THE WEEKLY REWIND
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This past week, the Heritage Radio Network has been all about the film "Julie & Julia". On Edible Communities, host Marla Camp was joined by Julie Powell, the woman who inspired the story for "Julie & Julia". Acclaimed author Betty Fussell stopped by The Main Course to talk about her experiences with Julia Child and James Beard.
On another information-packed episode of Burning Down The House, Curtis B. Wayne dissected the complex relationship between architects, designers, contractors and clients, with special guests Bill & Chris Sharples of the Shop Arc collective. On the Q Report, Patrick and Mark had a chance to talk about a recent lawsuit involving prisoners and soy-based diets with Gary Cox.
Celebrity whiz-chef and food scientist Will Goldfarb officially launched his brand new show, Will Communication, which now immediately follows the already popular Urban Foragers. Anne Saxelby checked in on the American Cheese Society with guest Tia Keenan on the exciting show, Cutting The Curd.
Snacky Tunes continued the stations discussion about the future of cooking with guest Irene Wong, who went further into the ideas brought up by Michael Pollan in his article in the Sunday Times, "Out Of The Kitchen, Onto The Couch". Also, multi-platinum recording artist Moby will join Darin & Greg on the September 7th edition of Snacky Tunes. Mark the date on your calendar!
On Why We Cook, chef Erica Wides covered the gamut of greens, from soft, leafy greens to sturdier collard greens. On the latest edition of At The Root Of It, Erin Fitzpatrick talked with Bill Bendelow of the Sloan Wine Group about his eclectic collection of wines.
On a very special Farm Report, expert Neil Peterson, informs listeners of the history and future of the largest fruit native to America: the Pawpaw. Neil’s interview airs just 2 weeks before this indigenous fruit is ready for harvest, occurring only during the month of September.
Eat to the Beat was all about country music in New York, as guest Michelle Lopez shared a collection of community based organizations and events for those who love the twang. Severine Von Tscharner Fleming continued her look into the world of young farming with guest Amy Franceschini.