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  1. How A Driven Entrepreneur Made Tetris A Huge Hit – With Henk Rogers

    When I asked Henk Rogers how he made Tetris a hit, he said "crazy persistence." If you listen to this program, you’ll hear how his persistence kept helping him overcome obstacles that would have made others quit.

    Henk didn’t invent Tetris, but he’s the entrepreneur who went into the Soviet Union to win the rights to the game, and he’s the man who made it a world-wide phenomenon that’s still going strong, even though the game was invented back in 1984.

    http://mixergy.com/tetris-henk-rogers/

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  2. Italian Food by Elizabeth David

    The daily reading from James Bridle’s Mattins on Monday, February 1st, 2010.

    From http://mattins.shorttermmemoryloss.com/

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  3. SXSW - The Secrets of Successful Food Blogging

    http://www.nosetotailathome.com/2009/03/south-by-southwest-the-secrets-of-successful-food-blogging/

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  4. Crimes Against Food: Breakfast

    We’re all guilty of committing crimes against food from time to time. In this show Gloria and Mia take a look at some of the worst things people do to food. (http://www.simplysyndicated.com/shows/crimesagainstfood/)

    Featured on episode 85 of Forgotten Classics.

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    Tagged with food cooking

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  5. Kitchen Hack Lab: Interactive Food Disassembly

    Open source recipe development vs. secret restaurant techniques, hacked hardware vs. expensive science toys. Food hacking is the redheaded stepchild of molecular gastronomy. With audience participation, there will be some weird cooking, documenting of tasting notes on the wiki, a demonstration of current culinary exploits with kitchen appliance hacks, and an introduction of some recent food hacking ventures including hack lab tours and some dope culinary software.

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  6. Cooking for Geeks: Science, Hacks, & Good Food

    Cooking for Geeks covers a new way of looking at how to cook for the hacker, maker, and creative person. By bringing science and experimentation into the kitchen, this panel will show how to create better food and new experiences at the dinner table.

    From http://sxsw.com/node/4756

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  7. BBQ and Wine

    From http://www.graperadio.com/

    When people think of BBQ, or smoked meats, or even backyard grilling, the thought of pairing the food with wine is understandably not the first thing to cross their minds. Given the various kinds of wood available to cook or smoke the food, as well as many types of sauces and rubs used to prepare the food, it would seem to be a daunting task to find a wine that would pair well with the final dishes. A few obvious wines probably come to mind: Zinfandel, Syrah, Grenache or Mourvedre. But, likely as not, many people will not even try to find a match, preferring to roll out the beer instead. Well, it really doesn’t have to be that way. You just might be able to have your “Que,” and your wine too!

    Join us as we talk with Craig Adcock, of Overland Park, Kansas’ Bellyup Bar-B-Que, about all that flavorful food, and the wines that will indeed match up to the task.

    To find out more information:

    Bellyup Bar-B-Que: www.bellyupbbq.com

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  8. Stir It Up

    Food podcast with a segment on rhubarb and an interview with Maki from Just Bento and Just Hungry.

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    Tagged with food cooking

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  9. Nanotech in Food

    From sciencemag.org: Chocolate shakes with nano-silica. Low-fat, full-flavored mayonnaise. What are the benefits and risks of using nanotechnology in food? The Science podcast examines the issue.

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  10. Nom Nom Nom - the Secrets of Successful Food Blogging (SXSW09 podcast)

    Audio recording of SXSW ‘09 food blogging panel.

    What does it take to build a successful food blog? From niche single-food specific blogs like Cupcakes Take the Cake to broader blogs like Midtown Lunch, we’ll share the secrets of making readers hungry for more and attracting press and advertisers.

    • Zach Brooks - Owner, Midtown Lunch
    • Rachel Bussel - Freelance
    • Cathy Erway - Not Eating Out in New York
    • Kalyn Denny - Blogger, Kalyn’s Kitchen
    • Addie Broyles - Food Writer, Austin American-Statesman

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