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A Restaurant Guy

“I’ve told so many people that [Restaurant Guys Radio] is basically Car Talk for Food, and I mean that in the most positive way. I don’t know how often you guys listen to Car Talk but that’s quite a compliment.” >> Listen: hi | lo

--Charlie Trotter

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Father Greg Boyle

Homeboys Bakery's motto is "job, not jails," and it's a project created by a Los Angeles-area priest that trains former gang-bangers baking and culinary skills. The men and women in the program cook and run a bakery and Latino Cafe that's received rave reviews from publications across the country. But aside from the cooking accolades, parent-organization Homeboys Industry prides itself on teaching job skills to 1000s of disadvantaged Los Angelinos -- many of whom might be in jail (or even dead) were it not for the various Homeboy programs. Joining us today is Father Greg Boyle, founder and creator of Homeboys Industries. They just opened a brand new, multi-million dollar facility that serves up chicken mole, pastries and other 'divine' Latin-inspired creations that are muy delicioso!

Podcast Date: 12/14/2007


The Restaurant Guys

Who Are The Restaurant Guys? Every week, Francis Schott and Mark Pascal host the Restaurant Guys, a show that's as informative as it is fun. Francis and Mark own Stage Left Restaurant in the heart of New Brunswick's theatre district, and, along with their expertise in a wide range of fine dining and wine matters, they bring to the table humor and intelligent conversation, perfect for the midday listener. The show includes discussions and interviews with famous chefs, restaurateurs, wine and food writers, critics; and the Guys even give stuff away occasionally.