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Comedians Ali Hassan & Marco Timpano talk about food and drink!
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Eat & Drin‪k‬ Marco Timpano & Ali Hassan

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Comedians Ali Hassan & Marco Timpano talk about food and drink!
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    77. Sazerac & Fenugreek

    77. Sazerac & Fenugreek

    Eat & Drink with Ali Hassan & Marco Timpano
    Comedians Ali Hassan & Marco Timpano, discuss, lament & come to terms with Food & Drink. They bring over a quarter century of restaurant experience to the podcast table.
    Today's episode Marco and Ali celebrate all things Honey!
    Join us on February 20th on the Virtual cooking class: Relish Cooking Studio
    Today's episode Marco makes the drink of New Orleans The Sazerac and thanks to one of our listeners Ali talks Fenugreek!

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    • 43 min
    Mini 40: Food Journaling

    Mini 40: Food Journaling

    Eat and Drink is coming at you during this pandemic, with food and drink and mini episodes.
    On today's podcast episode we discuss Food Journaling.
    What value is in it? How have Marco and Ali faired in the world of the Food Journal?

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    • 23 min
    Wine Part 2 with special guest: Loreto Grimaldi

    Wine Part 2 with special guest: Loreto Grimaldi

    In this episode: Ali & Marco welcome back Loreto Grimaldi
    Our wine expert Loreto is back, and he informs us on how Covid is effecting the wine industry, gives us a history lesson with the "buchetto del vino" and then he picks his 5 Essential Wines to have in your home. Marco get's schooled on his regions of Italy and Ali and Loreto commiserate on being dry for January.

    Vista Mare by GajaBlack to white by ZymeJackass Hill by Martinelli Montepulciano d'Abruzzo by ZaccagniniFranciacorta
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    • 51 min
    76. The Honey Episode

    76. The Honey Episode

    Eat & Drink with Ali Hassan & Marco Timpano
    Comedians Ali Hassan & Marco Timpano, discuss, lament & come to terms with Food & Drink. They bring over a quarter century of restaurant experience to the podcast table.
    Today's episode Marco and Ali celebrate all things Honey!
    Join us on February 20th on the Virtual cooking class: Relish Cooking Studio
    Bee's Knees Cocktail:
    Ingredients:
    2 oz Gin1 oz. Lemon juice1/2 to 3/4 oz honey syrupGarnish: Lemon twist. Directions:
    Add Gin, Lemon juice & Honey Syrup into a shaker.Shake the Beejezuz out of it.Strain into a cocktail glass (coupe or martini will do).Add Lemon twist as a lovely garnish sit back, knees up and slam that perfect cocktail back.
    HONEY CHIPOTLE TURKEY MEATBALLS - inspired by the Queen herself (Martha Stewart)
    1 1/2 pounds ground turkey
    1/2 onion, diced finely
    4 garlic cloves, minced and then smashed
    1/2 teaspoon fine salt
    1 tablespoon fresh thyme
    1 tsp cumin seeds
    1/2 tsp crushed coriander seeds
    Fresh cilantro - 3 tbsp of minced stems, saving leaves for garnish
    2 1/2 tablespoons honey
    2 - 3 tablespoons chopped chipotle chiles in adobo sauce, depending on your tolerance for heat
    2 teaspoons apple cider vinegar
    1 tablespoon extra-virgin olive oil

    Preheat oven to 375 degrees. In a medium bowl, mix together turkey, onion, garlic, salt, spices and herbs. Combine but do not overmix. Form into 16 meatballs. In a small bowl, stir together honey, chiles, and vinegar.In a large ovenproof skillet, heat olive oil over medium. Add meatballs and cook until browned on all sides, 10 to 12 minutes. Transfer skillet to oven and bake 5 minutes. Remove from oven, pour honey mixture over meatballs, and swirl skillet to coat; bake until liquid is reduced and meatballs are glazed, 5 minutes, swirling halfway through.
    These meatballs are now ready to join their soulmate: your mouth. However, they can be accompanied by a 3rd wheel like roasted potatoes, roasted vegetables, mashed potatoes, mashed turnips, rice pilaf...or stuffed into a submarine-style bun as a sandwich. THE WORLD IS YOURS!


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    • 46 min
    Mini 39: Leftovers

    Mini 39: Leftovers

    Eat and Drink is coming at you during this pandemic, with food and drink and mini episodes.
    On today's podcast episode we discuss Leftovers. Seems like the perfect podcast episode after the holidays. What's in your fridge? What can you turn it into? Listen and find out.

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    • 28 min
    75. New Year's Eve Episode

    75. New Year's Eve Episode

    HAPPY NEW YEAR!
    Eat & Drink with Ali Hassan & Marco Timpano
    Comedians Ali Hassan & Marco Timpano, discuss, lament & come to terms with Food & Drink. They bring over a quarter century of restaurant experience to the podcast table.
    Today's episode Marco and Ali celebrate the inelegance of New Year's Eve with a How to open Champagne guide and a How to get every morsel out of your Lobster! You don't want to miss this episode!
    CHAMPAGNE RULES
    Opening a bottle of champagne is not meant to look elegant it should look like you are wrestling a shark.
    It’s not elegantYou need to be in controlBlock out the world — it’s you and the shark.Don’t be afraid.
    HOW TO OPEN a bottle of champagne.

    Make Sure the Bottle Is Chilled —Have a glass nearby.Remove the foil don’t be dainty about this.6 half turns to remove the cage. (many say keep the cage on the cork and then ) Once the cage is off all bets are off.Do not point the thing at people or at your chandellerKeep pressure on the cork to keep it from popping out prematurely. …Keep your thumb on the top and make a fist around the bottle.Keep it at a 45 degree angleTwist the bottle—not the cork.Your goal is a Gentle hiss or whoosh, not a pop.Pour slowly and return to each glass. 
    Here are a few cocktails for those of us who don't love Champagne but want to add some Sparkle to our Festivities or lack of them this year:

    Amaretto Fizz
    1.5 oz Amaretto
    2 oz orange juice
    add your sparkling wine
    strips orange zest
    Directions
    Simply Mix your Amaretto, orange juice and sparkling wine. Add a strip orange zest to each glass, and start drinking. Easy Peasy no lemon squeeze in this one.
    Clementine Martini
    Be warned this recipe is for 2 people and may not fit in your standard champagne flute!
    •juice some clementines I'd say one per drink
    •4 oz vodka
    •4 oz Cointreau
    •4 oz Cava or Champagne or Prosecco, well chilled
    Add these things together in a glass, make sure to slowly add your sparkling wine in last. Don't shake, give it a stir and there you go.
    SILVER FIZZ COCKTAIL
    Makes 2 drinks also
    Think of the Paloma when you are making this one.
    1 pink grapefruit juice
    2 oz vodka
    1 serving Prosecco,
    Remove 2 strips of zest from the grapefruit; juice the grapefruit (you should have about 4 ounces juice). Divide the vodka and grapefruit juice between 2 champagne flutes. Top off with prosecco. Garnish with the zest.
    Red wine Champagne
    Any fruit, mandarin, 
    Berries work nice here too
    Red table wine (CHILLED if possible) it can be what is left in the bottle from a previous nights drink.
    some sparkling water or seltzer, chilled
    Add half oz of grandmarnier, triple sec or cointreau
    Fill the bottom of large wine glasses with a mixture of the fruit. Pour wine in to cover and let stand 10 minutes. Top glasses with seltzer when you are ready to serve. Technically this is more of a New Year's Sangria but call it what you like.



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    • 53 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
17 Ratings

17 Ratings

laureltbay ,

Amazing ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

This pod is so entertaining and they always choose drinks/food that are next level but uncomplicated. WARNING: you will be tempted to immediately go out and purchase a bartenders kit, Moka coffee maker, bitters you’ve never heard of and new things from the international food aisle. 😜

MasonJar3 ,

GREAT POD

This is the kind of podcast you are glad they have so many episodes because I have been devouring them (punn intended). The cocktails are fantastic, Marco & Ali's interplay is so great and the last segment, I look forward to every single time!

Nessie268 ,

Entertaining!

Marco and Ali are great together, lots of witty banter while sharing their knowledge and obvious enjoyment of food and drink. Love that it’s also fresh and funny every time!

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