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12:OO - 12:3O /// A Taste of the Past
1:OO - 1:3O /// The Farm Report
3:OO-3:3O /// Eating Matters
4:OO - 5:OO /// Food Talk with Mike Colameco
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Joe Campanale kicks off the new year in style on a brand new episode of In the Drink. He's joined by one of the most important New York wine figures, Jeff Porter, Beverage Director at B&B Hospitality Group. Jeff was born and raised in Texas. He became interested in wine at his first restaurant job in Austin. To learn all that he could about wine, Porter eventually took a stocking position at one of Austin’s best wine shops. He excelled there and was soon buying wine for the shop and traveling throughout Europe. Porter then moved to the West Coast where he first worked for a wine distributor in the Bay Area and then served as Wine Director at Tra Vigne Ristorante in St. Helena, where his passion for wine and hospitality took off. Most recently, Jeff held the positon of Beverage Director at Osteria and Pizzeria Mozza in Los Angeles. He moved to New York City in March of 2011 to head up the beverage program at Del Posto. He is recognized as an “Advanced Sommelier” by the Court of Master Sommeliers and is currently a candidate for the “Master Sommelier” designation. This program was brought to you by Michter's.

"I always call Italy the newest oldest wine region in the world. Obviously they've been making wine forever but they had to figure things out. Post World War II, Italy was super poor - even through the 50's, 60's and 70's. It wasn't until the 90's that people started seeing money in wine." [19:00]

--Jeff Porter on In the Drink


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This week on Food Talk with Michael Colameco, host Mike Colameco welcomes Michael Lomonaco, Laura Mania, and Ryan Sutton to the program. Kicking off the show with Chef Michael Lomonaco of Porter House New York, the two chat about Michael's background and journey through the food scene in New York City. Michael is also involved in the New York City Food and Wine Festival coming up this month and shares a sneak peak of the menu items before departing. Next up, Laura Maniec joins in on Food Talk. Laura is a Master Sommelier, co-founder of Corkbuzz, and is the former Wine and Spirits Director for 20 restaurants across the country. Sharing with Mike about how she traded culinary school for becoming a sommelier, as it turns out, it was happenstance that she fell into the career. Also telling about the difficulty of the tests associated with becoming a master sommelier, such as the blind tasting test where she correctly identified 6 wines based on taste, Laura goes on to share her future plans. In the last segment of the show, Mike welcomes food critic, Ryan Sutton to the program talking about what a day in his life is like. Talking ins and outs of reviewing, at the tail end of the show Ryan admits some of the best food that he's had the privilege of eating in the past year.

"It's what I love doing more than anything, being right here in New York and being in a restaurant." [14:15]

--Michael Lomonaco on Food Talk

"For me, I loved the blind tasting and I never struggled with it... I passed the tasting at 24." [31:46]

--Laura Maniec on Food Talk

"Critics offer a dialogue. Critics offer storytelling that's what, I think ultimately, readers want." [48:55]

--Ryan Sutton on Food Talk


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