Episode 30
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.

 

Photo credit: Dylan + Jeni

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Segment 1
'It's wild and feels like a piece of nature'

Anthony Mangieri's passion for the perfect pizza was awakened on a trip to Naples when he was teen. Since then, the New Jersey-born 48-year old has made tens of thousands of pizzas for fans on both coasts and sparked a cornicione revolution in NYC. After a stint in San Francisco, Mangieri is back in New York with chef-partners and a restaurant 'unlike any other in the world.'  Journalist and editor Adam Sachs finds out why.

 

Photo credit: Dylan + Jeni

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Segment 2
Menus and memoirs

If you're not familiar with Diana Henry's books, you're in for a huge treat. If you're already a fan, you'll be thrilled by the Irish writer's newest book (her 11th), How To Eat A Peach. Howie Kahn and Henry discuss her unique memoiristic approach to food writing, Seamus Heaney's poetry, and some of her new summer menus. 

 

How to Eat a Peach: Menus, Stories and Places

Book by Diana Henry

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'It's wild and feels like a piece of nature'
Menus and memoirs

DIANA HENRY & ANTHONY MANGIERI

Podcast
20 June 2018

June 2018

 

Executive Producer: Charles Finch

Producer: Elisabeth Robinson

Segment Producer: Rob Corso

 

Editor in Chief: Howie Kahn



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Episode music
Dave Brubeck, ‘Nomad’

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