Introducing HRN's Newest Shows
Culture & Flavor is a podcast about food and culture centered in Black & Indigenous foodways. Hosted by Zella Palmer, Director and Chair of the Dillard University Ray Charles Program in African American Material Culture in New Orleans, Louisiana. Each episode features high vibrational conversations with cultural bearers, chefs, farmers, scholars, bbq pitmasters and more - where there is flavor, there is history - Join Zella and her guests as they share stories that will have you praise dancing, cooking, conjuring and inspiring your culinary journey.
Everything is Better in Barryville is a revolution, an adventure into the changing character of rural America, where long-time locals look with suspicion at city folk planting their flags in the country to re-start their lives, and get “back to the garden.”
Part Twin Peaks, part Footloose, and part Green Acres for the modern world, Everything is Better in Barryville is the last hope for a town divided, where the backroads are dotted with Trump signs, even as gay bikers roll through town during the steamy high season of the summer months.
Whether you want to be in front of the camera, behind the camera, or just entertained- each episode of The Culinary Call Sheet lifts the apron to reveal the adventurous and often unexpected secrets to how the sausage (aka a food show) gets made. In conversation with a variety of epicurean icons, culinary production veterans, April Jones and Darin Bresnitz, give an insider's view into personal stories from the field and provide an in-depth, behind-the-scenes look into some of the most popular food programming and current trends happening in today's evolving culinary media landscape.
Dyed Green is a podcast about food and culture in Ireland. Hosted by Kate McCabe and Max Sussman, co-founders of the ecotourism company Bog & Thunder, each episode features dynamic conversations with chefs, farmers, scholars, and more - exploring Ireland’s rich culinary history, its dynamic creative culture, and challenging outdated stereotypes. It’s not just Guinness and potatoes (although there will be plenty of that too!) Join Kate and Max on a culinary journey to the country you won’t believe you’ve been missing: Ireland.
Gastronomica is where the academic field of food studies meets a public appetite for gastronomy and the culinary arts. Tune in to hear interviews with authors whose articles or books have recently been featured in the journal (published by University of California Press since 2001), as we showcase diverse voices in the food world, tackle complex questions about cooking, cuisine, culinary traditions, food justice and equity. Each episode is hosted by a member of the journal’s Editorial Collective, representing food scholars, perspectives, and disciplines from around the world.