Christopher Kimbell, Kim Cevers, New York Times discussed on Christopher Kimballs Milk Street Radio - 134: New York Times Kim Severson on Paula Deen, Alton Brown and Thomas Keller

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Hi this is christopher kimbell thanks for downloading this week's podcast you can go to our website most street radiocom for each week recipes are one recommendations in updates about our cooking school and live of ansett milk street here's this week's show this is mostly radio i'm your host christopher kimbell throughout my whole career i've been amazed that if you walk up to somebody but the no pattern a pen and you ask them personal questions they feel compelled to tell you and and food people especially are helpful there in the hospitality business that was kim cevers senna food correspondent at the new york times today on milk streets iverson talks about the art of the interview and how she suss out the truth about paula dean alton brown and also thomas keller i'll be speaking with came in just a bit first christo kings recently published novel feast of sorrow is a page turner about the roman gourmet marcus gava's hickeys crystal how are you good defaced of sorrow why don't you just give us the the thirty seconds on what this book is about it's a book about that man with his name on the oldest known cookbook and he was a rich roman that the wealthiest in all of rome first century a d time of tiberius and augusta's and he traveled the world looking for luxuries ingredients for his meals and he aspired to be gastronomic advisers caesar but you you describe agree detail in the book the meal now it starts with uh sort of emu's bush right that's we call it now so you so you'd have a salad some mellon what would you start with.

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