In Honor of Slow Food
by Amandha Silva For three days only, HRN and Slow Food USA are joining together to offer joint membership. Make a donation to either organization during that time for double the connection to the radical heart of American cuisine. HRN has a long history with our friends at Slow Food USA. Since food radio's founding by Patrick Martins in 2009 -- directly inspired by the Slow Food Movement -- HRN has been a platform for thought-provoking conversations about the real issues affecting the global food supply.
Meet the Date Lady, Colleen Sundlie at Slow Food Nations 2019
Colleen Sundlie is the creator of “Date Lady”, a distributor of whole dates, date sugar and a wide range of date based syrups and spreads. Kat Johnson got to ask Colleen about her date history, why she first started selling them, her products and the different varieties of dates that exist.
Jennifer Holmes of Hani Honey and Slow Bees at Slow Food Nations 2019
Hannah Fordin got to chat with beekeeper Jennifer Holmes, the founder of Hani Honey Company about how she first fell in love with honey bees, the different varieties of honey in florida, her fight against the “‘cides,” (pesticides, herbicides, etc.) and finding new ways to interact with bees.
Alice Waters, Kristen Essig and Krista Roberts at Slow Food Nations 2019
HRN’s Caity Moseman Wadler was lucky enough to sit down with Krista Roberts, the director of Slow Food Denver; Kristen Essig, the Chef and owner of NOLA’s Coquette; and Alice Waters, the Chef, author, food activist, and owner of Berkeley California’s Chez Panisse.
Urvashi Rangan of Grace Communications Foundation at Slow Food Nations 2019
For a special on-the-road episode of HRN Happy Hour, we welcome Urvashi Rangan, the Chief Science Advisor to the Grace Communications Foundation where she works on a wide range of communication and messaging initiatives on sustainable food issues.