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WINE GIRL by Victoria James, read by Victoria James Victoria James narrates her inside account of her remarkable rise to prominence as a sommelier in New York’s fine dining world. Host Jo Reed and AudioFile contributor Alan Minskoff discuss how James became the youngest sommelier in the U.S. at age 21, and her earnest and persuasive narration as she tells her story. Despite exploitation, harassment, and abuse, she perseveres and prevails, all while giving listeners an inside peek at the world of fine dining. Published by Harper AudioFind more audiobook recommendations at audiofilemagazine.comSupport for Behind the Mic comes from Dreamscape Media, your library-first publisher who prides themselves on offering high-quality and accessible entertainment for the entire family. Dreamscape is passionate about their content and continually strives for excellence. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Going Locavore - Michael Pollan, Oran Hesterman, James Ella James, and Victoria Carter| Bioneers 25th Anniversary Greatest Hits Series (2014) Our misbegotten food system is one of our greatest vulnerabilities. It's dangerously fossil fueled, toxic, monocultural and centralized. The real cost of cheap food is very high — to both people and planet. Urban food innovators are designing vibrant new local food economies built on environmental and ecological integrity, sustainability, diversity and equality. Join author Michael Pollan, Fair Food Foundation CEO Oran Hesterman, faith-based change-maker James Ella James and student leader Victoria Carter for a smorgasbord of nourishing morsels from the emerging locavore movement.
Going Locavore: Urban Food Innovation and Community Transformation - Michael Pollan, Oran Hesterman, James Ella James and Victoria Carter | Bioneers Radio Series X (2010) Our misbegotten industrial food system is one of our greatest vulnerabilities. Its dangerously fossil-fueled, toxic, monocultural and centralized. The real cost of cheap food is very high to both people and planet. Urban food innovators are designing vibrant new local food economies built on environmental and ecological integrity, sustainability, diversity and equity. Join author Michael Pollan, Fair Food Foundation CEO Oran Hesterman, faith-based change-maker James Ella James and student leader Victoria Carter for a smorgasbord of nourishing morsels from the emerging locavore movement.
Going Locavore: Urban Food Innovation and Community Transformation - Michael Pollan, James Ella James and Victoria Carter | Bioneers Radio Series X (2010) Our misbegotten industrial food system is one of our greatest vulnerabilities. It's dangerously fossil-fueled, toxic, monocultural and centralized. The real cost of cheap food is very high to both people and planet. Urban food innovators are designing vibrant new local food economies built on environmental and ecological integrity, sustalnability, diversity and equity. Join author Michael Pollan, Fair Food Foundation CEO Oran Hesterman, faith-based change-maker James Ella James and student leader Victoria Carter for a smorgasbord of nourishing morsels from the emerging locavore movement.
Going Locavore: Urban Food Innovation and Community Transformation - Michael Pollan, Oran Hesterman, James Ella James and Victoria Carter | Bioneers Radio Series X (2010) Our misbegotten industrial food system is one of our greatest vulnerabilities. Its dangerously fossil-fueled, toxic, monocultural and centralized. The real cost of cheap food is very high to both people and planet. Urban food innovators are designing vibrant new local food economies built on environmental and ecological integrity, sustainability, diversity and equity. Join author Michael Pollan, Fair Food Foundation CEO Oran Hesterman, faith-based change-maker James Ella James and student leader Victoria Carter for a smorgasbord of nourishing morsels from the emerging locavore movement.
Going Locavore: Urban Food Innovation and Community Transformation - Michael Pollan, James Ella James and Victoria Carter | Bioneers Radio Series X (2010) Our misbegotten industrial food system is one of our greatest vulnerabilities. It's dangerously fossil-fueled, toxic, monocultural and centralized. The real cost of cheap food is very high to both people and planet. Urban food innovators are designing vibrant new local food economies built on environmental and ecological integrity, sustalnability, diversity and equity. Join author Michael Pollan, Fair Food Foundation CEO Oran Hesterman, faith-based change-maker James Ella James and student leader Victoria Carter for a smorgasbord of nourishing morsels from the emerging locavore movement.
Going Locavore - Michael Pollan, Oran Hesterman, James Ella James, and Victoria Carter| Bioneers 25th Anniversary Greatest Hits Series (2014) Our misbegotten food system is one of our greatest vulnerabilities. It's dangerously fossil fueled, toxic, monocultural and centralized. The real cost of cheap food is very high — to both people and planet. Urban food innovators are designing vibrant new local food economies built on environmental and ecological integrity, sustainability, diversity and equality. Join author Michael Pollan, Fair Food Foundation CEO Oran Hesterman, faith-based change-maker James Ella James and student leader Victoria Carter for a smorgasbord of nourishing morsels from the emerging locavore movement.
IDTT Wine 421: Sommelier Victoria James is a Rosé Believer Victoria James is the Wine Director of Piora restaurant, in New York City's West Village, and the co-author of "Drink Pink: A Celebration of Rosé."Victoria discusses her shift from diner waitress to fine dining sommelier, and opens up about the process of co-authoring a book with a new boyfriend. This episode will take you to all sorts of unexpected places, including Piemonte's Saluzzo, a lunch table in Provence, into a legendary Lower Manhattan wine cellar, and ringside for a knife fight at a Greek diner.
From “Wine Girl” to Wine Mogul: How Victoria James Overcame The Odds and Became A Hospitality Rock Star! MJ’s guest today is Author, Sommelier and Restaurateur, Victoria James. As the Beverage Director and Partner at COTE in New York City and Miami, she recently received a second James Beard nomination for "Outstanding Wine Program." Victoria has worked in restaurants since she was thir­teen, falling in love with wine so much that at age twenty-one she became certified as a Sommelier. She has worked at some of the most prestigious restaurants in NYC including Marea and Aureole. Victoria’s name has appeared in Forbes "30 Under 30," Food & Wine's "2018 Sommelier of the Year," Zagat’s “30 Under 30,” Wine Enthusiast’s “40 Under 40,” Wine & Spirits’ “Best New Sommeliers,” and The Back Label declared her “New York’s Youngest Sommelier.” Victoria, along with her husband Lyle Railsback, is the author of Drink Pink, A Celebration of Rosé (HarperCollins) and the international bestseller Wine Girl, The Obstacles, Humiliations, and Triumphs of America's Youngest Sommelier (Ecco/HarperCollins). Along with COTE’s General Manager Amy Zhou and HR Director Cynthia Cheng, she founded Wine Empowered, a non-profit that aims to diversify the hospitality industry by offering tuition-free wine classes to women and minorities. In this episode, MJ and Victoria discuss Rose’, sexism and racism in the restaurant industry, working with Anthony Bourdain’s book editor (her dream editor), first job and life - and all the ups and downs that come along with it. Beauties and Gents, this is a full-bodied episode! Pour your favorite and let’s get started.A huge thank you to Victoria James!Follow her on IG @victoria___jamesCheck out Wine Empowered: https://www.wine-empowered.comFollow them on IG @wineempowere This episode’s in studio wines:Camins2Dreams Gruner VeltlinerSta. Rita HillsCalifornia_______________________________________________________________Until next time, cheers to the mavericks, philosophers, deep thinkers and wine drinkers! Don’t forget to subscribe and be sure to give The Black Wine Guy Experience a five-star review on whichever platform you listen to.For insider info from MJ and exclusive content from the show sign up at Blackwineguy.comFollow MJ @blackwineguy Thank you to our sponsor Acker Wines! Listeners of the show will receive $25 off purchases of $100 or more with code BWG25 at checkout. (Retail store only) Love this podcast? Love the cool content? Get a producer like mine by reaching out to the badass team at Necessary Media. www.necessarymediaproductions.com@necessary_media_ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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