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HRN Happy Hour
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It's 5 o'clock somewhere, and somewhere is Bushwick. Every Thursday afternoon, Caity, Kat, and the rest of the HRN team pile in the studio, grab a drink, and dish out the latest news from across the HRN airwaves with some special guests. You never know who will stop by for Happy Hour!
 
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Meat and Three
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A square meal for your ears! This zesty, 15-minute weekly update on food stories and commentary is modeled after the Southern meat-and-three-sides concept: a deep dive and three shorts. Keep up with the latest food trends, the political economy and societal impact of food, health news, and more. Discover your next favorite food podcast via our rotating contributors, and join us as we explore what the fork is going on in the world right now.Meat and Three is the voice of Heritage Radio Networ ...
 
From time to time, the Heritage Radio Network team ventures beyond our Bushwick shipping container studio to bring you special coverage from cities around the US and the world! Our first stop is Nashville, TN, where HRN Producer-at-Large Jack Inslee, Deputy Director Caity Moseman Wadler, and musician and writer Odetta Hartman interview the chefs at some of Music City's top restaurants.
 
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Take a break from the increasingly stressful news cycle for some uplifting food stories First, we hear from Jessica Krainchich, who brought us into the world of youth markets with the legendary planner, Bob Lewis. Then, H Conley has a story about the seed breeder working to make vegetables taste better. Next, we go inside Julia's Kitchen to hea ...…
 
In this episode, you’ll learn more about how the way we shop, eat, and pay for food is changing – for good and for bad. First, we hear from Jessica Krainchich, who set out to learn if autonomous trucks are going to disrupt how food travels across the United States. Then, H Conley takes us inside the world of ghost kitchens. Next we turn to Ruby ...…
 
There's a brand new cookbook out in the world today, and it's about the regional distinctions and new influences that make up the changing face of Southern cuisine. The author is our dear friend, Rob Newton, who grew up in Arkansas and is now the Executive Chef at Gray & Dudley in Nashville. Tune in for a wide-ranging conversation about the myr ...…
 
Recently, HRN traveled to Feast Portland, a west coast food festival that showcases truly delicious bites and deep talks about the current state of the food and beverage industry. Since 2012, the festival has also raised over half a million dollars to help fight hunger. In this episode, we’ll bring you some highlights from our conversations the ...…
 
This week is a celebration of the beginning of autumn – one of our favorite times of the year. We welcome Bob Lewis of Fulton Stall Market and Caylin Sanders of EscapeMaker to talk about the things that have us so excited for the season, including farmers markets, apple cider, fall foliage, and upstate getaways! HRN Happy Hour is powered by Sim ...…
 
HRN wraps up a great weekend at Feast Portland with a special episode of HRN Happy Hour. Caity Moseman Wadler, Hannah Fordin and the rest of the HRN team invite Nate Collier, Le Creuset’s Director of Marketing and Communications, and The Nightwood Society’s Michelle Battista and Kati Reardon to talk Le Creuset colors and festival highlights ove ...…
 
Portland native, Kelly Cox is the creator, director, and host of PBS Food’s The Original Fare, which is now in its fifth season. She spoke with Dana Cowin, host of Speaking Broadly about her “food adventure show” and what led her to a life of trekking, foraging, and reporting from all across the world. HRN On Tour is powered by Simplecast.…
 
Dana Cowin, host of Speaking Broadly, interviews Tyler Malek, the co-founder of Salt & Straw ice cream. Tyler’s journey into the food world took even him by surprise. They chat about franchising, flavor development and, of course, Feast. HRN On Tour is powered by Simplecast.By Heritage Radio Network.
 
Brad Mayer is the Senior Vice President of Marketing for Precept Wine, the largest privately held wine producer in the Pacific West. Listen in as he and Mike Hewitt, host of Recruit. Retain. Relax., sip some delicious wine, and discuss some of the company’s exciting new ventures. HRN On Tour is powered by Simplecast.…
 
HRN’s Executive Director Caity Moseman Wadler interviews Dan Peterson, the founder of Ferment Brewing in Hood River, Oregon. The two discuss their shared love of science, Vermont and really good beer. HRN On Tour is powered by Simplecast.By Heritage Radio Network.
 
Dana Frank has worked as a cook, pastry chef, busser and sommelier and written a beautiful booked called Wine Food. But she really discovered her dream job when she decided to open Bar Norman and spread the word about natural wine. She talks to Dana Cowin, host of Speaking Broadly, about her career. HRN On Tour is powered by Simplecast.…
 
It's our 100th episode of HRN Happy Hour and we're celebrating this milestone the best way we know how: with wine! Jon Troutman, the co-founder of Empathy Wines joins to talk about the company's mission, what it's like to collaborate with his partners (Gary Vaynerchuk and Nate Scherotter), and their newest bottle that you can get your hands on. ...…
 
Guest host and HRN Hall of Fame inductee Elias Cairo speaks to Eric Nelson, Matt Vicedomini, and Earl Ninsom, the trio behind EEM, about their path to collaborating on one of the hottest new restaurants in Portland. Elias Cairo is the founder of Olympia Provisions, Oregon’s first USDA-approved salumeria, established in 2009 HRN On Tour is power ...…
 
Acclaimed DC chef Kwame Onwuachi is the author of the acclaimed memoir Notes from a Young Black Chef and a former Top Chef contestant. He sits down with HRN’s Hannah Fordin and Mike Hewitt, host of Recruit. Retain. Relax., to talk about the evolution of his career and the ins and outs of running Kath and Kin, his popular Afro-Caribbean restaura ...…
 
Naomi Pomeroy the chef and owner of Beast, one of Portland’s hottest restaurants, must be getting used to accolades. She’s received best chef nods from Food & Wine and Bon Appetit and been included on Oprah’s Top 10 Women on the Rise list. Marie Claire magazine even called her the next Alice Waters. Naomi talks with Dana Cowin, host of Speaking ...…
 
Michelle might be a frontrunner for the position of busiest woman in Portland. She is the co-founder of The Nightwood Society, a private dining space that serves as a hub for creative women in Portland’s food scene, hosting events, tastings, and makers markets. Her newest venture is consulting with Burgerville, a chain with close ties to the Pa ...…
 
Emily Elyse Miller knows a thing or two about the most important meal of the day. She is the author of BREAKFAST: the Cookbook and hosts pop-up breakfasts around NYC with her project, BreakfastClub. Emily sat down with HRN’s Liza Hamm and Le Creuset’s Director of Marketing and Communications, Nate Collier to talk about the most important meal o ...…
 
Reem Kassis decided to write her first cookbook, The Palestinian Table, while she was on maternity leave from her job at an NGO. She had never cooked professionally, but she knew that she wanted to preserve her Palestinian culinary heritage and share it with her children and the rest of the world. She spoke with HRN’s Hannah Fordin about tracin ...…
 
Maya Lovelace has brought elevated Appalachian cuisine to the Pacific Northwest with her celebrated restaurante Yonder and Mae. Maya spoke with Alex McCrery, host of Opening Soon about growing from pop-ups and supper clubs to owning two restaurants, fundraising on Kickstarter, and learning to love the food she grew up with in North Carolina. HR ...…
 
In 2017, Megan Sanchez grew her successful Portland torta truck into a brick and mortar restaurant. Combining the Mexican flavors and Egyptian hospitality of her heritage, her inviting and carefully curated restaurant, Güero is a Portland destination for delicious Mexican sandwiches or tortas. She spoke with HRN’s Hannah Fordin about creating t ...…
 
Gaby Dalkin is an LA based food blogger and author of two books, Absolutely Avocados and What’s Gaby Cooking: Everyday California Food. Gaby spoke with HRN’s Caity Moseman Wadler along with Le Creuset’s Director of Marketing and Communications, Nate Collier about building her successful blog, the beauty and color of California cooking, and teas ...…
 
Myriam Hendrickx (Master Distiller for Rutte Gin and Food Scientist) and Kevin Joseph (Founder of New York Oyster Week) join us for cocktails and cold smoked oysters! Their collaboration for New York Oyster Week is a “Rutte Celery Gin with Celery Leaf Spirited Pearl” which involves a process of reverse osmosis to create a delicate membrane arou ...…
 
We welcome Ethan Frisch and Amy Rothstein to talk about how to maximize flavor in your spice cabinet and in your beverage repitoire. Ethan is the co-host of Why Food? and co-founder of Burlap & Barrel, a Public Benefit Corporation building new international food supply chains that are equitable, transparent and traceable. Amy Rothstein is the f ...…
 
In anticipation of Feast Portland coming up on September 12-15, we welcomed two New York-based chefs that are heading to the West Coast. Nick Perkins is the Chef/Co-Owner of the award-winning restaurants Hart’s and Cervo’s, as well as the recently opened wine bar, The Fly, in New York City. Aaron Crowder is Chef and Partner at Cervo’s in New Yo ...…
 
Have you ever found a recipe, ingredient, kitchen tool, or cookbook that has changed the way your whole kitchen functions? We’re obsessed with these joyous discoveries, so we’re dedicating our season four finale to them! This episode is bookended with clever kitchen hacks, but dives deep into elements of cooking where we find ultimate satisfact ...…
 
This week, we celebrate Oscar, who is wrapping up his summer internship at HRN. He's reported on space food, clean kitchens, and the science of ice cream for Meat + Three. He's helped us write some hilarious trivia questions on this show. And he's put his interviewing skills to the test at Good Food Mercantile. We're sad to see him go, but exci ...…
 
Wind your way through the world’s markets, both physical and financial, to find out how they’re changing. This week on Meat + Three, we explore global food trade. First, we follow the journey of deliciously sweet dates – from markets in the Middle East to Missouri. Then, Cathy Erway introduces us to Lizzie Collingham’s book, Taste of Empire, wh ...…
 
Meet four more HRN Hall of Fame inductees – they're all writers who have changed the way we talk about food. We take a look at the journeys that shaped their literary voices, explore the culinary landscape they work with, and examine the transformative effect their work has had on what we eat and where it comes from. The name Michael Pollan is ...…
 
Katie Parla is a Rome-based food and beverage educator and journalist. Her latest book, Food of the Italian South, details the classic, lost, and disappearing dishes of Molise, Campania, Basilicata, Calabria, and Puglia. For her first appearance on HRN Happy Hour, we talk pizza, Roman tours, her New Jersey roots, and more. Plus, we get the insi ...…
 
We wrap up our coverage of Slow Food Nations 2019 with an HRN Hall of Famer, Pierre Thaim! Pierre is the most widely recognized authority on African food in the United States. Born and raised in Senegal, Pierre came to the U.S.A. to attend college, but pursued a career in the restaurant industry instead, working his way up from busboy to chef. ...…
 
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. HRN On Tour is powered by Simplecast.…
 
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. Plus, Hannah learns how in the world one ships bees! ...…
 
Two women who know the ins-and-outs of the Colorado food scene sat down with Hannah Fordin to talk about their participation in Slow Food Nations. Sarah Palki is the Senior Marketing Manager Community Engagement and Events at Whole Foods Market for the Denver area. She talks about the sourcing standards of Whole Foods, and getting to work with ...…
 
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. Together, they discussed the value that Slow Food Nations presents, confronting t ...…
 
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. We talk toxicology, regenerative ag, creative communications strategies (like FoodPrint), and what ...…
 
During an eventful day at the Slow Food Nations Leader Summit, Dana Cowin and Danielle Nierenberg found a quiet spot to chat about Dani’s work as the President of Food Tank, which she co-founded in 2013 with Bernard Pollack. The 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization is focused on building a global community for safe, healthy, nourished eaters. Food ...…
 
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? How to make hundreds of pizzas in one day? Is it really necessary to throw ...…
 
We have an incredibly special bilingual interview featuring Arden Lewis, the Executive Chef of Comal Heritage Food Incubator; Erika Rojas, one of the graduates of the program; and Fatima Prieto, Erika’s daughter. Arden, who just relocated from Brooklyn, talks about Comal’s mission, while Erika and Fatima talk about their newly launched business ...…
 
Hannah Fordin sat down with Chris Starkus, a farmer and the Executive Chef at Urban Farmer in Denver. In addition to their collection of tableside dishes, creative approach when working with whole ingredients, and diverse selection of steaks, Chris shares a bit about what makes Urban Farmer such an interesting restaurant and the excitement that ...…
 
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. David Shields, and why we still need more African-American representation in culinary schools, restaurants ...…
 
Wendy Lu McGill, the Founder and CEO of Rocky Mountain Micro Ranch, Colorado’s first and only edible insect farm and David George Gordon, the ‘godfather’ of insect cuisine and author of Eat-a-Bug Cookbook (+19 other titles) got together with HRN’s Kat Johnson and Hannah Fordin to munch on some mealworms (molitos) talk about how the two of them ...…
 
Alon Shaya is the co-founder (along with his wife, Emily) of Pomegranate Hospitality, the restaurant Saba, located in New Orleans, and Denver’s Safta. He’s also the Author of Shaya: An Odyssey of Food, My Journey Back to Israel. Alon sat down with HRN’s Kat Johnson to discuss his book, his restaurants, the impact of his mentor and high school h ...…
 
He’s one of our favorite people to spend time with at food festivals across the country! Steven Satterfield joins us to talk about Miller Union’s ten year anniversary, coming up this November. He shares some of the restaurant’s “greatest hits” – dishes that have stayed on the menu for nearly a decade. He also shares a status update on Slow Food ...…
 
Kate Cox, Editor at The New Food Economy, is the special guest host of this episode. Kate spoke with Grant McCargo, Meriwether Hardie, and Lilly Hancock from Bio-Logical Capital. They discuss regenerative agriculture and the work that goes into investing in agriculture and improving the systems in place to support growers along every step of th ...…
 
Kat Johnson spoke with Rudy Arredondo and Michael Marsh about agricultural policy and how they work together in our nation’s capital to advocate for farm workers and employers. Rudy Arredondo is the President and CEO of the National Latino Farmers & Ranchers Trade Association, represents the interests of Latino small farmers and ranchers nation ...…
 
Speaking Broadly Host Dana Cowin and her special co-host, Ellen Bennett of Hedley & Bennett, sat down with Denver based chef, Dana Rodriguez, to hear her origin story – from growing up in Mexico and learning to cook early in life – to launching her own restaurants including Supermega Bien and Work & Class. Chef Rodriguez was trained in computer ...…
 
Paul Willis is the Founding Hog Farmer at Niman Ranch. He and Caity Moseman Wadler discuss his journey as a fourth generation Iowa hog farmer who became a game changer in the sustainable meat market. They also explore the importance of agricultural issues in rural elections, the ecological impact of industrial agriculture on our waterways, and ...…
 
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. Alice Waters shared the latest developments in school supported agriculture and the push to bring free and healthy school lunches to every child in C ...…
 
Over 50 years ago, humankind went to the moon. This episode is all about how astronauts, space enthusiasts, fictional explorers and future Mars residents nourish themselves. Kat Johnson shares lessons from Space Camp. Pauline Munch discovers the logistical challenges involved with growing enough food for an interplanetary journey. Oscar Belkin- ...…
 
Recorded live at Slow Food Nations 2019 in Denver! 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. We talk toxicology, regenerative ag, creative c ...…
 
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