Food is one of the most enduring of the arts - everyone eats and if you've ever put a piece of parsley on steak or a birthday candle on a cake, you've added style! Today, we'll talk to artists, writers and chefs about the art of food. New Yorker
writer Adam Gopnik discusses cooking and writing. Christopher Hirsheimer recalls the food styling revolution of the eighties while Chris Styler tells you how to put style on your own plate at home. Plus, learn how to be an improvisational cook and our nutritionist weighs in on some nutritional myths. [Broadcast Date: February 28, 2008]
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