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First Aired - 04/21/2011 12:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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This week on A Taste of the Past, Linda invites food historian and noted author Andy Smith to the program to explore and dissect the history of the most popular tuber and a staple of most diets - the potato. Did you know there are over 200 varieties of potatoes? Find out more about the history evolution of the potato on this especially informative episode of A Taste of the Past. This episode was sponsored by Cain Vineyard & Winery


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First Aired - 12/02/2010 12:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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Celebrate Hanukkah on a special episode of A Taste of the Past! Linda is joined by Rabbi, historian and author Gil Marks, author of The Encyclopedia of Jewish Food. Gil gives a brief history of Hanukkah and explains how it came to become a prominent and celebrated holiday in modern times. He also takes us on a historical tour of some traditional dishes such as latkes and matzoh. Tune in for some truly encyclopedic knowledge on Jewish food. This episode was kindly sponsored by our friends at 360 Cookware. Find out more about their vapor technology and green product line at www.360cookware.com


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First Aired - 01/12/2014 04:30PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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Jeff Bailey has dropped the bass (guitar) and brought Texas-style breakfast to Williamsburg via Whirlybird. Tune into this week's Snacky Tunes to hear Jeff chat with Darin Bresnitz about his involvement with Williamsburg music staples like Glasslands, Phosphorescent, and Virgin Forest! Why did Jeff dive into the restaurant business? Heat what ingredients Jeff uses in his tacos, and how Whirlybird became a smashing success and a neighborhood favorite. Later, Adrianne Lenker joins the program and plays a few of her songs live in the studio. Adrianne describes her favorite controversial sandwich! Adrianne talks about her musical childhood, and her job at Whirlybird. Coincidence? You decide! Thanks to our sponsor, Tekserve.

"Bread is wrong... Tortillas are basically edible napkins... I love them because you can buy a bunch of them and they last for a long time before they go bad." [15:00]

"Some of the best music can be made on the verge of throwing up!" [48:15]

-- Jeff Bailey on Snacky Tunes


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