Episode

Finding Color and Texture in Healthy Meals

Michael Davenport admits he is no dietician, but he believes that you can trust many of your cravings - if food smells good and looks good, your body is sending you a signal. When it’s co...

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What If Produce Was Treated Like Medicine?

What if produce was treated like medicine and doctors could prescribe healthy food? A growing body of Produce Rx programs allow individuals living with diet-related chronic illnesses to a...

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Liberation Cuisine with Gabriela Álvarez

Chef Gabriela Alvarez founded Liberation Cuisine in 2014 with the mission to feed movement work.

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Sol Sips

There's a growing number of healthy food options in Bushwick, but for many residents these options can feel inaccessible or alienating. How can we make healthy food, and healthy living in...

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How to Feed Your Dog Like You Feed Yourself

When we first met Erica Harte, the proud pet parent of Italian Greyhound and Chihuahua mix Baxter and the subject of our second episode of our Like Farmer, Like Dog podcast, she was still...

Article

Jam, the Urban Farm Dog

For the first episode of our Like Farmer, Like Dog podcast, we went to North Brooklyn Farms to meet vegan chef Emma Gonzalez and her dog Jam, who is something of a celebrity around the fa...

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An Aussie Afternoon with Two Hands

On this episode of HRN Happy Hour, Kat & Caity learn all about Australian café culture (and fairy bread) from Henry Roberts and Giles Russell, the Aussies behind Two Hands!

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Public Health

This week on Everything's On the Table, Erin Fairbanks talks public health with guest co-host Carolyn Zezima, President of NYC Foodscape. Tune in as Erin and Carolyn sit down with Devin M...

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Post-Sandy Business Recovery: Part 1

Many of the effects of Superstorm Sandy on the Rockaways have been documented in myriads of sources, but how did the tropical storm hurt food access and food businesses in the community? ...