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A Conversation with Korsha Wilson

Food writer and HRN Host of A Hungry Society, Korsha Wilson joins us to chat about her experience breaking into the food world, the power of Twitter in getting assignments, and the curren...

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"Black People Are My Jam" Chefs Sicily & Mavis Jay of Food + People

Today’s guests are chefs Sicily Sewell Johnson and Mavis Jay Sanders, founders of Food + People.

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Karla Vasquez on SalviSoul & Documenting the Salvadoran Diaspora

Today's show is an interview with Karla Vasquez, founder of SalviSoul, food writer, recipe developer, and food stylist based in Los Angeles.

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DeVonn Francis on Being a Chef and Artist in Equal Measure

On today’s show I talk to chef, artist, model, photographer DeVonn Francis about food as art, the idea of expansiveness and hospitality.

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Irene Li on the Unsung Restaurants Fund & Having Hope

On this special show I speak with Irene Lei of Mei Mei Restaurant in Boston about what running her business has been like since the coronavirus crisis started and the Unsung Restaura ...

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Korsha Wilson on what inclusivity in the food world would look like

Korsha Wilson is a food writer, culinary school grad, and host of Heritage Radio Network’s “A Hungry Society”– a podcast dedicated to creating a more inclusive food world.

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Soul Food Sessions Pt. 2

Today’s show is going to be a continuation of the series of interviews from the Soul Food Sessions dinner which was held at the James Beard Foundation house in Manhattan earlier this mont...

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Soul Food Sessions Pt. 1

Today’s show is going to be a series of interviews from the Soul Food Sessions dinner which was held at the James Beard Foundation house in Manhattan earlier this month.

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Jose Garces on Protecting Undocumented Restaurant Workers

Today’s guest is Jose Garces, Father, farmer, food and drink lover, restaurateur, James Beard Award winner, author and Iron Chef. A second-generation Latin American, Garces was born to Ec...

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Professor Krishnendu Ray on How Food Culture is Shaped

Today's guest is Krishnendu Ray, Chair of the Department of Nutrition and Food Studies at NYU.