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Food Talk with Mike Colameco

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Chef and industry insider Mike has spent his entire career working in the food business. In this one hour program he'll pick up where he left off at his previous New York based AM talk radio gig. Each hour is a stand alone multi-themed program featuring live interviews with a myriad of guests. He'll talk shop with chefs, restaurateurs, cook book authors and food writers, with discussions around ingredient sourcing, cooking, baking, wine, equipment, mixology, beer, farming, foraging, fisheries, sustainability, chocolate, food trends, travel, diet, health, music and his take on the many restaurants he frequents.
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This week on Food Talk with Mike Colameco, Mike is joined by "sommelier with a punk rock past" Christina Fuhrman, Wine & Service Director at Piora in New York's West Village, Ernest Lepore of the famous Italian bakery Ferrara, and Lisa Suriano, founder and CEO of Veggiecation, which promotes and educates communities on the health benefits of vegetables and how to prepare them in simple, unique, affordable, and most importantly, delicious ways.
On this week's Food Talk with Mike Colameco, Mike revisits the Long Island wine country via a selection of single-style-focused vineyards.
This week on Food Talk with Mike Colameco, Mike is joined in the studio by Kelly Koch of Macari Vineyards and Alicia Ekeler-Valle of Lieb Cellars to talk about the venerable wine country of...Long Island, New York.
On the season premiere of Food Talk with Mike Colameco, Mike first welcomes Shane McBride, Executive Chef of Balthazar, and Reggie Nadelson, author of the new book At Balthazar: The New York Brasserie at the Center of the World. Having covered restaurants and food for decades on both sides of the Atlantic, Nadelson recounts the history of the French brasserie, and how Keith McNally reinvented the concept for New York City.After the break, Phoebe Connell and Nora O'Malley talk about their adjacent beer store, wine store, and wine bar on Avenue C (aka Loisaida Avenue) in Alphabet City.
Episode 111: Weed Talk

Episode 111: Weed Talk

2017-04-2000:59:04

On the season finale of Food Talk with Mike Colameco, it's a 4/20 celebration (mostly), featuring Cheri Sicard, an LA-based cookbook author and frequent High Times edibles columnist, John Whiteman of Wana Edibles in Colorado, baker Peggy Moore of Love's Oven in Colorado, and Bill Samuels, Jr., Chairman Emeritus of Maker's Mark. Also sitting in is mystery guest co-host "Henry" aka Daniel Sklaar of Fine and Raw chocolates.
This week on Food Talk with Mike Colameco, the full hour goes to father and son David and Eben Lillie of Chambers Street Wines, one of Mike's favorite wine stores on planet Earth.Chambers Street Wines has been selected as one of the first recipients of the Slow Food NYC Snail of Approval, for its contributions to the quality, authenticity and sustainability of the food we eat and the beverages we drink in the city of New York.
On this week's episode of Food Talk, host Mike Colameco is joined by artist and restauranteur Antoni Miralda, former owner of iconic restaurant El Internacional in Tribeca, and certified dietitian-nutritionist Allison Buckingham of Perelandra Natural Food Center.
This week on Food Talk with Mike Colameco, Mike is joined in the studio by Giovanni Colavita of Colavita Olive Oil and Jerry Turci of Jerry's Homemade in Englewood, New Jersey. Tune in to hear them discuss last fall's poor olive harvest in Italy, skyrocketing real estate costs in New York, the olive oil production process, and more!
In the first half of this week's Food Talk with Mike Colameco, Mike is joined via phone by Bob Holmes, a New Scientist magazine correspondent, PhD in evolutionary biology, passionate home cook, and Slow Food Canada member. Bob is also the author of the forthcoming book Flavor: The Science of Our Most Neglected Sense.After the break, Mike sits down with Ben Goldfarb of the Food and Environment Reporting Network (FERN) to discuss his article The Deliciously Fishy Case of the "Codfather" which was published by Mother Jones.
This week on Food Talk with Mike Colameco, Mike is joined in the studio by Fred Dex, one of only 210 Master Sommeliers in the world, and the only one holding that honor in the Carolinas. Fred spent fifteen years in New York City working in some the the top gastronomic and wine savvy temples in the city. In 2013, Fred relocated with his family to the Triangle, a region in the Piedmont of North Carolina, to continue building his consulting business around the region’s burgeoning food and wine scene.
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