Joy Y. Wang

WNYC Producer

Joy Y. Wang appears in the following:

Pick a Pepper

Friday, February 25, 2011

Chef Julian Medina advises on the uses of different types of peppercorns. Also, he shares his recipe for Hamachi Ceviche with Avocado Fries.


Sunchokes, a Sunny Reminder in Winter

Friday, February 18, 2011

Even though temperatures on Friday nearly reached 60 degrees, sustained warmth is still many weeks away. Sunchokes are a welcome addition to standard winter root vegetables like potatoes and carrots that dominate the farmers' markets. Get chef Erica Wides' recipe for "Sunchoke Veloute" here.

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Pass the Salt

Wednesday, February 09, 2011

The Meadow in the West Village offers more than 100 types of gourmet salt. Owner Mark Bitterman takes on the sodium critics and gives a brief explanation of a few basic finishing salts. Also, get his recipe for Bali Rama Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies.

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Talk to Me: Bill Callahan's Letters to Emma Bowlcut

Monday, February 07, 2011

Bill Callahan, the musician many fans know as Smog, read from his novel, Letters to Emma Bowlcut, on a recent snowy night in Brooklyn.

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Chestnuts Roasting

Friday, February 04, 2011

Chef Amy Chaplin explains the safe and effective way to cut into and roast chestnuts.

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One Fish, Two Fish, Small Fish, Bluefish

Friday, January 28, 2011

Fourth-generation fish purveyor Louis Rozzo explains why more chefs are using small oily fish like sardines and mackerel. Also, try Marea chef Jared Gadbaw's recipe for Warm Mackerel Tartletta with Salsa Cruda and Aged Balsamic.


The Secret to Sunday Sauce

Thursday, January 20, 2011

Food writer Carolyn Cope discusses canned tomatoes, the concern over B.P.A. in can liners, and what kinds of tomatoes make the best Sunday sauce. Also, try her recipe for "New Old School Tomato Sauce."


Cold-Weather Comfort

Friday, January 14, 2011

Last Chance Foods continues exploring pantry staples with chef Vikas Khanna, who talks about lentils as the ultimate comfort food. Try his recipe for khichdi, or lentils with rice.

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Long Shelf-Life Forever Foods

Friday, January 07, 2011

Last Chance Foods starts off the New Year with something completely different: "Forever Foods." columnist James Norton ventures into the depths of supermarket shelves and freezers to weigh in on microwavable sushi, Hot Pockets and more.


Last Chance Foods: What's That Smell?

Friday, December 31, 2010

Ava Chin explains why odoriforous ginkgo trees line city streets and how ginkgo nuts make for delicious seasonal eating.

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Goodness on the Half Shell, Oyster Power

Friday, December 17, 2010

Widow's Hole Oyster Company's Mike Osinski talks about why oyster size matters and why East Coast oysters taste brinier. Also, check out two recipes for cooking these infamous shellfish at home.


The Score: Concert Venue Health Inspections

Friday, December 17, 2010

With a restaurant that’s part of a larger institution like Lincoln Center or Carnegie Hall it’s easy to forget that those kitchens are also subject to rigorous inspections by the city’s health department. Here's how the big ones stack up.

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Serving for the Season: Farmer Ken Greene's Roasted Roots

Friday, December 17, 2010

Here's the last of five holiday recipes from 2010 Last Chance Foods guests.


Serving for the Season: The Lee Brothers' Spiced Pecans

Thursday, December 16, 2010

Here's the fourth of five holiday recipes from 2010 Last Chance Foods guests.

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Serving for the Season: Amy Chaplin's Warm Farro Salad and Spicy Toasted Pumpkin Seeds

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Here's the third of five holiday recipes from 2010 Last Chance Foods guests.


Serving for the Season: Annie Novak's Kale and Stained Glass Potato Chips

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

For the second of five holiday-oriented recipes from 2010 Last Chance Foods guests, farmer Annie Novak shares some kid-friendly recipes.


Serving for the Season: Farmer Lee Jones' Salad

Monday, December 13, 2010

Last Chance Foods asked five guests from 2010 to share the recipes they'll be serving to their families over the holidays.


The Northeast Breadbasket

Friday, December 10, 2010

New York City farmers markets are hoping to reinvigorate grain growing in the Northeast by requiring bakers to incorporate locally-produced wheat flour in their baked goods. Try our recipe for Creamy Emmer Salad with Shaved Fennel, Beets and Radishes here.

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Last Chance Foods: Sweet and Savory Thanksgiving Pie

Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Seasonal Pie Experts Nate Smith and Emily Elsen share their tips for making the perfect apple pie. Plus, try out the recipe they devised just for WNYC: "Thanksgiving Leftovers Pie."


Hunting for Thanksgiving

Thursday, November 18, 2010

Field & Stream Editor Anthony Licata explains how wild turkey tastes different from the usual store-bought variety. Get our "Grilled Backstrap With Deer Rub" recipe here, and check out WNYC's video of Licata talking about hunting—and eating—squirrel.

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