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Travel to Ireland on the latest episode of Native as Briana Kurtz is joined by the legendary Darina Allen. Called "The Julia Child of Ireland" by the San Francisco Chornicle, Darina Allen runs the world-renowned cookery school at Ballymaloe in County Cork, Ireland, which she founded with her husband in 1983. She runs the highly regarded three-month diploma course as well as various short courses, including the Forgotten Skills series, upon which her book, Forgotten Skills of Cooking, was based. They're chatting, amongst other things, about The Inaugural Ballymaloe Literary Festival of Food and Wine. It is the only festival of its kind in Ireland and has created an important hub for food enthusiasts worldwide to meet and share ideas with each other. This program was brought to you by Visit Napa Valley.

"We've always used butter at instead of margerine or other low-fat alternatives. I trust farmers more than I trust chemists. For decades we've been told that fat and butter isn't good for us. How ridiculous is that?" [10:00]

"The perception of Irish food is no way reflective of what's going on in Ireland today. Partly because of nature, we can grow maybe the best produce in the world." [15:00]

"Everybody seems to think cheap food is our right. there's no such thing as cheap food - it's a myth." [25:00]

--Darina Allen on Native


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Farm Fork Food with Chef Eric Skokan. On today’s episode of Sharp & Hot, Chef Eric Skokan talks the seasonality of food! Host Emily Peterson had the pleasure of eating at Chef Skokan’s restaurant Black Cat Bistro in Boulder, CO back in 2009. It was innovative, comfortable and beautiful. His new cookbook Farm, Fork, Food | A Year of Spectacular Recipes by Black Cat Farm brings his innovation into your home kitchen. This week’s recipe for you to try at home is Black Cat Bistro’s Carrot Cake! Snap and pic and post to instagram with the #sharpandhot hashtag. This program was brought to you by Route 11 Potato Chips.

"Peppers really love a lot of heat during the summertime but not too much! they are a little bit finicky." [18:00]

--Eric Skokan on Sharp & Hot


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Aaron Polsky, formely of Amor Y Amargo, is one of the best bartenders in New York City and a good friend of The Speakeasy. He drops by this week to chat with Damon Boelte about his new gig bartending at FC Gotham in the Meat Packing District, his thoughts on seasonal produce and how it relates to cocktails and jail tattoos - amongst other things. Welcome the fall season with a great look into the wonderful world of bartending on The Speakeasy. This program was brought to you by Heritage Foods USA.

"You really want to capitalize on the end of summer thing. Really the end of August/early September has the best produce." [18:00]

"Old Fashioned's and Manhattan's are incredible fall drinks." [24:00]

--Aaron Polsky on The Speakeasy


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