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1:OO - 1:3O /// The Farm Report
4:OO - 5:OO /// Food Talk with Mike Colameco
6:OO-6:45 /// Mama Coco's Funky Kitchen
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Tune in for this teaser segment from GUNWASH featuring HRN's neighbor and co-host of The Main Course, Phil Gilmour from Momo Sushi Shack. For more, tune in to GUNWASH every Thursday from 9pm-10:30pm!

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This week on Cooking Issues, Dave and Nastassia are back this week to discuss Novoshape Pectin Methylase browning and take other listener questions including the best techniques for making stocks in a circulator. Dave tells us why to never have a make your own sushi party for your kids and explains how to minimize crystallization when making ice. A listener asks what kitchen tool he should buy next. A centrifuge? A PacoJet? Maybe a sweet coffee setup? Later on Jonny Hunter from The Underground Food Collective stops by to talk about his centrifuge disaster. This program was brought to you by White Oak Pastures.

“Using plastic wrap over your ice block should greatly reduce the amount of crystallization you get in your freezer." [42:00]

--Dave Arnold on Cooking Issues

“The kitchen size is usually a little better when doing a restaurant pop-up in Brooklyn as opposed to Manhattan.” [44:00]

“We had a centrifuge bucket that broke because of a hairline fracture. It threw the bucket into the wall which moved the centrifuge three feet and shook the whole concrete building… we take a lot more precautions now.” [50:00]

--Jonny Hunter on Cooking Issues


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Welcome to Japan Eats! Japan Eats is a weekly radio show from Akiko Katayama, a food writer and a director of the non-profit organization The New York Japanese Culinary Academy (NYJCA), which promotes a deeper understanding of Japanese cuisine in the US. Akiko is joined by food industry professionals who can share their deep knowledge and passion for Japanese cuisine. Tune in and demystify Japanese food tradition, learn about the latest Japanese food trends. On her first episode she's joined by Harry Rosenblum of Brooklyn Kitchen and The Meat Hook. Harry talks about the products he carries, specifically Japanese knives.

"Knives are a really good example of something the's easy to directly import." [08:00]

"We don't like to support products that are what we call 'landfill fodder'. We don't want to sell people things that will break in two weeks or become useless." [14:00]

--Harry Rosenblum on Japan Eats


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