Food…Farms… & Chefs

Food…Farms… & Chefs

Food Farms and Chefs: Interviews with Robert Woloshin, Elizabeth Falker, Ray Sheehan Download

00:55 Download September 12th
We’re offering a slice of insight for every foodie, with a new take on a traditional Jewish Deli, the premier of a culinary documentary, and an exciting look at some of the largest events happening in the North East!
We sat down with Robert Woloshin, Co-Owner of Manny’s Deli and Manny’s Deli Stop in Pennsylvania.  After years of friendship, Woloshin and his fellow co-founders, Jeremy and Chase Thomas, renovated and opened Manny’s Deli located in Holland, PA with the mission to update the concept of how a traditional Jewish Deli is.  Armed with modern twists on traditional menu items, they found success.  Recently they’ve expanded on their brand by opening a new fast-casual version of their deli: Manny’s Deli Stop is their concept of an on-the-go eatery where traditional deli items can be ordered and enjoyed, offering a more stream-lined menu with grab-and-go options!
Next, we spoke with Chef Elizabeth Falkner and her new documentary, “Sorry We’re Closed.”  If her name is familiar to you, it’s due to her numerous appearances on must-see culinary television shows as a competitor and judge, as well as being a cookbook author and successful restaurateur, having opened and run restaurants on both the West and East coast of the US.  Now, she is taking us behind the scenes with an in-depth look at the mindset of fellow restaurateurs after 2020 and the impact that the pandemic and aftermath of civil unrest after George Floyd.  You can stream “Sorry, We’re Closed” online via Apple TV, Vudu, and Amazon Prime to see these heart-felt discussions with her colleagues and friends, and find the true depth of what it takes to own and operate restaurants.
Lastly, we sat down with Event Organizer for Up Coming Events, Ray Sheehan. Sheehan, whose enthusiasm for what he does was almost palpable throughout the entire discussion, chatted about what you can expect when attending one of their events. Set up to highlight local businesses, you can attend one of their 4-hour sessions and taste your way through area restaurants, breweries, wineries, and distillers. If you want to know more, you can visit them online at and attend an ultimate tailgating experience, food and wine festivals, and charitable events!

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