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Welcome to Season 2 of Radio Cherry Bombe! Julia Turshen is joined by Amanda Cohen, the chef and owner of Dirt Candy, her award-winning vegetable restaurant in New York City. The first vegetarian restaurant in seventeen years to receive two stars from the New York Times, it has been recognized by the Michelin Guide three years in a row, and won awards from Gourmet Magazine, the Village Voice, and many others. She was the first vegetarian chef to compete on Iron Chef America and her comic book cookbook Dirt Candy: A Cookbook is the first graphic novel cookbook to be published in North America. Tune in as they discuss the restaurant, her plans for a new spot and her thoughts on tipping vs all inclusive charge. This program was brought to you by Whole Foods Market.

"We don't have a philosophy behind what we do [at Dirt Candy]. It's not a lifestyle restaurant. I don't care what you had for lunch, you don't have to tell me that you're a carnivore when you come into the restaurant. I just want you to like the food that I'm serving." [04:00]

"When you get really successful you have to hire so many more people to do things for you if you want other time." [17:00]

--Amanda Cohen on Radio Cherry Bombe


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This week on A Taste of the Past, host Linda Pelaccio welcomes Karen Page, author of many books but most recently The Vegetarian Flavor Bible, to talk all about eating vegetarian. With the popularity of cutting out meat in the past decade, Karen Page brings some great dishes to light in the new book. Notably, Karen and her author/photographer husband, Andrew Dornenburg, became vegetarians in 2012. Talking to Linda about the history of vegetarianism, Karen mentions that in the United States, this style of eating actually had religious roots prior to being hailed as a healthy way of living. After the break, Linda and Karen discuss the varying reasons why people choose to change their diets in such a way as well as Karen's reason for becoming a vegetarian. This program was brought to you by Whole Foods Market.

"Why do these flavor combinations we know as classics come to be? It's because people started playing with the ingredients that they had locally." [6:05]

"Vegetables are being embraced by chefs of all stripes [17:48]

"People always say how do you get your protein and I say, well, I eat plants. Plants have protein!" [31:18]

--Karen Page on A Taste of the Past


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Adam Shprintzen discusses 19th Century vegetarianism in his book, The Vegetarian Crusade. This week on A Taste of the Past, Linda Pelaccio talks with Adam about the roots of meat abstention in the 19th Century with the British Bible Christians. How was vegetarianism related to the American Reform Movement and the murmurings of temperance? Tune into this episode to find out how the American Vegetarian Society organized disparaging groups of non-meat eaters. Have vegetarians faced vitriol throughout history? Learn how food entrepreneurs like Harvey Kellogg and Sylvester Graham helped spur on the spread of vegetarianism. What are the parallels between 19th Century vegetarianism and its form in the modern day? Find out all of this and more on this week's edition of A Taste of the Past! Thanks to our sponsor, Consider Bardwell. Music by Obey City.

"The 19th Century was not only a time when people were thinking about reform, but also a time when people were thinking about ways to live a better life. People were abstaining from alcohol, rethinking sexual relationships with the 'free love' movement... It only makes sense that people were also considering changing their diets." [6:00]

"Today, vegetarianism is marketed in a very personal way!" [31:25]

-- Adam Shprintzen on A Taste of the Past


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