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JANCIS ROBINSON 

If you love wine, you know who Jancis is, and if you don't, this is a great introduction to her. Author of dozens of wine books, wine advisor to the Queen, among other achievements, with designer Richard Brendon, Jancis has just launched a beautiful wine glass that's good for both red & white wine. 

In this lively, intimate interview with Bianca Bosker, Jancis answers timeless questions like, Is there a direct correlation between price and quality in wine? (No!) What's the next trend going to be in wine? Is natural wine really all that much better? And much more.

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16 November 2018
MAGNUS NILSSON
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Chef Magnus Nilsson, who helped launch the Nordic food revolution from Fäviken, his 24-seat restaurant in Sweden has just published another, epic must-have cookbook: The Nordic Baking Book.  Howie Kahn finds out why Nilsson believes Nordic baking is the “best baking culture in the world,” why fika is like “a nap with food,” the worst thing a creative person can do, what Nilsson means when he talks about sandwich cake and much more.

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09 November 2018
MARK KURLANSKY & MAIRA KALMAN
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MARK KURLANSKY & MAIRA KALMAN

From New Yorker covers to dozens of books for adults and children, and exhibitions, Maira Kalman’s iconic art and prose have made her a national treasure. Food often features in her work, like in this year’s book Cake, and the forthcoming Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas, by Gertrude Stein. Mark Kurlansky, best known for his brilliant books, Cod, Salt and most recent, Milk! met with Maira in her Manhattan studio to find out how she makes her paintings look so delicious, and wound up finding a soulmate in the most surprising and hilarious ways. 

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02 November 2018
REDZEPI & ZILBER: FERMENTATION
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REDZEPI & ZILBER: FERMENTATION

Noma, arguably the most influential restaurant of the 21st century, uses fermentation in a revolutionary way. For the first time, the chefs behind this alchemy share the fruits of their years of experimentation, as well as predictions for the future of food, with host Howie Kahn.

David Zilber Photo credit: Evan Sung   

Rene Redzepi Photo credit: Laura Lajh Prijatelj

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23 October 2018
CAN CRICKETS SAVE THE WORLD?
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CAN CRICKETS SAVE THE WORLD?

Taped live before an audience at Dean & Deluca’s flagship store in Soho, this episode explores how an ancient source of protein - crickets - could solve some of the world’s hunger problems - and be the most delicious new ingredient to cook with. Star chefs Gabe Kennedy and Malcolm Livingston join Seek cricket flour and snacks CEO Robyn Shapiro in this fascinating discussion moderated by Howie Kahn. 

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19 October 2018
SAMIN NOSRAT’S SALT, FAT, ACID, HEAT
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SAMIN NOSRAT’S SALT, FAT, ACID, HEAT

Called "the next Julia Child," Samin Nosrat, author of the instant classic Salt Fat Acid Heat, talks with Alex Guarnaschelli about working on the Netflix series, the salt she swears by, and her new favorite snack, in this intimate interview between two extraordinary women.

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13 October 2018
IS NATURAL WINE HERE TO STAY?
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IS NATURAL WINE HERE TO STAY?

At one of Manhattan's hottest new restaurants, Frenchette. Bianca Bosker, Jay McInerney and Jorge Riera debate the rise and worth of natural wines.

Wines and winemakers discussed include: Domaine Leflaive, Claude Courtois, Joan Ramon Escoda-Sanahuga, Els Bassotets, Conca Barbera 2017 (Macabeu/Chenin), Thierry Allemand Cornas, Thierry Puzelat, Le Clos de Tue-Bouef, Herve Villemade ,Dard & Ribo, Hirotake Ooka, Pineau d'Aunis (from Thierry Puzelat or Emile Heredia, les Verre des Poetes), Ulysses Collin, Les Maillons, Rose de Saignee Extra Brut 2014

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29 September 2018
OLIA HERCULES & DIANA HENRY
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OLIA HERCULES & DIANA HENRY

Ukrainian food is not what you think it is. Extraordinary cookbook author Olia Hercules takes Diana Henry on a culinary, cultural and deeply personal trip through her homeland.  Including watermelon molasses, borscht with eels, mint ajika, pepper pastes, soup stock made from dried pears and more. All that plus a preview of Olia’s fascinating next book, Summer Kitchen.

Olia Hercules photo credit: Elena Heatherwick 

Diana Henry photo credit: Chris Terry 

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28 September 2018
COOL TYPE, HOT FOOD: SHTEYNGART & PREVITE
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COOL TYPE, HOT FOOD: SHTEYNGART & PREVITE

Gary Shteyngart is a food reader's dream novelist. He discusses Lake Success, his newest novel, a road trip through America, with Howie Kahn. Plus a possible solution to America's anger issues: the Mexican Mole-Mobile. And journalist Jamie Feldmar is back, talking to the force behind DC's hottest restaurants, Compass Rose and Maydan, Rose Previte. Shuwa, anyone?

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07 September 2018
SECRETS & CONTROVERSIES
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SECRETS & CONTROVERSIES

Four great writers—and speakers—on how to eat, how to write and what foods and food issues should be on our minds today. 

Milk is one of the most controversial foods in history. Mark Kurlansky (author of more than 30 books, including bestsellers Cod and Salt) and Blue Hill’s Dan Barber (author of the ground-breaking book The Third Plate) debate, debunk and discuss GMO, raw, grass vs. grain, sheep vs donkey, and other fascinating questions raised in Mark’s latest brilliant deep dive, Milk! A 10,000 Year Old Food Fracas.

The New Yorker’s new weekly food critic, Hannah Goldfield discusses the role of restaurant criticism today with author Bianca Bosker (Cork Dork). How does Goldfield choose her subjects for her 'Talk of the Town for restaurants'?  What will next year's big ingredient be? What does she hate and what, after thousands of restaurant meals does she always crave? 

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13 August 2018
BRILLIANT WOMEN, BOLD NEW MOVES
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BRILLIANT WOMEN, BOLD NEW MOVES

Meet the extraordinary women who are changing the New York culinary world.  In 2016 Clare de Boer, Jess Shadbolt, and Annie Shi opened their first restaurant and promptly broke most of the rules of success. Journalist Charlotte Druckman finds out how King is crushing it.

Last summer, Dana Bowen was the Executive Editor of Food & Wine; this summer she's running a culinary club with Sara Kate Gillingham, the James Beard Award-winning writer. Host Howie Kahn visited The Dynamite Shop to hear why these powerhouses decided to leave the world of words for the world of cooking with tweens and teens, and how they hope their Make & Take program will change how families eat together.

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19 July 2018
THOMAS KELLER & THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY
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THOMAS KELLER & THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY

The snap and the nib. The problem with cocoa butter. The solution of olive oil. From cacao farms in Madagascar to a testing lab in Florence to the production facility in Napa, the legendary Thomas Keller takes host Howie Kahn through his fascinating and unique chocolate-making process. Plus Keller weighs in on #MeToo, the enduring appeal of Raoul's, the importance of meditation, who he thinks should play him in his biopic, and why he has a special affection for Dean & DeLuca and our show's namesake street.

Photo credit: Thomas Keller, Bai Chi, Armando  

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05 July 2018
DIANA HENRY & ANTHONY MANGIERI
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DIANA HENRY & ANTHONY MANGIERI

Diana Henry is from Northern Ireland; Anthony Mangieri from the Jersey Shore. Their unique love of food and hard work propelled each to the top of their fields. Adam Sachs hears how Mangieri's newest restaurant is 'unlike any other in the world' and Howie Kahn discovers why Nigella Lawson can't love you if you don't love Henry's newest book, How To Eat A Peach.

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20 June 2018
GLOBAL WELLNESS DAY: WISDOM OF THE SAMBURU; POTIONS FROM A SHAMAN; ADAPTOGENIC HERBS & CBD OIL
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GLOBAL WELLNESS DAY: WISDOM OF THE SAMBURU; POTIONS FROM A SHAMAN; ADAPTOGENIC HERBS & CBD OIL

Wellness: it's everywhere and yet…what is it?  And is it attainable? How? On this episode two wise women share their philosophies, stories and recipes for eating and living well. London shaman Wendy Mandy's treatments and potions are so restorative that some clients, like veteran journalist James Fox, call her a witch. Co-author of Keith Richard's memoir Life, Fox takes us inside Mandy's treatment rooms where, over a series of days he learns some of Nigerian-born healer's wellness secrets, in this, her first American interview. 

CAP Beauty achieved a cult following so soon after opening that the all-natural beauty webstore expanded to a brick and mortar in New York and last fall, to the new Fred Segal in Los Angeles.  Prince Street's wellness-seeking hedonist Melanie Dunea sat down with CAP Beauty co-founder Kerrilynn Pamer to discuss CAP's first cookbook/lifestyle guide, High Vibrational Beauty, and their just-out adaptogenic-herbed CBD oil, The Daily Hit. 

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08 June 2018
YASMIN KHAN'S PALESTINE; JASON WILSON’S 'GODFORSAKEN GRAPES'
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YASMIN KHAN'S PALESTINE; JASON WILSON’S 'GODFORSAKEN GRAPES'

Palestinian food and lesser-known grapes are the subjects of best-selling author Yasmin Khan and author Jason Wilson's next books. Fellow-foreign correspondent Melanie Dunea hears about the challenges Khan faced in collecting recipes for Zeitoun.  Did you know there are over 1400 varieties of wine grapes? Learn about amazing wines you've never heard of as the Prince Street Wine Club, with Bianca Bosker and sommelier-poet Amanda Smeltz discuss Jason's just-published book, Godforsaken Grapes. 

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04 May 2018
NIGELLA!
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NIGELLA!

Why do fans around the world eagerly await the next cookbook from British author Nigella Lawson?

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16 April 2018
FOOD IN VOGUE
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FOOD IN VOGUE

Recorded live in Dean & DeLuca Soho, Prince Street;s Howie Kahn and Vogue's Executive Editor, Taylor Antrim discuss the new book FOOD IN VOGUE.  How does Vogue illustrate the cultural food moment? How did photographer Irving Penn use ants in one of his photos--and where did his editor find them? How will Vogue's food coverage change?  These answers and much more in a lively discussion about how the influential magazine has helped make food fashion.

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19 January 2018
BEST OF PRINCE STREET SO FAR
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BEST OF PRINCE STREET SO FAR

A terrific tasting menu of some of our favorite stories, including: The farming revolution taking place in the shadow of the Williamsburg Bridge.  Why Scarlett Johannson's memory lane leads her to Howard Johnson's. Alex Guarnaschelli and Isaac Mizrahi discuss tomato sauce and the meaning of life—before he serenades her.  Alec Baldwin on the food that reminds him of his early Broadway days.  David Miliband on how Americans can help end the African famine – and why they should.  Chef Mashama Bailey introduces us to the Thrill Ladies.  Hawa Hassan's journey from Somalia refugee to CEO of her condiment company, Basbaas.  

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29 December 2017
ALICE WATERS
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ALICE WATERS

Alice Waters has run her legendary Berkeley, California restaurant, Chez Panisse, for 46 years. But how did she become the crusader she is today?

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18 November 2017
ALEC BALDWIN & FRANK BRUNI
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ALEC BALDWIN & FRANK BRUNI

From backstage at Saturday Night Live, Alec Baldwin talks with New York Times columnist and bestselling author Frank Bruni about the power and limitations of satire. 

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06 November 2017
DAVID CHANG, MARFA'S RANCH WATER, NICHOLAS MORGENSTERN & ANDREW ZIMMERN RETURNS.
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DAVID CHANG, MARFA'S RANCH WATER, NICHOLAS MORGENSTERN & ANDREW ZIMMERN RETURNS.

Why is Momofuku mastermind David Chang designing high-tops with Nike and what has marriage taught him about being a chef and running his empire? How did the food (and tequila) scene in Marfa, Texas, influence Griffin Dunne, Roberta Colindrez and the rest of the cast of I Love Dick? And what does Nicholas Morgenstern's ice cream have to do with art and design? Plus, Andrew Zimmern is back with an evocative and romantic Madeleine Moment set in Paris, 1968.  

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07 July 2017
LIVE FROM PRINCE STREET: ANDREW ZIMMERN
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LIVE FROM PRINCE STREET: ANDREW ZIMMERN

Andrew Zimmern is more than just the sum of his Bizarre Foods. In this candid conversation at the Dean & DeLuca flagship, with Prince Street's Howie Kahn, the acclaimed chef and television host lays bare the past that could have killed him, the show that almost never got off the ground, why food people are the best people and why he might leave all the deliciousness behind for a world that's even more bizarre--a future in American politics. 

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23 June 2017
MEL BROOKS, HEMSLEY + HEMSLEY, VERTICAL FARMING, MIMI CHENG'S
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MEL BROOKS, HEMSLEY + HEMSLEY, VERTICAL FARMING, MIMI CHENG'S

Very soon, grocery stores will be cloud-controlled mini-farms with shelves of growing produce -- according to Andrew Carter and Adam DeMartino, co-founders of the Brooklyn startup Smallhold.

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31 May 2017
CONFLICT & RESOLUTION
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CONFLICT & RESOLUTION

How do you feed 30 million people? 

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17 May 2017
LIVE FROM PRINCE STREET: ALEX STUPAK
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LIVE FROM PRINCE STREET: ALEX STUPAK

Is creativity an act of rebellion? What's mustard seed doing in a taco? Is there a store-bought tortilla worth eating?

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01 May 2017
IDENTITY
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IDENTITY

Does what you eat—and cook—reveal the real you? 

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14 April 2017
CLEANUP
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CLEANUP

Dan Barber, in London, makes food waste the new black. How April Bloomfield turned her fear of the hamburger into gold. Tasmanian journalist Craig Leeson wants to shock you—to save the earth with his film, A Plastic Ocean. From upstate New York, a Brazilian-American man has started a shrimp revolution. And Gillian Jacobs, star of Netflix's Love, calls us from Los Angeles with her Madeleine Moment (spoiler alert: sprouts are involved). 

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15 March 2017
LIVE FROM PRINCE STREET: MARTHA STEWART
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LIVE FROM PRINCE STREET: MARTHA STEWART

The first Live From Prince Street with Martha Stewart & Bill Buford is now LIVE ! 

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03 March 2017
EPISODE 11: DESIRE
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EPISODE 11: DESIRE

Love or money, chocolate or wine, everything you desire, we're talking about it on this episode of Prince Street.

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10 February 2017
EPISODE 10: SECRETS
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EPISODE 10: SECRETS

Secret recipes, secret crimes, secrets of success --we have them all on this episode, revealed by guests like Scarlett Johansson and Alex Guarnaschelli, and some famous American ghosts, too.

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11 January 2017
EPISODE 9: HOLIDAYS
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EPISODE 9: HOLIDAYS

Holiday cheer and recipes, tears and secrets with Anthony Bourdain, Jonathan Franzen, Massimo Bottura, Alex Guarnaschelli, Lela Rose, Gail Simmons and more!

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07 December 2016
EPISODE 8: COMMUNITY
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EPISODE 8: COMMUNITY

Love, rivalry and astonishing creativity: these are just a few of the things we heard about when we asked our guests, What does community mean to you? 

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04 November 2016
EPISODE 7: TRIUMPH
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EPISODE 7: TRIUMPH

This month, Prince Street celebrates TRIUMPH with tough and touching stories about hard-won victories.

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05 October 2016
EPISODE 6: FULLNESS
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EPISODE 6: FULLNESS

Fullness means radically different things to our six guests this month. What does it mean to you? 

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07 September 2016
EPISODE 5: ANXIETY
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EPISODE 5: ANXIETY

We’re keeping it real this month on Prince Street with a show about anxiety. We understand—it’s summer, time for ice cream and the beach. But we also know that nerves are not seasonal, especially when it comes to... food.

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05 August 2016
EPISODE 4: RULE BREAKING
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EPISODE 4: RULE BREAKING

Rule breakers are the focus this July on Prince Street, those who use food to push boundaries and change culture.

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08 July 2016
EPISODE 3: CRAVING
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EPISODE 3: CRAVING

Craving is the topic this month on Prince Street. A professional line-waiter explains the psychology of cult-craving.

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03 June 2016
EPISODE 2: RISK
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EPISODE 2: RISK

On this episode of Prince Street we asked some of the most interesting people in the food world to tell us about a moment in their life when they chose the riskier path.

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06 May 2016
EPISODE 1: PREPARATION
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EPISODE 1: PREPARATION

What does it mean to truly be prepared? In this first episode, we get perspective from legendary filmmaker Francis Ford Coppola, make pizza with ramen master Ivan Orkin, hop aboard a US Coast Guard cutter with Griffin Dunne and chase down an illusive Italian cooking robot. All that and more!

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28 March 2016
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