Thursday April 08, 2010
Make no mistake about it Brian Alberg's innovative comfort food derives its roots from his upbringing, which was closely connected to the land and farmers in Copake, NY. He broadened that connection through his apprenticeships in restaurants since the age of 14 and his degree from the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, NY.
Brian was a true advocate of slow food and the locavore movement way before they became "movements!" Here is the interview.
Wednesday March 31, 2010
Michael Pancheri's journey to chef at Allium Restaurant in Great Barrington, MA has its roots in his early interest in food and cooking as a child. Listen while he tells Heirloom Meals Radio about his most memorable food from childhood, Cornish Pasties. His cooking evolved with each stint he had at various restaurants including Hamersley's Bistro in Boston to wd-50 in New York City.
Michael brings all his experiences to the food he now serves at Allium with a bias toward local, in-season ingredients and a farm-to-table menu.
Monday March 29, 2010
Part 2 of the Asparagus Risotto demo. Click the photo to watch the show.
Sunday March 28, 2010
Part 1 of the Asparagus Risotto Demo. Click the photo to watch the show.