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All Roads Lead to Rhum

Live from Haiti Rhum Barbancourt CEO Delphine Gardere joins the band to talk the history of rhum, making spirits as a woman and what the history of Barbancourt means for her home.

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Haitian Food & Drink with Chef Alain Lemaire

This week’s guest is award-winning Chef Alain Lemaire, Co-owner and Executive Chef of Sensory Delights, LLC and Arome Catering, both full service catering companies based out of South Flo...

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Richard Clervil

Having grown up in Brooklyn and Queens, Richard is familiar with people from many different places in the Caribbean – Jamaica, Guyana, Haiti, and St. Lucia. Everyone brings their own food...

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Epicurious Safari with Nicky Marcelin

Haiti-born Nicky Marcelin is the chef and founder of Epicurious Safari, a food experience company that curates intimate culinary events rooted in the African Diaspora.

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Building Ayiti

As children, Rubens and Freddie fled the collapse of the Duvalier regime in Haiti with their family. After growing up in New York and starting families of their own, they're called back t...

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Kate Perry and the Last Rum Crusade

Kate Perry grew up in Maine, and earned degrees in Anthropology/Archaeology & Geography/Geology from the University of Denver.

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Relief Work, On the Ground All Over the World

Tune in as Feast Yr Ears kicks off its second season!

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Jonah Vitale

This week's featured farmers are Jonah Vitale-Wolff and Leah Penniman.

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Island Creek Oyster Farm

Jack Inslee takes the wheel for this week's edition of The Farm Report to talk oyster farming with Chris Sherman and CJ Huck of Island Creek Oyster Farm.

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Harvesting Justice with Beverly Bell

Beverly Bell discusses food sovereignty in the book she co-authored, Harvesting Justice. This week on The Farm Report, Erin Fairbanks talks with Beverly about the need to democratize the ...