Three-time James Beard Award winner and longtime WNYC afternoon host Leonard Lopate makes audiences salivate – and taste new things – with Lopate & Locavores, the popular live event series back for a seventh year of spotlighting New York City’s local food scene.
Join him tonight as he explores the magical art of making food look ravishing with photographers Liz Clayman and Michael Harlan Turkell and stylist Rebekah Peppler.
Leafing through a cookbook or a food magazine can really get our digestive juices flowing, especially when the photos make it all look so delicious. Leonard sits down with these stylists to learn what’s behind their art of seduction and share their secrets to making images pop.
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About Lopate & Locavores
Now in its seventh year, Leonard Lopate’s popular food series spotlights New York City’s local food scene. This year, Leonard delves into the luscious world of chocolate with a top local chocolatier, asks famous international chefs what brought them here and how they’ve adapted to NYC in the process, and in a time where everyone is snapping pictures on their iPhones at dinner, talks with a panel of food stylists about the magical art of making a simple vegetable on a plate look ravishing.