The Transformative Power of Food Literature

Meet four more HRN Hall of Fame inductees – they're all writers who have changed the way we talk about food.


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.


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 ...


The Dish on Original Dishes

[audio mp3="https://heritageradionetwork.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/David-Kinch.mp3"][/audio] A lot of controversy is stirred up in the food world about originality and signature dish...


Ariane Daguin

Ariane Daguin is the owner and co-founder of D'Artagnan - one of America's largest specialty-meat-and-game distributors. D'Artagnan is one of the worlds most trusted manufacturer of pates...


Betty Fussell

Betty Fussell is an American success story - and one of the most celebrated and beloved writers in food. Over the last 50 years her writing has appeared in the New York Times, The New Yor...


Tom Colicchio

Chef Tom Colicchio might be most recognized by the public as the head judge on Bravo's hit reality cooking series "Top Chef.", but his culinary accomplishments go far beyond food televisi...


John Besh

John Besh is a chef with a passion for preserving the rich cuisine of New Orleans.


Lydia Shire

Lydia Shire is the enduring culinary talent behind some of Boston's most celebrated restaurants. She's universally acclaimed, having won a James Beard award for Best Chef Northeast, and t...


Kermit Lynch

Forty years ago Kermit Lynch seemed like an unlikely wine hero. A struggling musician with a fledgling handbag business no one, least of all himself, would have predicted his groundbreaki...