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Food Talk
Food Talk

AIR DATE: May 3, 2011

It's a preview of the Las Vegas Food and Wine Festival. Max Jacobson and Al Mancini talk to Adam Rapaport, the new editor-in-chief of Bon Apetit magazine.  Then Bellagio wine director Jason Smith previews a Festival wine event (and explains how to discern great wines from merely good ones).  Then learn how  to "Create a Change Now" is working to help kids eat better in the Clark County School District through the growing of food in school gardens. Al and Max talk to Candace Madden of Create a Change Now and Thomas Trevethen, executive pastry chef at the Cosmopolitan.

Adam Rapaport, Editor-in-chief, Bon Apetit magazine
Jason Smith, Wine Dir, Bellagio
Candace Madden,  Create a Change Now
Thomas Trevethen, Exec Pastry Chef, Cosmopolitan

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