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This week on Native, host Briana Kurtz takes us all the way to Queens, NY and welcomes expert blogger of Jeffrey Tastes, and the unofficial Queens Ambassador, Jeff Orlick, to the show. Jeff loves the five boroughs, but is especially interested in Queens and explores its cultures, talks to the people, and eats the food, all with the goal to inspire others to eat fearlessly and explore endlessly as well. Talking to Briana about the great eats of the neighborhood as well as a real account of the Queens atmosphere, the discussion eventually turns to food permits for vendors in the area. At the tail end of the show, Jeff shares information about the Viva la Comida! Festival coming up that highlights the culture of New York City and Queens, combining food with music, art, dancing, entertainment, and much more. This program was brought to you by Cain Vineyard & Winery.

"We [Queens] has all these cultural enclaves, which makes it different from many other places in the world." [3:10]

"That's why I moved there, because it's always changing - it's very interesting." [7:35]

--Jeff Orlick on Native


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This week on a jam-packed Eating Matters, host Kim Kessler and guest co-host Chef Evan Hanczor are talking mission oriented food trucks with a plethora of guests including: Jordyn Lexton, Fredrick Coleman, and Matt Geller. Jordyn is the founder of the Snowday Food Truck and Drive Change, which operates in NYC to build and operate locally sourced food trucks that hire, teach and empower formerly incarcerated youth while Fredrick is the Drive Change/Snowday liaison. Matt is on the line from California and is the CEO of the SoCal Mobile Food Vendors' Association and as such has extensive experience advocating on behalf of food trucks. In the first half of the show, the group chats about Jordyn's background and experience in the criminal justice sector and how she became involved in the food truck realm, plus what she and Fredrick believe customers take away from their unique food trucks. After the break, Matt joins in the conversation giving further insight on the regulations and technicalities of running food trucks and explains how food trucks are important entities in the restaurant and food industries. Tune in for a great show! This program was brought to you by Cain Vineyard & Winery.

"We want to create community. We use the food truck as a mechanism to do that." [20:00]

--Jordyn Lexton on Eating Matters

"What the food truck industry has done has really created a lot of innovation in the food industry because it's so expensive to get into. It can be a little stifled... and some food truck owners become restaurant owners eventually as well." [26:00]

--Matt Geller on Eating Matters


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This week on A Taste of the Past, host Linda Pelaccio is taking a trip on the Trans-Siberian Railway with author Sharon Hudgins. Sharon has traveled along this particular railway numerous times and worked for University of Maryland University College for 20 years, primarily as a professor in the university's programs in Germany, Spain, Greece, Japan, Korea, and Russia. She also served as UMUC's program administrator at two universities in Siberia and the Russian Far East, and today chats with Linda about the evolution of the Trans-Siberian Railway dining car from the initial journeys to the practice today. After the break, Sharon shares facts about the food vendors that passengers would see across the long journey via station stops and also how the train line has endured through historic events like both World Wars, the Cold War, as well as the current political environment in Russia. Ever wondered the background behind the term 'mystery meat?' Tune in to find out and hear all about this legendary train trek. This program was brought to you by Cain Vineyard & Winery.

"There wasn't a single train called the Trans-Siberian Express, a whole lot of people think there was this one great big legendary train, but it was the route was legendary." [14:00]

"The real point of the the Trans-Siberian Railway is that it was the only way to get across Russia... all the way across the country." [16:55]

--Sharon Hudgins on A Taste of the Past


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