Peter Reinhart is lay brother in an Eastern Orthodox Christian service order and the leader of the American artisanal bread movement.
Mimi Sheraton, a travel writer, went to the Polish town of Bialystock to find the origins of her favorite childhood bread - the bialy.
Andreas Viestad tells Jim Fleming about his adventures cooking outdoors across Norway.
Anthony Bourdain, executive chef at Brasseire Les Halles in Manhattan, tells us some restaurant secrets.
Aaron Sanchez is a chef on the Food Network's hit show, Melting Pot. He talks about salsa.
Odessa Piper, founder and chef of L'Etoile, tells Anne how she cooks exclusively with local foods, even in the middle of winter.
Pat Willard is the author of Secrets of Saffron: The Vagabond Life of the World's Most Seductive Herb.
James McNair has written more than 40 cookbooks, including Burger. Anne asks James how to build a better burger.
Steve Almond is the author of Candy Freak: A Journey Through the Chocolate Underbelly of America.
Chris Kilham is the author of Psyche Delicacies-Chocolate, Chiles, Kava and Cannabis and Why They're Good for You.
Steven Kaplan is a bread historian who explains how he gets away with criticizing the French baguette.
Julia Alvarez talks about being a coffee farmer and a writer in the Dominican Republic.
Timothy James Castle tells Jim Fleming how he brews the perfect cup of coffee.
Chef and food writer Deborah Madison talks with Anne about shopping at farmer's markets. She says slowing down for food is one of the best ways to bring pleasure back into your life.
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