How Kids Can Enjoy Cherries All Summer Long
Cherry season has officially begun and Time for Lunch is letting young eaters know what that means. This Heritage Radio Network podcast is a place where kids can learn about eating, cooking, enjoying and sometimes playing with food. The show's co-host, Harry Rosenblum says, “As a parent I always try to explain things to my kids as much as possible.
A Family Cherry Farmer on Transparency, Heritage, and Hard Work
Consumers are more aware than ever of the complexity of our food supply chain. In the face of shortages, many are working to simplify the path between their food and their plates by supporting U.S. grown produce. Ben LaCross, a cherry farmer from Lake Leelanau has always believed that “farming and food production is a national security initiative.” Ben is a second generation farmer, working on a 1,000 acre cherry orchard that his parents first purchased in 1972 and later expanded.
Cider and Cheese, Please! With Chris Banker
Chris Banker makes cider, beer, and cheese at home! This week on Fuhmentaboudit!, Mary Izett and Chris Cuzme call up Chris in San Diego to talk about his different fermentation processes. Hear how Chris uses simple ingredients like apple juice and cherries to make delicious, unique dry ciders!
John La Polla is the co-owner of the extraordinary Brooklyn homebrew shop, Bitter & Esters. Bitter & Esters is the only brew-on-premise homebrew store in New York City with a focus in brewing education. Mary Izett invites John into the studio for this week's edition of Fuhmentaboudit!
Mark Ladner, Brooks Headley & Katy Peetz
Patrick Martins chats with critically acclaimed chefs Mark Ladner and Brooks Headley of Del Posto on this weeks episode of The Main Course. Tune in for an all inclusive interview, spanning from their early culinary influences to their thoughts on modern cuisine and trends in the food world.