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High Production Values: Fabienne Toback & Karis Jagger

High on the Hog is an extraordinary documentary that is destined to re-shape our understanding of the African American influence on food in this country. Based on Dr.

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Preserving Diversity Through Corn Whiskey

Today Zarela and Aarón are joined by their friend Yira Vallejo. Yira spent ten years as a brand incubator in the wine and spirits industry of New York City, before returning to Oaxaca in ...

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Ann Armbrecht: The Business of Botanicals

Join us for a conversation with Ann Armbrecht, director of the Sustainable Herbs Program of the American Botanical Council, and author of the new book The Bu

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Suzanne Barr

On today's episode of theLINE: Chef Suzanne Barr. Suzanne was previously the Head Chef and a partner at True True Diner in Toronto, Canada, the owner of the popular restaurant Saturday Di...

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Gather

Ever wonder why we don’t eat Bison meat in this country? This is a little known - but extremely important - part of American history that perfectly demonstrates one way the US government ...

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Poison Squad: Founding of the FDA

Technology and industry put more food on the shelves and in markets by extending the life of perishable goods with canning and processing methods. But was the food safe? By the late 19th ...

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Beer Boom: Building Bridge and Tunnel

In anticipation of Beer Boom, the upcoming documentary on New York City brewing, Jimmy talks to the people who made the movie possible.

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The Real McCoy

On today’s show, we’re sitting down with the fascinating Bailey Pryor of The Real McCoy rum from Barbados!

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Bonus: Jamie Oliver on Evolutionaries

This week on Meat + Three we’re bringing you an interview with an HRN Hall of Fame standout featured on HRN’s special series Evolutionaries.

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Jamie Oliver

Jamie Oliver is a chef, restaurateur, cookbook author, and TV host. In the late 90s, he was a young restaurant cook who happened into his own show "The Naked Chef" where he cooked to his ...