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Host Leiti Hsu settles in with chef-partner John Fraser of NYTImes three-star Dovetail in the UWS and the brand-new Narcissa in The Standard Hotel EV. When not running up-and-downtown between his two spots, he’s doing Muay Thai and marathons. We’ll also talk therapy, carrots Wellington--and what it was like to work at The French Laundry with fellow greats like Grant Achatz and Rene Redzepi. Top of the show we have Kerry Heffernan, sustainable seafood advocate and founding executive chef of Eleven Madison Park, at the Greenmarket with the season’s first bay scallops. We WINEddown with sommelier Davis Anderson of NY Sushi Ko on preparing your wine bunker for the wintertime. Connect with us at @leitihsu #WOMshow! This program was brought to you by Fairway Market.

"You're corralled and looking around like what's about to happen, like animals to slaughter." [on the NYC Marathon starting line]

"I went to a free session and it felt pretty good and then I got punched in the face a few times and I was like 'Ooh, this is gonna work for me.'" [on the practice of Muay Thai]

"Before I started on that journey, there's no way I could be sitting in front of a microphone...I think the American style is to work on the outside, going to the gym, but the inside gets forgotten." [on embracing therapy]

--John Fraser on WORD OF MOUTH

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This week on Food Talk, Mike interviews some fantastic women chefs working in New York. First we hear from chef de cuisine Lauren DeSteno of Marea, and Italian restaurant on the southern end of Central Park. Later, we're joined in the studio by chef Ayesha Nurdjaja of Red Gravy in Brooklyn. This program has been sponsored by Cento, King Arthur, and Colavita. Thanks to Brothers NYC for today's music.

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"I had wanted to go to culinary school for so long that every second was the best moment I've ever had." [19:45]

"No one's coming into this industry to make money, I mean let's be honest." [25:45]

Lauren DeSteno on Food Talk with Mike Colameco

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Erin Fairbanks is investigating cider as an agricultural product on this week's episode of The Farm Report! Tune in to hear Erin talk with Eleanor Leger of Eden Ice Cider. Eleanor produces ice cider- a higher ABV beverage that is made through cold-concentration processes. Learn more about the processes involved with making ice cider, and why Eleanor and her husband decided to pour their life savings into this business. For farmers and artisans, cider is important to the New England agricultural economy. Later, Erin and Eleanor talk about the slowing local juice industry, and the prevalence of imported juices from concentrate in the grocery aisle. Later Jeanne Hodesh from the GrowNYC Greenmarket calls in to talk about the apples, potatoes, and bay scallops entering NYC's markets! This program has been sponsored by Whole Foods.

"We're very excited to encourage other orchards in Vermont and New England to start producing ice cider. We really believe it's a product that represents our terroir well, and you cannot make it in a lot of places." [14:23]

"All of the fresh juice market has disappeared in the U.S. Virtually every bottle or can of fresh juice in the supermarket today comes from concentrate from outside of the U.S." [22:33]

-- Eleanor Leger on The Farm Report

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