Wit and Wisdom about Wine – Season 2, Episode 5: In this spirited toast to the science of wine, Neil deGrasse Tyson and co-host comedian Lynne Koplitz discuss the history of wine production and the technology that will change wine in the future. Also, the physics of champagne bottles and glasses, the hazards of serving wine to astronauts, and biodynamic vineyards. With Wine Jedi Jennifer Simonetti-Bryan and comedian Brian Malow. (Image credit: Jon Sullivan.) (Click picture to hear show)
The perfect dinner party! By the way...the tall glass had Cabernet in it. But I drank it all ;)
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Part 2 of interview with celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain is all about cooking and eating, from the experimental techniques of molecular cooking and more. Anthony explains how to avoid getting food-sick in exotic locales and why he’ll never again drink cobra blood out of a snake’s still-beating heart. NYU Nutrition Professor Marion Nestle tells how to avoid food-borne illnesses here at home, and co-host Eugene Mirman shares his advice for curing viruses and the common cold.
"For those who may ask what they can do to honor Neil, we have a simple request. Honor his example of service, accomplishment and modesty, and the next time you walk outside on a clear night and see the moon smiling down at you, think of Neil Armstrong and give him a wink."
The Salt of the Earth (Part 2): Dietitians warn us to limit our consumption of sodium-rich foods, but just how many ways does salt season our lives? Neil dishes with Mark Kurlansky, author of “Salt: A World History,” about the dirty secrets of salt in our food. Neil and co-host Eugene Mirman savor some other connections between salt and biology, from the origin of life on Earth to the possibility of life swimming in the salty ocean on Jupiter’s moon Europa. (Click picture to hear show)