A Barista's Perspective on the Business: Ashley Rodriguez
In part four of the Speaking Broadly coffee series, Boss Barista podcaster Ashley Rodriguez shares her thoughts on aspects of the coffee industry that deserve more attention: past-crop coffee, pay transparency for farmers and baristas, why the coffee narrativ
Chef Michel Nischan on Breakthrough Covid and Being a Good Neighbor
In mid-Summer, although fully vaccinated, Michel and his wife Laurie got Breakthrough Covid after a business trip to Nashville. We had to postpone our original conversation, but when we did connect, Michel shared his experience with us. We were moved. And think you will be too.
Small Farms and the Post-Pandemic Unknown
At the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, many people began buying more local food directly from small farms in their communities, and some farmers scrambled to meet increased demand. A year later, as planting kicks off for the 2021 season, they’re asking: What now? Will customers keep coming back?
Drugs, Declassified: Munchies, Militaries and Magic Mushrooms
Inspired by the passage of Measure 109 in Oregon and Initiative 81 in Washington D.C., this week we're exploring the state of drugs – particularly the agricultural, scientific and culinary aspects of them. Tash Kimmel explores the science behind cannabis and cravings.