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Flavor of Croatia Podcast takes you on a journey of exploring Croatian food and recipes, Croatian culture, travel, and history through interviews with anyone who has a fascinating Croatian story to share. Join your host Zeno Hromin as he interviews artisans, winemakers, culinary experts, genealogists, people who are defining and redefining Croatia today. Expected debut late January 2021
 
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Join Mallory the fruit bat as she struggles to contain her incorrigible best friend Spencer from wreaking havoc throughout the nocturnal exhibit. LIGHTS OUT is a sitcom for your ears! This monthly scripted podcast is written and produced by Helen Burak, starring Megan Goldman and Helen Burak, with music by Nicolai Heidlas. Cover art by Bart Klick and Zach Stoppel.
 
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Ana i Krsto Matulić are inspired every day by the untouched nature of the island of Pašman to create new natural, handmade cosmetics, and food products. They base the quality of our handmade products on Pašman's tradition and locally grown and sourced organic ingredients. Pašmanero hot sauce and Pašman Libre balsamic vinegar won the prestigious Sup…
 
Ana- Marija Bujić is the author of What's Cooking in Dubrovnik and Pantarul At Home. She is one of the most influential foods bloggers in Croatia with Da Mi Je Nešto Slatko blog at www.damijenestoslatko.com and a co-owner of restaurant Pantarul in Dubrovnik. In addition Ana- Marija holds MA in English and French and teaches online courses ( Croatia…
 
In this episode, we chat with Alessandro Zecchinati, one of the founders and Head of Sales & Marketing at Bura Brew in Poreč. visit Bura Brew at https://www.burabrew.hr/ This podcast is brought to you by Adriatic Gourmet, importers of premium Croatian delicacies. You can visit them at www.adriaticgourmet.com We thank you for taking the time to list…
 
In this episode (#89) we talk with Jerry Sipe, recovery manger for Dixie and Beckwourth Complex Fires in Plumas County. He talks about how the utter devastation in Greenville, a town of about 1,100 in Plumas County, has left a debris field from one end to the other, as well as destroyed homes scattered throughout the area. While crews are making go…
 
The Dixie Fire was a tough one. It started on July 13, 2021, and is still burning (as of this post on Oct. 12) on the Plumas National Forest, Lassen National Forest, Lassen Volcanic National Park, and in five counties: Butte, Lassen, Plumas, Shasta and Tehama. It has burned 963,309 acres and is currently 94% contained. The town of Greenville, popul…
 
Ivica Škriljevečki is a trained tour guide and he has over 15 years of experience. He is bringing unique experiences to life as a licensed Tourist Guide & Travel Agent based in Zadar - Croatia You can visit him at www.itravel.hr This podcast is brought to you by Adriatic Gourmet, importers of premium Croatian delicacies. You can visit them at www.a…
 
In this episode (#87) we talk with an expert on disaster mitigation. He is Professor Satoru Nishikawa, Disaster Mitigation Research Center, Nagoya University, Nagoya, Japan. We had the opportunity to chat with Dr. Nishikawa about the topics that connect Japan and California - natural disasters. We each have a long history of disasters and as such, …
 
In this episode, Zeno Hromin chats with Petar Razović, director of the Hvar Tourist Board. For more information on visiting the wonderful island of Hvar, please visit https://visithvar.hr. This podcast is brought to you by Adriatic Gourmet, importers of premium Croatian delicacies. You can visit them at www.adriaticgourmet.com We thank you for taki…
 
We are back from vacation .... and in this episode of Flavor of Croatia, Zeno Hromin chats with Paul O'Grady, one of the family members that produce Award-winning BRIST Extra Virgin Olive Oil and olive oil tours. BRIST extra virgin olive oils are all domestically produced from traditionally native Istrian olive sorts. These olives have been grown f…
 
in this episode, Zeno Hromin chats with the founder of Volim Ljuto brand of homemade hot sauces, ajvars, and spices. Under his guidance and with relentless passion, his company has transformed the way Croatians today are thinking about peppers and hot sauces. They grow and sell seedlings and fruits of hot peppers, as well as their products in the f…
 
This week guest on Flavor of Croatia podcast is Sara Dyson from Expat in Croatia portal. Sara arrived in Croatia in 2013 and fell in love with the country. She settled in Split and since has helped thousands of locals and expats navigate the oftentimes confusing web of Croatia regulations. Regardless if you have a real estate question, starting a b…
 
Mate Jankovic is one of the top chefs in Croatia, a TV personality, and one of the judges of Croatia Master Chef. He is also a food consultant, private chef, and tireless advocate of Croatian cuisine. He was featured with late Anthony Bourdain on his No Reservations Croatia episode where he showed Anthony around Croatia and introduced him to local …
 
This episode of All Hazards (#86) takes you on a walking tour of Big Basin Redwoods State Park. The CZU Complex fire burned nearly all of the 18,000-acre park beginning in August, 2020, a significant portion of the 86,000 acres that burned in the Santa Cruz Mountains. The good news is most of the massive redwoods survived; however, the park’s infra…
 
In this episode of Flavor of Croatia, Zeno Hromin interviews Tedi Chiavalon, one-half of the duo behind Chiavalon Olive oIl brand. Today, Chiavalon is the most awarded Croatian olive oil producer. The Chiavalon family has over 7.500 of their own olive trees and overlooks an additional 5.000 trees from contracted cultivators. The family produces aro…
 
In this episode of Flavor of Croatia, Zeno Hromin interviews Domagoj Boljar , one of the principals behind Miret Sneakers. Along with his brother Hrvoje they craft shoes with 7 amazing plants: hemp, kenaf, cork, corn, jute, eucalyptus, rubber tree and New Zealand wool. Driven by their dedication and desire to make things right they’ve combined the …
 
Ivan Vuković is a licensed tour guide in Croatia for the Dubrovnik area. Traveler by soul, tour guide by passion, photographer by love, black belt owner in judo. Traveled to 120 countries around the globe. National Geographic co-host and local expert featured in various foreign media about movies, history, and photo tours. Contact Ivan website www.…
 
In the words of our guest for this episode, “Table top is one thing. Getting your knuckles dirty is another.” Cal OES Assistant Fire Joe Gear takes a few minutes to sit down and talk with us about his role as incident commander, and that of Cal OES’s role, as well as the overall operations for Sentinel Response 2021. This is a detailed, complex all…
 
Croatian pop singer and songwriter who is best know for her popular singles "Zivot Nije Siv", "Budi mi Blizu", and "Slobodna". She is also known for having won both Best Music Video and Album of the Year at the 2018 Porin Awards for the album and single "Zivot Nije Siv". This podcast is brought to you by Adriatic Gourmet, importers of premium Croat…
 
In this episode of Flavor of Croatia, Zeno Hromin interviews Andrea Pisac , the driving force behind the Croatia Honestly blog and author of the very popular Croatian Desserts cookbook. Zeno & Andrea discuss Croatian Traditional Easter customs, her cookbook, her project to help people in Petrinja that were devoted by the earthquake and more things.…
 
This episode of All Hazards (#84) takes us to the front lines of the fight against Covid-19, the vaccination super site located at Cal State Los Angeles. We sit down with some of the top leadership there: David Stone, Cal OES Fire & Rescue Branch Jack Nelson, FEMA Major LeRoy Cisneros, California Army National Guard Lt. Col. Andy Olson, Active Duty…
 
Interview with Fran Reizl, maker of Vrsna Chocolates. Get more info at https://www.vrsna-chocolates.eu/ From the darkest to the pink, from those with the dots of autonomous Dalmatian breed to the chocolates that are perfect souvenirs because they have the Amphitheater in Pula or Dubrovnik on the packaging, to truffles, praline, to chocolate with a …
 
In this episode (#83) we talk with Michelle Mead, Meteorologist In Charge - at the National Weather Service in Sacramento. We talk about the role the meteorologist plays during the response and recovery efforts for a disaster. Ms. Mead graduated in 1994 with a BS degree in Earth Science with an emphasis in Meteorology from St. Cloud State Universit…
 
In this episode of Flavor of Croatia Podcast Zeno Hromin talks to noted Croatian Genealogist and Heritage expert Robert Jerin about his unique Croatia Heritage Tours and Cruises. Robert runs a very popular FB Croatian Heritage and Genealogy group at www.facebook.com/groups/croatianheritageandgenealogy with over 20 000 members He is also an author o…
 
In this episode of Flavor of Croatia Podcast Zeno Hromin interviews Sanja Stamenić Oštrić, managing Partner and Marketing Director of Solana Nin. Solana Nin has been in existence since 1500. It is one of only three BIO Certified Organic salt producers in Europe. At the Nin Saltworks, the salt is not produced by the machines. It is not produced by t…
 
Be sure to visit OES News for more images and podcast information. In this episode of All Hazards, he’s THE public information officer for his fire department. No, not a small hamlet in rural California. San Francisco, California. Can you believe this legendary fire department has one person handling public information request, media relations, cri…
 
In this episode of Flavor of Croatia, Zeno Hromin interviews Martina Pernar, marketing director of Paška Sirana on the island of Pag, Croatia. Pag sheep cheese (or Paški Sir) is a winner of many Best in World awards over the years and it's protected by EU PDO designation (Protected Designation of Origin). Paški Sir is the first Croatian cheese to e…
 
Flavor of Croatia Podcast takes you on a journey of exploring Croatian food and recipes, Croatian culture, travel, and history through interviews with anyone who has a fascinating Croatian story to share. Join your host Zeno Hromin as he interviews artisans, winemakers, culinary experts, genealogists, people who are defining and redefining Croatia …
 
In this episode (#81) we talk with Grady Joseph, Cal OES Assistant Director for the Covid19 Logistics Task Force. Learn about the complexity inherent in the logistical response to this pandemic in California. He talks about the early challenges of PPE procurement, scams, price gouging, vaccines and their distribution, the task forces created, Calif…
 
In this episode we sit down with Cal OES Deputy Director, Recovery, Ryan Buras. Governor Gavin Newsom appointed Mr. Buras in June, 2019 (just in time for the year of disasters, 2020) to head our Recovery directorate due, in part, to his experience with disaster recovery efforts in the US and American territories. Buras has been director of the Nati…
 
In episode #79 we are grateful to have CALFIRE Battalion Chief Mike Mohler as our guest. Reaching us via Zoom during this pandemic, he speaks candidly about his “implosion” on the job, which led him to seek professional help. Chief Mohler speaks of Post Traumatic Stress Injury (PTSI), intentionally differentiating his affliction from PTSD (Post Tra…
 
In this episode (#78) we talk with Chris Spohrer, District Superintendent, California State Parks, Santa Cruz District. He talks to us about the devastation to the Big Basin Redwoods State Park done by the CZU Lightning Complex Fire when it swept through beginning on August 16th; It wasn’t fully contained until September 22nd. The damage inflicted …
 
In this episode (#77) we talk with two experts on the dangers of exposure to wildfire smoke. Our guests are: Sumi Hoshiko is an environmental epidemiologist with the Environmental Health Investigations Branch, Center for Healthy Communities, in the California Department of Public Health. She has conducted research on health effects related to clima…
 
This is part-2 of our conversation with contact tracer Brittani Peterson. In part-1, episode #75, Brittani was just wrapping up her training and was about to begin her work reaching out to people who had recently tested positive for coronavirus. Now, Brittani is more than a month into her job and shares with us what she’s experience so far. Contact…
 
In this episode of All Hazards we take a look at “contact tracing.” We began hearing about this in earnest shortly after the coronavirus hit. Health officials are trying to find out who’s had it, where they might have gotten it and with whom they’ve been in contact. And to do that they employ the dedicated services of contract tracers. We talk with…
 
This is the return of All Hazards after a Covid19 Hiatus. We hope you’re all safe and well. We sat down with members of the Cal OES Office of Legislative and External Affairs in January 2020 with the intention of posting it asap. Then the coronavirus hit. It seemed there were more pressing issues on everyone’s minds, so we didn’t want to post this …
 
In this episode (#73) we talk with Cal OES Deputy Director Mitch Medigovich, who oversees the Logistics Management Directorate. We concentrate on some of the more recent incidents Logistics have been challenged by including the Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS), the Camp Fire, Ridgecrest Earthquake and Hurricane Florence. Topics include disaster l…
 
This episode takes a closer look at how the International Affairs Office, at the Governor’s Office of Emergency Services, is the central hub for matters of international policy and guidelines, working relationships and special international projects. As the focal point of Cal OES’s engagement with the international emergency management community, I…
 
In this episode, Cal OES Chief Counsel Alex Pal sits down with Shawn Boyd at headquarters to talk about the role he and his office played during a few recent California emergencies, and the importance legal affairs plays as a whole. Alex was appointed to this position by Governor Brown in 2018 and was reappointed by Governor Newsom in 2019. Prior t…
 
Denise Shemenski is the tribal advisor for Cal OES. The purpose of the Office of Tribal Coordination is to improve and maintain communication and collaboration between California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services (Cal OES) and all Native American Tribes in California. This office aims to create effective collaboration and informed decision-ma…
 
In this episode of All Hazards (#69) we talk with Vance Taylor; he’s the chief of the Office of Access and Functional Needs at Cal OES. Topics of conversation include the importance of partnerships, issues and concerns related to AFN that come up during nearly every emergency in California, and how Taylor and his team tackle those problems before, …
 
We caught up with Butte County Sheriff Kory Honea just about one year after the Camp Fire broke out, and about 11 months after we first sat down with him. In this episode, Sheriff Honea talks about how the recovery effort is going, the health and wellness of the community and first responders who endured the response efforts, and what his prioritie…
 
Governor Gavin Newsom appointed Mona Pasquil Rogers as senior advisor at the Governor’s Office of Emergency Services in June, 2019. Pasquil Rogers has served as appointments secretary in the Office of the Governor since 2011. • Chief of staff to Lieutenant Governor John Garamendi from 2008 to 2009 • Acting Lieutenant Governor from 2009 to 2010, upo…
 
In this episode (#66) we talk with Brian Ferguson, deputy director of communications at Cal OES. We’ll talk about his transition from working in the governor’s office to the world of emergency management and why he’s OK with not knowing everything about his new employer, its communications team and all the facets that it faces. He’ll also talk abou…
 
In this episode of All Hazards, we talk about the important relationship between Cal OES and the private sector. We sit down with two people who have forged a working relationship that exemplifies the symbiotic nature of disaster response and recovery teamwork. Abby Browning is the Chief of the Office of Private Sector/ Non-Governmental Organizatio…
 
California Volunteers, together with the Office of the Governor, announced on May 30, 2019, they kicked off the California For All CERT and Listos Preparedness Conference during an opening ceremony in San Diego, CA on Thursday, May 30, according to their own description. CalVolunteers officially launched the volunteer teams – CERT (Community Emerge…
 
In this episode of All Hazards we chat with three members of a delegation from a high level of Australia’s emergency management leadership. They are visiting Cal OES for strategic discussions on how both California and Australian representatives coordinate and respond to disasters including sharing best practices, gaps, and lessons learned, as well…
 
In this episode (#62) of All Hazards we talk with Orange County Fire Captain Richard Ventura. He’s a member of the California Urban Search & Rescue Task Force 5 and is the director of the Southern Wind RDD US&R Full Scale Exercise. That’s the topic of conversation. This is a learning based exercise that challenges US&R task forces in an environment…
 
In this episode we talk with our new Cal OES Deputy Coastal Region Administrator Nehru Harper. Nehru has always led a life of service--from being a Brownie, to becoming one the first of many women to serve onboard a Pentagon sanctioned vessel in the United States Navy, to advocating for disabled veterans, and working for the Federal Emergency Manag…
 
Podcast #60: En este podcast, vamos a hablar sobre la importancia de estar listos para un desastre o emergencia. Viviendo en California, no somos extraños a las emergencias. Hablamos con Jovanna Garcia de la Agencia Federal para el Manejo de Emergencias (FEMA) y ella comparte consejos de sus experencias profesionales y personales. Estar preparado e…
 
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