45 // Astrology + Human Design for the soul with Sara Jenkins
Shine Your Sparkle
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For the first full episode of Season 3, I'm delighted to be joined by Sara Jenkins, the chef and owner behind one of my absolute favourite restaurants in New York. Detailed show notes for today's episode are at the Cheftimony website.
Nancy Harmon Jenkins is a prolific writer and speaker on global foodways. She is an expert on olive oil and Mediterranean cooking and author of numerous books on these subjects. Daughter Sara Jenkins is chef/owner of Porchetta and Porsena in New York City. The duo co-authored "The Four Seasons of Pasta." Each is working on a food project in native Maine. Wine Educator Karen MacNeil is author of bestseller, "The Wine Bible," and dispenses weekly wine intel in her newsletter, Wine Speed.This show is broadcast live on Wednesday's at 2PM ET on W4CY Radio – (www.w4cy.com) part of Talk 4 Radio (http://www.talk4radio.com/) on the Talk 4 Media Network (http://www.talk4media.com/).
The daughter of a foreign correspondent and a food writer, Sara Jenkins grew up all over the Mediterranean, eating her way through its cultures and learning to cook. She began her kitchen under with Todd English at Figs in Boston, then went on to work as a chef in Florence and in the Tuscan countryside, as well as on the Caribbean island of Nevis, before returning to the United States. In September 2008, Sara opened Porchetta, a storefront in the East Village focusing on the Italian roasted pork, typically sold as street food. Her brick and mortar Porchetta has been wildly successful, receiving a four-star review from New York Magazine. In November 2010, Sara opened Porsena, where she draws on her Tuscan and Roman childhood with a pasta-centric menu. As Mario Batali put it, “She’s one of the few chefs in America who understands Italy and how Italians eat.” Tune in to hear all about Sara’s childhood living around the world, her path to the professional kitchen, and more delectable details from her life-long relationship with Italy.
This week on The Food Seen Michael sits down with Sara Jenkins of Txikito and Alex Raij of Porchetta to discuss what it means to be an immigrant who cooks, the past and present of Italo-American cuisine, the truth or myth of our culinary ignorance in the 60s, and how cooking can be an act of love. They also recount their respective culinary histories, and what makes them want to live and work in the culinary world. This episode was sponsored by Acme Smoked Fish: a culinary mainstay in NYC for over 55 years.