Weekly Picks: Building Equity Across the Food System

Organizers, executives, chefs, and restaurant owners come together across HRN’s network this week to discuss issues of fairness - from workers’ rights to representative CPG brands.  ...


Food Without Borders: Yasmin Khan

Yasmin Khan, a long-time human rights activist, is the author of Ripe Figs, a book focusing on the Eastern Mediterranean — part travelogue, part cookbook, part meditation on the notion of...


Andrew Zimmern- “Life Jackets”

On today’s show we have the honor of welcoming chef, writer, TV personality, activist and lover of food, Andrew Zimmern. Andrew has spent his life in the food industry, and as we come to ...


Zoe Adjonyoh: Zoe's Ghana Kitchen

Join us for a conversation with Zoe Adjonyoh, chef, author and food justice activist from London.


Judy Collins- "The Seven T's"

On this week's very special episode we are joined by music legend Judy Collins. Judy is a grammy award winner with a career spanning over 60 years. She not only has a 55 album body of wor...


Farming While Black

Host Jenna Liut speaks with farmer, educator, author, and food sovereignty activist, Leah Penniman.


Jenny Dorsey: Catching Up

Join cohosts Vallery and Ethan for a catch-up with former Why Food? cohost Jenny Dorsey. Jenny is a professional chef, author and speaker specializing in multi-platform storytelling fusin...


Preeti Mistry: The Future of Food Leadership

Preeti Mistry, chef-activist best known for their restaurant Juhu Beach Club, has been fighting injustice since a kid named Aaron pushed them too far in middle school—and they pushed back...


Miguel de Leon, Sommelier and Activist.

Miguel de Leon is a restaurant and wine professional of color living in NYC. He has worked his way through some of the finest dining rooms in the country including Chez Panisse, Momofuko,...


Stephen Satterfield: From wine to Whetstone

Join Vallery and Ethan for a conversation with Stephen Satterfield, cofounder of Whetstone Magazine.