Space: Reimagining Where We Live, Work, and Eat
During the pandemic, outdoor and indoor spaces are being reconceptualized to better suit new ways of living, working, and eating. In this episode we’ll explore the ways familiar spaces are shifting to become more hygienic, more profitable, and more accessible.
Screens: A Virtual Gateway to Food
On this week's episode of Meat and Three, we explore what happens when food is consumed through a screen. From a simple TV or computer monitor to the more complex VR goggles, the sensory experience of food is fundamentally shifted with the mediation of a virtual barrier.
Mimi Thorisson and Jessie Kanelos Weiner
Mimi Thorisson is the author of A Kitchen in France, and Manger, her blog devoted to French cooking and life in the French countryside. Though she grew up in Hong Kong, Mimi developed a love of French cooking early on while visiting her grandmother in the South of France.
Patricia Curtan, Menus for Chez Panisse
On today's THE FOOD SEEN, Patricia Curtan is a printmaker, long associated with Alice Waters. If you've ever been to Chez Panisse in Berkley, CA, it's Patrica's letterpress, woodcut and linoleum block reliefs, which have graced the restaurant's menus for over 40 years.
Gardening with Willi Galloway and Melissa Metrick
This week's episode of The Farm Report is all about gardening! Host Erin Fairbanks chats with Willi Galloway, a Portland-based gardener and author of Grow Cook Eat: A Food Lover's Guide to Vegetable Gardening, Including 50 Recipes, Plus Harvesting and Storage Tips.
Foraged Flavor with Tama Matsuoka and Eddy Leroux
Welcome to this week's episode of The Main Course! On this episode, host Patrick Martins checks in with Heritage Radio Network president Jack Inslee from Bonnaroo. Patrick and Jack discuss not only the music happenings of the festival, but the food component, as well.