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The show is especially interesting if you live in the New York and Long Island area. The format of the show follows an interesting organization. There are four main parts to the show. In the introduction, she often provides and update on what is happening in her world. She then moves on to provide a vegan or vegetarian recipe--often using seasonal local ingredients. She also provides a calendar of events of major food related events happening in the area. However, the main part of the show is an in-depth interview with guests--often some heavy hitters in the food and sustainability field. For example, on her last show she interviewed two-time Chopped winner, Marc Anthony Bynum, who is opening up a new restaurant, called Hush Bistro, in Farmingdale New York this year. The restaurant will have a strong focus on local Long Island foods.
I'll be on the show this coming Thursday to talk about sustainability, the upcoming People's Climate March, and the Long Island Food Conference we are helping to organize for this spring. Listen in!