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This week’s podcast was recorded live on stage at

FOOD NETWORK IN CONCERT 

… at Ravinia w/ Chef Wylie Dufresne, Food Network star Jeff Mauro, Josh Kaufman (winner of Season 6 of The Voice), Chris Carrabba (from Dashboard Confessional and Twin Forks) and Lori Majewski (author of Mad World: An Oral History of the New Wave Artists and Songs That Defined the 1980s.) We talk more Grateful Dead and Lou Reed w/ Wylie, hear about Jeff’s first concert, find out what Josh feeds his kids, and hear about the kind of food Chris grew up eating. And then, towards the end, the discussion turned into vegetarians vs. the meat eaters as we discussed the politics of food and the idea of food as art. Can you guys who was on which side?

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… and Author Lori Majewski and… JUST ADDED… Chef Wylie Dufresne! If you’re here at Food Network in Concert at Ravinia in Chicago come check us out at Bennett Gordon Hall at 3:45pm

… and Author Lori Majewski and… JUST ADDED… Chef Wylie Dufresne! If you’re here at Food Network in Concert at Ravinia in Chicago come check us out at Bennett Gordon Hall at 3:45pm

Uh… so apparently these guys were all on Top Chef Duels a few weeks ago!? How did we miss this?
Kudos to our pal Francis Lam on the spectacular photobomb. 

Uh… so apparently these guys were all on Top Chef Duels a few weeks ago!? How did we miss this?

Kudos to our pal Francis Lam on the spectacular photobomb. 

Love the bathroom wallpaper at Tasty N Alder in PDX

Love the bathroom wallpaper at Tasty N Alder in PDX

Apparently Christina Milian is a fan of street meat. (Who knew?!)
From her Facebook page: “Bout to do some super big business with Chicken and Rice and make this company global! For all you foodies out there, like me, get ready! #foodporn #chickenandrice.”
Chicken and Rice, which launched in L.A. earlier this year, has plans to expand to Vegas (on the sidewalk in front of New York New York, natch), Orange County, and New York City.  
Your move, Famous Halal Guys. (May we suggest a partnership with Rhianna?)

Apparently Christina Milian is a fan of street meat. (Who knew?!)

From her Facebook page: “Bout to do some super big business with Chicken and Rice and make this company global! For all you foodies out there, like me, get ready! #foodporn #chickenandrice.”

Chicken and Rice, which launched in L.A. earlier this year, has plans to expand to Vegas (on the sidewalk in front of New York New York, natch), Orange County, and New York City.  

Your move, Famous Halal Guys. (May we suggest a partnership with Rhianna?)

We’re headed to Chicago for the weekend to podcast live on one of the smaller stages at Food Network in Concert at Ravinia. So to get us pumped up we’ve got…

CHEF ALEX GUARNASCHELLI

…on the podcast this week to talk music. (She’ll also be at the festival this weekend.)  You probably know Alex as a judge on Chopped, an Iron Chef, and the Executive Chef of Butter in NYC.  But did you also know she is huge fan of Priest and Maiden?  And that her mom, the famous cookbook editor, had a kick ass record collection? She also tells us about cooking for Prince (eat your heart out Marcus Samuelsson!), the time Nile Rodgers played at her restaurant The Darby, and the time she saw the Jerry Garcia Band at the Garden and left early to get a burger at Big Nick’s on the Upper West Side. And then, her 7 year old daughter plays drums at the end of the episode to close things out.

Download the podcast for free on iTunes or by putting our RSS FEED  into a player of your choice.  Or if you’re too lazy for all of that, you can stream the episode below…

Acts like the Ramones, Black Flag and Minor Threat believed in stripping a song down to its raw essence. Allergic to fussiness and intensely fixated on the purity of fresh fruit and vegetables, Mr. Headley aims to accomplish a similar feat with sweets. He prefers to use the ripe products of nature and get out of their way. Think of his roasted nectarine as an edible version of “I Wanna Be Sedated.”
The NY Times on Born Against drummer turned chef Brooks Headley

Kings of Leon's Nathan Followill's Favorite Bars and Restaurants in Nashville, TN 2014 | Tasting Table

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