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Food Talks

Food on the Tube
Padma Lakshmi, Amanda Hesser, Kathleen Collins and Charlie Trotter and Alexandra Leaf as moderator discuss how TV shapes the way people think about food.

Doing What You Love
World renowned chefs Tom Colicchio (Craft, Top Chef), Jacques Torres (Jacques Torres Chocolate), Dan Barber (Blue Hill, Blue Hill at Stone Barns) and Andre Soltner (formerly of Lutèce, dean at French Culinary Institute) come to 92Y’s stage to discuss their passions and career paths with Dorothy Hamilton, author of culinary career guide Love What You Do

How I Learned to Cook: Anthony Bourdain and panel
Anthony Bourdain and a panel of accomplished chefs share their early cooking experiences and talk about what influenced their cooking styles. Bourdain is the host of the popular Travel Channel program, Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations, executive chef at Brasserie Les Halles and the author of the bestselling book Kitchen Confidential: Adventures in the Culinary Underbelly.

Dan Barber A New Kind of Farmer
Featured in the 2008 documentary Food Inc., self-described libertarian, Christian, environmentalist and capitalist Joel Salatin has been a man on a mission for many years. He talks with Dan Barber about promoting good food, sustainable farming and returning to a more historically normal lifestyle in the 21st century. Salatin’s book is Folks, This Ain’t Normal: A Farmer’s Advice for Happier Hens, Healthier People, and a Better World. Barber is executive chef and owner of Blue Hill Restaurant and Blue Hill at Stone Barns.

92Y-Mario Batali and Joe Bastianich with Francine Segan
Find out about the past, present and future of Italian dining in America, discover the latest dining trends and get a hilarious behind-the-scenes peek at New York’s restaurants from foodie superstars and good friends, Mario Batali and Joe Bastianich.

The Union Square Greenmarket: An Anniversary Celebration
Celebrate the 30th birthday of the Greenmarket, a beloved culinary, social and cultural institution that has transformed the way New Yorkers eat.

A Talk with the Zagats
Zagat Survey is the leading provider of consumer survey-based information on “where to eat, drink, stay and play” worldwide, with ratings and reviews based on the opinions of more than 325,000 surveyors around the globe.

The All-American BBQ
The 92nd Street Y was the scene for a discussion on “The All-American BBQ.” On hand were Danny Meyer of Union Square Café who founded the Big Apple Barbecue Block Party, Food Network star and chef Bobby Flay and Chris Lilly, vice president of Big Bob Gilson BBQ, widely regarded as the best barbecue in Alabama. Get the lowdown on where to find the best pulled pork, ribs and other regional specialties.

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