Writer and Director Nora Ephron, author of the best-seller I Feel Bad About My Neck
, joins us this week with observations on life and the American food scene, including a provocative take on how the duo of the birth control pill and how Julia Child shaped the social history of the late 20th Century. Next, the Sterns report that the endangered chicken in a pot bubbles proud and free at the Chutzpah in Fairfax, Virginia. Then, Sally Schneider, author of The Improvisational Cook
, has her usual effortless take on great hors d'oeuvres, including her recipe for Pancetta Tartines. After, it's gifts for wine geeks from a master geek himself, The Wine Spectator
's Matt Kramer. His latest book is Matt Kramer's Making Sense of Italian Wine
. Then, Fred Plotkin, our pleasure activist and author of Italy for the Gourmet Traveller
, talks Vienna, the perfect winter destination, and lines up the must-do coffeehouses. Finally, we'll take a look at the new nanny nutrition dilemma and, as always, Lynne takes your calls. [Broadcast Date: December 15, 2006]
Also hear I Feel Bad About My Neck: And Other Thoughts On Being A Woman by Nora Ephron.
Then go to Making Sense of Wine by Matt Kramer .
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