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Happy Holidays from Edible Brooklyn!

At this time of year, we like to quote our good friend Jimmy Carbone, the owner of Jimmy’s 43 over in Manhattan and a co-host of Beer Sessions on Brooklyn’s Heritage Radio Network. (Note that his East Village bar will be hosting a Christmas Day feast featuring kale salad with hazelnuts, apple and black pepper cider vinaigrette, onion thyme bread pudding, toasted prime rib with wild mushroom jus and shaved horseradish, rosemary maple glazed ham, skillet bread, caramelized honey turnips and spiced pear cake and will be hosted by the owners of Green Flash Brewing, should you have no place to be on Sunday.) As the good man says: “Merry Merry, Happy Happy.” To you and yours this holiday weekend!

Tune in to Heritage at 6 p.m. Today to Hear Brewed Awakening Author Joshua Bernstein Take on These Questions

It’s Monday, so that means it’s time for The Matt & Rachel Show at 6 p.m. on Heritage Radio Network. Today’s guest on our trivia-centric game show is Joshua Bernstein, the author of the brand-new book of craft beer called Brewed Awakening and a frequent contributor to Edible Brooklyn. Listen up to hear him talk about current brewing trends and learn the answers to pressing beer-centric queries such as….

This Week on HeritageRadioNetwork.Com

Today at 3 p.m. on The Food Seen on HeritageRadioNetwork.com catch our photo editor Michael Harlan Turkell interviewing the owners of Brooklyn gastropub Thistle Hill Tavern. Meanwhile, on episode 3 of HeritageRadio’s Matt & Rachel Show, our deputy editor and her co-host Matt Timms talk about cows with windows in their bellies, Plumpy’ Nut, why beans weren’t taken on Western cattle trails and The Columbian Exchange.