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First Aired - 03/06/2012 03:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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On today’s THE FOOD SEEN, Hugh Acheson chef/owner of Five & Ten, The National, and Empire State South, in Atlanta and Athens, Georgia, takes A New Turn in the South (his cookbook) on the road, preaching the gospel of the South … and his Ottawa upbringing. This program was sponsored by S. Wallace Edwards & Sons.

"First and foremost, I cook for a community and that community is rich and poor. I want to appeal to all of those people. I want everybody to have an excuse at least once a year to come to the restaurant. If I was to isolate it and decide to [source everything locally], it would probably be more expensive food."

--chef Hugh Acheson on The Food Seen


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First Aired - 01/26/2014 04:30PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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Darin Bresnitz packs the house on this week's edition of Snacky Tunes! First up is Lee Schrager of Food Network South Beach Wine & Food Festival, a food and wine festival with a long history in the beautiful city of Miami. Tune in to hear Lee discuss some of the new exercise and food-based events on the Food Network South Beach Wine & Food Festival roster! Find out how the fest will celebrate The Spotted Pig's anniversary, and find out what new events are sparking Lee's interest. Julia Sherman is the artist responsible for the amazing food blog Salad for President; tune in to hear why Julia's obsessed with 'the perfect bite', and hear how she defines a salad. Later, Williamsburg keyboard band Au Revoir Simone joins the studio to talk about their new album, Move In Spectrums. Hear about some of their interesting locations for salad preparation while on tour, and why they're all pretty obsessed with quality produce! Tune in to hear Au Revoir Simone live in the HRN Studios! Thanks to our sponsor, Rolling Press.

"I think we have some of the best culinary talent here in South Florida. It's a very diversified scene down here in South Beach." [9:30]

"Not everyone goes to a fashion show, but everyone eats." [13:15]

-- Lee Brian Schrager on Snacky Tunes

"Salads contains pieces of things that come together... in each post, I take a picture of 'the perfect bite.'" [24:45]

-- Julia Sherman on Snacky Tunes


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Throughout the month of February we are thinking about and honoring Ms. Lewis on the 7th anniversary of her passing. Edna was a woman who changed course of culinary history with her refined interpretation of Southern cuisine. Thanks to our sponsor, White Oak Pastures.

by Sari Kamin.

photo via the Edna Lewis Foundation

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