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First Aired - 03/06/2012 04:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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This week on Unfiltered, Erin Fitzpatrick & Brian DiMarco sit down and chat with Piet van Leijenhorst, Bols Master Distiller, about his Bols Genever. Learn more about the overlooked flavored white whiskey and learn what sets it apart from other spirits. Find out why genever should not be used as a gin substitute and how it can best be utilized in cocktails. Unfiltered is brought to you by The Barterhouse.

"Genever is a categeroy on its own. It was copied by the English somewhere in the 1800's, but they couldn't truly copy genever so they made gin. The difference between gin and genever are the botanicals. You can hardly drink gin straight, but genever is perfect to drink straight."

--Piet van Leijenhorst, Bols Master Distiller on Unfiltered

"If genever must be categorized, it's white whiskey with botanicals."

--Tal Nadari of Lucas Bols on Unfiltered

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First Aired - 01/26/2012 01:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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This week on the Farm Report get ready to meet Pat McLenithan of Cambridge Valley Livestock, the largest family-owned livestock auction house in New York state. He talks with host Erin Fairbanks about the ins-and-outs of how a livestock auction house works, from when the animal arrives to when it is sold on sale day and everything in between. Learn about why livestock buyers have some of the sharpest eyes around , what a feeder cow is, and even hear Patrick do one of his amazing auctioneer chants live! This episode is sponsored by Whole Foods Market.

"[Beef] is a commodity ... within a phone call the price can change drastically, it really is like the stock market sometimes."

--Pat McLenithan on the Farm Report

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First Aired - 06/20/2010 03:30PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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Alice and Carmen spoke to Dennis Schrader of Landcraft Environments, a wholesale plant and garden source with distributors all over the Northeast. Schrader spoke about the striking tropical plants with which he made a name for himself and Landcraft.
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We Dig Plants, Carmen Devito, Alice Marcus Kreig, Heritage Radio Network, Dennis Schrader of Landcraft Environments, wholesale nursery and growing operation on the east end of Long Island, you need a wholesale license to buy from them directly, their plants are available via mail order and retail locations, Landcraft specializes in tropical plants, Bill Smith, Dennis assisted Carmen & Alice in an embarrassing potato field related incident, he did a lot of design work, greenhouse suppliers, Dennis brings about a million plants to market each year, busy season starts towards the end of April and drops off mid June, propagation starts as soon as it gets cool, his favorite thing he brought back was passion flowers out of Central America, Elephant Ear Plants, Roberta's,

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