Albany, NY – The libation continues as Douglas Miller teaches Joe, Julia and Alan about the finer art and science of drink mixology in this live broadcast at the CIA. While the Roundtable continues to drink up, they learn more about pairing drinks with certain foods and which ingredients make which drink. Take notes so you'll be well versed for your next cocktail party!
Albany, NY – Joe, Alan and Julia speak with Irena Chalmers about food writing. In this live broadcast at the CIA, Chalmers will not only wet your appetite but spark your intellect as well. Chalmers is a professor of writing and communications at the CIA.
Albany, NY – In this live broadcast at the CIA, Chef Eve Felder speaks with the Roundtable about women in the culinary world. Felder talks about how men have dominated the restaurant business despite the stereotype of women home makers.
Albany, NY – CIA Students speak with Joe, Julia and Alan in this live broadcast at the CIA in Hyde Park, NY. These students describe their experiences about being a student at the CIA and their passion for food and cooking.
Albany, NY – Joe, Julia and Alan speak with Chef Gianni Scappin and Maitre d'Vincenzo Lauria in this live broadcast at the CIA. Chef Gianni Scappin is a lecturing professor and Maitre d'Vincenzo Lauria teaches in the school of Italian food and wine at the CIA. They talk about customer service and more about food!
Albany, NY – Joe, Julia and Alan speak with Steven Kolpan about fine food, wine and even beer in this live broadcast at the CIA in Hyde Park, NY. Listen to Kolpan's wine and beer suggestions as the Roundtable enjoys their libation.
Stanford, CA – Women are less likely to seek careers in computer science than almost any other scientific job. A team of researchers at Stanford University is trying to determine why this is the case and what schools can do to try and improve programs to encourage more women to stay in computer sciences.