Tyler Kord on Joshua David Stein Variety Hour....Half Hour

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