Chef Mark featured in Time Out New York Magazine!
I'm thrilled to have been mentioned as one of four notable New York based food podcasts on page 27 of the Feb. 2-8 issue of Time Out New York!
The latest way to get your local food news and reviews: gastronomic podcasts
Ever wonder what the guy on the subway is nodding to on his iPod? Could be hip-hop, but then again, he might be listening to a cooking show. Yes, gastronomic podcasting—a sub-genre of downloadable radio shows—has arrived. Websites like www.podcastalley.com point to all kinds of “food and drink” programming and list the contents of every episode. You can download the shows you’re interested in to your hard drive or use iTunes to locate and subscribe to the ones you like; there are thousands and most are free. We found four local, noteworthy programs whose production values are as varied as their audiences (the hosts claim between 1,000 and 90,000 regular listeners, though it’s hard to quantify such a thing). Bon appetit."
—Wendy G. Ramunno
Manhattan-based actor-turned-personal-chef Mark Tafoya combines his two greatest loves, food and performing, in his weekly show that usually runs about a half hour. His episodes have an unpredictable, New Agey vibe: One week it’s an in-depth interview with his neighborhood Greenmarket manager, another week it’s a discussion of Michelin stars or his favorite recipe for broiled salmon."
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