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What Does This Moment Mean For Women-Run Businesses?

What does the COVID-19 crisis mean for women-run food businesses? On today’s show I speak with Shaolee Sen, CEO of Hot Bread Kitchen, about the unique challenges women-run and immigrant-r...

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Rahim Diallo: From Engineering to African Hospitality

Join cohosts Vallery and Ethan for a fascinating conversation with Rahim Diallo, co-founder of Ginjan Brothers, a line of ginger juice and a new cafe in east Harlem.

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Daily Provisions NYC!

Today on The Main Course OG, Emily, Patrick and Trigg are in the studio with Jessamyn Rodriguez, social entrepreneur, educator and the founder of Hot Bread Kitchen, an amazing bakery in H...

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Dreaming of Italy

Gelato, risotto, pistachio butter, anchovies, Prosecco… ? Welcome to the life (and grocery list) of Skye McAlpine, who has called Venice home since the age of 6.

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Honoring Harlem

On the second day of February, the always entertaining Chef Marcus Samuelsson discusses his recently published Red Rooster Cookbook, and a special Black History Month menu he’s cooked up ...

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Levain Bakery

On today's episode of THE FOOD SEEN, how did two competitive swimmers inspire the legend of a world famous 6-ounce chocolate chip walnut cookie?

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The Whole Hog With Brady Lowe, Founder Of Cochon 555

Today's host is Cochon 555 founder Brady Lowe, who for once will be enjoying the annual pig-centric tour from a more common perspective this year, as opposed to emceeing. He tells us abou...

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Yvette Leeper-Bueno

Yvette Leeper­-Bueno owns Vinatería, the charming Harlem neighborhood restaurant and wine bar.