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.
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.
Piazzolos Antonio Starita and Pasquale Cozzolino at Slow Food Nations 2019
Hannah Fordin sits down for a bi-lingual conversation with Antonio Starita and Pasquale Cozzolino – two experienced piazzolos from Naples who served up wood-fired pizzas for hungry crowds at Slow Food Nations in Denver. What's the secret to a perfect Naples style pizza?
Kevin Mitchell is Writing the Book on Southern Food at Slow Food Nations 2019
After his second cooking demo at Slow Food Nations (his first was partially rained-out), Chef Kevin Mitchell sat down with Kat Johnson to talk about food of the African Diaspora, the new project on Southern cuisine he’s working on with Dr.
Dana Cowin, Alice Waters, Ron Finley, and Paolo Di Croce’s Keynote Conversation at Slow Food Nations 2019
The Slow Food Leader Summit kicked off with a wide-ranging conversation on the festival’s theme: Where Tradition Meets Innovation. Dana Cowin, host of Speaking Broadly on HRN, moderated the panel.