EPISODE 236 | January 28, 2016

Plant-O-Rama 2016: Stunning Ecological Plant Combinations

CLAUDIA WEST has extensive background in horticulture, ecology, and environmental restoration. She holds a Master’s Degree of Landscape Architecture and…

EPISODE 235 |

Plant-O-Rama 2016: Planting in a Post-Wild World: The Next Renaissance of Horticulture

THOMAS RAINER is a landscape architect, teacher, and writer. He has designed landscapes for the U.S. Capitol grounds, the Martin…

EPISODE 234 | January 22, 2016

Plant-O-Rama 2016 Preview

Preview the 2016 Plant-O-Rama festivities with Bob Hyland, the manager of Plant-O-Rama. This is their 20th year and we are…

EPISODE 233 | December 11, 2015

Yana Gilbuena

Chef Yana Gilbuena has been on a mission to “spread the Gospel of Filipino food. Through her SALO Project, she…

EPISODE 232 | October 19, 2015

“Staying Relevant” at Taste Talks

Tune in for a live Heritage Radio Network recording of Taste Talks, featuring a conversation with the chefs and restaurateurs…

EPISODE 231 | October 5, 2015

Feministing In The Kitchen

Cookbooks can be incredibly powerful tools for both examining women’s history and empowering women through the art of cooking.  So…

EPISODE 230 | August 17, 2015

Going with the Grain: New York’s Grain Revival

Published: August 17th, 2015 Running time: 2 Minutes By Zoe Holland Stephen Wade is pioneering a grains movement in New…

EPISODE 229 | July 31, 2015

What makes Bristol Bay salmon so special? Find out on a brand new episode of The Farm Report. Host Erin…

EPISODE 228 | July 20, 2015

Chef Brian Alberg of Eat on North

Published July 20th, 2015 Running time: 10 Minutes Tune in as Erin Fairbanks sits down with Brian Alberg, Executive Chef…

EPISODE 227 | July 10, 2015

Expo Milano with Chef Evan Hanzcor

Erin Fairbanks chats with Chef Evan Hanzcor about his involvement at the USA Pavillon at Expo Milano 2015!

EPISODE 226 | June 26, 2015

Cheese lovers and farmers across America speak to why they value raw milk, cheese and what will be lost if…

EPISODE 225 |

When Chef Hooni Kim was asked to make spaghetti and meatballs in the kitchen at Daniel, he didn’t realize the…

EPISODE 224 | June 25, 2015

Action on Climate Change: Papal Encyclical

Published June 25th, 2015 Running time: 19 Minutes By Erin Fairbanks Tune in as Erin Fairbanks is on the line…

EPISODE 223 | June 19, 2015

Drinking Stories + Sustainability

We bring you a panel of notable food and culture personalities to discuss stories that all start with “That one…

EPISODE 222 |

Food Rants, Raves and Readings

HRN turns the tables for a provocative conversation about media, authenticity and food feuds at Bonnaroo. In an interactive session…

EPISODE 222 | August 17, 2015

Beyond Lobster: Exploring “Real Maine Food”

Published: August 17th, 2015 Running time: 1 Minute By Zoe Holland Although Luke Holden and Ben Conniff started a mini…

EPISODE 221 | June 19, 2015

Food Trucks + Fixes

Food truck chefs and their staff wear many hats: Part culinary innovators, part entrepreneurs, part duct-tape surgeons, part land-yacht navigators,…

EPISODE 221 | August 13, 2015

HRN Week in Review: Soda Stats, BLT & A Tribe Called Quest

Jack Inslee & Erin Fairbanks recap topics including the perfect BLT, bitterness in school food and the soda industry’s attempt…

EPISODE 220 | June 7, 2015

Hunger and Food Insecurity in the LGBT Community

Published June 7th, 2015 Running time: 1 Hour, 25 Minutes Contrary to popular stereotypes, lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people…

EPISODE 220 | August 11, 2015

Checking in with John Hall of Post Office Pies

Erin Fairbanks sits down and chats with John Hall of Post Office Pies, a burgeoning pizzeria and restaurant in Avondale,…

EPISODE 219 | June 5, 2015

Dr. Flora

How do we make sure animals are being farmed safely and who has the main oversight in these areas? You…

EPISODE 219 | August 7, 2015

HRN Week in Review

On the first edition of the brand new HRN Week in Review, Jack Inslee & Erin Fairbanks recap topics including…

EPISODE 218 | June 5, 2015

Update from Slow Meat 2015

This week’s episode of The Farm Report comes to you on the road as host Erin Fairbanks is in Denver,…

EPISODE 218 | July 24, 2015

Keep You Basil Fresher Longer!

Find out how you can keep your delicious fragrant basil fresh for longer than a few days.

EPISODE 217 | May 8, 2015

Remembering Joshua Ozersky

Heritage Radio Network mourns the loss of larger-than-life, acclaimed writer and food personality Josh Ozersky who passed away at the…

EPISODE 217 | July 24, 2015

Everything You Never Knew About Brunch

Eggs benedicts, bloody marys and long lines weren’t always an obligatory weekend meal. From post-hunting meals to religious origins, Fahra…

EPISODE 216 | May 1, 2015

What Doesn’t Kill You – Pig Tales: An Omnivore’s Quest for Sustainable Meat

Barry Estabrook joins Katy Keiffer for this week’s episode of What Doesn’t Kill You to discuss his latest book, Pig…

EPISODE 216 | July 10, 2015

C is for Chilli Con Carne

On this episode of Edible Alphabet host Ashley Kosiak discusses chill con carne.

EPISODE 215 | April 30, 2015

The Breach: An Update on Bristol Bay

Published April 30th, 2015 Running time: 7 Minutes By Erin Fairbanks and Declan Christenberry Salmon fishing in the Bristol Bay…

EPISODE 215 | July 7, 2015

Fondas to Food Processors: Mexico City in Your Kitchen

Published July 7th, 2015 Running time: 5 Minutes By Rachie Weisberg & Emily Peterson Chef Lesley Tellez shares the inspiration…

EPISODE 214 | April 20, 2015

Mexican Everyday: Rick Bayless

In his previous books, Rick Bayless transformed America’s understanding of Mexican cuisine, introducing authentic dishes and cooking methods as he…

EPISODE 214 | July 5, 2015

It’s planning season for USDA summer meals sponsors–the people who know that, for children from food-insecure homes, the last day…

EPISODE 213 | April 17, 2015

Sqirl: Rethinking California Cuisine

Published April 17th, 2015 Running time: 4 Minutes By Jack Inslee When’s the last time you had a breakfast that…

EPISODE 213 | July 5, 2015

This week on Eating Disorder, hosts Crazy Legs Conti and The Rev Spyro kick off the new radio season welcoming…

EPISODE 212 | April 13, 2015

IACP Conference in Washington, DC

Heritage Radio Network attended the 2015 International Association of Culinary Professionals conference in Washington DC, to hear what topics were…

EPISODE 212 | June 26, 2015

B is for Bourbon

Join Ashley on her second round of the alphabet. Today, we learn about the history of bourbon.

EPISODE 211 | April 8, 2015

The Julia Child Award 2015: The Story Behind the Award

Published April 8th, 2015 Running time: 5 Minutes By Jack Inslee Created by The Julia Child Foundation for Gastronomy and…

EPISODE 211 | June 22, 2015

Sustainable Seafood with Rick Moonen

Erin Fairbanks chats with Chef Rick Moonen of Rick Moonen’s RM Seafood and r bar café at Mandalay Bay in…

EPISODE 210 | April 3, 2015

Mimi Sheraton: 1,000 Foods to Eat Before You Die

Mimi Sheraton discusses her latest book, 1,000 Foods to Eat Before You Die. She’ll be at this years 2015 Food…

EPISODE 210 | June 18, 2015

Chef Jeremy Fox of Rustic Canyon Wine Bar

Published June 18th, 2015 Running time: 45 Minutes Tune in as Erin Fairbanks chats with Chef Jeremy Fox of Rustic…

EPISODE 209 | April 1, 2015

Food Book Fair: Previewing the Festivities

Preview the 2015 Food Book Fair with Kim Chou, Managing Director of the event. The Food Book Fair celebrate the…

EPISODE 209 | June 12, 2015

Hunting Dogs

Take a trip down hunting history lane on this week’s episode of The Wild Game Domain. Chad Pagano, freshly back…

EPISODE 208 | March 29, 2015

Special Update : Explosion in the East Village

On this special update Cathy Erway, host of Eat Your Words interviews local East Village restaurant owners Jimmy Carbone and…

EPISODE 208 | June 10, 2015

Gov Ball 2015

Why is food the tortilla that holds the whole ridiculous burrito that is Governors Ball, together?

EPISODE 207 | March 15, 2015

Sustainable Salmon in Every Season: Christopher Nicolson of Iliamna Fish Co.

Published March 15, 2015 Running time: 8 Minutes By Laura del Campo Christopher Nicolson’s family has been fishing in Kenai…

EPISODE 207 | June 5, 2015

A is for Apple Pie

Tune in for a special series on the history of food, brought to you one letter at a time. In…

EPISODE 206 | March 13, 2015

Chef Jonathan Sawyer

James Beard Award Nominee Jonathon Sawyer talks with Michael Harlan Turkell about his custom vinegars and Apricot Sake cocktails.

EPISODE 206 | May 27, 2015

Memorial Day Mishaps

Host of Cooking Issues, Dave Arnold, returns from memorial day weekend with couple stories about some injuries her received and…

EPISODE 205 | March 13, 2015

Chef Michael Anthony

Chef Anthony’s work at Gramercy Tavern earned him a 2012 James Beard award for Best Chef New York City, and…

EPISODE 205 | May 20, 2015

Armando’s HRN Party Coverage: Live at CMYK

Our very own Armando Grullard from GUNWASH reports live from the Heritage Radio Network Kickstarter Backer Party at CMYK in…

EPISODE 204 | March 13, 2015

Chef Nick Anderer

Chef Nick Anderer of Marta, is nominated for a James Beard Award for Best Chef NYC. Tune in to hear…

EPISODE 204 | May 15, 2015

A Few Things Debuts! Episode One Highlights

Tune in for highlights from the first episode of A Few Things with Claire and Erica!

EPISODE 203 | March 13, 2015

Chef Mark Ladner

Executive Chef of Del Posto Restaurant, Mark Ladner, is nominated for a James Beard Award for Best Chef NYC. Tune…

EPISODE 202 |

Chef Seamus Mullen

Chef Seamus Mullen of Tertulia, is nominated for a James Beard award for Best Chef NYC. Tune in to hear…

EPISODE 202 | May 15, 2015

Ask a Clean Person Debuts! Highlights from Episode One

Tune in for highlights from the first episode of Ask a Clean Person!

EPISODE 201 | March 9, 2015

Green Bronx Machine: A Farm 4 Stories Up

Published March 8, 2015 Running time: 10 Minutes By Erin Fairbanks & Liz Smith The Green Bronx Machine, an impact…

EPISODE 201 | May 15, 2015

Taste Talks Debuts! Highlights from Episode One

Tune in for highlights from the first episode of Taste Talks!

EPISODE 200 | March 6, 2015

Marco Canora on "The Food Seen"

This week on the Food Seen, Michael Harlan Turkell talked to Marco Canora, author of A Good Food Day and…

EPISODE 200 | May 15, 2015

Japan Eats Debuts! Highlights from Episode One

Tune in for highlights from the first episode of Japan Eats!

EPISODE 199 | March 6, 2015

Chef Sean Brock

Chef Sean Brock of Charleston, SC’s Husk tells how a good hot bowl of hoppin john changed his life.

EPISODE 199 | May 12, 2015

The Culinary Institute of America’s Greystone campus in Napa Valley, California, hosted it’s 17th annual Worlds of Flavor conference, with…

EPISODE 198 | March 6, 2015

Chef Howard Hanna

Chef Howard Hanna of Kansas City’s Rieger Hotel talks Midwest cuisine and Al Capone.

EPISODE 198 | May 1, 2015

Hot Brown

Louisville is known for horse races (it’s Derby time) and bourbon but it’s also home to one of America’s most…

EPISODE 197 | March 1, 2015

The Pollinator Campaign: Raising Awareness for Honeybees

Published March 1, 2015 Running time: 18 Minutes By Erin Fairbanks Tune in as Erin Fairbanks chats with Larissa Walker,…

EPISODE 197 | April 29, 2015

Corey Lee of Benu

Tune in as Erin Fairbanks hosts a special interview with acclaimed chef Corey Lee. Corey is the chef and owner…

EPISODE 196 | March 1, 2015

Hormel Goes HIMP on What Doesn’t Kill You

This week on What Doesn’t Kill You, whistle blower Amanda Hitt returns to talk about the latest news on HIMP,…

EPISODE 196 | April 24, 2015

The Middle Eastern Roots of Spices and the Early Globalization of Food

On this week’s episode of A Taste of the Past, host Linda Pelaccio takes listeners on a vivid and far-ranging…

EPISODE 195 | February 20, 2015

Management Intensive Grazing

​Livestock farmers in Wisconsin are using a method called Management Intensive Grazing to graze their animals. It is more sustainable…

EPISODE 195 | April 21, 2015

Heritage Radio @ Coachella: Bonding Over Food

Published April 21st, 2015 Running time: 10 Minutes By Jack Inslee At the world’s biggest music festival and most blogged…

EPISODE 194 | February 16, 2015

“Don’t Kill the President”: Life of a White House Chef

Published February 16th, 2015 Running time: 11 Minutes By Brian Reno Former White House chef Walter Scheib discusses why the…

EPISODE 194 | April 17, 2015

Sugar and it’s Dark History

This week on A Taste of the Past, host Linda Pelaccio is talkin’ sugar and its checkered, dark past with…

EPISODE 193 | February 13, 2015

Bonnie Slotnick’s Cookbooks

Published February 13th, 2015 Running time: 5 Minutes By Amrita Gupta

EPISODE 193 | April 17, 2015

Cereal – Honey Nut Cheerios: Karen Palmer

The cereal: Honey Nut Cheerios. The guest: Karen Palmer. Karen is the Executive Editor at Tasting Table, a website and…

EPISODE 192 | February 6, 2015

Red Lion Inn

Published February 6th, 2015 Running time: 3 Minutes By Brian Reno A Berkshire native, Brian Aldberg both supports his local…

EPISODE 192 | April 17, 2015

Word of Mouth with Leiti Hsu – Patrick Martins

“What could be more intimate than putting something in your mouth, whether it’s pink like a veal chop or sweet…

EPISODE 191 | February 5, 2015

FOOD+ENTERPRISE Summit: Empire State Development Comments

Published February 5th, 2015 Running time: 13 Minutes By Erin Fairbanks Listen in as Erin Fairbanks speaks with Samuel Filler…

EPISODE 191 | April 17, 2015

Robyn Lea’s “Dinner With Jackson Pollock”

On today’s episode of THE FOOD SEEN, Robyn Lea has worked as a photographer, writer and director of the past…

EPISODE 190 | February 5, 2015

Organicology Promo: Green Packaging with David Allaway

Published February 3rd, 2015 Running time: 2 Minutes By Austin Sherman David Allaway, Waste Prevention expert, will be speaking at…

EPISODE 190 | April 14, 2015

Food Book Fair 2015 – Cookbooks & History

Initiated in 2012, The Food Book Fair celebrates the intersection of food culture and food systems and a ton more….

EPISODE 189 | February 5, 2015

Organicology Promo: Organic Certification

Published February 3rd, 2015 Running time: 3 Minutes By Austin Sherman Chris Roddy, organic certification expert will be a speaker…

EPISODE 189 | April 14, 2015

Food Book Fair 2015 – Food in a Visual Culture

Initiated in 2012, The Food Book Fair celebrates the intersection of Food Culture and Food Systems. In 2015, the event…

EPISODE 188 | February 5, 2015

Organic Certification: Challenges and Benefits

Published February 3rd, 2015 Running time: 6 Minutes By Austin Sherman Chris Roddy, of Oregon Tilth talks benefits and challenges…

EPISODE 188 | April 10, 2015

Beer Sessions with Eric Asimov

Today on a very special Beer Sessions, host Jimmy Carbone talks with famous wine and food critic of the New…

EPISODE 187 | February 2, 2015

Why Seeds Matter: Expert Matthew Dillion Explains

Published February 2nd, 2015 Running time: 4 Minutes By Austin Sherman Matthew Dillon is a seed expert and one of…

EPISODE 187 | April 10, 2015

Chef’s Story – Soulayphet "Phet" Schwader

This week’s guest on Chef’s Story is Soulayphet “Phet” Schwader. Born in a small village outside the capital of Laos,…

EPISODE 186 | February 2, 2015

Seeds & Breeds: Organicology with Matthew Dillon

Published February 2nd, 2015 Running time: 3 Minutes By Austin Sherman Matthew Dillon, seed expert and guru explains why Seeds…

EPISODE 186 | April 3, 2015

NY to Palm Springs: Food @ The Ace Hotel

Five Leaves owner Jud Mongell and chef/partner Ken Addington are collaborating with Ace Hotel at King’s Highway as well as…

EPISODE 185 | January 30, 2015

Truckin’ to Milan: Drive Change at World’s Fair

Published January 30th, 2015 Running time: 5 Minutes By Brian Reno The advisors for the 2015 Expo have been announced….

EPISODE 185 | March 27, 2015

Vegetable Forward: Amanda Cohen

In this snippet, Chef Amanda Cohen, owner of Dirt Candy on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, is interviewed by…

EPISODE 184 | January 30, 2015

Bocuse d’Or: USA Scores its First Silver

Published January 30th, 2015 Running time: 2 Minutes By Amrita Gupta Team USA makes the rankings in the Olympics of…

EPISODE 184 | March 27, 2015

Chinese Food In The US : Cathy Erway

Cathy Will be on a panel at the Food Book Fair 2015. Listen to a snippet from the latest episode…

EPISODE 183 | January 29, 2015

Food: When It’s Not What You Think

Do you really know what’s in the olive oil you use everyday? How about the true contents of your morning…

EPISODE 183 | March 20, 2015

Persian New Year on "A Taste of the Past"

The vernal equinox is upon us and with it brings the start of spring! Listen to this snippet of this…

EPISODE 182 | January 27, 2015

Snow Day! What HRN is Doing

Published January 27th, 2015 Running time: 6 Minutes By Jack Insee So schools closed, you might be home from work…

EPISODE 182 | March 17, 2015

Behind the Green St Paddys: The Blue Story Behind the Green Holiday

Published March 17th, 2015 Running time: 5 Minutes By Eliza Loehr Corned Beef Hash, Green Dyed Bagels, St Paddys Day…

EPISODE 181 | January 22, 2015

Food Tank Summit Update: From Katy Keiffer

Published January 22nd, 2015 Running time: 7 Minutes By Jack Insee Katy Keiffer, host of “What Doesn’t Kill You” gives…

EPISODE 181 | March 8, 2015

Phil of Momo Sushi Shack on GUNWASH

Tune in for this teaser segment from GUNWASH featuring HRN’s neighbor and co-host of The Main Course, Phil Gilmour from…

EPISODE 180 | January 22, 2015

Horticulture Trends: Previewing Plant-O-Rama 2015

Published January 22nd, 2015 Running time: 8 Minutes By Jack Insee What’s going on in the garden world? What does…

EPISODE 180 | March 8, 2015

History of the Automat

This week on A Taste of the Past, Linda Pelaccio talked to Marianne Hardart, the great-granddaughter of Automat co-founder Frank…

EPISODE 179 | January 22, 2015

Food Tank Summit Update

Published January 22nd, 2015 Running time: 7 Minutes By Jack Insee Listen in as Jack Inslee gets the scoop on…

EPISODE 179 | March 5, 2015

Life is a Carnival: The Myths and Realities of Carnies

Published March 5th, 2015 Running time: 5 Minutes By Austin Sherman Ever wonder what goes on behind the pretty lights…

EPISODE 178 | January 18, 2015

Walker Stern, Joe Ogrodnek, & Andrew Friedman on "Food Talk"

Food Talk with Mike Colameco is brought to you by the following generous underwriters: This week on Food Talk with…

EPISODE 178 | March 1, 2015

History of Food in India on A Taste of the Past

From dal to samosas, paneer to vindaloo, dosa to naan, today’s A Taste of the Past is delving into the…

EPISODE 177 | January 16, 2015

Food as Art in the Bronx: Bronx River Art Center Unveils New Exhibit

Published January 16th, 2015 Running time: 3 Minutes By Brian Reno The Bronx River Art Center premieres the first of…

EPISODE 177 | February 26, 2015

Cap’n Crunch on Cereal

Episode Four. The cereal: Cap’n Crunch. The guest: Eric “Badlands” Booker. A competitive eater known as “The People’s Champ,” Eric…

EPISODE 176 | January 16, 2015

HRN Remembers Bob Nueske: Wisconsin Food Legend

Published January 16th, 2015 Running time: 2 Minutes By Austin Sherman The food community lost a legend Monday, January 12th…

EPISODE 176 | February 26, 2015

Alan Richman on Chef’s Story

This week on Chef’s Story, hear from the world famous Alan Richman, “the most decorated food writer in history.” He…

EPISODE 175 | January 15, 2015

Humane Society Reacts to CA’s Lift of Foie Gras Ban

Published January 15th, 2015 Running time: 3 Minutes By Austin Sherman On Wednesday, January 7th, 2015 California lifted the ban…

EPISODE 175 | February 15, 2015

Cereal Debut Episode: Justin Warner

Episode one. The cereal: Golden Grahams. The guest: Justin Warner. Welcome to the debut of Cereal, a podcast about… cereal….

EPISODE 174 | January 15, 2015

For the Love of Carnitas: Chipotle Takes Takes Pork Off the Menu After Supplier Violates Standards

Published January 15th, 2015 Running time: 2 Minutes By Austin Sherman Tune in to “What Doesn’t Kill You” Monday, January…

EPISODE 174 | February 13, 2015

Pulque, From Mexico to NYC

Published February 13th, 2015 Running time: 5 Minutes By Yvette Cabrera and Amrita Gupta From a sacred Aztec drink, to…

EPISODE 173 | January 13, 2015

Crocodile Bile in Beer?: Fuhmentaboudit Weighs In

Published January 13th, 2014 Running time: 2 Minutes By Chris Cuzme & Mary Izett Crocodile Bile in Beer? Chris Cuzme…

EPISODE 173 | February 10, 2015

Date Trip Tip: Valentine’s Day in Napa

Published February 1, 2015 Running time: 8 Minutes By Austin Sherman Napa in the dead of winter might just be…

EPISODE 172 | January 11, 2015

New York Times Food Section with Melissa Clark & Julia Moskin

This week on The Morning After, hosts Jessie Kiefer and Sari Kamin kick off the show with some crazy Food…

EPISODE 172 | February 6, 2015

Ashley A-Z : V is for Vanilla

Published February 6th, 2015 Running time: 5 Minutes By Ashley Kosiak Tune in for a special series on the history…

EPISODE 171 | January 11, 2015

Bulletproof Coffee

This week on Eat Your Words, host Cathy Erway is talking Bulletproof Coffee with nutritionist Stephanie Middleberg of Middleberg Nutrition…

EPISODE 171 | February 1, 2015

2015 Cheesemonger Invitational Competition

Published February 1, 2015 Running time: 35 Minutes By Emily Acosta “Cutting the Curd” producer Emily Acosta is bringing HRN…

EPISODE 170 | January 9, 2015

Expanded Polystyrene Ban: In Effect a Year Later

Published January 9th, 2014 Running time: 8 Minutes By Liz Smith A year after City Council passed a compromise measure…

EPISODE 170 | January 29, 2015

Ireland with Darina Allen: on "Native"

Travel to Ireland on the latest episode of Native as Briana Kurtz is joined by the legendary Darina Allen. Called…

EPISODE 169 | January 8, 2015

California Lifts Foie Gras Ban: Reactions

Erin Fairbanks kicks off the 2015 season of The Farm Report talking about the recent overturning of the Californian ban…

EPISODE 169 | January 22, 2015

U is for Udon

Tune in for a special series on the history of food, brought to you one letter at a time. In…

EPISODE 168 | January 8, 2015

School Food Social Media That Rocks

We kick off the new year with Dayle Hayes, the activist blogger behind “School Meals That Rock,” a multi-platform social…

EPISODE 168 | January 11, 2015

Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs on the JDS Variety Hour… Half Hour

This week on the Joshua David Stein Variety Hour… Half Hour, host Joshua David Stein is talking children’s books, and…

EPISODE 167 | December 19, 2014

NY Fracking Ban: Governor Cuomo Bans Fracking in NY

Published December 19th, 2014 Running time: 4 Minutes By Erin Fairbanks It’s official – there will be no fracking in…

EPISODE 167 | January 4, 2015

The NoMad, Evil Twin, Victory! on "Beer Sessions"

We’ve got some great guests in the studio today on Beer Sessions Radio including friends from Victory, Evil Twin, and…

EPISODE 166 | December 19, 2014

2014’s Hot Food Books: Whats Cooking on This Year’s List?

Published December 19th, 2014 Running time: 4 Minutes By Amrita Gupta The Atlantic’s Corby Kummer tells us which food books…

EPISODE 166 | January 4, 2015

History of the Potato Chip

What is it about salty snacks? What is it, in particular, about the potato chip? Learn about the history of…

EPISODE 165 | December 19, 2014

Richard Hottelet: 1st Eyewitness of D Day Dies at 97

Published December 19th, 2014 Running time: 2 Minutes By Eliza Loehr Richard C Hottelet, the first eyewitness reporter to cover…

EPISODE 165 | January 4, 2015

The Food Seen – Nick Balla & Bar Tartine

On THE FOOD SEEN, Nick Balla, co-chef of Bar Tartine in San Francisco, used to call everything pickles. Raised in…

EPISODE 164 | December 4, 2013

McWages

Today across the Unites States citizens and McDonalds employees alike have come together outside of flagship McDonalds across the country…

EPISODE 164 | December 19, 2014

Our Relationship with Cuba: What it Means for Food and Ag

Published December 19th, 2014 Running time: 4 Minutes By Austin Sherman What will the reopening of a diplomatic relationship with…

EPISODE 164 | January 4, 2015

My Welcome Table: Mississippi Delta

Tune into this edition of My Welcome Table to hear Jessica B. Harris’ explorations of the culinary history of the…

EPISODE 163 | December 19, 2014

Remembering Dionisio Silva: A Rare Breed Butcher

We’re incredibly saddened to announce the passing of Dionisio Silva, a beloved and storied butcher who worked the same stall…

EPISODE 163 | January 2, 2015

Ketchup and French Fries: A History from Sir Kensington’s

Published February 3rd, 2015 Running time: 17 Minutes Learn about the history of the French Fry and Ketchup on a…

EPISODE 162 | December 12, 2014

Carbon 101: The Climate Conundrum

Published December 12th, 2014 Running time: 8 Minutes By Nancy Gagliardi If mention of the word carbon triggers a glazed…

EPISODE 162 | December 31, 2014

Classic Food Writers: What You Should Be Reading Now

This “Evolutionaries” mash-up features Classic Food Writers: What You Should Be Reading Now. Hear from Jessica B. Harris, Joan Nathan…

EPISODE 161 | December 12, 2014

Give a Little: Support St. John’s Bread & Life

Published December 12th, 2014 Running time: 2 Minutes By Amrita Gupta Support St. John’s Bread and Life by shopping at…

EPISODE 161 | December 31, 2014

Chefs We Love: Mary Sue Milliken, Lidia Bastianich & Lydia Shire

This “Evolutionaries” mash-up features chefs we love: Mary Sue Milliken, Lidia Bastianich & Lydia Shire [70 Minutes]

EPISODE 160 | December 11, 2014

David Waltuck of Elan

Hear from the legendary David Waltuck on a brand new episode of Word of Mouth. The man behind the iconic…

EPISODE 160 |

Eating Delancey: Jewish Food Memories

This week on A Taste of the Past, host Linda Pelaccio is delving into some delicious food memories, using theJewish…

EPISODE 159 | December 9, 2014

Purdue Poultry Uncovered – Better Chicken Initiative from CIWF

Published December 9th, 2014 Running time: 8 Minutes By Erin Fairbanks We’re on the line with Leah Garces of Compassion…

EPISODE 159 | December 11, 2014

Dorie Greenspan & Christine Muhlke

This week’s guests: Dorie Greenspan & Christine Muhlke Over the past 20 years, Dorie Greenspan has written 10 cookbooks and…

EPISODE 158 | December 8, 2014

NYC Trees: Sharing the Love

Published December 8th, 2014 Running time: 4 Minutes By Elizabeth Saxe Did you ever stop to think whether your Christmas…

EPISODE 158 | December 9, 2014

The Bronx is Burning: A Story of Community & Hot Sauce

Published December 9th, 2014 Running time: 4 Minutes By Austin Sherman The Bronx Hot Sauce is a creative collaboration between…

EPISODE 157 | December 7, 2014

Stronger Together: Merger Hopes to Reform Letter Grade System

Published December 7th, 2014 Running time: 2 Minutes By Yvette Cabrera The NYC Hospitality Alliance merged with the United Restaurant…

EPISODE 157 |

Spiegelau & Bell’s Brewery

Tune in to a special episode of Beer Sessions Radio recorded at the Spiegelau Showroom in NYC! Hear from Laura…

EPISODE 156 | December 5, 2014

Food Thinker Doers

The University of Gastronomic Sciences, founded in 2004 by the international non-profit association Slow Food in cooperation with the Italian…

EPISODE 156 | December 7, 2014

Food Talk with Michael Colameco Episode 42

Food Talk with Mike Colameco is brought to you by the following generous underwriters: This week on Food Talk with…

EPISODE 155 | November 30, 2014

All I Need is the Air That I Breathe…and a Plain Yogurt

Who’s the bigger liar — the banking industry or the peanut butter industry? The jury is out. Tune in to…

EPISODE 155 | December 5, 2014

Country of Origin Labeling

The WTO recently ruled that the US Cool laws discriminate against meat imports from other countries. What happens now?

EPISODE 154 | November 29, 2014

American Nonprofits: A History of Generous Love

Published November 28th, 2014 Running time: 7 Minutes By Elizabeth Saxe Americans have always been enthusiastic about charitable organizations. Learn…

EPISODE 154 | December 4, 2014

Race & Place in NYC: A Conversation on Equity

Published December 4th, 2014 Running time: 60 Minutes Tune in as Erin Fairbanks and Yvette Cabrera host a special conversation…

EPISODE 153 | November 27, 2014

To Brine or Not to Brine – Dave Arnold’s Turkey Tradition

Published November 26th, 2014 Running time: 3 Minutes By Yvette Cabrera Dave Arnold talks about how he prepares his turkey…

EPISODE 152 | November 26, 2014

Roberta’s Thanksgiving: A 100% Accurate Historical Tale

Published November 26th, 2014 Running time: 5 Minutes By Caitlin Pierce You probably haven’t heard the story of the first…

EPISODE 152 | November 29, 2014

Local Charities Swamped – SNAP & The NYC Hunger Epidemic

Published November 28th, 2014 Running time: 5 Minutes By Jack Inslee Despite record stock market highs, one in six New…

EPISODE 152 |

Country of Origin Labeling – COOL or not cool?

Published November 28th, 2014 Running time: 5 Minutes By Amrita Gupta The WTO recently ruled that the US Cool laws…

EPISODE 151 | November 25, 2014

Classic Food Writers: What you should be reading now

This “Evolutionaries” mash-up features three incredible people who make media—Florence Fabricant, Eric Asimov and Colman Andrews. They create the books,…

EPISODE 151 | November 27, 2014

Veterans as Farmers – Defending and Feeding Our Country

Published November 26th, 2014 Running time: 5 Minutes By Yvette Cabrera & Brian Reno The Farmer Veteran Coalition is helping…

EPISODE 150 | November 23, 2014

Q is for Queso

Tune in for a special series on the history of food, brought to you one letter at a time. In…

EPISODE 150 | November 24, 2014

Japanese Whiskey Win: Japan takes “World’s Best Whiskey” Title

Published November 24th, 2014 Running time: 3 Minutes By Austin Sherman Scotch Whiskey has long been the standard bearer for…

EPISODE 149 | November 21, 2014

Who Pays: Berkely Passes Soda Tax

Published November 21st, 2014 Running time: 5 Minutes By Yvette Cabrera A soda tax was passed in Berkeley, California. We…

EPISODE 149 |

As American As Apple Cider

Published November 2st, 2014 Running time: 5 Minutes By Elizabeth Saxe Apple cider might be the most American beverage we…

EPISODE 148 | November 20, 2014

Turkey, An American Story

This week on A Taste of the Past, host Linda Pelaccio is feeling festive, talking the history of the turkey…

EPISODE 148 | November 21, 2014

Antifreeze in Your Whiskey? Yes & No. Debunking the Myth

Published November 21st, 2014 Running time: 5 Minutes By Austin Sherman In the wake of the Fireball recall in Europe,…

EPISODE 147 | November 19, 2014

Ballsy Philanthropy: Meatball Shop Helps Homeless

Published November 19th, 2014 Running time: 7 Minutes By Jack Inslee Daniel Holzman and Mike Chernow of The Meatball Shop…

EPISODE 147 | November 20, 2014

How Great Cities Are Fed

In this debut episode of How Great Cities Are Fed, your hosts Karen Karp and Ben Kerrick introduce the series…

EPISODE 146 | November 14, 2014

Return of White Sonora Wheat: Milling History in Arizona

Published November 14th, 2014 Running time: 4 Minutes By Eliza Loehr and Brian Reno Hayden Flour Mills is revitalizing the…

EPISODE 146 | November 16, 2014

Cider Week Forever! Drink Cider Year Round

Published November 16th, 2014 Running time: 9 Minutes By Jeet Suresh Paul Every year in New York City, we take…

EPISODE 145 | November 11, 2014

Heaven is a French Fry

Published November 11th, 2014 Running time: 3 Minutes Nancy Gagliardi gives a recap of French fry pop up exhibit that…

EPISODE 145 | November 14, 2014

The Great Chefs of Peru: On Biodiversity

Published November 14th, 2014 Running time: 4 Minutes By Elizabeth Saxe Diego Munoz Velasquez and Jamie Pesaque are two of…

EPISODE 144 | November 9, 2014

Grazers Premiere: A Film on the Future of Meat

Published November 9th, 2014 Running time: 5 Minutes By Erin Fairbanks HRN Executive Director Erin Fairbanks gets documentarian Sarah Teale…

EPISODE 144 | November 13, 2014

The Pizza Bagel is Back: On HRN’s Pizza Party

This week on Pizza Party, host Talia Ralph is talking the epic comeback of the pizza bagel! Welcoming guests Marian…

EPISODE 143 | November 7, 2014

Voting for Food: Steve Southerland Defeated in Florida

Published November 7th, 2014 Running time: 3 Minutes By Elizabeth Saxe Advocacy group Food Policy Action put a huge amount…

EPISODE 143 | November 13, 2014

Cultured Foods For Your Kitchen: On Fuhmentaboudit!

This week on Fuhmentaboudit!, hosts Mary Izett and Chris Cuzme kick off the episode with some upcoming events in the…

EPISODE 142 | November 7, 2014

HRN Remembers: Car Talk’s Tom Magliozzi

Published November 7th, 2014 Running time: 5 Minutes By Elizabeth Saxe On Monday November 3rd, 2014, American talk radio lost…

EPISODE 142 | November 10, 2014

Chef Cal Peternell of Chez Panisse

This week on a brand new The Main Course, host Patrick Martins is in studio with Chef Cal Peternell and…

EPISODE 141 | October 31, 2014

American Food 2.0: Conversations from the Greenmarket

Published October 31st, 2014 Running time: 9 Minutes By Austin Sherman and Brian Reno The 2015 World Expo’s theme is…

EPISODE 141 | November 9, 2014

Cheese and Art: Film

Continuing the ongoing series on cheese and art, this week host Greg Blais is talking film on Cutting the Curd!…

EPISODE 140 | October 31, 2014

Big Soda Ban: Living on Through DeBlasio

Published October 31st, 2014 Running time: 2 Minutes By Yvette Cabrera DeBlasio announces that he will continue to fight for…

EPISODE 140 | November 7, 2014

World Pizza Champion: Exploring The Pizza Bible

This week on Pizza Party, host Talia Ralph welcomes Tony Gemignani the 11 time World Pizza Champ and author of…

EPISODE 139 | October 24, 2014

Food Film Fest! An HRN Takeover

George Motz, Seth Unger and a bunch of incredible characters involved in this year’s NYC Food FIlm Fest takeover HRN…

EPISODE 139 | November 6, 2014

P is for Parmentiere

Tune in for a special series on the history of food, brought to you one letter at a time. In…

EPISODE 138 | October 24, 2014

White Brined Turkey: How Does it Taste?

Published October 24th, 2014 Running time: 5 Minutes By Brian Reno White Moustache Yogurt has a new use for its…

EPISODE 138 | November 2, 2014

O is for Olive Oil

Tune in for a special series on the history of food, brought to you one letter at a time. In…

EPISODE 137 | October 24, 2014

Palm Oil and the Orangutan

Published October 24th, 2014 Running time: 5 Minutes By Elizabeth Saxe Orangutan habitats in Malaysia and Indonesia have slowly been…

EPISODE 137 | October 27, 2014

Southern French: A Chat with Frank Stitt

Published October 27th, 2014 Running time: 19 Minutes By Jack Inslee We sit down with legendary Southern chef Frank Stitt…

EPISODE 136 | October 23, 2014

Farmer for Congress: Immigrant Farmer vs the House Majority Leader

Published October 23rd, 2014 Running time: 4 Minutes By Brian Reno Mexican-American D-Raul Garcia fights against R-Kevin McCarthy on immigrant…

EPISODE 136 |

Critic on Critic Plus a Musical Turkey Hunt

This week on the Joshua David Stein Variety Hour… Half Hour, host Joshua David Stein is talking critic on critic…

EPISODE 135 | October 22, 2014

Michelin List: What Does it Say About Taste?

Published October 22nd, 2014 Running time: 3 Minutes By Nancy Gagliardi The 2015 Michelin List of NYC restaurants is pleasantly…

EPISODE 135 | October 23, 2014

Sourwood Honey: We Can’t Get Enough

Published October 23rd, 2014 Running time: 4 Minutes By Amrita Gupta & Yvette Cabrera The labor intensive process of obtaining…

EPISODE 134 | October 17, 2014

National Pasta Day – Pasta Then and Now

October 17th is National Pasta Day. Here at Heritage Radio, we are celebrating pasta’s past and present. Tune in to…

EPISODE 134 | October 22, 2014

Brooklyn Bounty! Brooklyn Historical Society Event

Published October 22nd, 2014 Running time: 4 Minutes Brooklyn Historical Society (BHS) is celebrating Brooklyn’s vibrant food culture and heritage…

EPISODE 133 | October 17, 2014

Getting “Schooled” with Ben Pollinger: Seafood, Seasonality, and Family Ties

In episode 217 of the Main Course, Patrick Martins talks to veteran seafood chef and new cookbook author Ben Pollinger…

EPISODE 133 | October 20, 2014

Wine Fakery: Remember Your Palate

Published October 20th, 2014 Running time: 3 Minutes By Jack Inslee There are more food and beverage products on the…

EPISODE 132 | October 16, 2014

N is for Niacin

Tune in for a special series on the history of food, brought to you one letter at a time. In…

EPISODE 132 | October 20, 2014

Understanding Antibiotics: Looking to Scandinavia

Published October 20th, 2014 Running time: 6 Minutes By Jack Inslee Dr. Gail Hanson, Senior officer for Pew’s campaign on…

EPISODE 132 | June 18, 2015

Bringing Back the Lactose: Why We Need More Dairy Princesses

Published June 18th, 2015 Running time: 8 Minutes In Episode 237, The Farm Report celebrates Dairy Month. Erin Fairbanks talks…

EPISODE 131 | October 13, 2014

What’s in an Oyster? The Key to New York City’s History

Published October 13th, 2014 Running time: 7 Minutes By Eliza Loehr It’s hard to tell the history of New York…

EPISODE 131 | October 17, 2014

World Food Day 2014 – This year, World Food Day celebrates family farmers

Family farmers can feed the world without hurting the planet.

EPISODE 131 | June 15, 2015

Tupac Perfume and Success: Marcus Samuelsson on Harlem Vibes

Published June 15th, 2015 Running time: 10 Minutes On Episode 227 of Snacky Tunes hosts Darin and Greg are in…

EPISODE 130 | October 6, 2014

The Uneasy Politics of Fried Chicken

This episode of the Joshua David Stein Variety Hour….Half Hour starts with a poem by Linh Dinh, a Vietnamese-American poet,…

EPISODE 130 | October 16, 2014

Bristol Bay Mine On Hold

Published October 16th, 2014 Running time: 6 Minutes By Nancy Gagliardi As an update to a recent story on the…

EPISODE 130 | June 12, 2015

Being a Leader

In this episode of Radio Cherry Bombe, we hear from Karen Kelley, President and COO of Sweetgreen, as she reveals…

EPISODE 129 | October 6, 2014

Ask The Meat Man: HAM HAM HAM!

Published October 6th, 2014 Running time: 8 Minutes By Jack Inslee It’s that time again: Ask the Meat Man! Listen…

EPISODE 129 | October 16, 2014

EU Cheese Ban

Published October 16th, 2014 Running time: 10 Minutes By Nancy Gagliardi Listen in for an update to the Cutting the…

EPISODE 129 | May 1, 2015

Meat Matters

On Tuesday April 29th, Erin Fairbanks, host of The Farm Report and Executive Director of Heritage Radio Network, participated in…

EPISODE 128 | September 26, 2014

Callaloo and Collard Greens: Caribbean Women Farm Central Brooklyn

This story was comes to us from Feet in 2 Worlds, which supports immigrant journalists and brings their stories to…

EPISODE 128 | October 14, 2014

Perdue Chicken Labeling Lawsuit: What Does it Mean?

Published October 14th, 2014 Running time: 3 Minutes By Jack Inslee The Humane Society of the United States issued a…

EPISODE 128 | May 1, 2015

The Final Mile : Food Systems of New York

The Final Mile: Food Systems of New York is a year-long series of public programs, organized by Open House New…

EPISODE 127 | September 26, 2014

The Kitchen Sisters: Hidden Kitchens World

Hidden Kitchens travels the world chronicling little known kitchen rituals and traditions that explore how communities come together through food—from…

EPISODE 127 | October 14, 2014

Single Origin Ice Cream? Not Your Grandma’s Vanilla

Published October 10th, 2014 Running time: 4 Minutes By Caitlin Pierce Choctál is a company that focuses solely on making…

EPISODE 127 | April 24, 2015

Talking Good Food w: With Sarah Weiner

Today, executive producer of Heritage Radio Network, Erin Fairbanks, inteviews Sarah Weiner, co-founder and executive director of the Seedlings Project….

EPISODE 126 | September 24, 2014

Becoming a Master Sommelier: A Story From Emily Peterson

Published September 24th, 2014 Running time: 9 Minutes Emily Peterson, host of Sharp & Hot, shares an incredible story about…

EPISODE 126 | October 13, 2014

Self-Regulate or Bust: What happens when a company fails to self-regulate

Published October 13th, 2014 Running time: 7 Minutes By Yvette Cabrera A felony conviction of CEOs of Peanut Corps of…

EPISODE 126 | April 24, 2015

Justin Waner & Daniel Krieger

Justin Warner, known to some as a food TV star, to others as a “wine-rapper” and most as the incredible…

EPISODE 125 | September 22, 2014

Get Wild: Forager Michael Heim Sustainable Summit Forecast

Published September 22nd, 2014 Running time: 4 Minutes By Laura del Campo Michael Heim gives us an idea what we…

EPISODE 125 | October 10, 2014

Mission Impossible Foods – Veggie Burger for Meat Lovers

Published October 10th, 2014 Running time: 4 Minutes By Caitlin Pierce Impossible Foods is attempting to do the impossible. They…

EPISODE 125 | April 13, 2015

What’s in a Name? Food Labeling Roundtable

Initiated in 2012, The Food Book Fair celebrates the intersection of food culture and food systems and a ton more….

EPISODE 124 | September 18, 2014

A Different Type of Food Stamp

Published September 18th, 2014 Running time: 5 Minutes On Sept. 26, the USPS will unveil 5 new forever stamps featuring…

EPISODE 124 | October 10, 2014

Cooking Clean: Breathing Easy with Better Stoves

Published October 10th, 2014 Running time: 5 Minutes By Elizabeth Saxe 3 billion people worldwide rely on wood stoves for…

EPISODE 124 | April 10, 2015

Evolutionaries – Rick Bayless

Meet Rick Bayless, an award winning American chef and restauranteur who specializes in traditional Mexican cuisine with modern interpretations. On…

EPISODE 123 | September 12, 2014

Yahoo Drops A Bombe-shell: Picks Up Kerry Diamond

Published September 12th, 2014 Running time: 4 Minutes Kerry Diamond, producer of Radio Cherry Bombe, discusses her new position as…

EPISODE 123 | October 10, 2014

Brooklyn Winery – The Big Crush

Published October 10th, 2014 Running time: 6 Minutes By Austin Sherman Brooklyn Winery, located in Williamsburg, brings wine making into…

EPISODE 123 | February 26, 2015

Sugarlands Distilling Company on The Speakeasy

We’re talking Moonshine today on The Speakeasy as host Damon Boelte is joined by Brent Thompson from Sugarlands Distilling Company….

EPISODE 122 | September 12, 2014

Recreating Ancient Wine: Bronze-Age Wine Cellar Found in Israel

Published September 12th, 2014 Running time: 4 Minutes A huge wine cellar was unearthed in an ancient Bronze Age palace…

EPISODE 122 | October 6, 2014

Decline of Fast Food

Published October 6th, 2014 Running time: 3 Minutes By Talia Ralph HRN Host Talia Ralph speaks with pro blogger, Mike…

EPISODE 122 | February 20, 2015

Immigration to and from Mexico

Published February 20th, 2015 Running time: 6 Minutes By Yvette Cabrera & Amrita Gupta Half a million farmworkers in the…

EPISODE 121 | September 11, 2014

J is for Jello

Published September 11th, 2014 Running time: 5 Minutes Tune in for a special series on the history of food, brought…

EPISODE 121 | September 30, 2014

NOT THAT WEED! Asian Weed Takes Over CT

Published September 30th, 2014 Running time: 3 Minutes By Alice Marcus Krieg & Carmen DeVito Alice Marcus Krieg and Carmen…

EPISODE 121 | February 19, 2015

Food+Enterprise 2015: TJ Murphy of BaldorFood

Published February 19th, 2015 Running time: 20 Minutes By Erin Fairbanks Join HRN as Erin Fairbanks talks to the CEO…

EPISODE 120 | September 10, 2014

Edward Lee: Mind of a Chef Preview

Published September 10th, 2014 Running time: 40 Minutes Erin Fairbanks chats with chef Edward Lee, a Korean-American who grew up…

EPISODE 120 | September 30, 2014

Smart Phone Mania: What Does it Mean for Print?

Published September 30th, 2014 Running time: 3 Minutes By Julia Turshen With the release of the iPhone6 – smart phones…

EPISODE 120 | February 13, 2015

Food + Enterprise Andrew Kimball

Published February 13th, 2015 Running time: 9 Minutes By Erin Fairbanks Join HRN as Erin Fairbanks talks to Andrew Kimball…

EPISODE 119 | September 9, 2014

David Chang: Taste Maker

Published September 9th, 2014 Running time: 3 Minutes From ramen to cereal milk ice cream, David Chang’s opinions on taste…

EPISODE 119 | September 30, 2014

Slow Food Turns 25: Dana Cowin Reflects

Published September 30th, 2014 Running time: 3 Minutes By Julia Turshen Dana Cowin, Editor in Chief of Food & Wine…

EPISODE 119 | January 29, 2015

How Do Chia Seeds Grow?: On "The Farm Report"

Ever wondered how chia seeds really grow? On The Farm Report, host Erin Fairbanks gets the scoop from guest John…

EPISODE 118 | September 8, 2014

Tasting the Music

Published August 12th, 2014 Running time: 4 Minutes The OutsideLands Music and Arts Festival in San Francisco has a delicious…

EPISODE 118 | September 29, 2014

Ginseng Under Threat: Harvested Faster Than it Can Grow

Published September 29th, 2014 Running time: 6 Minutes By Amrita Gupta Biologist Dr James McGraw of West Virginia University tells…

EPISODE 118 | January 22, 2015

Exploring Animal Welfare

This week on The Farm Report, host Erin Fairbanks is getting some expert opinions on recent newsworthy stories coming from…

EPISODE 118 | June 18, 2015

Cheesemaking Drought? CA Water Shortage Impacting Cheese Makers

Published June 18th, 2015 Running time: 5 Minutes We have heard a lot about how the CA drought is impacting…

EPISODE 117 | September 5, 2014

I Can’t Have What?: Chef Gimme the Ketchup

Published September 5th, 2014 Running time: 4 Minutes On September 5th, an article in NBC news reports that Mad Fresh…

EPISODE 117 | September 26, 2014

A Vegetable Walks into a Bar: Savory Flavors & Energy Bars

Published September 26th, 2012 Running time: 6 Minutes By Austin Sherman Mel & Patricia Ziegler speak to HRN about SLOW,…

EPISODE 117 | January 8, 2015

Composting with FOR Solutions

Learn about the future of composting on the 2015 season debut of What Doesn’t Kill You! Katy Keiffer is joined…

EPISODE 117 | June 15, 2015

April Bloomfield’s Favorite Salad: Bitter Greens & Bitter Flavors

Published June 15th, 2015 Running time: 3 Minutes In Episode 240 of The Food Seen, Chef April Bloomfield is in…

EPISODE 116 | August 28, 2014

Matt Wong of Sherry-Lehmann Wines & Spirits

On this week’s episode of The Speakeasy meet Matt Wong. Matt was not always on the path to make his…

EPISODE 116 | September 26, 2014

Farmers Lead the Way: Climate Change Summit

Published September 26th, 2014 Running time: 4 Minutes By Austin Sherman Farmer Seth Jacobs explains why it’s important that each…

EPISODE 116 | January 4, 2015

Bar Management & Agave with Ryan Fitzgerald

Damon Boelte chats with Ryan Fitzgerald of Del Maguey Mezcal and the forthcoming ABV bar in San Francisco on this…

EPISODE 116 | June 15, 2015

Five Feet of Seaweed: Sustainable Cooking in Big Sur

Published June 15th, 2015 Running time: 4 Minutes In Episode 234 of The Food Seen, Chef John Cox of Sierra…

EPISODE 115 | August 28, 2014

Poke: The Next Big Thing?

Published August 28th, 2014 Running time: 3 Minutes By Jack Inslee Jack Inslee chats with Honolulu Fish Company owner and…

EPISODE 115 | September 26, 2014

Women Are Not Down on the Farm: Numbers Lower for Females

Published September 26th, 2014 Running time: 4 Minutes By Nancy Gagliardi USDA Census of Agriculture stats on women farmers indicate…

EPISODE 115 | December 11, 2014

Steal this Dandelion: Foraging with Wildman Steve Brill

Published November 21st, 2014 Running time: 8 Minutes By Caitlin Pierce Wildman Steve Brill continues to lead foraging expeditions in…

EPISODE 115 | June 8, 2015

Dr. Temple Grandin at Slow Meat 2015

Published June 8th, 2015 Running time: 55 Minutes The Slow Meat 2015 Symposium and Fair recently took place from June…

EPISODE 114 | August 23, 2014

Why Is NY Brisket Best?

Published August 22nd, 2014 Running time: 3 Minutes What makes New York the “King” of brisket? Patrick Martins shares his…

EPISODE 114 | September 25, 2014

Salmonella from Peanuts?: First Ever Felony Conviction in Food Safety Case

Published September 25th, 2014 Running time: 4 Minutes By Yvette Cabrera For the first time ever in the United States,…

EPISODE 114 | November 21, 2014

0% Waste, 100% Gain: The New Face of Food Rescue

Published November 21st, 2014 Running time: 4 Minutes By Elizabeth Saxe Zero Percent in Chicago is delivering food waste to…

EPISODE 114 | May 29, 2015

The Magic Foodbus

Host Eliza Loehr interviews 7 high school students from Proctor Academy. The students are part of a program called Mountain…

EPISODE 113 | August 23, 2014

Are Private Chefs Ruining Burning Man?

Published August 22nd, 2014 Running time: 5 Minutes Burning Man participants are getting richer and more extravagant – some even…

EPISODE 113 | September 25, 2014

The Push to Clean Investing: Rockefeller Foundation Makes Big Announcement

Published September 25th, 2014 Running time: 4 Minutes By Nancy Gagliardi The announcement from The Rockefeller Bros Foundation this week…

EPISODE 113 | November 14, 2014

Rooftop Salt! The Story of Urban Sproule

Published November 14th, 2014 Running time: 5 Minutes By Elizabeth Saxe Salt isn’t the first thing you think of when…

EPISODE 113 | May 1, 2015

Saxelby Scholars

Part of our mission here at Heritage Radio Network is to bring you new voices you don’t hear on mainstream…

EPISODE 112 | August 20, 2014

A Taste of Birmingham

Published August 20th, 2014 Running time: 7 Minutes Chris Hastings is carving out his own space in Birmingham with Hot…

EPISODE 112 | September 24, 2014

Rosh Hashanah Special

Published September 16th, 2012 Running time: 6 Minutes By Devra Ferst We celebrate Rosh Hashana with a look back at…

EPISODE 112 | November 9, 2014

Fish Meets Fashion

Published November 10th, 2014 Running time: 7 Minutes By Austin Sherman Fish leather is on the rise as a popular…

EPISODE 112 | April 24, 2015

The Breach Film : Interview with Mark Titus

On this special update, Erin Fairbanks, host of The Farm Report, interviews the man behind The Breach, Mark Titus. They…

EPISODE 111 | July 31, 2014

Mexico in a Glass

Published July 31st, 2014 Running time: 7 Minutes Ask most people what makes a drink Mexican and Tequila will probably…

EPISODE 111 | September 23, 2014

People’s Climate March Recap: Voices from the March

Published September 23rd, 2014 Running time: 6 Minutes By Caitlin Pierce, Allison Hamlin, Austin Sherman, Amrita Gupta & Yvette Cabrera…

EPISODE 111 | November 6, 2014

The Lagunitas Story

Hear about one of the breweries that put American craft beer on the map, Lagunitas, on a brand new episode…

EPISODE 111 | April 13, 2015

Great Grains Panel at the Food Book Fair

Founded in 2012, The Food Book Fair celebrates the intersection of food culture and food systems and a ton more….

EPISODE 110 | July 29, 2014

F is for Fake

Published July 28th, 2014 Running time: 5 Minutes Tune in for a special series on the history of food, brought…

EPISODE 110 | September 22, 2014

McUnion: McDonald’s to be Held Jointly Liable

Published September 22nd, 2014 Running time: 4 Minutes By Eliza Loehr National Labor Relations Board ruled that McDonald’s could be…

EPISODE 110 | November 6, 2014

Women and the Media: Anna Sale and Grace Bonney on Podcasts

On a very special episode of After the Jump, Grace Bonney sits down with podcast hero Anna Sale. Anna Sale…

EPISODE 110 | April 13, 2015

Lentil Underground with Liz Carlisle

Tune in as Erin Fairbanks sits down in studio with journalist and author Liz Carlisle all about her new book…

EPISODE 109 | July 25, 2014

E is for Espresso

Published July 25th, 2014 Running time: 5 Minutes Tune in for a special series on the history of food, brought…

EPISODE 109 | September 22, 2014

Food Crimes Unit: The Future of Organized Crime?

Published September 22nd, 2014 Running time: 4 Minutes By Elizabeth Kulas Following the British Government’s decision to establish a dedicated…

EPISODE 109 | October 31, 2014

Superstorm Sandy: Red Hook Two Years Later

Published October 31st, 2014 Running time: 4 Minutes By Elizabeth Saxe After Sandy, Red Hook, Brooklyn, was destroyed by flood…

EPISODE 109 | April 10, 2015

A Tour of Cain Vineyards

Cradled in a spectacular bowl overlooking the Napa Valley from the crest of the Spring Mountain District, Cain Vineyard &…

EPISODE 108 | July 24, 2014

Chris Jaeckle of All’onda

Leiti Hsu is back for a brand new episode of WORD OF MOUTH after a brief hiatus! She’s full of…

EPISODE 108 | September 21, 2014

Migrant Justice: #PCM The Forefront of Change

Published September 21st, 2014 Running time: 4 Minutes By Amrita Gupta How are migrant workers in the US affected by…

EPISODE 108 | October 20, 2014

Pumpkin Spice Beer? Craft Community Weighs In

Published October 20th, 2014 Running time: 3 Minutes By Jack Inslee Love it or hate it, it’s that time of…

EPISODE 108 | April 10, 2015

Let’s Get Real – Breast Milk – Now in Our New, Lactoccino!

Erica Wides celebrates 125 episode of Let’s Get Real by going back to the basics — milk! What makes breastmilk…

EPISODE 107 | July 24, 2014

D is for Dessert

Published July 25th, 2014 Running time: 5 Minutes Tune in for a special series on the history of food, brought…

EPISODE 107 | September 21, 2014

National Resources Defense Council: #PCM We Have the Solutions

Published September 21st, 2014 Running time: 7 Minutes By Eliza Loehr We’re on the line with Mark Izeman, Senior Attorney…

EPISODE 107 | October 6, 2014

Honeybees: Why Should We Care

Published October 6th, 2014 Running time: 8 Minutes By Laura del Campo By bicycle alone, Jana Kinsman maintains beehives in…

EPISODE 107 | March 20, 2015

Food First: A Talk with Eric Holt-Gimenez

Heritage Radio Network was thrilled to cover the JUST FOOD CONFERENCE 2015, an annual 1-day opportunity for the general public,…

EPISODE 106 | July 21, 2014

C is for Cheese

Tune in for a special series on the history of food, brought to you one letter at a time. In…

EPISODE 106 | September 21, 2014

Bushwick on Climate: #PCM It Takes Everyone

Published September 21st, 2014 Running time: 7 Minutes By Laura del Campo Maggie Cheney, founding member of EcoStation NY and…

EPISODE 106 | October 6, 2014

The Tipping Point: Tipped Minimum Wage Hurts Women

Published October 6th, 2014 Running time: 3 Minutes By Caitlin Pierce The National Women’s Law Center released a study describing…

EPISODE 106 | February 16, 2015

Mexico’s Obesity Crisis: Is NAFTA to Blame?

Published February 16th, 2015 Running time: 10 Minutes By Yvette Cabrera and Amrita Gupta NAFTA was signed in 1994. Soon…

EPISODE 105 | July 10, 2014

Episode 41

Elaine Johnson of Sunset and the band TEEN: On today’s episode of Sharp & Hot, learn about cooking from The…

EPISODE 105 | September 21, 2014

The Organic Revolution: #PCM We know who is Responsible

Published September 21st, 2014 Running time: 6 Minutes By Austin Sherman Jim Gerritsen, Owner of Wood Prairie Farms, is taking…

EPISODE 105 | September 22, 2014

Why Chefs Matter: Kyle Mendehall on the Sustainable Food Summit

Published September 22nd, 2014 Running time: 5 Minutes By Laura del Campo Kyle Mendenhall, Executive Chef at Kitchen restaurants shares…

EPISODE 105 | February 12, 2015

Food + Enterprise Summit 2015 Preview

Published February 12th, 2015 Running time: 12 Minutes By Erin Fairbanks Join HRN for a preview of the Food +…

EPISODE 104 | July 10, 2014

Episode 191

This week on Eat Your Words, host Talia Ralph gets into the meat and grits of Southern food with Francis…

EPISODE 104 | September 21, 2014

The Scoop on the Summit: #PCM What’s at Stake

Published September 21st, 2014 Running time: 4 Minutes By Austin Sherman & Yvette Cabrera What you need to know about…

EPISODE 104 | September 22, 2014

Cereal: A Dying Tradition?

Published September 22nd, 2014 Running time: 6 Minutes By Austin Sherman, Caitlin Pierce, Allison Hamlin, Elizabeth Kulas & Elizabeth Saxe…

EPISODE 104 | January 30, 2015

Essential Native Perennials: Ruth Clausen @ Plantorama

Heritage Radio Network was a proud media sponsor for PLANT-O-RAMA 2015, an annual 1-day TRADE SHOW, SYMPOSIUM, and JOBS FAIR…

EPISODE 103 | July 9, 2014

B is for Blood Sausage

Tune in for a special series on the history of food, brought to you one letter at a time. In…

EPISODE 103 | September 19, 2014

Return of the Bison: NBA in Support of Bison

Published September 19th, 2014 Running time: 9 Minutes By Laura del Campo 50 million head down to 1,000. Dave Carter,…

EPISODE 103 | September 21, 2014

Anna Lappé: #PCM Forefront of Change

Published September 21st, 2014 Running time: 6 Minutes By Caitlin Pierce Anna Lappé, food systems expert and advocate for sustainable…

EPISODE 103 | January 30, 2015

Creating Living Landscapes: Doug Tallamy @ Plantorama

Heritage Radio Network was a proud media sponsor for PLANT-O-RAMA 2015, an annual 1-day TRADE SHOW, SYMPOSIUM, and JOBS FAIR…

EPISODE 102 | July 6, 2014

History of Peanut Butter

Across America’s diverse kitchens and cuisines, peanut butter is perhaps the closest thing to a universal staple. Listen in and…

EPISODE 102 | September 14, 2014

After the Jump: Compassion & Success

Published September 14th, 2014 Running time: 30 Minutes Grace Bonney, host of After the Jump, talks to listeners about one…

EPISODE 102 | September 19, 2014

Apple Pay: Resaurants Should Get on Board

Published September 19th, 2014 Running time: 2 Minutes By Eliza Loehr Hospitality Industry Lawyer Jasmine Moy on how the new…

EPISODE 102 | January 18, 2015

"Bay to Tray" in Monterey on "Inside School Food"

There is perhaps no city in the nation more strongly associated with fish than Monterey, CA, home to the world-famous…

EPISODE 101 | July 4, 2014

4th of July Jamboree

Check out a clip of Odetta Hartman LIVE on GUNWASH! She’ll be playing at a 4th of July Concert at…

EPISODE 101 | September 14, 2014

Wine Fraud: How Restaurants Prevent It

Published September 14th, 2014 Running time: 6 Minutes A wine expert, who had obtained fake Brunello and Rosso di Montalcino…

EPISODE 101 | September 19, 2014

Students Climate March: #PCM Build the Future

Published September 19th, 2014 Running time: 4 Minutes By Emma Hammond As part of our coverage of the upcoming People’s…

EPISODE 101 | December 18, 2014

The Incredible World of Fungi

Mycologist Tradd Cotter. Go deep into the incredible world of fungi on a brand new episode of Sharp & Hot!…

EPISODE 100 | July 3, 2014

History of Pizza

Eaten straight from the oven or out of the box, pizza holds a special place in the collective American diet….

EPISODE 100 | September 8, 2014

Coffee Doom: How Climate Change is Changing Coffee

Published September 8th, 2014 Running time: 4 Minutes Over the spring and summer we’ve been hearing a lot about the…

EPISODE 100 | September 19, 2014

Biodiversity and Climate: PCM, The Debate is Over

Published September 19th, 2014 Running time: 5 Minutes By Caitlin Pierce How does climate change affect biodiversity? How should we…

EPISODE 100 | December 7, 2014

IQ2US Debate: Genetically Modified Food

Published December 7th, 2014 Running time: 9 Minutes Across the country and around the world, communities are fighting the cultivation…

EPISODE 99 | July 3, 2014

A is for Ale

Tune in for a special series on the history of food, brought to you one letter at a time. In…

EPISODE 99 | September 5, 2014

Ethics of the Oyster: Can We Save our Fisherman?

Published September 5th, 2014 Running time: 8 Minutes We join Bren Smith of Thimble Island Oysters on his ocean farm….

EPISODE 99 | September 19, 2014

No Farms, No Food: #PCM Front Lines of Change

Published September 19th, 2014 Running time: 4 Minutes By Caitlin Pierce The United Nations will host leaders from around the…

EPISODE 99 | December 5, 2014

GMO’s Win? The People’s Choice Over GM Foods

Across the country and around the world, communities are fighting the cultivation of genetically engineered crops. Are they safe? How…

EPISODE 98 | June 24, 2014

Bompas & Parr’s Funland

For a very special extra edition of THE FOOD SEEN, our favorite British jellymongers Bompas & Parr, known for hosting…

EPISODE 98 | September 1, 2014

Fast Food Moves: Burger King Buys Tim Hortons

Published September 1st, 2014 Running time: 3 Minutes Erin Fairbanks speaks with Flash Talks Cash host JoAnn Fleming about the…

EPISODE 98 | September 18, 2014

Food Arts Closing – Irene

Published September 18th, 2014 Running time: 7 Minutes Irene Sax talks about the closing of Food Arts Magazine By Erin…

EPISODE 98 | December 5, 2014

An Apple A Day

An apple a day is what doctors are now prescribing patients in a new program that is targeting obesity in…

EPISODE 97 | June 20, 2014

World Cup // Rio Food

To celebrate the World Cup in Brazil, Jessica B. Harris shares some of her favorite spots to eat in Rio…

EPISODE 97 | August 29, 2014

Wine World Loss: Philippine de Rothschild

Published August 29th, 2014 Running time: 3 Minutes Saturday August 24th the wine world lost Philippine de Rothschild. According to…

EPISODE 97 | September 18, 2014

Sake 101

Published September 18th, 2014 Running time: 19 Minutes Steve Vuylsteke, President of Sake One, gives an insider’s look into the…

EPISODE 97 | November 27, 2014

Give to Receive: The Health Benefits of Giving

Published November 26th, 2014 Running time: 4 Minutes By Nancy Gagliardi & Jack Inslee Research shows that charitable acts boost…

EPISODE 96 | June 13, 2014

Duckathlon

For this weekend’s Duckathlon, you won’t have to wear your tennis shoes. Duckathlon teams will compete against others in challenges…

EPISODE 96 | August 29, 2014

Ferguson McDonalds: A Perspective from the Scene

Published August 29th, 2014 Running time: 3 Minutes By Caitlin Pierce The central location of the 24 hour McDonalds in…

EPISODE 96 | September 18, 2014

US Job Growth Slips: Where Do Restaurants Stand

Published September 18th, 2014 Running time: 3 Minutes A new report shows that in August, 70,000 less jobs were added…

EPISODE 96 | November 27, 2014

Give to Receive: The Health Benefits of Giving

Published November 26th, 2014 Running time: 4 Minutes By Nancy Gagliardi & Jack Inslee Research shows that charitable acts boost…

EPISODE 95 | June 8, 2014

The Cutting Edge

More and more Americans are finding love in a very unusual place, the grocery store. Whole Foods has been setting…

EPISODE 95 | August 29, 2014

Where’s the Whiskey? Preparing for Global Whiskey Shortage

Published August 29th, 2014 Running time: 3 Minutes Is there really a global whiskey shortage? Damon Boelte chats with Han…

EPISODE 95 | September 14, 2014

Foods Arts Closing: Reflections with Jim Poris

Published September 14th, 2014 Running time: 7 Minutes Jim Poris, Senior Editor of Food Arts, reflects on the magazine’s closing….

EPISODE 95 | November 21, 2014

Education Iconoclasts: The History of Food School

Published November 21st 2014 Running time: 70 Minutes This “Evolutionaries” mash-up features three women who are pulling back the curtain…

EPISODE 94 | May 30, 2014

The Cutting Edge

The tools we use in whatever we’re doing are crucial to our success. The knife is your most important tool…

EPISODE 94 | August 29, 2014

Poisonous Packaging: Are we at risk?

Published August 29th, 2014 Running time: 2 Minutes Have you ever thought about the packaging your food comes in? A…

EPISODE 94 | September 14, 2014

Fast Food Future?: On the passing of Chick-fil-A’s Founder

Published September 14th, 2014 Running time: 5 Minutes The founder of the national fast food chain marks the end of…

EPISODE 94 | November 20, 2014

To Beef or Not to Beef

This week on The Farm Report, host Erin Fairbanks welcomes Nicolette Hahn Niman, author of “Defending Beef: The Case for…

EPISODE 93 | May 25, 2014

Drink Farmhouse Cider

The variety of American craft ciders available on the market is growing making this summer a great time to explore…

EPISODE 93 | August 28, 2014

Cooking With Fire: Nick Anderer of Marta

Published August 28th, 2014 Running time: 6 Minutes By Erin Fairbanks Acclaimed chef, Nick Anderer, is set to open Marta…

EPISODE 93 | September 12, 2014

Foods Arts Closing: Reflections with Beverly Stephen

Published August 28th, 2014 Running time: 3 Minutes On September 11th, M. Shanken Communications Incorporated announced the closing of Food…

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Dinner Lab Brings us Diner Options: Good for the Industry?

Published September 12th, 2014 Running time: 3 Minutes Listen in as Elizabeth Kulas speaks with Shanna Pacifico about the rise…

EPISODE 93 | November 7, 2014

Exploring Multispecies Production: Will Harris of White Oak Pastures

This week on The Farm Report, host Erin Fairbanks is on the line with Will Harris from White Oak Pastures….

EPISODE 92 | May 23, 2014

Ask The Meat Man – Ep. #1

Welcome to Ask The Meat Man, a weekly call in-show where listeners get meat tips from Louis Fantasma of Paradise…

EPISODE 92 | August 23, 2014

Nestle’s Animal Welfare

Published August 22nd, 2014 Running time: 3 Minutes Nestle plans to implement new animal welfare regulations. Is this meaningful change…

EPISODE 92 | September 9, 2014

Win for Wildlife: BP on the hook for $18B

Published September 9th, 2014 Running time: 3 Minutes On Thursday September 5th Judge Carl J. Barbier, found BP Grossly Negligent…

EPISODE 92 | October 20, 2014

What is Baby Food? HRN’s A Taste of the Past Finds Out

Were you a Gerber baby? This week on A Taste of the Past, host Linda Pelaccio is talking the history…

EPISODE 91 | May 9, 2014

The New Old Fashioned

The Old Fashioned may seem like the classic drink to end all classic drinks, but it’s actually gone through many…

EPISODE 91 | August 23, 2014

Cheese Stuck in Transit

Published August 22nd, 2014 Running time: 3 Minutes The EU exports 257 thousand pounds of cheese to Russia annually. What…

EPISODE 91 | September 8, 2014

Joan Rivers

Published September 8th, 2014 Running time: 6 Minutes Joan Rivers was infamous for riling PETA agitators with her fur wearing,…

EPISODE 91 | October 14, 2014

Paleo Invades Whole Foods (In Northern California at Least)

Published October 10th, 2014 Running time: 4 Minutes By Brian Reno Whole Foods summer partnership with a popular Paleo blog…

EPISODE 90 | May 7, 2014

50 Best: Le Bernardin

For the ninth consecutive year Le Bernardin has been named on S.Pellegrino’s list of the world’s top 50 best restaurants,…

EPISODE 90 | August 22, 2014

Cider in "The Industry"

Published August 21th, 2014 Running time: 7 Minutes Sommeliers, Beverage Directors, and Restaurateurs share their thoughts on cider while tasting…

EPISODE 90 | September 8, 2014

NYC Food Policy under Mayor de Blasio

Published September 5th, 2014 Running time: 8 Minutes Barbara Turk, Director of Food Policy under Mayor Bill de Blasio gives…

EPISODE 90 | October 7, 2014

The Italian Garden Project

This week on We Dig Plants, hosts Carmen DeVito and Alice Marcus Krieg are talking Italy! The show opens with…

EPISODE 89 | May 7, 2014

The World’s 50 Best: EMP

Manhattan fine dining restaurant, Eleven Madison Park has no lack of well-deserved awards and accolades. Four stars from The New…

EPISODE 89 | August 14, 2014

Liza de Guia

Meet Liza de Guia, a documentarian, television host and videographer who’s changing the way we see what we eat. Her…

EPISODE 89 | September 5, 2014

A Sea In FlamesA Sea In Flames: Carl Safina on Halliburton $1.1B settlement

Published September 5th, 2014 Running time: 3 Minutes The NYT reports that Halliburton has reached a 1.1 billion dollar settlement…

EPISODE 89 | October 6, 2014

What is Baby Food?: History, Trends, and Food Safety

Published October 6th, 2014 Running time: 8 Minutes By Elizabeth Saxe The baby food industry is changing fast. With organic,…

EPISODE 88 | May 7, 2014

James Beard Awards 2014

The 2014 James Beard Awards Ceremony took place this year on Cinco De Mayo, May 5th, 2014 at the David…

EPISODE 88 | August 14, 2014

Social Media Primer

Get a social media primer from Grace Bonney on an essential episode of After the Jump! She breaks down the…

EPISODE 88 | September 5, 2014

California Fish Kill: Drought and the Trinity Solution

Published September 5th, 2014 Running time: 3 Minutes Between California’s drought and agricultural demands of the central valley, there has…

EPISODE 88 | September 28, 2014

Lunch Lessons from Teenage Chefs

Want fresh, USDA-compliant meals that kids will get excited about? How about putting kids in charge? Cooking Up Change does…

EPISODE 87 | May 1, 2014

Grilled Cheese, Please

In celebration of grilled cheese day, grilled cheese guru Mackenzie Smith gives some ideas for creative grilled cheeses and what…

EPISODE 87 | August 14, 2014

True Grain Digest

Published August 14th, 2014 Running time: 11 Minutes We mill grain with Bruce Stewart in True Grain Bread in Cowichan…

EPISODE 87 | September 5, 2014

Joan Rivers: Our fondest memories

Published September 5th, 2014 Running time: 4 Minutes Joan Rivers sadly passed away at the age of 81 on September…

EPISODE 87 | September 26, 2014

Chili Peppers: Pleasure in Pain

Published September 26th, 2014 Running time: 4 Minutes By Emma Hammond Go beyond the surface with chili peppers on this…

EPISODE 86 | May 1, 2014

MCC Mixology Class

The 2014 Manhattan Cocktail Classic is just around the corner. We are sharing an insider’s look at some of this…

EPISODE 86 | August 8, 2014

A New Whey of Thinking

Published August 8th, 2014 Running time: 9 Minutes What do plastic wrap, electricity and road salt have in common? They…

EPISODE 86 | September 4, 2014

UN on the Ebola Food Crisis

Published September 4th, 2014 Running time: 4 Minutes By Eliza Loehr Listen in as Eliza Loehr speaks with Vincent Martin…

EPISODE 86 | September 25, 2014

Farmer Lee Jones of The Chef’s Garden

This week on All in the Industry, Shari Bayer is joined by the who’s who of farming, Farmer Lee Jones….

EPISODE 85 | April 27, 2014

American Vermouth

American vermouth has the pioneering American spirit of breaking away from old traditions to make something even better. By Caitlin…

EPISODE 85 | August 1, 2014

Inspiration

Published August 1st, 2014 Running time: 4 Minutes For an artist whose livelihood relies on creativity, finding ongoing sources of…

EPISODE 85 | September 4, 2014

Pay Rent or Buy Food?: Food Insecurity in America

Published September 4th, 2014 Running time: 4 Minutes By Erin Fairbanks Erin Fairbanks talks with the Executive Director of St….

EPISODE 85 | September 11, 2014

Healthy Happy Meals Bill

Published September 11th, 2014 Running time: 9 Minutes Recently City Council Member Ben Kallos has introduced legislation to create a…

EPISODE 84 | April 25, 2014

Rummertime

It’s been a long winter, and the sun is finally here. We’re raising our glasses to summer with these sweet,…

EPISODE 84 | July 31, 2014

Executive Chef Anita Lo and Sous Chef Mary Attea

Published July 31st, 2014 Running time: 45 Minutes Go behind Annisa on a brand new episode of Radio Cherry Bombe….

EPISODE 84 | September 4, 2014

2013 Report Finds: Americans Still Food Insecure

Published September 4th, 2014 Running time: 4 Minutes By Jack Inslee Listen in as Jack Inslee speaks with the Executive…

EPISODE 84 | September 11, 2014

FERN: A new era of Food Media

Published September 11th, 2014 Running time: 12 Minutes George Black, editor at large for Food and Environment Reporting Network (FERN),…

EPISODE 83 | April 24, 2014

MCC Nordic Sunday Supper

Nordic Sunday lunches as the heart of Scandinavian culture- being with family during the day, drinking cocktails and food with…

EPISODE 83 | July 31, 2014

Chef Payton Curry on "Edibles"

Published July 31st, 2014 Running time: 30 Minutes This week on Eating Disorder, the guys welcome the “edibles” expert, Chef…

EPISODE 83 | September 3, 2014

Right to Farm?: Who controls our land?

Published September 3rd, 2014 Running time: 3 Minutes All 50 States have some form of a “Right to Farm” law…

EPISODE 83 | September 11, 2014

Making Food Affordable : Strategies for change with Wholesome Wave

Published September 11th, 2014 Running time: 6 Minutes On September 2, in an article published by The Atlantic.com, James Hamblin…

EPISODE 82 | April 24, 2014

Drink To Learn

In New Orleans, cocktail historian Elizabeth Pearce is telling her city’s history one drink at a time. By Talia Ralph

EPISODE 82 | July 30, 2014

Frontier of American Viticulture

Published July 30th, 2014 Running time: 10 Minutes Tune in for a specListen in as Gail and Ken Albert show…

EPISODE 82 | September 3, 2014

Regulating Agriculture: Understanding Right to Farm

Published September 3rd, 2014 Running time: 3 Minutes Jason Foscolo of The Food Law Firm: Foscolo & Handel PLCC: Legal…

EPISODE 82 | September 5, 2014

Carolyn Steel: What is the Value of Taste?

Published September 5th, 2014 Running time: 4 Minutes Cities would not exist without agriculture, but the invisibility of the modern…

EPISODE 81 | April 21, 2014

The Backyard Buckeye

Though your grocery store freezer might indicate otherwise, America has a rich history of diverse chicken breeds. Those who know…

EPISODE 81 | July 25, 2014

100% Fisherman

Published July 25th, 2014 Running time: 7 Minutes A fisherman in St. John Virgin Islands is not the only one…

EPISODE 81 | September 1, 2014

Back To School Food – Encouraging Signs in School Food

Published September 1st, 2014 Running time: 7 Minutes By Jack Inslee Listen in as Jack Inslee talks with Inside School…

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Workers Left Behind: Labor Issues in Restaurants

Published September 1st, 2014 Running time: 4 Minutes By Bitsy Kipping Bitsy Kipping speaks with journalist Tom Philpott about his…

EPISODE 80 | April 11, 2014

Just Food Retrospective

A retrospective of this year’s Just Food conference. By Caitlin Pierce

EPISODE 80 | July 24, 2014

Canal Junction Farmstead Cheese

Meet Brian Schlatter from Canal Junction Farmstead Cheese, where the higest quality milk is turned into delicious Handmade – Artisan…

EPISODE 80 | August 27, 2014

Why is America so fat?

Published August 25th, 2014 Running time: 4 Minutes Why is America so fat? A recent article by Sam Apple in…

EPISODE 80 | August 28, 2014

Food Ban Riles Russians

Published August 28th, 2014 Running time: 4 Minutes By Bitsy Kipping Russia has imposed sanctions on Western food. Jennifer Eremeeva,…

EPISODE 79 | April 11, 2014

PSA Taste of the Nation

Taste of the Nation PSA for Share our Strength. By Caitlin Pierce Image from D Guides

EPISODE 79 | July 20, 2014

Food Policy Council

NYC’s food landscape needs an overhaul, and if Amanda Melpolder and NYC Council Member Ben Kallos have their way, it’s…

EPISODE 79 | August 26, 2014

Napa Earthquake: No worries for tourists

Published August 26th, 2014 Running time: 3 Minutes Worried about traveling to the Napa Valley post Quake? Clay Gregory President…

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Vandana Shiva: What to think, with Tom Philpott

Published August 26th, 2014 Running time: 12 Minutes By Erin Fairbanks Michael Specter’s, August 24th “Seeds of Doubt” piece, published…

EPISODE 78 | April 11, 2014

Food Tech Retrospective

A retrospective of this year’s Food+Tech conference. By Caitlin Pierce

EPISODE 78 | July 15, 2014

Hacking the Future of Food

From June 27th to 29th, Applegate Farms, Chipotle, Google, and the B&B Hospitality Group got together to work on innovative…

EPISODE 78 | August 20, 2014

American Catch

Published August 20th, 2014 Running time: 6 Minutes Paul Greenberg, author of Four Fish and American Catch, joins Erin Fairbanks…

EPISODE 78 | August 25, 2014

Napa Earthquake: Quake Rocks Bluegrass Plays

Published August 25th, 2014 Running time: 3 Minutes By Erin Fairbanks In the aftermath of the California Quake, Kip Ramsey…

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Napa Earthquake: Harvest Concerns

Published August 25th, 2014 Running time: 3 Minutes By Erin Fairbanks In the aftermath of the California Quake we speak…

EPISODE 77 | April 11, 2014

Afro-Vegan at FBF

Bryant Terry’s book Afro-Vegan has vegan recipes inspired by and contextualized within the African diaspora. Bryant will explore how his…

EPISODE 77 | July 13, 2014

Rendition

Renderers “recycle” whole animals to make new ingredients – except for one part. This piece was brought to you by…

EPISODE 77 | August 15, 2014

Autism, Food & KultureCity

Published August 14th, 2014 Running time: 40 Minutes What affect does food have on children suffering from autism? In this…

EPISODE 77 | August 25, 2014

Vandana Shiva Questioned: Anti GMO Community’s Response

Published August 25th, 2014 Running time: 4 Minutes By Erin Fairbanks Vandana Shiva, international anti-gmo and anti-globalization advocate, was recently…

EPISODE 76 | March 31, 2014

Tom Colicchio

Julian & Michele Maha sit down with Tom Colicchio to discuss the importance of food for special needs children. Tom…

EPISODE 76 | July 11, 2014

Real Cheese Training

There are some incredible programs at major culinary schools and a variety of classes that offer cheese training. There are…

EPISODE 76 | August 11, 2014

Consumer Reports & The Food World

Published August 11th, 2014 Running time: 3 Minutes Food isn’t the first thing you think of when Consumer Reports comes…

EPISODE 76 | August 18, 2014

Drakes Bay Oysters Closed

Published August 18th, 2014 Running time: 3 Minutes Drakes Bay Oyster Company in Marin County California, producer of over 1/3…

EPISODE 75 | March 27, 2014

ICC 30×30 Louise Leonard

The International Culinary Center is turning 30 – and we want to celebrate! We’re offering a peek behind the curtain…

EPISODE 75 | July 10, 2014

Tools of the Trade

Cocktail Kingdom provides Manhattan’s bartending scene with some of the best equipment out there, sourcing products from Japan, the UK,…

EPISODE 75 | August 8, 2014

Sustainability’s Backstage Pass

Published August 8th, 2014 Running time: 9 Minutes With music festivals come thousands upon thousands of empty beer cans, bottles,…

EPISODE 75 | August 15, 2014

Can Do Attitude

Published August 15th, 2014 Running time: 5 Minutes Hugh Acheson is the chef/partner of the Athens, Ga restaurants; Five &…

EPISODE 74 | March 26, 2014

Bocuse d’Or Team USA

Team USA is gearing up to compete in Bocure d’Or in 2015. The most promising young professionals will have the…

EPISODE 74 | July 6, 2014

Bonnaroo’s Planet Roo

The Bonnaroo Music Festival has matured into an experience that transcends music. In addition to an impressive array of musicians,…

EPISODE 74 | July 9, 2014

Maine Grains Alliance

Amber Lambke gives us a state of the grains field report from her office at Maine Grains Alliance in Skowhegan,…

EPISODE 74 | August 11, 2014

Fresh Air Fund

Published August 11th, 2014 Running time: 4 Minutes A small child runs barefoot through a puddle after summer rain on…

EPISODE 73 | March 25, 2014

30×30: Daisy Martinez

The International Culinary Center is turning 30 – and we want to celebrate! We’re offering a peek behind the curtain…

EPISODE 73 | July 1, 2014

Eat for Equity @ Bonnaroo

Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival, an annual four-day event featuring multiple stages of live music, invited Eat for Equity to…

EPISODE 73 | July 8, 2014

Northeast Cider Craft

We joined cider makers from Aaron Burr, Eden, and Proper Cider at ciderWICK where they shared their philosophies on cider…

EPISODE 73 | July 28, 2014

Masienda: Changing the Color of Corn

Published July 28th, 2014 Running time: 6 Minutes Corn is America’s number one crop. But did you know it comes…

EPISODE 72 | March 24, 2014

30×30: Wylie Dufresne

The International Culinary Center is turning 30 – and we want to celebrate! We’re offering a peek behind the curtain…

EPISODE 72 | June 22, 2014

Milk History

Milk has become the unlikely star of a complex food debate that covers the areas of health, history, agriculture and…

EPISODE 72 | July 6, 2014

Revisiting Storm Atlas

Published July 25th, 2014 Running time: 16 Minutes On Oct. 3, Storm Atlas dumped 4ft of snow on western South…

EPISODE 72 | July 11, 2014

LeBron’s Cleveland Return

LeBron James shocked the sports world on Friday July 11th by announcing his return to the Cleveland Cavaliers. What does…

EPISODE 71 | March 24, 2014

Cheese Seasonality

In a world of industrialized dairy operations that produce milk all year, it may be surprising to find that the…

EPISODE 71 | May 19, 2014

What is Catnip?

Have you ever wondered what Catnip does to cats and might do to your body if you ingested it? You…

EPISODE 71 | July 3, 2014

Rebranding 100 years!

How did 100-year-old institution Russ & Daughters update their brand while nodding to their history? Listen to Episode 76 of…

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UC Global Food Initiative

Janet Napolitano, Chancellor of University of California, has launched a Global Food Initiative that aspires to build a world that…

EPISODE 70 | March 23, 2014

30×30 David Chang

The International Culinary Center is turning 30 – and we want to celebrate! We’re offering a peek behind the curtain…

EPISODE 70 | May 19, 2014

Shopping Made Easy

Tips for the busy parent to use at the grocery store to make shopping a cinch. By Elisabeth “Bitsy” Kipping

EPISODE 70 | June 26, 2014

The Lobster Place Celebrates 40 Years

The Lobster Place celebrates 40 years of business at their Chelsea Market location. The band is lively, the spread is…

EPISODE 70 | July 2, 2014

50 Years of Civil Rights

50 years ago, 1964 The Civil Rights Act was passed. Nicole Taylor, who hosted 162 episodes of Hot Grease from…

EPISODE 69 | March 23, 2014

Celebrity Cookbooks

Cookbooks offer a dynamic way to interact with your favorite musicians. Explore the relationship between persona and personal connection in…

EPISODE 69 | June 26, 2014

Brand Growth

How do you grow a brand without losing the original spirit? Matt Lewis and Renato Poliafito of BAKED Bakery join…

EPISODE 69 | July 1, 2014

Cheesemonger Champion!

The 2014 Cheesemonger Invitational Champion is the wonderful and talented Emily Acosta of Eataly! Emily learned how to make cheese…

EPISODE 68 | March 20, 2014

30×30 Judy Joo

The ICC is turning 30 – and we want to celebrate! We’re offering a peek behind the curtain off the…

EPISODE 68 |

Kitchen Pet Peeves

Everybody’s got pet peeves and there are certain things that drive people crazy working in a kitchen. Dave Arnold, food…

EPISODE 68 | June 26, 2014

Spices with Lior Lev Sercarz

Go behind the scenes with the spice master himself, Lior Lev Sercarz, on a brand new episode of All in…

EPISODE 68 | June 30, 2014

Pasta Flyer: Flying Along

Pasta is everyone’s favorite food, but it has never become fast food. Mark Ladner is changing that with his new…

EPISODE 67 | March 19, 2014

Heartland Food

While many people consider the food from Middle America to be, well, American, it is more than just an specified…

EPISODE 67 | June 25, 2014

Joe Beef’s Bedroom

Published June 6th, 2014 Running time: 5 Minutes Above one of the hottest restaurants in Montreal, there’s a home away…

EPISODE 67 | June 30, 2014

Pacifico’s Fine Foods

Six months ago, chef Shanna Pacifico left her job at Back Forty West, planning to leave New York for good….

EPISODE 66 | March 19, 2014

30×30 Christina Tosi

The International Culinary Center is turning 30 – and we want to celebrate! We’re offering a peek behind the curtain…

EPISODE 66 | June 23, 2014

Hack//Dining: Chipotle

Chipotle’s mission is to change the way people think about and eat fast food, and by participating in Hack//Dining, they…

EPISODE 66 | June 29, 2014

Soy Sauce History

For most of us, soy sauce is little more than a salty side note. What started out as a by-product…

EPISODE 65 | March 18, 2014

30×30: Bobby Flay

The International Culinary Center is turning 30 – and we want to celebrate! We’re offering a peek behind the curtain…

EPISODE 65 | June 13, 2014

Pretzel History

Baked soft or hard. Served salt encrusted or chocolate ensconced. Whether eaten as a common bar snack or an artisanally…

EPISODE 65 | June 22, 2014

The Rise of Northeast Grains

There are exciting developments in the northeast grain shed. June Russell is spearheading GrowNYC Greenmarket’s Regional Grains Project. She brings…

EPISODE 64 | March 6, 2014

Class-y Bread

Bread preferences have been a symbol of high vs. low class throughout the centuries: from white to brown to no…

EPISODE 64 | June 13, 2014

Food Industry Dating Confusion

You may be surprised to discover that Americans waste 40% of our food. Jonathan Bloom, author of American Wasteland, reveals…

EPISODE 64 | June 20, 2014

Hack//Dining: Google

Google’s mission statement is “Don’t be evil,” and by participating in Hack//Dining, they are working toward the greater good. By…

EPISODE 63 | March 5, 2014

Vinegar Past & Present

Don’t call it a comeback. Vinegar has been around as a cooking ingredient, a cleaning agent and a medicinal remedy…

EPISODE 63 | June 10, 2014

Pasta Flyer

Imagine the warmth of Grandma’s cooking transported into an animated quick service setting. Over the past three years – this…

EPISODE 63 | June 20, 2014

Hack//Dining: B&B Group

The Batali & Bastianich Hospitality Group is behind some of the country’s most successful restaurants. Elizabeth Meltz, Food Safety and…

EPISODE 62 | March 4, 2014

Mardi Gras, Crawfish Style

It’s Mardi Gras season in New Orleans, which means that crawfish season is officially in swing. We take a look…

EPISODE 62 | June 6, 2014

Saving Alaska’s Salmon

Alaska has always been known for its fish, and for salmon especially, but most of the state’s wild salmon fisheries…

EPISODE 62 | June 15, 2014

Hack//Dining: Applegate

Applegate Farms’ company mission statement is “Changing the meat we eat,” and by participating in Hack//Dining, they are taking an…

EPISODE 61 | March 3, 2014

The Women of Craft Beer

Craft beer has a burgeoning community of female brewers, sommeliers, etc. A look at how the craft beer movement differs…

EPISODE 61 | June 3, 2014

California Chrome

There’s some real excitement going on in Thoroughbred racing, California Chrome may win the Triple Crown, making him the first…

EPISODE 61 | June 15, 2014

JeffCo Steps Up Their Lunch Game

Linda Stole from Jefferson County, Colorado Food Services found a high quality product in low demand for a great price….

EPISODE 60 | February 28, 2014

Bells Brewery Takes NY

Some consider Larry Bell the utmost authority on the Michigan craft beer scene. On Episode 200 of Beer Sessions, Bell…

EPISODE 60 | May 18, 2014

Insectivorous

Katy Keiffer talks with Chapul Cricket Bars’ Pat Crowley. Chapul bars boast over 60% protein and pioneer the insectivorous revolution….

EPISODE 60 | May 30, 2014

Kickstarting Local Food

Maria Reidelbach’s local food map project aims to bring visitors to Hudson Valley farms in a fun, unconventional way. Learn…

EPISODE 60 | June 8, 2014

Don’t Try This At Home

You can’t compost meat, but meat can be composted. Where meat ends up is becoming as important to customers as…

EPISODE 59 | February 27, 2014

Olive Oil Truths

There has been much controversey surrounding a recent graphic in the NY Times about Olive Oil. Sari Kamin helps us…

EPISODE 59 |

Homebrewing Made Easy

John La Polla of Bitters and Esters tells his story on how he came into homebrewing. Feeling inspired? La Polla…

EPISODE 59 | May 16, 2014

Medicine is Making Us Sick?

How are laws, antibiotics, scary viruses, animals and you all related? Tune in and find out. By Briana Kurtz

EPISODE 59 | May 27, 2014

Seeking Hide

In the second of our series on animal meat waste, we follow the journey of the first piece of the…

EPISODE 59 | May 30, 2014

Autism Friendly Pies

Post Office pies, a hand made pizza restaurant in Birmingham Alabama, is set to be the first autism-friendly restaurant in…

EPISODE 58 | February 27, 2014

JBA // Paul Liebrant & The Elm

We would like to congratulate all of the James Beard Award nominees for 2014! On the second episode of WORD…

EPISODE 58 | May 15, 2014

Animal Meat Waste

Learn about what happens to meat byproducts without feeling bad about it. By Caitlin Pierce

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Word Of Mouth JBFA

The James Beard Awards GALA felt like the world’s most interesting cocktail party. Ever wished that you could be in…

EPISODE 58 | May 30, 2014

Better Chicken Initiative

The US is the world’s largest producer of broiler chickens – raising just under 9 billion each year. Chickens account…

EPISODE 57 | February 26, 2014

JBA // Sean Brock

We would like to congratulate all of the James Beard Award nominees for 2014! On episode 45 of Chef’s Story,…

EPISODE 57 | May 1, 2014

Monarch Decline: A Dire Sign?

The migratory monarch butterfly population has been decimated in recent years, with a total population decline of 90 percent over…

EPISODE 57 | May 13, 2014

Milwaukee’s Specialty Shop

Larry’s Market gave birth to the specialty food market in Milwaukee. But are we still shopping special? A look at…

EPISODE 57 | May 29, 2014

Better Chicken Initiative

The US is the world’s largest producer of broiler chickens – raising just under 9 billion each year. Chickens account…

EPISODE 56 | February 26, 2014

JBA // Rouge Tomate

We would like to congratulate all of the James Beard Award nominees for 2014! On episode 63 of In the…

EPISODE 56 | April 30, 2014

The Dynamic Egg

Other than the question of brown or white, many would agree that an egg, in its raw beginning, is always…

EPISODE 56 | May 13, 2014

Braddock’s Food Revival

James Beard Award semifinalist and Proud Pittsburgher, Kevin Sousa, is the creator of three much-admired eateries in the Steel City,…

EPISODE 56 | May 25, 2014

Memorial Day

Memorial Day has always been a bittersweet holiday. While it traditionally marks the start of summer, it was created as…

EPISODE 55 | February 25, 2014

JBA // Michael Tusk

We would like to congratulate all of the James Beard Award nominees for 2014! On episode 67 of Chef’s Story,…

EPISODE 55 | April 28, 2014

FBF Panel: GMOs w/ MOFAD

Do GMOs pose potential risks to human health and the environment? Can GMO seeds be part of a sustainable agricultural…

EPISODE 55 | May 2, 2014

10 Restauranteur Tips

David Fields is one of Philadelphia’s premiere restaurateurs. He’s behind a .kitchen & Salt, two of the areas best restaurants…

EPISODE 55 | May 22, 2014

Stitcher Recap / Laura D

Heritage Radio Network is a partner with Stitcher for the release of their Listen Later feature, which makes listening to…

EPISODE 55 | June 12, 2015

Insights from Brandon Harding, HRN Intern

Brandon Harding, recently completed his 2 month internship with Heritage Radio Network. Listen in as he shares his experience.

EPISODE 54 | February 24, 2014

The Kids of LaClare Farms

In the tiny community of Malone, Wisconsin, LaClare Farms, a family farm of humble beginnings, has taken the cheese scene…

EPISODE 54 | April 27, 2014

Laurie David is Fed Up

Laurie David, filmmaker of Fed Up and author of The Family Cooks, joins HRN’s Erin Fairbanks in the studio to…

EPISODE 54 | April 29, 2014

Maple Syrup in May?

The maple syrup industry is having a record-breakingly late year, throwing off producers who are also adjusting to a whole…

EPISODE 54 | May 21, 2014

Jeni’s Splendid Ice Cream

Meet Jeni Britton Bauer, the multi-talented chef and entrepreneur behind Jeni’s Splended Ice Cream, a burgeoning artisan ice-cream company centered…

EPISODE 54 | May 29, 2015

Eat Dirt America

Chef Erica Wides of Let’s Get Real passionately shares her understanding of the hygiene hypothesis and explains why she thinks…

EPISODE 53 | February 24, 2014

James Beard – Michael Anthony

We would like to congratulate all of the James Beard Award nominees for 2014! On episode 90 of The Main…

EPISODE 53 | April 16, 2014

Nature As Measure

NATURE AS MEASURE WENDELL BERRY and WES JACKSON DISCUSS THE FUTURE OF FARMING WITH MARK BITTMAN RECORDED ON FRIDAY APRIL…

EPISODE 53 | April 23, 2014

Food & Enterprise

The third annual Food Book Fair is taking place April 25 through the 27th in Brooklyn, NY. Of all the…

EPISODE 53 | May 16, 2014

ROC NY Joins ROC United?

ROC United and ROC NY are merging to form one organization to continue in their mission to improve wages and…

EPISODE 53 | May 20, 2015

Dr. Marion Nestle on What Doesn’t Kill You

Tune in for some highlights from Dr. Marion Nestle’s appearance on What Doesn’t Kill You with Katy Keiffer.

EPISODE 52 | February 24, 2014

James Beard – Maison Premiere

We would like to congratulate all of the James Beard Award nominees for 2014! On episode 79 of Snacky Tunes,…

EPISODE 52 | April 11, 2014

What Is Jewish Food?

From brisket to bagels, Chickpeas to Cholent, Jewish food is not as easy to categorize as it may seem. By…

EPISODE 52 | April 20, 2014

Serving Up A Fresh Start

Cafe Reconcile helps at-risk young people looking to change their lives by offering food and hospitality training and ongoing support….

EPISODE 52 | May 15, 2014

Slaughterhouse LIVE

Release of videos showing injured calves being dragged to slaughter sparks senators’ letter to USDA to ban slaughter of downer…

EPISODE 52 | May 14, 2015

Grain of Truth: Grain of Truth: The Real Case For and Against Wheat and Gluten

Published: May 14th, 2015 Running time: 20 Minutes No topic in nutrition is more controversial than wheat! Tune in as…

EPISODE 51 | February 21, 2014

SPAM

Perhaps because of its retro appeal, or because of its satisfying salty flavor, Spam is having a moment right now….

EPISODE 51 | April 4, 2014

Will Harris on Animal Welfare

White Oak Pastures of Bluffton Georgia is the only farm raising four Global Animal Partnership 5+ rated species, but it…

EPISODE 51 | April 18, 2014

GFJ Takes a Stand

Good Food Jobs, the food community’s trusted source for food employment, is no longer posting unpaid internships on their website…

EPISODE 51 | May 9, 2014

Verdict of Brooklyn

Industry professionals taste beers and wines to choose the best for Judgement of Brooklyn event. By Caitlin Pierce

EPISODE 51 | April 22, 2015

You’ve Never Seen a Deer? Wild Game Domain

You’ve Never Seen a Deer? Chad takes on a question that he received from a frustrated hunter who, in Chad’s…

EPISODE 51 | July 31, 2015

This week on Cooking Issues, Paul Adams, the senior editor for Popular Science, joins Dave Arnold in the studio to…

EPISODE 50 | February 20, 2014

Kyle Knall & Domestic Cheese

Chef Kyle Knall talks about the uniqueness of Wisconsin cheeses, and how modern creameries are combining tradition with innovation. How…

EPISODE 50 | April 3, 2014

The Cheese Test

A look at the ACS’s Certified Cheese Professional Exam – what it is, its role in the cheese industry, who…

EPISODE 50 |

Know Your Source

Michaela Hayes explains how she fell hard for preserving local product and why she believes in doing it. By Trigg…

EPISODE 50 | May 9, 2014

America’s Classic

HRN congratulates Sokolowski’s University Inn for being named by The James Beard Foundation as one of America’s Classics. By Laura…

EPISODE 50 | March 20, 2015

Disrupting the Food System: Food & Tech Connect

Published March 20th, 2015 Running time: 4 Minutes By Laura del Campo Danielle Gould Founder & CEO Food + Tech…

EPISODE 50 | April 14, 2015

Food Book Fair 2015 – Food & Empire: Exploring History & Politics of Dishes

Founded in 2012, The Food Book Fair celebrates the intersection of food culture and food systems and a ton more….

EPISODE 49 | February 19, 2014

You Put WHAT in My Beer?

From traditional IPAs to not-so-traditional Session beers, Finback Brewery goes beyond the standard beer formula of water, hops, barley, and…

EPISODE 49 | March 17, 2014

30×30: Michael Chernow

The International Culinary Center is turning 30 – and we want to celebrate! We’re offering a peek behind the curtain…

EPISODE 49 | April 24, 2014

Setting an Eggs-sample

In 2008, California voted for Prop 2 also known as the Prevention of Farm Animal Cruelty Act which outlines requirements…

EPISODE 49 | February 27, 2015

Cooking Issues : Building Outdoor Kitchens

This week on Cooking Issues Dave adresses a question he got about a month ago regarding building outdoor kitchens. Dave…

EPISODE 49 | March 27, 2015

Culture and Cuisine: Krishnendu Ray

On this episode of the Joshua David Stein variety hour, Krishnendu Ray, chair of Department of Nutrition, Food Studies and…

EPISODE 48 | February 19, 2014

Eat Drink Bloody Mary

How many different ways are there to make a Bloody Mary? Turns out, there are at least 18, and we…

EPISODE 48 | March 17, 2014

High Road for Min Wage

Amidst the growing cries to raise the minimum wage, a look at how some restaurants are already working to treat…

EPISODE 48 | March 28, 2014

Hot Hot Hot Sauce

Has hot sauce become more of an extreme sport than culinary staple? With videos and headlines on the internet like…

EPISODE 48 | April 2, 2014

Food & Climate Change

Have you ever thought about how what we eat impacts our climate? It may seem like a far-fetched connection at…

EPISODE 48 |

History of CSAs in NYC

Community Supported Agriculture, or CSAs, are one way for consumers to support farmers and buy local, seasonal food directly from…

EPISODE 48 | January 20, 2015

Teach A Man To Fish: Teen’s Restoring NY’s Harbor Oysters

Published January 20th, 2015 Running time: 11 Minutes By Caitlin Pierce The future of New York’s harbor is looking up…

EPISODE 48 | March 16, 2015

Just Food Conference: Eric Holt-Giménez

Heritage Radio Network was thrilled to cover the JUST FOOD CONFERENCE 2015, an annual 1-day opportunity for the general public,…

EPISODE 47 | February 16, 2014

Queen of Creole Cuisine

Chef Leah Chase has had the privilege to cook for two presidents, track down some Heinekens for Count Basie, and…

EPISODE 47 | March 16, 2014

Brazil’s Drink of Choice

Cachaca is the third most consumed spirit in the world, with a history over 500 years old and its starting…

EPISODE 47 | March 24, 2014

Thirsty Vineyards

California is reeling from one of the driest years on record. The wine industry in Napa Valley and Sonoma County…

EPISODE 47 | March 31, 2014

School Gardens

School gardens are only in 1/3 of New York City Schools. Tune in to hear how profound the benefits of…

EPISODE 47 | November 2, 2014

Your Nose Knows Best

Smell this! Trust your nose if you want to avoid foodiness! On this week’s episode of Let’s Get Real, chef…

EPISODE 47 | March 16, 2015

Just Food Conference: Equity in City Government

We were thrilled to cover the JUST FOOD CONFERENCE 2015, an annual 1-day opportunity for the general public, CSA members,…

EPISODE 46 | February 14, 2014

Global V Day Traditions

In other countries, V-day is kind of a big deal. Whereas here it’s easy to for singles and cynics to…

EPISODE 46 | March 16, 2014

Good For Nothing Flour

Artisan millers are creating diverse flours in response to America’s increasingly one-size-fits-all flour business. But in the face of increased…

EPISODE 46 | March 19, 2014

Re-imagining Ramen

Ramen is an ancient asian noodle dish. But modern takes on what the dish can be have the potential for…

EPISODE 46 | March 31, 2014

Wine Drought

California is reeling from one of the driest years on record. The wine industry in Napa Valley and Sonoma County…

EPISODE 46 | October 16, 2014

Cooking Issues: The Future of Meat

This week on Cooking Issues, Dave Arnold is joined by Peter Kim and Emma Boast of MOFAD to discuss their…

EPISODE 46 | December 21, 2014

The Food of Fighting: Eating the Cuisine of Palestine

Published December 21st, 2014 Running time: 5 Minutes By Elizabeth Saxe What do you get when you take two performance…

EPISODE 45 | February 11, 2014

Local Brewer: Chris Basso

Since April 2012, Newburgh Brewing has been providing delicious beers out of the Hudson Valley through Downstate New York. Chris…

EPISODE 45 | March 9, 2014

Farmed & Dangerous

Chipotle has launched what they’re calling “an original comedy series” on the online video service, HULU. Some may consider it…

EPISODE 45 | March 18, 2014

Nutrition Label Makeover

The FDA is proposing a redesign of the Nutrition Facts Label with major change coming to serving size and proportions….

EPISODE 45 | March 28, 2014

Food Jobs for Veterans

Those who serve in the United States Armed Forces are some of the most disciplined and hardest working people in…

EPISODE 45 | September 24, 2014

Living in the Future: Apple Pay & Restaurants

Published September 24th, 2014 Running time: 4 Minutes By Eliza Loehr Apple Pay will allow users to simply swipe their…

EPISODE 45 | December 16, 2014

The Ethnic Other: Food, Values, and Respect

Published December 16th, 2014 Running time: 4 Minutes By Elizabeth Saxe Why do we think of certain cuisines as high…

EPISODE 44 | February 10, 2014

Thomas Downing

A pull-out profile on Thomas Downing, one of NYC’s first and finest oystermen and a dedicated abolitionist. He pushed the…

EPISODE 44 | March 4, 2014

Bonded Bourbon

Bottled in bond sounds like a Wall Street phrase. What does it have to do with booze? Turns out its…

EPISODE 44 | March 13, 2014

UN Food Report

For six-years Olivier De Schutter has been the United Nations Special Reporter on the right to food. This week he…

EPISODE 44 | March 14, 2014

Creatures or Objects?

Pit Bulls used to represent American courage in WWI, but their reputation plummeted in the past century. Our perception of…

EPISODE 44 | September 1, 2014

Chlorine Chicken? Salmonella Concerns

Published September 1st, 2014 Running time: 4 Minutes By Laura del Campo In response to the recent article “Germany Says…

EPISODE 44 | November 3, 2014

GMO Labeling Propositions: What they Don’t Want us to Know

Published November 3rd, 2014 Running time: 6 Minutes By Caitlin Pierce On November 4th, voters in Colorado and Oregon will…

EPISODE 43 | February 9, 2014

Eat Your Money

From lettuce to cheese to dough to bread to bacon, money has taken on a significant number of food-related nicknames….

EPISODE 43 | February 28, 2014

Utah Liquor Laws

Skiing, snowboarding and visiting natural parks are all things that one can do in Utah. Ordering a drink without food…

EPISODE 43 | March 12, 2014

Beef Recall Crossfire

When Rancho Feeding Corporation recalled nearly 9 million lbs of beef, it didn’t just have an impact on commodity cattle….

EPISODE 43 | March 13, 2014

Technology, Food, & Transportation

American food ways in the twentieth century experienced landmark changes due in part to both advents in technology and transportation….

EPISODE 43 | August 25, 2014

Napa Earthquake: Quake’s impact on soil quality

Published August 25th, 2014 Running time: 3 Minutes By Erin Fairbanks How can an earthquake impact soil and soil quality?…

EPISODE 43 | October 31, 2014

Equity in the NYC Food System: What We Learned About why Equity Matters

Published October 31st, 2014 Running time: 4 Minutes By Yvette Cabrera & Amrita Gupta The speakers at the “Why equity…

EPISODE 42 | February 9, 2014

Brewer Profile: Jeff O’Neil

Jeff O’Neil is no stranger to New York craft beer. You may have heard Jeff’s name in association with the…

EPISODE 42 | February 21, 2014

What the Frack!?!

Beer is about 90% water. In order to make safe, and yummy beer, safe and clean water is a must…

EPISODE 42 | March 3, 2014

Anne Northup & Cuisine

Anne Northup (wife of Solomon Northup) was a free American master cook whose northern Creole cooking style was renowned. Tune…

EPISODE 42 | March 11, 2014

Healthy Soil

Got good soil? There’s a lot of talk about healthy soil, but what does that actually mean? While there’s a…

EPISODE 42 | August 23, 2014

Ask The Meat Man: Bacon

Published August 22nd, 2014 Running time: 7 Minutes Welcome to Ask The Meat Man, a weekly call in-show where listeners…

EPISODE 42 | October 31, 2014

Marketing to Men

Published October 31st, 2014 Running time: 5 Minutes By Elizabeth Saxe In 4 out of 10 American households, men are…

EPISODE 41 | February 7, 2014

Magic of Mustard

What goes great on hot dogs and was once used by Pythagoras to treat scorpion stings? The answer is mustard,…

EPISODE 41 | February 14, 2014

Wild Go Nuts

The black walnut is the funky American cousin of the mild English walnut we are more familiar with. Collected from…

EPISODE 41 | March 2, 2014

USDA & Discrimination

In 1997 a class action lawsuit was filed against the US Department of Agriculture. Tune in to learn why the…

EPISODE 41 | March 9, 2014

Agro-chemical Consequences

Pesticides and GMOs are 2 hot topics in the agricultural conversation within the food movement. In most cases, the companies…

EPISODE 41 | June 27, 2014

Ask the Meat Man #2

Welcome to Ask The Meat Man, a weekly call in-show where listeners get meat tips from Louis Fantasma of Paradise…

EPISODE 41 | October 28, 2014

Thug Kitchen Response

Cathy Erway, Nicole Taylor and Jack Inslee discuss the controversy surrounding Thug Kitchen, the blog-turned cookbook featuring vegan recipes with…

EPISODE 40 | February 5, 2014

Saveur 100

Saveur is an institution in the world of food media. Since its inception in 2004, Saveur has been awarded a…

EPISODE 40 | February 7, 2014

Napa is VIP in the Winter

Who doesn’t want insider access? Napa Valley is famous for being America’s ultimate wine destination and if you want the…

EPISODE 40 | February 28, 2014

Food, Workers & Boycotts

The success of the civil rights movement in the south during the 1950s and 60s required the collaboration of many…

EPISODE 40 | March 9, 2014

NY Food Ed

Home economics is a becoming a thing of the past. Numerous advocates are pushing for mandatory food education in school…

EPISODE 40 | June 27, 2014

Food Safety Regulations

Dave Arnold sets the record straight on Food Safety on a recent episode of Cooking Issues.

EPISODE 40 | October 17, 2014

The Future of Meat – MOFAD Roundtable

Experts in bioethics (Peter Singer & Mark Budolfson), cultured meat (Isha Datar) and heritage breed meat retail (Patrick Martins) debate…

EPISODE 39 | February 3, 2014

Down the Line: Mari Omland

On this edition of ‘Down the Line’, Mari Omland of Green Mountain Girls Farm in Vermont explains how the food…

EPISODE 39 | February 4, 2014

Sustainable Valentine’s Day Flowers

While it’s certainly easy to pick up roses at any local bodega or grocery store, this Valentines Day consider putting…

EPISODE 39 | February 18, 2014

Remembering Edna Lewis

Throughout the month of February we are thinking about and honoring Ms. Lewis on the 7th anniversary of her passing….

EPISODE 39 | March 7, 2014

Synthetic Foods

Would you eat a beef burger made in a lab? How about a vegetarian burger made with GMO’s and MSG?…

EPISODE 39 | June 27, 2014

Dark Meat vs Light Meat

Everyone has their preference. The differences in meat go far beyond the carving knife. A meat’s color and flavor reflect…

EPISODE 39 | October 10, 2014

The Ethics of #MyMixify – Marketing Soda to Teens

Three major soda companies roll out new “Mixify” campaign geared towards teens to “Balance what you eat, drink and do.”…

EPISODE 38 | January 31, 2014

Super Bowl Business

The Super Bowl is not just football – it’s big business. It’s been estimated that 400,000 people travel to the…

EPISODE 38 | February 2, 2014

Super Bowl Foods

What is it about men in tight pants bashing into each other that makes us hungry for nachos? For most…

EPISODE 38 | February 16, 2014

Sumac: Wild & Delicious

Published: Monday, Feb. 17, 2014 The foraging craze has brought forth a number of ingredients we would not have immediately…

EPISODE 38 | February 27, 2014

CA Conservation Pioneer

Napa not only set the precedent for California wine quality, but continues to lead the state in growing excellent grapes…

EPISODE 38 | May 19, 2014

Breeding for the Future

The Livestock Conservancy is helping traditional egg hatching programs in Chatham County, North Carolina elementary schools shift focus to sustainability…

EPISODE 38 | October 3, 2014

Carlo Petrini & Alice Waters Reflect on 25 Years of Slow Food

On Friday, October 3rd, Slow Food founder, Carlo Petrini and his collaborator in the good food movement, Alice Waters held…

EPISODE 37 | January 31, 2014

Down the Line: BluePrint

Go “Down the Line” with Zoe Sakoutis and Erica Huss, the ladies behind BluePrinnt, the original juice cleanse program to…

EPISODE 37 |

Chinese New Year

Today marks the beginning of Chinese New Year. The celebration is the largest and most important annual festival celebrated by…

EPISODE 37 | February 13, 2014

ROC Day of Action

Valentine’s day: the perfect occasion to show your love (or bitterness) depending on where you stand. Either way, it’s definitely…

EPISODE 37 | February 25, 2014

Water Waste

Food production, consumption, and waste takes up much more water than you’d think. A look at the interconnectedness of our…

EPISODE 37 | May 18, 2014

Anaerobic Digester

Cows burp out methane, and a lot of it. We talk to a dairy farmer who captures methane from his…

EPISODE 37 | September 14, 2014

Foods Arts Closing: Reflections with Patrick Martins

Published September 14th, 2014 Running time: 3 Minutes Patrick Martins reflects on the closing of Food Arts. By Caitlin Pierce

EPISODE 36 | January 24, 2014

Field of Compost Dreams

2013 was a good year for recycling legislation in NYC. NYC Council approved legislation that will require large restaurants and…

EPISODE 36 | January 29, 2014

Inside Ferran Adria

Ferran Adria has been called “the Salvador Dali of the kitchen”; graced many of the Best Chef lists around the…

EPISODE 36 | February 12, 2014

The Farm Bill

President Obama signed a new farm bill into law on February 7th 2014. But what is the Farm Bill and…

EPISODE 36 | February 19, 2014

Wine Sustainability

There seems to be a trend in rustic decorating that loves crafting used wine bottles and stoppers into home wares,…

EPISODE 36 | May 4, 2014

The Flavor Man

In anticipation of the Manhattan Cocktail Classic, we talked to a man who makes drinks not at a bar but…

EPISODE 36 | September 12, 2014

Fishing In Gaza: Safety and Food Security

Published September 12th, 2014 Running time: 6 Minutes The fighting between Israel and Palestine this summer has seriously threatened the…

EPISODE 35 | January 23, 2014

Meat Futures

These days, it seems everyone is trying to print “Organic” on their product labels. Laura Batcha, CEO and Executive Director…

EPISODE 35 | January 29, 2014

Prince of Porc

Who’s today’s Prince of Porc? Chef Seamus Mullen recently earned that esteemed title when he took home the win at…

EPISODE 35 | February 11, 2014

Food Almanac

Since the dawn of the 19th century, farmers, gardeners, and enthusiasts have looked to the Farmer’s Almanac as a bellwether…

EPISODE 35 | February 17, 2014

Dead End Poultry

Most poultry are given a death sentence before they are even born. Tune in to this segment to find out…

EPISODE 35 | April 24, 2014

Science in 5 Easy Steps

Is this food good for me? Is it healthy? Nutritional studies are full of seemingly simple questions that are next…

EPISODE 35 | September 11, 2014

Kate Krader on NYT revamp

Published September 11th, 2014 Running time: 2 Minutes Shari Bayer, host of All in the Industry, speaks to Kate Krader,…

EPISODE 34 | January 21, 2014

Growing Marijuana

Marijuana is by far the largest cash crop in the United States and the marijuana economy is one of the…

EPISODE 34 | January 26, 2014

Care For Your Cheese

A cheese plate is the easiest way to impress dinner guests while letting your local cheesemonger do all the work….

EPISODE 34 | January 30, 2014

Superfoods – Where’s Cranberries?

In the somewhat gimmicky conversation about superfoods, cranberries always seem to play second fiddle to the sexier list-makers like huckleberries,…

EPISODE 34 | February 5, 2014

Clean Water, Good Beer

Yeast, malt, and hops – these are the essential ingredients for making beer, right? While this is true, the most…

EPISODE 34 | February 6, 2014

Dayboat Scallops Come to New York

In 2009, responding to increasingly poor scallop harvests, Maine’s Department of Marine Resources implemented a rotating closure strategy, that basically…

EPISODE 34 | April 8, 2014

Flavorists

Flavorists are chemists that develop new flavors for processed foods. They isolate the aromatic building blocks of flavor and combine…

EPISODE 34 | August 29, 2014

Why We Said No: Monsanto, Conde Naste & Food Media

Published August 29th, 2014 Running time: 4 Minutes By Erin Fairbanks Heritage Foods USA got an enticing invitation to speak…

EPISODE 33 | January 17, 2014

Velveeta Shortage?

With only three weeks left until the Super bowl, Kraft Foods has announced a shortage of their famous Pasteurized Prepared…

EPISODE 33 | January 23, 2014

Future of Horticulture

With the rise in interest in organic produce, urban gardening, and public green space, horticulture is being redefined. Acclaimed author…

EPISODE 33 | January 24, 2014

Matcha Tea Please

Matcha. It’s older than the printing press but it’s the hot new ingredient found in everything from lattes to cupcakes….

EPISODE 33 | February 6, 2014

Drinking Local Grains

“Local food” has been a buzzword in the vernacular of the sustainably-minded for years at this point, but what about…

EPISODE 33 | March 12, 2014

Steal This Recipe

Although it can be argued that no idea is truly original, there is a long and storied history of people…

EPISODE 33 | July 14, 2014

On Sustainable Seafood

Emily Peterson, host of Sharp & Hot and the daughter of a commercial fisherman, opines on the state of sustainable…

EPISODE 32 | January 15, 2014

Sweet Green Getss 22 Mil

What happens when a local, sustainably minded farm-to-table food chain gets an investment for national expansion to the tune of…

EPISODE 32 | January 22, 2014

Supplements with Marion

For thousands of years, human beings have been deriving their nutrients from food – vegetables, grains, meat, etc. So why…

EPISODE 32 | January 23, 2014

Japanese Soul Food

What is Japanese soul food? Tadashi Ono and Harris Salat join Cathy Erway on this edition of Eat Your Words!…

EPISODE 32 | January 30, 2014

Cacao & Booze

Bartenders and cocktail nerds, pay attention! New World Spirits has introduced a new base spirit called Solbeso, made from the…

EPISODE 32 | March 11, 2014

NoWait App

Imagine a world where you can text your favorite restaurant on a busy brunch day and put your name on…

EPISODE 32 | June 20, 2014

Food Marketing & Ethics

Is there anything inherently wrong with the way snack foods are developed and marketed? How much responsibility should rest on…

EPISODE 31 | January 14, 2014

Industry City

Looking for a location for production for your small food business? Then look no further than Sunset Park’s Industry City….

EPISODE 31 | January 19, 2014

America’s Original Livestock

How are Heritage breeds of livestock better equipped to deal with trends like drought or global warming? Eric Hallman, Executive…

EPISODE 31 | January 21, 2014

Fresh Hop Beer

Beer Drinkers can look forward to something extra special in late summer, early Spring as brewers across the nation make…

EPISODE 31 | January 29, 2014

Ruling on Organic Labels

In Quesada v. HerbThyme Farms, Inc., the California Court of Appeals made a decision that could have wide sweeping consequences…

EPISODE 31 | March 6, 2014

Is Coke Kosher?

Is Jell-O or liquid nitrogen kosher? Are genetically engineered foods kosher? What happens to the centuries old Jewish dietary laws…

EPISODE 31 | June 4, 2014

Bootleggerbottle

Can encapsulated “Nanoform” yeast make home-brewed booze overnight without compromising quality? Check out Ruckus Fermentation’s new system called The Bootlegger…

EPISODE 30 | January 14, 2014

Hops Shortage

They’re running low on hops in Washington! Tune into this segment to hear why- while it sounds disastrous- the hop…

EPISODE 30 | January 15, 2014

Networking in Horticulture

What’a a carpenter have to do with building an urban garden? Where do plant-minded writers find work? Where can gardeners…

EPISODE 30 | January 17, 2014

MO Wine

Missouri and wine might seem like an odd combination. But 100 years ago, Missouri had one of the most productive…

EPISODE 30 | January 29, 2014

Remembering Pete Seeger

Pete Seeger – American singer, songwriter, activist, & folklorist – passed away on January 27th, 2014 at the age of…

EPISODE 30 | February 20, 2014

Natural Refrigeration

Many of us take refridgeration for granted. We open the fridge and all of our food is perfectly chilled. But…

EPISODE 30 | May 23, 2014

Rattlesnake Roundup

While rattlesnake roundups out west may not be detrimental to the Diamondback Rattler population, the methods in which these snake…

EPISODE 29 | December 22, 2013

Giving: Fresh & Local

Bed Stuy, welcome your new grocers! Bed Stuy Fresh & Local is the brainchild of neighborhood residents Sheila Akbar and…

EPISODE 29 | January 3, 2014

Black Soldier Flies

At Green Waste Technologies in Plainfield, New Jersey, award-winning entrepreneur (and former opera singer) Olive Lynch employs black soldier fly…

EPISODE 29 | January 16, 2014

Cheese & What???

Don’t know what to eat with that yummy blue cheese in the fridge? We’ve got some delicious tips for surprising…

EPISODE 29 | January 24, 2014

The End of Pebble Mine

After nearly 15 years of proposals, debates and assessments – plans for a large scale mining operation in Alaska’s Bristol…

EPISODE 29 | February 3, 2014

Dave Arnold on Kosher Meat

How does keeping kosher affect carnivores? Some Jews follow a set of dietary laws called kashrut. Kosher meat requires specific…

EPISODE 29 | May 2, 2014

Popcorn is Perfect

Is popcorn the world’s most perfect snack food? Erica Wides thinks so. Here’s why she says the whole grain snack…

EPISODE 28 | December 19, 2013

WFM Opens in Brooklyn!

The first Whole Foods Market in Brooklyn opened in Gowanus on Dec 18th 2013. The opening celebration featured an exuberant…

EPISODE 28 | January 12, 2014

Rockstar Cheesemonger

As the appetite cheese grows in the United States, so does the number of cheesemongers – the people working behind…

EPISODE 28 | January 24, 2014

Beyond BBQ in KC

Kansas City is known around the world for its slow smoked barbecue but there is a lot more to the…

EPISODE 28 | January 31, 2014

Kitchen Ventilation

Above all else, food science expert and host of Cooking Issues, Dave Arnold thinks a good kitchen needs good ventilation….

EPISODE 28 | April 25, 2014

Dave Arnold on GMO’s

The three letters G M O strike fear in the heart of conscious eaters. Should that be the case? Are…

EPISODE 27 | December 15, 2013

Giving: Num Pang

Since 2009, Num Pang sandwich shop has been bringing Cambodian flavors to New York City- and now with a healthy…

EPISODE 27 | December 18, 2013

Modern Day Feast of the Seven Fishes

If you are an Italian American who celebrates Christmas, chances are you may participate in what is known as the…

EPISODE 27 | January 8, 2014

2013: Year in Food

Tune in for HeritageRadioNetwork.org’s year-end recap of the food and drink issues that mattered in 2013! This segment has been…

EPISODE 27 | January 23, 2014

EPS Ban?

On December 19th 2013, the New York City Council banned food service expanded polystrenes (styrofoam) in the limits of NYC….

EPISODE 27 | March 31, 2014

Meat Racket

Christopher Leonard’s new book “The Meat Racket” ruffled a lot of feathers in the meat industry. The book details the…

EPISODE 26 | December 12, 2013

Giving: EcoStation NY

If you’re a long-time Heritage Radio Network listener, you probably are aware that we operate out of two shipping containers…

EPISODE 26 | December 15, 2013

Greening Christmas

How can you stay sustainable this holiday season? HRN’s Jack Inslee spoke with Jennie Romer of plasticbaglaws.org for some environmentally…

EPISODE 26 | January 2, 2014

New Year Food Traditions

Those who can afford it will likely be drinking champagne and eating luxurious foods such as caviar, lobster, and truffle…

EPISODE 26 | January 20, 2014

MLK Day

January 20th marks the birthday of the Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. The federal holiday known as MLK day serves…

EPISODE 26 | January 31, 2014

Fermenting Chocolate

Follow the hidden life of microbes that make delicious chocolate possible. Chocolate owes its deep, complex flavors to fermentation. The…

EPISODE 26 | March 14, 2014

Natural Wine: Then & Now

This year marks the tenth year of Natural Wine Week in New York City! Whats changed? And where will it…

EPISODE 25 | December 6, 2013

Nelson Mandela Dies at 95

Words cannot describe the affect that Nelson Mandela had on the world. The global hero, renowned pacifist and South Africa’s…

EPISODE 25 | December 12, 2013

Many Kitchens – Schaller & Weber

Jeremy Schaller & Jesse Denes from Schaller and Weber discuss how their brand of charcuterie meats has evolved up to…

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Tell Me More: Poinsettias

Poinsettias are well known as a decorative Christmas plant with its red and green foliage. Flower expert Debra Prinzing gives…

EPISODE 25 | December 26, 2013

The Pan in Pancakes

What has the world come to when you can microwave pancakes? Erica Wides remembers a time before cake-flavored-cakes.

EPISODE 25 | January 17, 2014

McDonalds Greenwashing?

Did somebody say sustainable McDonald’s? Recently, the worldwide fast food giant announced through Greenbiz, a website dedicated to environmental business…

EPISODE 25 | January 28, 2014

Food Science: Proteins

Proteins are the molecules of our life. In food, they are some of the most exciting molecules we play with….

EPISODE 25 | February 28, 2014

Race in Craft Beer

Craft beer has exploded onto the beverage scene over the past 20 years. That being said – frankly, it’s largely…

EPISODE 24 | December 4, 2013

Judy Rodgers Dies at 57

The food community lost another legend on December 2nd, 2013 in Judy Rodgers, the chef-partner at Zuni Café in San…

EPISODE 24 | December 11, 2013

Christmas Trees

35 Million Christmas trees are sold every year. But are fake trees more environmentally friendly? Listen in to find out…

EPISODE 24 | December 23, 2013

WORD OF MOUTH Resolutions

HRN’s own Leiti Hsu talks to several esteemed chefs, sommeliers, and restauranteurs about their New Year’s resolutions. Tune in to…

EPISODE 24 | January 8, 2014

War on Poverty Turns 50

At Heritage Radio Network, we believe that hunger is not a poverty issue- it is a justice issue. The United…

EPISODE 24 | January 21, 2014

History of Refrigeration

Refrigeration- we take it for granted but its invention changed the course of history and the way Americans eat forever….

EPISODE 24 | February 21, 2014

Harvest: An Epic Poem

“Harvest” is an epic poem, twenty pages in length and varied in form. It is a personal journey towards clarity…

EPISODE 23 | December 2, 2013

#GivingTuesday

Disgusted by people fighting in stores on Black Friday? Sickened by retailers making people come in to work on Thanksgiving…

EPISODE 23 | December 9, 2013

Passamaquoddy Water

Bottled water could give an economic boost to a Native American Tribe in Maine. The Passamaquoddy tribe is struggling. Leaders…

EPISODE 23 | December 11, 2013

Bugs

Termite queens, which might seem like nothing but pests to many of us, are a delicacy in Kenya.The Nordic Food…

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Bugs

Termite queens, which might seem like nothing but pests to many of us, are a delicacy in Kenya.The Nordic Food…

EPISODE 23 | December 23, 2013

Pagan Ham

It’s Christmas and it’s 2013, why am I eating a sugary, salty spiral-cut ham for dinner at my parents house?…

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Chobani & Whole Food Market

Whole Foods Market has announced that they will phase out Chobani Greek Yogurt from all their stores by early 2014….

EPISODE 23 | January 17, 2014

Bottles or Cans?

Do bottles and cans affect the flavor or quality of the liquids they hold? Food Science expert and host of…

EPISODE 23 | February 7, 2014

Anita Lo & Anissa

We’re buzzing after our friend Anita Lo got 3 stars from the New York Times for her singular restaurant Anissa…

EPISODE 22 | December 2, 2013

Taste 4 The Philippines

Chef Dale Talde’s restaurants, TALDE, Pork Slope, and Thistle Hill Tavern, are co-hosting a benefit for the victims of Typhoon…

EPISODE 22 | December 5, 2013

Many Kitchens – Pipsnacks

Valentina Rice from Many Kitchens and Jeff Martin from Pipsnacks talk about starting a business that boomed from the start….

EPISODE 22 | December 10, 2013

Green Hopping NYC

Health conscious New Yorkers now have another asset at their fingertips – the newly released Green Hopping NYC app.

EPISODE 22 | December 23, 2013

Kitchen Opera X-Mas

The Kitchen Opera Company celebrates Christmas with some of their favorite carols about food and dining! Tune in! Thanks to…

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Rethinking Food Aid

What does it mean to give as a nation? The U.S. gives more than 50% of the world’s food aid….

EPISODE 22 | January 14, 2014

Moldy Cheese

What does a cheese cave feel and smell like? Why is mold on cheese a good thing? HRN’s own Leah…

EPISODE 22 | February 5, 2014

I’m Obsessed With Kale

It can be credited with making the most epic comeback in vegetable history. From it’s starring role in Europe in…

EPISODE 21 | November 27, 2013

Staten Island Turkeys

Hide your kids hide your wife because wild turkeys are taking over Staten Islands. These feral creatures are being blamed…

EPISODE 21 | December 4, 2013

Jay-Z Goes Vegan

Jay-Z is no stranger to beef, but the iconic rapper and business mogul has decided to go Vegan… at least…

EPISODE 21 |

McWages

Today across the Unites States citizens and McDonalds employees alike have come together outside of flagship McDonalds across the country…

EPISODE 21 | December 16, 2013

USDA & Poultry

Food & Water Watch has been an active advocate for food safety regulations that serve the public interest, most recently…

EPISODE 21 | December 23, 2013

Cannibal Cookies

The holidays are a time to indulge. On Christmas Eve, everyone knows that Santa’s treat du jour is the Christmas…

EPISODE 21 | January 8, 2014

Window Farms

No green thumb? No problem. A hydroponic vertical indoor garden known as a windowfarm has completely changed the gardening game…

EPISODE 21 | February 2, 2014

I’m Obsessed: Quinoa

“I’m obsessed with quinoa!” A simple Google search is enough to prove that quinoa consumption has surpassed the obsession point….

EPISODE 20 | November 23, 2013

Heritage Turkey Goes to School

What do you expect out of college campus food? Most people have pretty low expectations when it comes to food…

EPISODE 20 | November 29, 2013

Food Waste

Thanksgiving has come to an end for 2013. You’re more stuffed than your turkey was before it got carved and…

EPISODE 20 | December 2, 2013

Cyber Monday

Over the past several years, the days following Thanksgiving have become some of the busiest and most profitable days for…

EPISODE 20 | December 16, 2013

GMO Labeling in CT

Connecticut has become the first State in the United States to pass a law that requires the labeling of GMO’s…

EPISODE 20 | December 20, 2013

Jewish Christmas

In New York City, Chinese restaurants are as ubiquitous as corner delis. On Christmas Eve, they become secular houses for…

EPISODE 20 | December 26, 2013

Styro Is Out

On December 19th, 2013 the NYC Council came to a decision to ban food service expanded Polystyrenes in the limits…

EPISODE 20 | December 27, 2013

Giving: Charity & Policy

All across the world there are people in need of assistance in many capacities. But what happens when volunteering, donations…

EPISODE 20 | December 29, 2013

Do Octopuses Feel Pain?

Do Octopuses feel pain when they die? Why would you even want to know? Listen to Dave Arnold and find…

EPISODE 20 | January 29, 2014

Plantorama

At Plantorama 2014, A group of young professionals offered a look into the future of horticulture in a challenging, fast-changing…

EPISODE 19 | November 19, 2013

Talking Transitions

How do communities connect with their government officials? Policymakers are often criticized for enacting legislation without focusing on the real…

EPISODE 19 | November 26, 2013

Cranberries

Cranberries and cranberry sauce are an essential part of the Thanksgiving table, but when did this tradition begin? Tune into…

EPISODE 19 | November 27, 2013

The New Black Friday

More and more these days Thanksgiving has become synonymous with shopping. While Black Friday is a term that’s been in…

EPISODE 19 | December 4, 2013

Ron Burgundy Scotch

Riviera Imports recently announced that they will be promoting a new Ron Burgundy scotch, in conjunction with the release of…

EPISODE 19 | December 15, 2013

UNESCO

In December of 2013, The Intergovernmental Committee for the Safeguarding of Intangible Heritage held its 8th session and inscribed 25…

EPISODE 19 | December 29, 2013

Better Than a BLT?

Can the BLT be improved upon? Dave Arnold doesn’t think so!

EPISODE 19 | January 23, 2014

No More Mason Jars!

These days, mason jars are popping up at more and more restaurants every day – but at what cost? Do…

EPISODE 18 | November 14, 2013

The San Francisco Chronicle

Rumor has it that The San Francisco Chronicle is merging its ‘food’ section with an overall ‘lifestyle’ paper; what does…

EPISODE 18 | November 23, 2013

The Squashes of Tomorrow

Some thanksgiving cooks just won’t settle for tradition. To them, every year is a challenge to find a new twist…

EPISODE 18 | November 26, 2013

Thanksgiving Retail

Thanksgiving. It’s a holiday that revolves around food. In the days leading up to it, there is a mad rush…

EPISODE 18 | November 27, 2013

Holiday Traditions & Memories

Everybody loves the holidays, especially the eats. From microwaved Pizza Hut meatballs to Petrossian caviar, top toques and other culinary…

EPISODE 18 | December 11, 2013

Venison

How are folks feeding the hungry while controlling wildlife populations this holiday season? The answer is hunting. Listen in to…

EPISODE 18 | December 23, 2013

What Is Fruit Cake?

Fruitcake is the butt of many holiday jokes, but it actually has a long history as a cherished food. From…

EPISODE 18 | January 22, 2014

Nathaniel Immakolee

Wal Mart, the world’s largest retailer, has recently agreed to join the Coalition of Immokalee Workers Fair Food Program. CIW…

EPISODE 17 | November 6, 2013

Charlie Trotter Dies at 54

We remember famed Chicago chef Charlie Trotter, who passed away the morning of Tuesday November 5th at the age of…

EPISODE 17 | November 20, 2013

Bugs as Protein

How can bugs end global malnutrition and hunger? Tune into this segment to hear HRN’s Meradith Hoddinott discuss the nutritional…

EPISODE 17 | November 23, 2013

Organic Beer

What’s the deal with organic beer? We learned more at The Craft Experience 2013.

EPISODE 17 | November 26, 2013

Ice Cider

Looking for a traditional beverage for you Thanksgiving dinner? Look no further than ice cider! Tune into this segment to…

EPISODE 17 | December 4, 2013

Digital Photography

Nathan Myrvold thinks anaolg photography can’t hold a candle to digital photography when it comes to food. Find out why.

EPISODE 17 | December 10, 2013

Macaulay Culkin & Pizza

Former child star and famous actor Macaulay Culkin is in a pizza-themed Velvet Underground cover band called “Pizza Underground”.

EPISODE 17 | January 9, 2014

Food Ain’t Fashion

Food isn’t a trend- it’s a right! Patrick Martins speaks to the idea that good food shouldn’t be treated as…

EPISODE 16 | November 5, 2013

Stolichnaya Boycott

Russian President, Vladimir Putin, has made it clear that homosexuals are not welcome in Russia. As a result, the LGBT…

EPISODE 16 | November 17, 2013

Plastic Bag Ban

Should plastics bags be banned in New York City? HRN’s Jack Inslee sits down with Jennie Romer of PlasticBagLaws.org to…

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Farm Access

Many young people are increasingly interested in urban and rural farming. Yet, new farmers face many challenges. How do you…

EPISODE 16 | November 24, 2013

Heather Terhune & Cheese

How does Sable Kitchen & Bar’s Heather Terhune utilize Wisconsin cheeses in both sweet and savory recipes? Tune into this…

EPISODE 16 | November 27, 2013

Thanksgiving Naps

People tend to blame the tryptophan in turkey when they fall asleep in their chairs after Thanksgiving dinner. Tryptophan is…

EPISODE 16 | December 10, 2013

Terra Madre Day

Tuesday December 10th is Terra Madre Day, a day that celebrates local food and raises awareness about endangered products. While…

EPISODE 16 | December 23, 2013

America Eats Its Poor

The biggest news story in food this year is also what many consider to be a hallmark in the waning…

EPISODE 15 | November 3, 2013

Sriracha Smells!

Why do residents of Irwindale, California hate Sriracha? Tune into this HRN News segment to find out how the hot…

EPISODE 15 | November 13, 2013

Goodbye, Trans Fats!

The FDA has recently proposed a ban on trans fats; what does this mean for consumers? According to HRN’s resident…

EPISODE 15 | November 17, 2013

Farmland Protection

450,000 acres of New York State farmland have been paved over to make way for shopping malls or housing developments…

EPISODE 15 | November 24, 2013

Wattle You Hear This!

In the spirit of whole animal butchery, Peter Henry is discussing one of the odder parts of a turkey’s anatomy-…

EPISODE 15 | November 26, 2013

Dave Arnold & Turkey

Dave Arnold has mastered the art of cooking turkey. Tune into this segment to hear Dave talk about the “RoboTurkey”,…

EPISODE 15 | December 6, 2013

More SNAP Cuts?

On November 4th, 1.8 Million food stamps recipents in New York and 47 million country wide lost benefits. The most…

EPISODE 15 | December 18, 2013

FDA – No New News

3 years from now, most producers and pharmaceutical companies will have to comply with 2 FDA guidelines (not laws) about…

EPISODE 14 | November 3, 2013

Banksy on Big Food

Throughout the month of October, prolific British street artist Banksy took over the streets of New York City with his…

EPISODE 14 | November 11, 2013

Veterans & Farming

Happy Veterans Day to all those who have served our nation. Careers in farming and agricultural have proven to be…

EPISODE 14 | November 15, 2013

Fur Factor

Is there a sustainable way to make fur? Have animal activists become over active? We look in depth into the…

EPISODE 14 | November 20, 2013

Detroit’s Culinary Comeback

HRN is spotlighting Michigan’s overlooked food scene- starting with Detroit! Hear Chef James Regato of The Root Restaurant & Bar…

EPISODE 14 | November 23, 2013

Food Science Corner: Sulfur Dioxide

Some plants, like onions and garlic, have chemical defenses that prevent animals like us from eating them. Unfortunately for them,…

EPISODE 14 | December 12, 2013

Knishes, Kugel, and Kvetching

On Wednesday, December 11th Danny Meyer & Union Square Cafe welcomed Jake Dell, owner of Katz’s Deli and Uri Scheft,…

EPISODE 13 | October 31, 2013

World Series Food

The Boston Red Sox are the 2013 World Series Champions! We congratulate the team and the city on an exciting…

EPISODE 13 | November 10, 2013

Food Fight

What’s it like for a food professional to train as a boxer? Find out as Erin Fairbanks sits down with…

EPISODE 13 | November 14, 2013

Farm Breweries

What does the new Farm Brewery Law mean for New York farmers and brewers? HRN’s Leah Eden spoke with Sam…

EPISODE 13 | November 15, 2013

You’re On Camera!

You’re being watched! Tesco, a line of supermarkets in the U.K., just announced that it will install 450 cameras with…

EPISODE 13 | November 19, 2013

Underground Dining

New Yorkers are hungry, but not just for food. The trend of underground or alternative dining experiences has rapidly increased…

EPISODE 13 | December 6, 2013

MOFAD Roundtable: NYC Soda Regulation

On Thursday December 5th, 2013 – A group of panelists gathered at the CUNY School of Public Health for the…

EPISODE 12 | October 31, 2013

The Rise of E

Commercial tobacco has been grown for decades in North America for profit through cigars, chewing tobacco, and most popular, cigarettes….

EPISODE 12 | November 6, 2013

Vegan Misconceptions

Veganism, also known as an extreme version of vegetarianism, has become a huge craze all throughout the nation. In big…

EPISODE 12 | November 11, 2013

Drive Change

How can one really further change through food? Jordyn Lexton stops by the HRN studios to talk about Drive Change,…

EPISODE 12 | November 13, 2013

Food Science Corner: Heat

In this edition of the Food Science Corner, Meradith Hoddinott explains one of the most essential parts of cooking: heat!…

EPISODE 12 | November 17, 2013

Sea Salt

Is table salt not providing the flavor you need in your cooking? Try sea salt and various types pf finishing…

EPISODE 11 | October 30, 2013

Bio Fuel: A promising energy source

Bio mass is a promising energy source for rural, agricultural based communities around the world. Learn more about how bio…

EPISODE 11 | November 1, 2013

Marathon Foodies

Heritage Radio Network asks some of the NYC marathon participants what they are eating during training, and what they will…

EPISODE 11 | November 4, 2013

New Income Source for Small Farms

Find out how you can support small farmers by planning your next vacation! Tune into this segment to learn about…

EPISODE 11 | November 8, 2013

Food Science: Bread

Learn about the science of bread on the food science corner!

EPISODE 11 | November 14, 2013

Mac ‘N’ Cheese Thanksgiving

Is mac ‘n’ cheese suitable for the Thanksgiving dinner table? Southern food expert Nicole Taylor investigates the question with Gabe…

EPISODE 11 | November 27, 2013

Giving on Thanksgiving

While Thanksgiving is typically associated with eating turkey and watching football, the notion of giving is embedded into the word…

EPISODE 10 | October 29, 2013

Sandy: One Year Later

Oct 29th 2012. Superstorm Sandy blew into town, and while many in the New York area were spared, there were…

EPISODE 10 | October 31, 2013

Big Cereal

On the surface, cereal seems like a nutritious, easy way to start your day. However, most breakfast cereals are pumped…

EPISODE 10 | November 3, 2013

Fish at Crave

Learn more about sourcing seafood with Todd Mitgang of Crave Fishbar! Listen in to hear Todd talk with HRN’s Jessie…

EPISODE 10 | November 6, 2013

Sense Science: Taste

Tatse is our chemical connection to the world around us. Whether salty, bitter, sweet, sour, or savory, the concept of…

EPISODE 10 | November 13, 2013

Sexy Foods

What foods put you in the mood? In this segment, HRN’s Sari Kamin explores aphrodisiacs with author of Fork Me,…

EPISODE 10 | November 23, 2013

Not So Candid Camera

There are cameras everywhere in America! Why not in slaughterhouses? Patrick Martins offers his thoughts on the lack of monitoring…

EPISODE 9 | October 28, 2013

Lou Reed Dies at 71

At HeritageRadioNetwork.org, we mourn the loss of New York City music and art pioneer Lou Reed. The founder of the…

EPISODE 9 | October 29, 2013

Dental Hygiene and Taste

Does poor dental hygiene affect the sense of taste? Can dentures or tooth decay change the way we taste our…

EPISODE 9 | November 1, 2013

Behind the Peel

In the middle of the tropical rainforest in Costa Rica, at the Banana Farm at Earth University in Limon, Costa…

EPISODE 9 | November 4, 2013

Flavor Brewing

How are genetically-engineered yeast strains revolutionizing the food business? Tune into this segment to hear HRN’s resident science buff Meradith…

EPISODE 9 | November 11, 2013

Brooklyn Nouveau

Brooklyn Winery is putting it’s own spin on the French tradition of Beaujolais Nouveau. Brooklyn Nouveau is an American counterpart…

EPISODE 9 | November 19, 2013

I AM A GOD (OF FOOD)

I AM A GOD (OF FOOD) Written by Erin Fairbanks and Jack Inslee With help from: Sari Kamin Inspirations: Kanye…

EPISODE 8 | October 25, 2013

Vermont Sail

The sailboat Ceres has been making her way to New York, delivering sustainably farmed products to individuals and businesses. The…

EPISODE 8 | October 27, 2013

Will Oysters Save Us?

Are oysters the key to marine repopulation and environmental protection? Tune into this segment to learn about the efforts of…

EPISODE 8 | October 28, 2013

Doing it Raw

Juicing, raw food, green juice- what’s all of the hype about? Tune into this special segment to hear Erica Huss…

EPISODE 8 | November 1, 2013

Food Science Corner: Cheese

Learn about the science of cheese on the food science corner! How can so many different types of cheese can…

EPISODE 8 | November 5, 2013

Wisconsin Cheese with Jonny Hunter

On this special segment, we check in with Chef Jonny Hunter of the Underground Food Collective for his insight on…

EPISODE 8 | November 15, 2013

Welch & The CIA

This is the story of how the sale of Welch’s Grape Juice paved the way for the JM Kaplan Fund,…

EPISODE 7 | October 24, 2013

Foraging for Wild Apples

The latest trend in the hard cider movement is apple foraging. Learn more about the history of apple foraging from…

EPISODE 7 | October 25, 2013

Down the Line: Anthony Butler

The Heritage Radio Network presents Down the Line, a conversation with leaders in the food industry. Anthony Butler is the…

EPISODE 7 |

Keeping Cider Legal

Hard cider can be a great drinking alternative to wine or beer. However, making cider rises many issues within taxation….

EPISODE 7 | October 28, 2013

Cooking for Hassan Rouhani

How would some of the country’s top chefs cook for Iranian President Hassan Rouhani and U.S. President Barack Obama? Tune…

EPISODE 7 | October 30, 2013

Sense Science: Sound

On this episode of Sense Science, the Heritage Radio Network’s Meradith Hoddinott explores the sense of sound, and how it…

EPISODE 7 | November 5, 2013

A Call For No Antibiotics

Seventy percent of the world’s antibiotics are being used in our own animals – how did this become acceptable? Heritage…

EPISODE 6 | October 24, 2013

Raw Food as Medicine

Hear the amazing story of a woman who completely changed her diet to raw foods, in order to avoid preventive…

EPISODE 6 |

Is OJ Dead?

Orange juice, an American breakfast standard, has seen its retail sales hit a new low. With so many new products…

EPISODE 6 |

Micro Lending in Costa Rica

In a small town in Costa Rica, the Whole Planet Foundation has sponsored women who are part of a Micro…

EPISODE 6 | October 25, 2013

Cider Misconceptions

Cider is becoming more popular than ever, but with this comes many misconceptions. Bust the myths of cider and understand…

EPISODE 6 | October 28, 2013

Sense Science: Touch

How does our brain understand food through texture, density, and temperature? HRN’s resident food science expert Meradith Hoddinott explains the…

EPISODE 6 | November 1, 2013

I’m Obsessed: Coconut Water

How and when did we all become so obsessed with COCONUT WATER? Are we just victims of serial food entrepreneurs…

EPISODE 5 | October 13, 2013

Help Kelp!

The only evidence of Bren Smith’s thriving farm is a few buoys floating in the long island sound. Amongst Connecticut’s…

EPISODE 5 | October 22, 2013

A Hard Cider a Day?

An apple a day may keep the doctor away, but what about when it comes to Hard Cider? On this…

EPISODE 5 |

Food Porn

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EPISODE 5 |

Candy Revolutionary Dies at 90

Hans Riegel, marketer of Gummy Bears and owner of Haribo, a German confectionery company, died recently on October 15, 2013….

EPISODE 5 | October 23, 2013

Making the Most of Leftovers

Who doesn’t love good leftovers? How can you make sure you get the most out of your leftovers? Food science…

EPISODE 5 | October 31, 2013

Nico Romo on Seafood Sustainability

Nico Romo is the Executive Chef at Fish restaurant in Charleston, South Carolina. Using clever strategies to draw people’s attention…

EPISODE 4 | October 7, 2013

Kitchen Fashion

How are women chefs expressing their femininity in the kitchen? Tune into this special segment to hear from two of…

EPISODE 4 |

HACCP Plans

What barriers exist for charcuterie-making in the United States? In this special segment, Jack Inslee dives into the world of…

EPISODE 4 | October 8, 2013

Understanding ObamaCare

The Affordable Care Act, also known as ObamaCare, is undoubtedly one of the most controversial current pieces of legislation. Why…

EPISODE 4 | October 13, 2013

3D Printing: It’s Just Paste!

Dave Arnold says 3D printing is not all it’s hyped up to be when it comes to food. Find out…

EPISODE 4 |

Storm Atlas Kills Thousands of Cattle in South Dakota

Natural disasters are not waiting for the federal government to reopen. The blizzard that hit S. Dakota last week, left…

EPISODE 4 | October 29, 2013

Food Soveringty by another name?

The Food Sovereignty prize defies the concept of food sovereignty as the right of people to determine their own food…

EPISODE 3 | September 30, 2013

Fruit Loops

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EPISODE 3 | October 7, 2013

Demystifying Milk

The fluid milk industry has been booming since urbanization, but what health concerns are inherent in milk consumption? Dani Zylberberg…

EPISODE 3 |

What’s Wrong with Tipping?

Is the restaurant tipping model outdated? Tune into this special segment to hear HRN’s Sari Kamin discuss the issues surrounding…

EPISODE 3 |

Hunger in NYC

New York City has come to exemplify the income inequalities of our nation. Hear from Michelle Friedman, the Communications Director…

EPISODE 3 |

Food Apps

Apps are making it easier for people to connect to the one thing that sustains us all- food! Tune into…

EPISODE 3 | October 22, 2013

Evolutionaries: Florence Fabricant

Meet Florence Fabricant, known to some as “Flo Fab”. Florence Fabricant is a nationally renowned food writer and columnist who…

EPISODE 2 | September 26, 2013

Quaker Ice Cream

For the past 22 years, Coles has been using his old fashioned ice cream machine to churn 10 gallon batches…

EPISODE 2 | September 30, 2013

Cut Flowers

Currently, the food world is obsessed with traceability and sourcing. But how do these ideas apply to other agricultural products?…

EPISODE 2 |

Milk & Cheese Science with Harold McGee

Renowned food scientist Harold McGee explains cheesemaking from curd to aging on this special science and food technology expose. Hear…

EPISODE 2 |

Chef Advice

If you could travel back in time, what would you tell your former self? HRN’s Sari Kamin posed this question…

EPISODE 2 | October 7, 2013

Oysters & Sustainability

Find out what makes oysters such a sustainable and environmentally sound crop in this special recording on the HeritageRadioNetwork.org! Sari…

EPISODE 2 | October 13, 2013

Is Wonder Bread Bread?

Wonder Bread is back on the shelves after being suddenly vanishing when Hostess went defunct and it got us wondering…

EPISODE 1 | September 26, 2013

Airport Food is on the Rise

Celebrity chef dining is the latest trend in airport cuisine. Typically known for it’s abundance of fast food options, airport…

EPISODE 1 |

Food Art: Jonathon Keats

Jonathon Keats is a conceptual artist and experimental philosopher known for creating large-scale thought experiments. Jonathon Keats works like a…

EPISODE 1 |

Are Egg Whites Healthier?

Why do people choose to eat only egg whites and not the whole egg? In this piece, Latima Stephens talks…

EPISODE 1 |

Northern Lights

Learn about the historical North Dakota Nonpartisan League and the film that highlights the populist group, Northern Lights, on this…

EPISODE 1 | September 30, 2013

National Farmer’s Day

Each year in our country, we celebrate eleven national holidays; why do these celebrations neglect those who feed our nation,…

EPISODE 1 |

Food Science Corner: Acids & Bases

Welcome to the Food Science Corner! Meradith Hoddinott explains acids and bases for food applications. What levels of pH cause…

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All Things Cider: Staff Picks

| October 11, 2016

Cooking Issues – Johnnie Walker Red Rye Episode

Beverage | August 29, 2016

What One Rum Can Do…Summertime Cocktails with Damon Boelte

Beverage |

Smells Like Small-Batch Indie Spirits

Commentary | August 5, 2016

Panorama Festival Food Scene Reflects the New York Hustle

Specialty Foods | August 2, 2016

Cacao Sourcing Solutions: A Bean-to-Bar Tasting at Roni-Sue’s Chocolate

Commentary | July 5, 2016

HRN at Bonnaroo – Kitchen Confidential: “Never Have I Ever”

Advocacy & Food Policy |

HRN at Bonnaroo – Game Changer: One Food Hack to Save the World

Commentary |

HRN at Bonnaroo – Behind the Menu: Making of a Food Truck

Arts & Media | May 23, 2016

Heritage Radio Network featured on CBS This Morning

Commentary | May 9, 2016

Food Book Fair Panel Discussion: Recipe Testing and Development

Culinary | April 19, 2016

The Bright Future of Our Kitchens

Advocacy & Food Policy | April 17, 2016

7th Annual Chefs Collaborative Closing Keynote: Michel Nischan

Advocacy & Food Policy |

7th Annual Chefs Collaborative Short Talk: Kamal Mouzawak

Advocacy & Food Policy |

7th Annual Chefs Collaborative Short Talk: Kat Kinsman

Advocacy & Food Policy |

7th Annual Chefs Collaborative Short Talk: Evan Hanczor

Advocacy & Food Policy |

7th Annual Chefs Collaborative Short Talk: Dan Rosenthal

Advocacy & Food Policy |

7th Annual Chefs Collaborative Summit Panel: Wages and Tipping

Advocacy & Food Policy |

7th Annual Chefs Collaborative Summit Keynote: Saru Jayaraman

Advocacy & Food Policy |

7th Annual Chefs Collaborative Summit Keynote: Simran Sethi

Advocacy & Food Policy |

7th Annual Chefs Collaborative Summit Panel: Follow the Money

Advocacy & Food Policy |

7th Annual Chefs Collaborative Short Talk: Derek Denckla

Advocacy & Food Policy |

7th Annual Chefs Collaborative Short Talk: Barton Seaver

Advocacy & Food Policy | April 14, 2016

7th Annual Chefs Collaborative Short Talk: Kimbal Musk

Advocacy & Food Policy |

7th Annual Chefs Collaborative Summit Panel: Exploring Good Food as Smart Business

Advocacy & Food Policy |

7th Annual Chefs Collaborative Summit Keynote: José Andrés

Commentary |

“Transformative” Change Coming for KFC

Advocacy & Food Policy | April 12, 2016

2016 Food + Enterprise Keynote Address: Oran Hesterman

Advocacy & Food Policy |

2016 Food + Enterprise Keynote Address: Majora Carter

Advocacy & Food Policy |

2016 Food + Enterprise Keynote Address: Media Partners

Advocacy & Food Policy |

2016 Food + Enterprise Keynote Address: Jessamyn Waldman Rodriguez

Advocacy & Food Policy |

2016 Food + Enterprise Keynote Address: Michelle Long

Advocacy & Food Policy |

2016 Food + Enterprise Keynote Address: Joanne Wilson

Culinary |

Battle of the Chicken Biscuits at Root & Bone Preview

Advocacy & Food Policy | April 8, 2016

2016 Food + Enterprise Keynote Address: Carolyn Steel

Advocacy & Food Policy |

Food + Enterprise 2016 Keynote Address: Azish Filabi

Food History | April 7, 2016

Blending Function, Design, and History With The KitchenAid Stand Mixer

| March 31, 2016

Join HRN’s intern team for Summer 2016!

Commentary | March 9, 2016

Wasted: Drinking Stories and Trash Talk

Arts & Media |

Randall Goldman

Arts & Media |

Stephanie Burt, The Southern Fork Podcast

Commentary |

That Chef Can Cook

Commentary | March 8, 2016

Never Have I Ever…

Culinary | February 29, 2016

Advice from “Letters to an Unborn Chef”

Culinary | February 26, 2016

Paul Fehribach’s “Letter to an Unborn Chef”

Culinary |

Woody Back’s “Letter to an Unborn Chef”

Culinary |

Frank Lee’s “Letter to an Unborn Chef”

Culinary |

Daniel Doyle’s “Letter to an Unborn Chef”

Culinary |

Nick Anderson’s “Letter to an Unborn Chef”

Culinary |

Nico Romo’s “Letter to an Unborn Chef”

Culinary |

Blake Hartwick’s “Letter to an Unborn Chef”

Culinary | February 17, 2016

Podcast Potluck, Volume 1: Winter 2016 Preview!

Beverage | February 16, 2016

Eric Blanc of Richland Rum Speaks on Behalf of the Spirits Award Winners

Commentary | December 30, 2015

Things we loved in 2015 (plus some things we loved to hate)

Commentary | December 28, 2015

Get Schooled: Jack’s “Food Studies 101” Syllabus

Profiles | December 18, 2015

HRN Interns Dish on Their Favorite Food Pieces of 2015

Food History | December 17, 2015

The Vanishing Past of the Brooklyn Food Scene– Listen Here

Beverage | December 10, 2015

Try a Negroni Bianco for Winter Entertaining (Podcast Potluck Preview!)

Agriculture | December 7, 2015

Does Labeling Hurt the Local Food System? Listen Here

Agriculture | November 20, 2015

Rice on Randall’s Island? An Urban Farm Branches Out

Profiles |

The Founding Farmers of Food Radio

Profiles | November 19, 2015

Edward Mukiibi Brings Us Good News From Africa

Advocacy & Food Policy | November 5, 2015

The Zero Food Print Story

Advocacy & Food Policy |

Farm-To-Table Takes Center Stage

Beverage | November 4, 2015

Neighborhood Brews: Craft Beer and Gentrification in NYC

Meat & Fish | October 23, 2015

Fine Dining Chefs Celebrate Goatober

Meat & Fish | October 16, 2015

Don’t Quail My Vibe: 5 Things You Never Knew About Quail

Arts & Media |

The HRN Instagram Hot-List: Ten Favorites from the Week In Food

Food History | October 15, 2015

Sneak Peek! Eating Through Time with Evelyn Kim

Commentary | October 14, 2015

Gay Food 101, in 7 Tweets

Commentary | October 8, 2015

Save the Dates! Race, Place, and Authenticity in the Brooklyn Food Scene Panels

Science & Tech | October 2, 2015

The 8 Most Important Tweets from “Technology and the New Food Ethics” MOFAD Roundtable