Monday, September 26, 2005

Podcast #13: Jennifer Iannolo of GastronomicMeditations.com, Part 1


Episode #13: Part 1 of my Interview with Jennifer Iannolo, Publisher of www.GastronomicMeditations.com. We talk about her sensual approach to food writing, stellar chefs, and her interesting career path in the food industry.

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Plus, "Come Home", a song from the play I did last week, Bury The Dead.
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Music: "Can't Hold it Down", by Andy Sullivan. www.andysullivan.com

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2 Comments:

At 4:12 PM, September 26, 2005, Anonymous Robert W. Franson, Troynovant said...

Mark and Jennifer --

A fine interview! Your shared joy in food comes through very warmly. A few points I particularly enjoyed:
-- food as a full-body experience [ah!]
-- chefs' mutual inspiration [creativity as process]
-- sense memories [history, both mental and physiological]
-- Dostoevsky and Tolstoy [of course]
-- real tastes of seasonal food [grow closely, consume timely]

Good job! Please serve more.

 
At 4:20 PM, September 26, 2005, Blogger ReMARKable Palate said...

Thanks, Robert! It's great to hear back from listeners on what appeals to them. Please feel free to join in on the discussion here. I'd love to hear from listeners about their inspirations and how they use seasonal products, and the sense memories they produce, since we all have different gastronomic experiences growing up.

 

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