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Eat to the Beat: The Recipe Project

Monday, November 21, 2011

Brooklyn band One Ring Zero’s latest endeavor, called “The Recipe Project,” takes singing for your supper to a whole new level. Band leader Michael Hearst and Post Punk Kitchen founder Isa Chandra Moskowitz join us to talk about putting full recipes to song – and their musical preferences in the kitchen.

What do you like to listen to while you're whipping up a meal in the kitchen? Leave a comment below.

Guests:

Michael Hearst and Isa Chandra Moskowitz

Comments [16]

postell from do or die, bed-stuy, brooklyn, ny

from Postell

besides the great Stones song 'Brown Sugar' was D'Angelo's 'Brown Sugar' in which he uses brown sugar as a metaphore for a woman that you explicitly find out is actually a metaphore for 'getting high off the love' for weed. pretty brilliant at the time, especially in R & B. i always wished he'd had a lyric about getting the munchies in the song. maybe for the remix...

Nov. 22 2011 02:31 PM
Peter Ferko from Brooklyn

favorite candy song:
"Candy" by Illinois Jacquette

Nov. 22 2011 02:18 PM
Jaime Viñas from TriBeCa

Not related to recipes, but I still love Cibo Matto's 'Viva La Woman'... it has great lines relating to food:
"extra sugar, extra salt, extra oil and MSG... shut up and learn to eat"

Nov. 21 2011 02:28 PM
Kitten from NJ

There is no better music to listen to while cooking than Jonathan Schwartz's Sunday show. I always keep the radio on to his show when cooking a Sunday meal. A glass of red wine, the smell of garlic and onions in the air, and the Great American Songbook on the radio. What could be better?

Nov. 21 2011 02:25 PM
Sydney B. from NYC

Also, "Christmas Wrapping" by The Waitresses is inspiring for holiday grocery shopping.

Nov. 21 2011 02:25 PM
gina from Rhinebeck

I think of family and friends when cooking so always lean towards songs that you can sing to, tell a story, folkie/country...Iris Dement,Shannon McNally, things like that. Happy Thanksgiving

Nov. 21 2011 02:17 PM
Alexander from New York City

Have you seen childrens' video done to the the Mario Battali recipe song. Excellent:

http://vimeo.com/31175918

Nov. 21 2011 02:17 PM
Sydney B. from NYC

Barbara Acklin's "Bake Me a Man" is my favorite dessert-making song.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BjH3Tx7Dirk

Nov. 21 2011 02:15 PM
Richard from New York

that's quite annoying - the Mario Battali recipe "song."

Nov. 21 2011 02:13 PM
Bobby from Brooklyn

the ultimate recipe song is Tool's "Die Eier von Satan" off of Ænema. they make a simple cookie recipe downright frightening.

Nov. 21 2011 02:13 PM
Sharon from LES

This sounds like Hipster Sesame Street.

Nov. 21 2011 02:12 PM

We only prepare food to to randomly set playlists. In time. Things get a little hectic when we have to chop parsnips to death metal though. Between the two of us we now only have four remaining fingers. C'est la vie!

Nov. 21 2011 01:26 PM
Rachel the Intern from Brooklyn

Meta options: Cibo Matto, MF Doom's 'MM..food?'

Nov. 21 2011 12:44 PM
clive betters

the sound of silence,literally. not art or paul,but dead air time. i don't want the distracton of music, while preping a meal. and, i dont want ambient background elevator music,that i am going to ignore,either.

Nov. 21 2011 06:32 AM
Regina from Long Island

Cooking with Krishna Das - Hare Krishna starts with a slow chant - and speeds up. Great for peeling, cutting, and chopping vegetables. Humming along to Jai Jai, rocking with the drumbeats, makes cooking a spiritual experience, and creates great vegan food!

Nov. 20 2011 09:54 PM
james from Manhattan

Matisyahu's "Light" is a GREAT cooking album. "Rabbi Mat" keeps me dancing around the kitchen. I go big, like braised pulled pork tacos (sorry Rabbi) and sauage and meatball marinara - stuff that takes a lot of prep and lot of time in the kitchen. It even makes the clean up fun and my wife and kids think I'm nuts, hoppin' and boppin' around the kitchen. They love my food though. Cheers!

Nov. 18 2011 04:36 PM

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