I had the pleasure of being on a great radio show in Brooklyn on Monday. The Heritage Radio Network, which operates in a container in the backyard of Roberta’s Pizza (261 Moore St. in the Bushwick section of BK), is heavy on the food programming, and I was invited by host Cathy Erway to be on her show, “Let’t Eat In.”
For those of you not familiar with Cathy, she is a dedicated foodie and author of the recent book, The Art of Eating In (Penguin Books) in which she chronicles her two years of not eating out in New York–quite a feat when you consider the endless culinary offerings of this world class food mecca. Her book actually started out as a blog, which is interesting, as my blog started out as a book, and I have been to several of the food events Cathy is involved in–including the most recent (and may I say excellent) edition of Hungry Filmmakers screenings in Manhattan. So it was cool to kick it one-on-one with her, and on one of my favorite topics–curry.
You can check out the whole 30-minute program here:
All that talking about food made us hungry, so afterwards we enjoyed a nice green salad with walnuts and camembert cheese, and beautiful thin-crust Marguerita pizza courtesy of Roberta’s, which made me think: I need to devise a spicy, curry style pizza one of these days.