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On today’s episode of THE FOOD SEEN, we’re happy to catch up with Jen Murphy, the wanderlust Deputy Editor of AFAR magazine. This globe trotting gal grew up on the shores of New Jersey, only to find herself jaunting to far flung beaches and beyond in over 40 countries on 5 continents. Recently, Jen’s been in Croatia, Slovenia, London, Colorado (Granby, Crawford, Durango), Verbier, Austin, Asheville, Charleston, Maine, Marrakech, Nambia, Mozambique, Cape Town … just to name a few, but what tips does she have to become a better adventurer. From travel etiquette to cultural practices, assimilating like a local, and asking a bartender where to eat, here’s how to make it about both the journey and the destination. This program was brought to you by White Oak Pastures.

"If you're on the coast of Cambodia having crabs just out of the water - no matter how good the chef is in New York you can't compare." [14:00]

"Travel makes you so much more appreciate of everything you have." [25:00]

--Jen Murphy on The Food Seen


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Learn a whole lot about Spanish wine on a brand new episode of In the Drink with Joe Campanale and guest Victor Urrutia. Victor is part of the fifth generation owners of CVNE, and the seventh family member to run the company. The venerable Wine Company of the North of Spain, known by its Spanish acronym, CVNE, was founded in 1879 in Haro, Rioja. To this day, it remains a family company. Trained as a lawyer, Victor joined the CVNE Board of Directors in 1998 at the age of 25, while working in a bank. This program was brought to you by Michter's.

"There's large chunks of the world that unfortunately can't afford high end wines. I keep seeing the same people from the same wineries everywhere I go." [9:00]

"Ultimately you want to make a wine that reflects its origins. If you make a wine that could come from anywhere - you're doing something that doesn't have too much of a soul." [20:00]

--Victor Urrutia on In the Drink


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This week on Snacky Tunes, hosts Greg and Darin welcome the Editor-in-Chief of First We Feast, Chris Schonberger and the Brooklyn-based, electronic dreampop act, Mahogany. At the top of the show, the twins speak with Chris about his beginnings and how he worked his way to his esteemed position with the online media outlet. He goes on to elaborate how First We Feast is an online entity that looks at food as an illuminating lens into pop culture, music, travel, and more. Mahogany joins the second half of the show, giving a breakdown of their history and how the duo initially met and started collaborating. Playing live in the studio, the electronic dreampop act lets loose with a few tracks from their new album and talks their upcoming tour. Tune in for a solid show, complete with World Cup fever. This program was brought to you by Whole Foods Market.

"Food media at this point is so competitive... You have places like Eater, Grubstreet... and magazines like Savuer and Food & Wine. So the question was, how could we reach an audience, being an online media only entity." [22:08]

--Chris Schonberger on Snacky Tunes

"Plug the guitar in! Don't sit in bed in your panties playing the guitar with no amplifier, that's the rule." [40:37]

--Mahogany on Snacky Tunes


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