A Taste of the Middle East in the Midwest

The journey through the Midwest's rich ethnic flavors continues as host Capri S. Cafaro is joined by two guests who share their own personal experiences of bringing different Middle Easte...


Naomi Mobed: From Banking to Chutney

Please join hosts Vallery and Ethan for a conversation with Naomi Mobed, founder of Le Bon Magot. Naomi grew up in Pakistan and Iran, and even while pursuing a career in banking, never st...


Scents & Flavors: Syrian Cookbook

On this week's episode of Eat Your Words, host Cathy Erway is joined by Charles Perry, a culinary historian who has written widely on cooking in the medieval Middle East.


More than a Dip for Your Chips

[audio wav="https://heritageradionetwork.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/SHORT-PIECES-FOR-MALCOLM-merged.wav"][/audio] The humble pulse or legume is more important than you think. Didn’t r...


Jessamyn Rodriguez & Gail Simmons

This week's guests: Jessamyn Rodriguez & Gail Simmons.


Jewish Soul Food

This week on Eat Your Words, host Cathy Erway is talking with author Janna Gur about her new recipe book, "Jewish Soul Food." Just in time for upcoming holidays, Cathy kicks off the show ...


The Shape of Things That Work

Katy Purviance Basic is talking about form and function on this week's installment of Burning Down the House. Curtis B. Wayne calls up Katy to chat about the role of architecture in impro...


Milk Through the Ages

Is milk "nature's perfect food"? This week on A Taste of the Past, Linda Pelaccio is joined by cookbook historian Anne Mendelson to debunk this myth. Anne is the author of Milk: The Surpr...