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Fermentation Never Sleeps: Live at Farm to People
This spring, HRN is hosting a 3-part event series at Farm to People in Bushwick, Brooklyn. This live recording is from March 8th, when Harry Rosenblum hosted the first of the series: "Fermentation Never Sleeps."
The panel discussion featured Holistic Health Practitioner and recipe developer, Lily Harris; Co-Owner of Fifth Hammer Brewing Company and Co-Host of HRN’s Fuhmentaboudit! Mary Izett; and the Founding Director of the Museum of Food and Drink Peter Kim. The conversation focused on the practical ways fermentation could be incorporated into our lives and each of the panelists shared their experiences and relationships with fermentation. The discussion ended with inquisitive questions from the fermentation-enthusiast-leaning audience members
Harry brought samples (krauts and Kvaas) for everyone to try while Farm to People offered a special bespoke menu featuring fermented food and ingredients for people who stayed to continue the discussion and the communing.
On April 12th, join us for Foraging Like a Local: A conversation about the edible landscape around us. The evening will highlight exciting ways to see, taste and experience the natural world whether among the concrete or the trees. Our host that evening will be Dana Cowin, host of Speaking Broadly and long-time former editor in chief of Food & Wine magazine. Dana will welcome Melissa Metrick, host of HRN's Fields, and Allie E.S. Wist, an artist-scholar and writer focused on the senses and the Anthropocene, to talk about the beauty and bounty of overlooked, sometimes maligned growing ingredients. Plus: how to prepare what we find, and how to think about the future through resilient, found foods.
For more information or to reserve tickets go to heritageradionetwork.org/eventseries
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