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It takes more than a traveling chef and great pork buns to conquer the global restaurant and media markets. In this episode of Tech Bites, the studio is jam packed with the social ninjas that run the digital presences for Momofuku Restaurants worldwide and Zero Point Zero Productions (the creative powerhouse behind Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown, PBS’s Mind of A Chef, MeatEater, Apex Predator and Food Republic). Listen in on Helen Cho, Danny Carnaje from ZPZ and Marguerite Mariscal and Rebecca Palkovics from Momofuku talk tweets, paper cuts and pork belly. This program was brought to you by Cain Vineyard & Winery.

"We very intentionally kept everything [social media] super consolidated. We find across all our restaurants there's a ton of overlap in demographics. Also, it allows us to put out more content in a way that if it was coming out of an individual restaurant they wouldn't have the time or capacity." [17:10]

"We've had a Facebook renaissance. I think video on Facebook is the fastest growing demo that they have, actually." [31:30]

--Marguerite Mariscal on Tech Bites

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Kara Newman explains The Secret Financial Life of Food on this week's episode of A Taste of the Past. Linda Pelaccio invites Kara into the studio to talk about her book and the history of food commodities. What foods are traded on the commodity market, and how did commodity markets develop? Hear about the role of "the Butter & Egg Man" in food history and society, and learn about urban development in relation to food trading. How do commodity prices affect prices in the supermarket? How did items like pork belly and onions almost take down the Chicago Mercantile Exchange? Find out on this week's installment of A Taste of the Past! This program has been brought to you by Fairway Market.

"In terms of what makes for a commodity from a food perspective- either it's important for our survival, or something that we hold close to us emotionally." [11:30]

"The butter and egg man was the modern Wall Street hotshot." [14:25]

-- Kara Newman on A Taste of the Past

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This week on All in the Industry, host Shari Bayer welcomes Chef King Phojanakong and Jimmy Carbone to the studio who have been collaborating on a new menu at Jimmy's No. 43 under the moniker Tito King's Kitchen. Getting the scoop on Jimmy and King's diverse backgrounds and paths through the culinary industry, the guys share how they met at a charity event but ultimately bonded over their love of food and drink. The guests go on to elaborate how they elevated traditional bar fare with Filipino flair including adobo chicken wings, adobo pork belly, and, of course, a vast selection of beer. Tune in for Jimmy and King's responses to the infamous speed round, industry news, and Shari's solo dining experience! This program was brought to you by EscapeMaker.com.

"When I was 18 years old all I thought about was where's much my lunch and somehow that's led me to this career."

--Jimmy Carbone on All in the Industry

"We love what we do and I think it reflects in the food and drink and whole package we put together."

--King Phojanakong on All in the Industry

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