Saturday, February 18, 2006

Podcast #25: Part 2 of Janet Amateau Interview

#25: More Food, Less Whine.
Part 2 of my Interview with Sephardic Cooking expert Janet Amateau.

Also - Food News in the Media:
Killer Shrimp, foreign menus, and
When is a Cheese Sandwich more than just a Cheese Sandwich?

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Music: "Can't Hold it Down", by Andy Sullivan.

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At 7:29 AM, February 19, 2006, Blogger MM said...

Interesting coverage of the Cheese Sammich flash mob event. I certainly enjoyed mine. Very good points raised.

At 11:23 PM, February 19, 2006, Blogger ReMARKable Palate said...

Thanks, it's interesting the strange connections we make in this sphere-o-blogs, eh?

At 6:33 PM, February 23, 2006, Blogger vlb5757 said...

Mark, I am little behind the times here and finally got caught up on all your podcasts. I save them for when I work. It makes my day go faster and I learn and laugh too. I have really enjoyed the ones about Sephardic cooking. Which I knew NOTHING about. So that really was very interesting. Great interviews. I go and read Kalyn's blog all the time and love the herb day she has especially when someone from outside the USA talks about what is in season in their country.

Congrats on all your mentions everywhere and sign me up for the truffle wrestle. I have GOT to see that one!!!!

At 1:32 AM, February 24, 2006, Blogger ReMARKable Palate said...

What I didn't mention in the interview is that we recently discovered that my family has Sephardic heritage, we were conversos. My mother has converted back to Judaism, so there is a strong personal interest that draws me to Janet and her work, and of course the cuisine itself that resonates within me.


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