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Larry Lipson - Correspondent from Costa Rica
Our international wine correspondent and Daily News food editor for more than 50 years reports on special finds and surprises in the world of wine.
Mike Colameco "Food Lover's Guide to New York City "
MIKE COLAMECO is the host of PBS's popular Colameco's Food Show and WOR-Radio's Food Talk. A graduate of The Culinary Institute of America, he has worked in some of New York's best restaurants, including The Four Seasons and The Ritz-Carlton, where he was the executive chef. New York City is the food capital of America. Where else can you find four-star French restaurants rubbing up against ramen noodle joints good enough to make a Japanese gourmand jealous? If you're in the mood for something—anything—New York's got it; all you have to do is find it. With this book you will, because nobody knows New York City's food like Mike Colameco. Mike uncovers the best choices from among thousands of favorite New York food locations and offers his own highly personal review of each.
Terry Walters - "Clean Food"
More than a cookbook, Clean Food is a feast for the senses that will nourish mind, body, soul…and the planet, too. With more than 200 fresh, seasonal, and tempting vegan recipes, it will help everyone eat the way the want: close to the source. From the White House kitchen to fast food restaurants, everyone’s discussing “the sustainable diet.” But what exactly does that mean? Terry Walters explains it all, and shows us how to eat seasonal, unprocessed, and locally-grown foods that are good for us and the environment. Walters’s emphasizes tastes as much as ingredients in delicious recipes that include whole grains, vegetables, legumes, sea vegetables, nuts, and seeds, and range from Crispy Chickpea Fritters to Spicy Thai Tempeh with Cashews to a vegan and sugar-free Chocolate Lover’s Tart that’s absolutely luscious! Since they’re arranged from spring to winter (with a chapter for “anytime at all”), it’s easy to find the right meals for every season of the year.Terry’s dynamic personality shines through on every page, particularly in her extensive introduction to the world of whole foods (which includes a glossary of ingredients). This is certain to be the cookbook of this and every season—the one that will help us make positive, sustainable, and yet delicious changes to the way we eat every day.
Maureen Petrosky - National Chef / Guest Judge Food Network's Iron Chef
It’s no surprise that as the school year progresses, so do the daily challenges of everyday life. From activities and games, to lessons and jobs, all families are at their busiest during the school year. What's a busy parent to do? National Chef and food expert Maureen Petrosky comes to the rescue. She will provide helpful tips for quick, easy and delicious solutions that the whole family will enjoy.
Maureen is available to discuss:
· Grocery Shopping 101: Shop Like A Pro
· Weekly Meal Planning : How To Plan Your Week
· Lunch-It’s in the Bag: Quick, Easy and Tasty Ideas
· What’s for Dinner?: Delicious Foods and Recipe Ideas
· Snacking and Desserts: Simple and Satisfying Solutions
· Beverages and Drinks: Something to satisfy everyone’s thirst
MAUREEN C. PETROSKY is a professional chef, author and Lifestyle expert. Maureen has made regular television appearances as a food and wine expert conducting segments relating to hot topics in the culinary industry. Maureen has appeared numerous times on NBC’s The TODAY Show, CNN, CNN Headline News, FOX News Channel, the Food Network, and the broadcast network affiliates across the country, representing her own projects as well as appearing as an on-air spokesperson for Better Homes and Gardens, and as a Contributing Editor for Bon Appétit magazine. Most recently Maureen has appeared as a judge for Food Network’s Iron Chef America. In addition, Maureen appears on many webisodes for different television networks and magazines and has hosted DVD series for both PBS and Cuisinart. Maureen is also featured on numerous radio programs and is the featured Wine Expert for “A Chef’s Table” on National Public Radio. Maureen authored her first solo lifestyle book, The Wine Club, A Month-by-Month Guide to Learning About Wine with Friends. The book includes her best recipes as well as wine and entertainment tips. She has contributed as a freelance writer covering food, wine, travel, and the restaurant scene for CNN Interactive, Bon Appétit, Better Homes and Gardens, Wiesner Publications, vinesugar.com, vino.com, Newcomer Magazine, an
d The Wine Report. Currently, she has a regular wine column in NJ Life Magazine and most recently has been writing for Scripps Networks Inc.’s FoodNetwork.com and FineLiving.com.
Menachem Lubinsky Pres LUBICOM Marketing/Consulting - "KOSHERFEST"
Trends emerge at Kosherfest—the #1 kosher food and beverage trade event serving the retail, foodservice, manufacturing and distribution industries. Diversified Business Communications (DBC) is a multi-national trade exhibition and publishing company based in Portland, Maine. DBC organizes dozens of trade shows around the world, including several trade shows under the Cultural Food brand, in the United States. DBC organizes All Things Organic, the International Boston Seafood Show, and Cultural Food Los Angeles including Expo Comida Latina and All Asia Food. They also produce trade-industry news media for the cultural food industry, including Kosher Today, Comida News and All Asia Food News.