Get FIT this Leap Day

Tweet My good friend Amy Mac, host of the Fitness Attack Podcast, is releasing her book today! Go check it out on Amazon and buy a copy for yourelf. You’ll love Amy’s no-nonsense approach to fitness and feeling good! After more than 400 Fitness Attack episodes, the first 100 areavailable in print! The Fitness Attack […]

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RPV31: Zester Tips

Tweet ReMARKable Palate Video #31: Zester Tips Chef Mark shares a few quick tips on choosing zesters for taking the rind off lemons and limes. From bar zesters for making twists to fine microplane zesters. This is the third in a series of quick kitchen and shopping tips from ReMARKable Palate. Music: “Go Fish” by […]

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Good Enough to Drink (and Eat!)

Tweet FYI, I’m going to be stepping up my blogging again, and posting events I get invitations for that may be of interest to my listeners and readers. Here’s one that sounds like fun, and I know the owners of Pour, it’s a GREAT wine shop: Good Enough to Drink (and Eat!) A super-charged wine […]

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Ah, to stay young…

Tweet I got this notice in the email: Tiny New York Meatpacking District restaurant Jarnac will turn 8-years-old but celebrate just its 2nd birthday on the coming leap-year day of Friday, February 29. The famous 32-seat French restaurant on the corner of West 12th and Greenwich St opened on February 29, 2000 – another leap-year […]

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RP132: Unusual Alaskan Chocolates

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ReMARKable Palate #132: Unusual Alaskan Chocolates This week, I pay a visit to a unique chocolate shop and art gallery in Anchorage Alaska, the Modern Dwellers Chocolate Lounge. I speak with Martha Brigham and Zoe Oakley, who have created a homey atmosphere for the enjoyment of some unusual chocolates featuring quizzical local flavors […]

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RP131: Tasting Tasmania

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ReMARKable Palate #131: Tasting Tasmania This week, I learn about the foods and culture of Tasmania, that lovely heart shaped island off the southern coast of Australia. I speak with Felicia Mariana, CEO of Tourism Tasmania, about the uniqueness of this southern island, and the plight of the beloved Tasmanian Devil. I also […]

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RPV30: Thermometer Tips

Tweet ReMARKable Palate Video #30: Thermometer Tips Chef Mark shares a few quick tips on choosing the right thermometer for your fridge, freezer and for measuring the temperature of your foods. This is the second of a series of quick kitchen and shopping tips from ReMARKable Palate. Music: “Go Fish” by Big Money Grip, from […]

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RP130: My Dinner with Andrea, Part 2

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ReMARKable Palate #130: My Dinner with Andrea, Part 2 I speak with Andrea Tiberi of Eatalian Style about his focus on teaching Americans the authentic regional tastes of Italy. We chat about his native Umbria, great cheeses like Grana Padano, as he prepares for the guests to arrive. We’ll have video of the […]

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Photos from the WinterLake Lodge, Alaska

Tweet I’m just home from the trip of a lifetime, 3 days spent in the middle of the Alaska wilderness at Carl and Kirsten Dixon’s WinterLake Lodge, which is only accessible by skiplane in the winter, and seaplane or helicopter in the summer. They are wonderful hosts, offering great hospitality. I’ll have both audio and […]

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RP129: My Dinner with Andrea, Part 1

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ReMARKable Palate #129: My Dinner with Andrea, Part 1 I speak with Andrea Sertoli of Select Italy about his company’s customized travel planning, with it’s culinary focus, and the intimate dinners he hosts to share Italian conviviality. Next week, we speak with the other Andrea, Chef Andrea Tiberi, about the menu for this […]

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