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02 July 2010

The Sounds of Food

Hey Everyone, my good friend Brendan and his family and friends are going to be putting on an all day food-themed radio show and pot luck tomorrow. You can tune in at the station website. I contributed a couple of items including a gumshoe detective story (The Case of the Red Herring) which Megan and I co-wrote. Below is the full schedule - hope you'll all join in!


BIG POTLUCK MARATHON FOOD RADIO DAY!

THIS IS HAPPENING TOMORROW! Here is what, where, and why is happening.
At an independent radio station in Washington Heights, New York, NY known as Washington Heights Free Radio.
On Saturday, the 3rd of July, 2010, in the year of the Tiger, from 9am to 6pm, Eastern Standard Time.
You will hear people just like you, hard working people, smart people, performing:
Radio Plays
Live Eating
Music
Live Cooking
Poetry
Live Eating
Competitive Cooking
Singing
Live Foraging
More Eating

And believe it or not, you're all invited.


Here is the menu*
9am is Breakfast
-- "Conquering French Omelletes" cooked by Explorers of the Culinary Unknown
-- "Des-AH-U-Knoooooooow" a poem written by Blanka Amezkua, performed by The Food Radio Society
-- "Meat" a poem by Jeremy Trombley, performed by Jeremy Trombley
-- "Caroline on the Forage" Live call in from Caroline Woolard at the Public School forage in Prospect Park, led by Ava Chin
- Additional entertainment undecided
-- "Wild Game" by Richard Newman, found by Kate McMullan, read by Emmett McMullan?
10am is 2nd Breakfast
-- "Conquering Apple Fritters, Mystery Fritters and Donuts" cooked by Explorers of the Culinary Unknown
-- "The 50lb. Cereal Box" written and performed by The Athena Theatre Company
-- "Caroline on the Forage" Live call in from Caroline Woolard at the Public School forage in Prospect Park, led by Ava Chin
-- "Bronze Chef" Starring Bronze Chef Challengers Andrew McMullan and Aimee Lutkin
-- Additional entertainment undecided
11am is Elevensies
-- "Conquering Melon Sorbet, served in Fresh Cut Melon Bowls," prepared by Explorers of the Culinary Unknown
-- "Cooking in the Mountains" With Sherry Mandin.
-- "Caroline on the Forage" Live call in from Caroline Woolard at the Public School forage in Prospect Park, led by Ava Chin
-- "Bronze Chef" Starring Bronze Chef Challengers Andrew McMullan and Aimee Lutkin
-- Additional entertainment undecided
12pm is Brunch
-- "Conquering Fresh Ceviche Tacos" cooked by Explorers of the Culinary Unknown
-- "On Bread Alone" a story written and performed by Kevin Carter
-- "Alien Food" produced by Katie and Jesse Herzog
-- Additional entertainment undecided
1pm is Lunch
-- "Okroshka," a light, cold, summer soup. Cooked by Colin McMullan and The Food Radio Society
-- "My Nachos" Written and performed by Andrew McMullan with Jason McMullan as Daniel Booth as Clarance
-- "Pressure Cooker Love" Written by Brendan McMullan and performed by Aimee Lutkin and Emmett McMullan and The Food Radio Society
-- Additional entertainment undecided
2pm is Snack Time
-- Bruschetta with homemade Mozzarella prepared by The Food Radio Society
-- Too Big To Fail will perform live during snack time
-- Additional entertainment undecided
3pm is Dinner
-- Chicken and Sausage Gumbo cooked by Christine Wang and The Food Radio Society
-- "My Life is Like a Salad" by Sharon Mashihi
-- "The Case of The Red Herring," written by Jeremy Trombley and Megan "to the" MAKSimowicz, Performed by Dan Field, Christine Wang, and The Food Radio Society
-- "Feeding" written by Dan Field with excerpts by Antonin Artaud. Performed by Dan Field and a Mystery Performer
-- Additional entertainment undecided
4pm is Tea Time
-- "Tea, Crumpets, Scones, Jam, Clotted Cream" prepared by The Food Radio Society
-- "Julia Rich Sings" performed by Julia Rich
-- "Kyle Guarco Shows Us How To Eat" A body builder's diet and sundry other things performed by Kyle Guarco
-- Additional entertainment undecided
5pm is Supper
-- "Southern Style BBQ Ribs with Homemade BBQ Sauce" prepared by The Food Radio Society
-- "Seamus Plays Banjo" performed by Seamus McMullan
-- “Ode to an Orange” written and performed by Emmett McMullan
-- Additional entertainment undecided
5:30pm is Dessert
-- "Peach and Sorrel Pie" prepared by The Food Radio Society
-- "Iles Flotantes" or "Floating Islands" a fabulous french peasant dish fit for a king prepared by The Food Radio Society
-- Additional entertainment undecided

By 6pm we will be thoroughly tired of food. and unless you've been eating with us, you'll be very hungry.
Anyone is welcome to come and help us cook and eat and perform throughout the day.
Anyone can listen at whfr.org, just click the ON AIR sign sometime between,
9am and 6pm Eastern Standard Time.

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