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Get a rare candid look into the life of a restaurant critic on a brand new episode of All in the Industry as host Shari Bayer is joined by Steve Cuozzo, restaurant critic for the New York Post. Steve shares his opinions on everything from the role of the critic to the practice of up selling in the restaurant business. This program was brought to you by White Oak Pastures

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"If a chef or a kitchen sends out an extra dish - that's fine. I almost never say no to it - unless it's a complete bank breaker." [07:00]

"My biggest peeves in restaurant in New York are overcooked chicken, share plates, general up selling on the part of the floor staff and the practice of not seating incomplete parties." [09:00]

"All restaurant reviewers typically focus on what's new. For every critic - how new is too new? Can you reasonably write about a new restaurant after 3 weeks? A month? 6 months? Restaurant reviews are unlike any other form of criticism because the product is never the same. Every restaurant meal is a different product and a different experience. When you go to a restaurant you're not really buying a meal you're buying a memory." [13:00]

"Most people who write about restaurants take the crafts very seriously." [22:00]

--Steve Cuozzo on All in the Industry


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Are you #LivingOffTips? This week on Eating Matters, host Kim Kessler is talking to Meg Fosque, the National Policy Director of Restaurant Opportunities Centers (ROC) United. ROC United exists to improve wages and working conditions for the nation’s restaurant workforce. Meg explains that with over 10 million employees nationwide, the restaurant industry is the one of the largest and fastest-growing private sector employers in the nation. Unfortunately, despite the growth and profitability of the industry, restaurant jobs provide largely low wages and little access to benefits. Meg and Kim discuss exactly how ROC United has made a difference and what the organization's goals are for the future. This program was brought to you by Cain Vineyard & Winery.

"There's a real desire on the part of restaurant workers to have an organization that they can rally with and impact the industry." [24:35]

"We try to take a three pronged approach which is affecting cultural change, corporate change, and policy change." [26:25]

--Meg Fosque on Eating Matters


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Tune in to this week's episode of What Doesn't Kill You for an in-depth conversation on labor issues in the restaurant industry. How do tipped wages affect workers? Why is there a labor shortage in the industry? Find out as Katy Keiffer chats with Michael Leviton, the former Chairman of the board for Chefs Collaborative; and Chef/Owner, Lumiere and Chef/Partner, Area Four Boston, Massachusetts. He is a seven-time James Beard Foundation Award nominee and recipient of national awards from Food & Wine, Bon Appétit, Gourmet and Saveur. This program was brought to you by Consider Bardwell.

"I don't know what needs to be done, but there's definitely a labor shortage in this industry." [11:45]

"The only way to gain mastery is by doing it over and over again." [34:30]

--Michael Leviton on What Doesn't Kill You

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