True or False: Extreme You Edition

On today’s show, we’re playing Extreme You True or False with Brian Kateman, the author of The Reducetarian Solution: How the Surprisingly Simple Act of Reducing the Amount of Meat in Your Diet Can Transform Your Health and the Planet, which goes on sale April 18th. Our subject? Sarah Robb O’Hagan, our guest from last week…

Moderating Meat, with the Reducetarian’s Brian Kateman!

Can moderation really help save the planet and ourselves? Brian Katemen of the Reducetarian Solution thinks so.

Endings #2: Curtains Up and Books Out, with Jen Glantz!

March 6th Making it look easy is the point, right? Writers, actors, and artists of all sorts tell stories about real life experiences, defending their choices, owning their truth, and leaving a trail of wisdom in their creatively-tuned path.  We see them at the climax, the triumph, the TED talk — the ENDING. But what…

Power Couples! Stacy Adimando and Steve Graf

January 23rd Stacy Adimando and Steve Graf are a testament to risking big for love whenever and wherever you find it. She was living in Brooklyn, he in Northern California. But when they met working at a food festival in Portland, Oregon, they both felt something strong enough to give a long-distance relationship a chance….

The Shepherd’s View: Fatherly Love, Land, and Loss with James Rebanks

November 7th Our relationships with our parents are fraught with complication. There is just too much — for better or for worse — that we can inherit from them. Even if they’re ceaselessly loving. Even if they’re largely absent from our lives. Even if we resist. On today’s show — the first of our five-week exploration of…

We Turn To Tarot! With Sasha Graham

October 24th We are all about using every tool out there to build our strongest selves and most loving relationships. So in this magical time of year, when the air and atmosphere are changing once again and we get ready to nestle a bit closer to the earth for the winter, how can we use…

A Dancer, An Empty Opera House, Home

The world is a big, wide, scary, mysterious, and beautiful place. As the seasons shift in New York City—green leaves turning to gold; bare arms progressively sheathed in wool; and toes, ankles, and calves hidden inch-by-inch from view—our thoughts turn to dark and eerie evenings, dripping candles, and somewhat sultry romance. It’s a time when…

Atlas Obscura: Food, Love, and Travel with Ella Morton

October 17th What are our best travel memories with romantic partners? Sexiest? Most frustrating? What part does travel play in our hopeful romantic futures? And what do our desires — highbrow, lowbrow, and everything in between — say about who we are and how we love? On today’s show, Ella Morton — co-author of ATLAS…

Living IRL and Food & The City author Ina Yalof

June 20th We’re on a food-obsessed radio station, with shows solely focused on cheese, farming, Japanese food, hospitality, food tech, school food programs… you name it. We take a slightly broader approach on Love Bites, focusing on a breadth of relationships in the food field:  between our minds and how we feed our bodies, between diners and…

Food and Books and Ladies, Oh My!

MARCH 28TH Food is sexy. Books are sexy. So a fair about food and books? Super sexy. Food is sexy. Books are sexy. So a fair about food and books? Super sexy. On this week’s show, Jacqueline and Ben go old-school Love Bites, reconnecting on their past month of insanity with Jacqueline’s dating conundrums (break-offs and…

IT’S NOT YOU! with Author Sara Eckel

  JANUARY 4TH, 2016 For our first show of the new year and to kick off our second season (!), we’re recapping what we learned about dating in 2015 and setting dating goals for the upcoming year. Then we’re joined by It’s Not You author Sara Eckel, whose book dispels 27 myths single women have thrust…

The Lady Writer’s Show

NOVEMBER 2ND, 2015 On today’s show, Jacqueline and Ben explore how putting a call out to listeners for dates has manifested in ACTUAL DATES, and the benefits of getting set up by friends. How does it work? DOES it work? What can we gain from going offline and letting friends of friends set us up?!…

Jessica Tom on her novel, FOOD WHORE…

 OCTOBER 19TH, 2015 We opened the show with a deep discussion on “Offline Dating”. When you’re so sick of online dating and love your 3-dimensional life, how do you take dating offline? Ben gave Jacqueline some stellar tips (hint, ladies: just give him your number!) that she’s going to put into good use now that she’s cancelled…

Anxiety with Author/Editor Kat Kinsman!

OCTOBER 12TH, 2015 Kat Kinsman is the Editor of Tasting Table and the author of the upcoming book – Hi, Anxiety – that’s coming out in April. She shares her own history with overcoming anxiety as a New York food writer, and hosts Jacqueline and Ben chime in with how anxiety has affected their dating…