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First Aired - 02/21/2011 02:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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Jordana Rothman is back! Last year she successfully predicted a handful of food trends on Snacky Tunes and she's returning to do the same for 2011. Tune in and hear what she has to say about everything from vegetables to mixology. Find out why Jordana thinks that comfort food will NEVER go out of style and Harlem might be the new hot spot for food in 2011. This episode was sponsored by Fairway Market - like no other market. For more information visit www.FairwayMarket.com

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First Aired - 08/27/2009 04:30PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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On the third installment of Will Communication, Will Goldfarb is joined by Alex Raij, co-owner and chef of Txikito Restaurant in Chelsea, NYC. They talk about Basque cuisine, farmers markets, and what makes good cooking so good.
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Roberta's, Will Goldfarb, family, Durango, fish neck, fish head, generations, Roberta's promotes a timeless atmosphere, Alex just had a baby!, 9th ave between 24th and 25th, Bilbao, Spain, reversed gender roles, running a restaurant is a labor of love, regional cuisine, minimalist cuisine, attention to region, ingredients, food preparation, poached cod, oils can be strong, banquet dish, exact temperature is important, romantic ingredients, chili pepper and clam, high cuisine, heritage, Biscay, Zamudio, France, real estate is part of running a restaurant, international restaurants, Alex Raij, Alex runs Txikito with her husband, Basque cuisine, Basque country, the dish is transformed by the process, cod parsed with garlic, secular Spanish tapas, road trip through Spain, higher standards, Txikito, http://www.txikitonyc.com,
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Hotel Macaroni, fine cuisine next to a gas station, modern Italian restaurant with food that actually tastes Italian, cooking restrictions, cooking as storytelling, incorporating foreign ingredients and techniques, dominance of olive oil as a cooking medium, there is a lot of fatty, sugary and salty food in Spain, Fernando Rey, the difference between oil and butter, market cooking, farmers market, adding personal style to ingredients, staple ingredients, Alex buys vegetables from farmers market in season, rooftop garden, shipping container, making something out of anything, do it yourself spirit, Whole Foods, evil empire, Bowery is like a country within New York, green markets, anything that's high quality is a luxury, gold topping on dessert, Louis Vutton, preparation has taken a back seat to the origin of the ingredient, charging fair prices, menu structure, conscious shopping, BBQ Trailer, Heritage Foods, adding value to a brand, affording to serve food at a good value, supply and demand, finding new clients, Picnick Smoked,

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