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First Aired - 11/23/2009 03:30PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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Hotgrease
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Robertas
Every wonder what a pop up shop is? Mia Sakai of BoHo Bodega comes by Hot Grease to talk about corner shops & temporary marketing. Also on Hot Grease, a Thanksgiving themed "Hot Five"
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First Aired - 11/22/2010 02:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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Snacky-tunes
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This week on Snacky Tunes Terry Diabolik sits down with Michael Whiteman of the renowned Baum and Whiteman restaurant consulting firm, creators of Windows on the World and operators of The Rainbow Room. Whiteman talks food trends of 2011, including predictions of big things for sandwiches and popsicles. Next up The Suckers come to the studio to talk cooking (or lack thereof) on the road, their new album, and to perform some songs in-studio! This episode was sponsored by Cabot Cheese of Vermont, Dairy Farm Family owned since 1919

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Snacky Tunes, Terry Diabolik, Cabot Cheese, Napa Valley, Sparkling Rose, Baum and Whiteman, Restaurant Consultants, Windows on the World, 9/11, The Rainbow Room renovation, 2011 Trends, Annual Trend Report, another good year for food, things are getting better, all the people who were rich before the collapse are still rich, people are spending in new and fashionable places instead of old timey stuffy French or Steakhouse places, Steakhouses are Middle Class, people who GENUINELY have money, rich people, San Antonio, urban farming, Heinz Kethcup, 27 percent of families in this sector have ZERO disposable income, food-to-go, Wallgreens food-to-go, food-to-go is taking restaurant and supermarket dollars, where does nutrition fit into this?, neighborhoods with the worst nutrition, food deserts, wife swapping but with restaurants, interesting crossovers, every time a restaurant fails another consultant is born, pop-up shops, social media help pop-up shops, menus are NOT necessarily getting more conservative, gourmet comfort food,

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