Podcast Spotlight: Speaking Broadly

On Speaking Broadly, host Dana Cowin sits down with trailblazing women in food to learn about their stories. These intimate conversations delve into the challenges and successes of featur...


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...


The Rules According to V: V Spehar

From auditioning for a Dolly Parton Christmas show as a lark on their birthday, to going to a job interview, soup in hand, moments after totaling their car, to catering for Mitt Romney, V...


Wine & Race, Grit & Joy: Tahiirah Habibi

The life of Tahiirah Habibi is the journey from the deadly streets of North Philly to homecoming queen AND president at Penn State to sommelier in Miami to founder of the Hue Society in A...


The Power of Perfect: Nancy Silverton

Star chef Nancy Silverton of Los Angeles's Osteria Mozza, Pizzeria Mozza and Chi Spacca overcame her fears about baking to become one the greatest pastry chefs in the world.


Motherhood, Money and Meaning: Lisa Marie Donovan

Lisa Marie Donovan struggled against poverty, sexism, insecurity, family history to achieve success on her own terms and to tell her story in the recently published book,


Community Before Country: Carolina Saavedra

Carolina Saavedra is a chef, activist and educator who works both at Stone Barns Center in Westchester and at La Morada, her family's restaurant in the South Bronx.


For Failure's Sake: Alex Pemoulie

Is failure the best teacher? In this episode of Speaking Broadly, writer and Director of Finance at Sea Creatures Alex Pemoulie traces the arc of her relationship with failure.


Leadership Lessons from a Skater-Journalist-Musician: Jamila Robinson

Philadelphia Inquirer food editor Jamila Robinson learns leadership lessons from her everyday life, whether as a violinist realizing everyone needs to be "bowing in the same direction"; a...


Death isn't 1, 2, 3: Rozanne Gold

Rozanne Gold is likely best known for cooking for her series of books that taught us how to cook with 3 ingredients—ideal in the time of COVID19. But what might be even more powerful now,...