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Today on Eating Disorder, we're joined in the studio by 3 women in the food industry to hear what it's like to work in a world traditionally run by men. Chef Ingrid Wright, bartender Kitty Ostapowicz, and butcher Sara Bigelow each share their stories on this week's episode. Tune in to hear them all! This program has been sponsored by Heritage Foods USA. Today's music provided by Hardbodies.

"I feel like it's my responsibility to take charge of my own life." [26:00]

--Kitty Ostapowicz on Eating Disorder

"It is a man's world but the women run it better." [29:00]

--Ingrid Wright on Eating Disorder


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Is there anything inherently wrong with the way snack foods are developed and marketed? How much responsibility should rest on the consumer versus the manufacturer in matters of labeling and marketing? Do the food industry's attempts to offer more nutritious products reflect a genuine concern for public health? On June 19th, The MOFAD Roundtable tackled these questions through a lively debate among experts in market research, consumer advocacy, and public health.

Speakers:

Michele Simon, President, Eat Drink Politics
Howard Moskowitz, Chairman, iNovum; Chairman, Institute for Competitive Excellence, Queens College (CUNY)
Christina Roberto, Assistant Professor of Social & Behavioral Sciences and Nutrition, Harvard School of Public Health
Derek Yach, Executive Director, the Vitality Institute

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Dave Arnold, Founder, Museum of Food and Drink

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Twitter: @MOFAD or #MOFADRoundtable

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Go behind Annisa on a brand new episode of Radio Cherry Bombe. Host Julia Turshen is joined by Executive Chef Anita Lo and her sous chef Mary Attea. Anita Lo is the chef and owner of Annisa and one of the most respected chefs in the country having earned numerous accolades for her inventive Contemporary American cuisine. Lo opened Annisa in 2000, an intimate restaurant in Greenwich Village. In June 2009, a fire destroyed the restaurant entirely and while plans for rebuilding Annisa got underway, Lo appeared on Top Chef Masters and finished fourth out of 24 chefs. In April 2010, after a complete renovation, Annisa was reopened and then in October 2011, Lo released her first cookbook, Cooking Without Borders, which highlights her passion for bringing multicultural flavors to her American kitchen. Just recently nominated as a semi-finalist for Eater's coveted Young Guns awards, Mary spent several years working in New York city restaurant dining rooms like Aguagrill, before making the leap to the kitchen at Annisa where she earned her chops. Using her Lebanese background, Mary has even helped to create some dishes at Annisa including her Steak Tartare and Saddle of Rabbit with Pistachio, Mint and Grape Leaves, which were recently praised in Pete Wells' review. This program was brought to you by Edwards VA Ham

"It's important to me that my cooks be excited by new things." [12:00]

"I've always felt it was my responsibility to mentor anybody who came through my kitchen and did well for me. It's a point of pride to see people on your staff make it." [21:00]

-- Anita Lo on Radio Cherry Bombe


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