Taste3 2007: videos

taste3 conference 2007

OoooOoo, the tantalizing 2007 TASTE3 conference (Food, Wine, Art) just released a handful of lectures from this past years event here. For those who attended, I’m jealous, but for those unable to attend (me!) here’s a jump start to some awesome videos.(watch Bryant Simon from the TASTE3 2006 if your in the design, art, experience field) I’ll post all the videos that are up so far after the jump…after watching the videos, go register asap as ticket prices rise and sell out as nexts years conference nears! happy tasting!!!




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Ben Ripple, founder of Bali’s Big Tree Farms which was named one of the 10 most exciting “rising social ventures” in the world by the World Resource Institute, shares the story of how his interest in organic farming has helped over 5,000 Balinese farmers realize sustainable livelihoods and reinvigorate their own cultural identities.



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Leo McCloskey, owner of Enologix, an expert in fine wine analytical chemistry, manufacturing and quality metrics, suggests using Bordeaux’s classification in the United States and uses metrics to identify Napa Valley’s first growth appellation.



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Katrina Markoff: Owner and founder of Vosges Haut-Chocolat Katrina Markoff reveals her four step process of inspiration that leads her to delicious and creative new chocolate collections.



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Honey bee expert Dennis vanEngelsdorp celebrates the joy of bees and examines the most up-to-date theories on Colony Collapse Disorder.



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David Molyneux-Berry, master of wine, exposes the dark side of the wine trade with a case study of wine fraud.


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Blair Randall, program director for San Francisco’s Garden for the Environment, proposes re-implementing the WWI and WWI Victory Gardens as a way to gain independence from our current food system with Victory Gardens 07+.



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Moto Restaurant’s 21-year-old Pastry Chef Ben Roche demonstrates the unique dining experience at Moto with his version of Carrot Cake, Nachos and Wine and Food Pairing.

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Greg Jones, associate professor of geography at Southern Oregon University on global warming’s impact on wine growing regions worldwide.


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Dan Barber, Chef/Owner, Blue Hill & Blue Hill at Stone Barns and Creative Director, Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture, on carrots and castration.


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Bryant Simon, Professor of History and Director of the American Studies Program at Temple University with his study of how the desires of daily life are revealed from the comfy coaches of Starbucks.

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