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The Art of Eating
The Art of Eating

AIR DATE: November 30, 2010

Max Jacobson and John Curtas talk to Edward Behr, founder and editor of the magazine The Art of Eating. What kinds of subjects hold interest for readers of food magazines nationally?

Edward Behr, founder and Ed, The Art of Eating
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    I wonder why all the chain markets and many of the restaurants in the Las Vegas Area serve or sell Lamb from AUSTRAILA! My husband and I had a cattle ranch near Eureka Nevada and along with beef, sheep are a major livestock produced in Northern Nevada --just 300 mile north of here. Does anyone know why Austraila has such a big segment of our market here. Thought part of "good food" was that it was locally grown.
    Marion HoekengaNov 19, 2010 10:31:30 AM
    Point well taken!
    john curtasNov 20, 2010 10:27:28 AM
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