Heritage Radio Network

Heritage Radio Network A nonprofit food radio station on a mission to make the world more equitable, sustainable, and delicious! Heritage Radio Network (HRN) is a nonprofit podcast network dedicated to creating a more equitable, sustainable, and delicious world by expanding the way eaters think about food.
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We do this through creative educational reporting and storytelling. Founded in 2009 by Patrick Martins and inspired by the Slow Food Movement, since its inception HRN has been a platform for thought-provoking conversations about the real issues affecting America’s food supply. There are many stories that never reach mainstream food media and that’s where HRN is different: our listeners hear from all over the food chain--farmers, truckers, chefs, cheesemakers, cookbook authors, activists and more! HRN’s name reflects the use of the word Heritage referring to rare-breed animals and edible plants, it represents our commitment to preserving both biodiversity and diversity of perspective in the food world. By empowering listeners to take ownership of what’s on their plate and how it got there, HRN is working to fix a broken food system and archive the many voices that are shaping the culinary world for future generations. Roberta’s Pizza, a restaurant at the forefront of Brooklyn’s culinary renaissance, has been HRN’s home since the beginning. We broadcast 35+ shows each week from our studio, two recycled shipping containers, in their backyard. HRN’s programming covers sustainable agriculture, home cooking, the most innovative technology, and everything else to do with food. (Here’s the current lineup of shows.) You can listen on demand here on our website or find all of our programming for free on your favorite podcast app. Is there a topic you're ready to immerse yourself in? Browse HRN's 14,000 episode archive for a decade's-worth of listening. Nonprofit communities like HRN depend on all kinds of support to thrive. First and foremost, we’re grateful to our show hosts who generously contribute their time and wide-ranging expertise to our global audience of listeners, bringing them the most important conversations happening in the world of food. Our success is also rooted in the diverse community of restaurateurs, farmers, policy experts, and thoughtful eaters who share their dollars and ideas in support of HRN’s programming both on and off the air. We believe that one person can help change the world one bite (or sound bite) at a time. And we rely on listener support to help us continue the fight--and keep our content free. Donate today and become a member of HRN’s food revolution!

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Peter Reinhart is the author of 13 books on bread, food and culture and he is on a never-ending search for the perfect p...
05/15/2021

Peter Reinhart is the author of 13 books on bread, food and culture and he is on a never-ending search for the perfect pizza. He joins Why Food? Podcast this week to talk about the Johnson & Wales University International Symposium on Bread. Plus he talks about Pizza Quest, the newest podcast coming to HRN's lineup!

Listen now: heritageradionetwork.org/episode/peter-reinhart-pizza-quest

Peter Reinhart is the author of 13 books on bread, food and culture and he is on a never-ending search for the perfect pizza. He joins Why Food? Podcast this week to talk about the Johnson & Wales University International Symposium on Bread. Plus he talks about Pizza Quest, the newest podcast coming to HRN's lineup!

Listen now: heritageradionetwork.org/episode/peter-reinhart-pizza-quest

Three incredible women from The Cheese Culture Coalition are featured on Cutting the Curd this week, talking about their...
05/14/2021

Three incredible women from The Cheese Culture Coalition are featured on Cutting the Curd this week, talking about their work bringing greater diversity to the cheese industry.

Whitney Roberts (President), Agela Abdullah (Marketing Director), and Kyra James (Professor of Curriculum Development) discuss their plans for empowering BIPOC communities through cheese education programs and grants.

heritageradionetwork.org/episode/meet-cheese-culture-coalition

Thanks to Comté Cheese and Angry Orchard for supporting this episode.

Three incredible women from The Cheese Culture Coalition are featured on Cutting the Curd this week, talking about their work bringing greater diversity to the cheese industry.

Whitney Roberts (President), Agela Abdullah (Marketing Director), and Kyra James (Professor of Curriculum Development) discuss their plans for empowering BIPOC communities through cheese education programs and grants.

heritageradionetwork.org/episode/meet-cheese-culture-coalition

Thanks to Comté Cheese and Angry Orchard for supporting this episode.

This week on Inside Julia’s Kitchen, Yasmin Khan joins Todd Schulkin to discuss her new book, Ripe Figs: Recipes and Sto...
05/14/2021

This week on Inside Julia’s Kitchen, Yasmin Khan joins Todd Schulkin to discuss her new book, Ripe Figs: Recipes and Stories from Turkey, Greece and Cyprus.

heritageradionetwork.org/episode/meet-yasmin-khan

Yasmin Khan is a food and travel writer, broadcaster, and human rights campaigner. Her 2018 cookbook, Zaitoun: Recipes and Stories from the Palestinian Kitchen, was described as a “moving, empathetic, hugely knowledgeable and utterly delicious book” by the late Anthony Bourdain.

The featured photo is Pomegranate Passion Cake from Zaitoun, photo by Matt Russell.

Thanks to Ludwig Coffee for supporting this episode.

Inside Julia's Kitchen is produced in partnership with The Julia Child Foundation.

This week on Inside Julia’s Kitchen, Yasmin Khan joins Todd Schulkin to discuss her new book, Ripe Figs: Recipes and Stories from Turkey, Greece and Cyprus.

heritageradionetwork.org/episode/meet-yasmin-khan

Yasmin Khan is a food and travel writer, broadcaster, and human rights campaigner. Her 2018 cookbook, Zaitoun: Recipes and Stories from the Palestinian Kitchen, was described as a “moving, empathetic, hugely knowledgeable and utterly delicious book” by the late Anthony Bourdain.

The featured photo is Pomegranate Passion Cake from Zaitoun, photo by Matt Russell.

Thanks to Ludwig Coffee for supporting this episode.

Inside Julia's Kitchen is produced in partnership with The Julia Child Foundation.

How will NYC Mayoral Candidate Kathryn Garcia’s ambitious green infrastructure plans promote urban farming in NYC?The Fi...
05/14/2021

How will NYC Mayoral Candidate Kathryn Garcia’s ambitious green infrastructure plans promote urban farming in NYC?

The Fields team reached out to all of the major candidates for mayor of New York regarding their urban agriculture plans. Kathryn Garcia gave an hour of her time to discuss her highly relevant background as well as her new green infrastructure plan.

Listen: heritageradionetwork.org/episode/mayoral-candidate-kathryn-garcia-talks-urban-ag

Garcia previously served as Commissioner for the New York City Sanitation Department, incident commander during Hurricane Sandy, Interim Chair and CEO of the New York City Housing Authority, and Food Czar for New York's emergency food program during the COVID-19 emergency response. As mayor, she plans to green every roof in NYC and much more. Garcia joins Melissa Metrick and Wythe Marschall to discuss food and environmental policy with a special focus on what this means for urban farmers.

How will NYC Mayoral Candidate Kathryn Garcia’s ambitious green infrastructure plans promote urban farming in NYC?

The Fields team reached out to all of the major candidates for mayor of New York regarding their urban agriculture plans. Kathryn Garcia gave an hour of her time to discuss her highly relevant background as well as her new green infrastructure plan.

Listen: heritageradionetwork.org/episode/mayoral-candidate-kathryn-garcia-talks-urban-ag

Garcia previously served as Commissioner for the New York City Sanitation Department, incident commander during Hurricane Sandy, Interim Chair and CEO of the New York City Housing Authority, and Food Czar for New York's emergency food program during the COVID-19 emergency response. As mayor, she plans to green every roof in NYC and much more. Garcia joins Melissa Metrick and Wythe Marschall to discuss food and environmental policy with a special focus on what this means for urban farmers.

2021 US Bartender of the Year, Adam “George” Fournier joins Shari Bayer on All in the Industry. They talk about where he...
05/14/2021

2021 US Bartender of the Year, Adam “George” Fournier joins Shari Bayer on All in the Industry. They talk about where he grew up, when he started working in the hospitality industry, and how he began competing with Diageo Bar Academy.

heritageradionetwork.org/episode/adam-fournier-2021-us-bartender-year-usbg-presents-world-class-sponsored-diageo

This episode was supported by Diageo Bar Academy. Learn more about all the tools that DBA offers to help you take your career to the next level. Sign up for free at bit.ly/3fBIhx8.

2021 US Bartender of the Year, Adam “George” Fournier joins Shari Bayer on All in the Industry. They talk about where he grew up, when he started working in the hospitality industry, and how he began competing with Diageo Bar Academy.

heritageradionetwork.org/episode/adam-fournier-2021-us-bartender-year-usbg-presents-world-class-sponsored-diageo

This episode was supported by Diageo Bar Academy. Learn more about all the tools that DBA offers to help you take your career to the next level. Sign up for free at bit.ly/3fBIhx8.

On this season of The Feedfeed Podcast, it’s all about “What’s For Dinner?”This week, Joanne Molinaro (The Korean Vegan)...
05/13/2021

On this season of The Feedfeed Podcast, it’s all about “What’s For Dinner?”

This week, Joanne Molinaro (The Korean Vegan) talks about her mission to “veganize Korean food and Koreanize everything else!”

heritageradionetwork.org/episode/whats-dinner-joanne-korean-vegan-joins-julie-talk-about-her-family-stories-her-favorite

📸 instagram.com/thekoreanvegan

On this season of The Feedfeed Podcast, it’s all about “What’s For Dinner?”

This week, Joanne Molinaro (The Korean Vegan) talks about her mission to “veganize Korean food and Koreanize everything else!”

heritageradionetwork.org/episode/whats-dinner-joanne-korean-vegan-joins-julie-talk-about-her-family-stories-her-favorite

📸 instagram.com/thekoreanvegan

We’re teaming up with Angry Orchard on a GIVEAWAY over on our Instagram. Enter to win a copy of American Cider, a ticket...
05/12/2021

We’re teaming up with Angry Orchard on a GIVEAWAY over on our Instagram. Enter to win a copy of American Cider, a ticket to our virtual event, and a bundle of Angry Orchard merch!

Head to Instagram.com/heritage_radio for your chance to win!

05/12/2021

📣 Calling all kids! 📣

Do you have a question for the next Mayor of NYC about the FOOD in your school? If you do, Moxie has a message for you. Time For Lunch, HRN's podcast for kids, is giving NYC public school students the chance to ask the next NYC mayor about the FOOD in their school.

Criteria:
👉Ask NYC Mayoral Candidates Anything about Public School Lunch
👉Must be a current NYC Public School Student
👉Question(s) recorded digitally
👉Preferred iOS =>Voice Memo App
👉Preferred Android => Voice Recorder App

Please Provide:
1️⃣ Full Name
2️⃣ Preferred podcast reference: “First Name” or “Student from (School)”
3️⃣ Name of Current NYC Public School
4️⃣ Current Grade
5️⃣ Recorded Voice Memo
6️⃣ Social Media Handles (optional)

Email [email protected] by Sunday, 5/16/21 for a chance to be included!

Alexandra Jones joins Diane Stemple on Cutting the Curd to discuss her new book "Stuff Every Cheese Lover Should Know." ...
05/12/2021

Alexandra Jones joins Diane Stemple on Cutting the Curd to discuss her new book "Stuff Every Cheese Lover Should Know." She shares everything from the basics of what cheese is all about to tips for hosting a cheese tasting and instructions for making the ultimate grilled cheese.

https://heritageradionetwork.org/episode/diane-interviews-alexandra-jones

Thanks to Comté Cheese for supporting this episode.

Alexandra Jones joins Diane Stemple on Cutting the Curd to discuss her new book "Stuff Every Cheese Lover Should Know." She shares everything from the basics of what cheese is all about to tips for hosting a cheese tasting and instructions for making the ultimate grilled cheese.

https://heritageradionetwork.org/episode/diane-interviews-alexandra-jones

Thanks to Comté Cheese for supporting this episode.

Many consider Rajat Parr the greatest uncertified sommelier in the world. He is the award-winning author of “Secrets of ...
05/11/2021

Many consider Rajat Parr the greatest uncertified sommelier in the world. He is the award-winning author of “Secrets of Sommeliers" and “The Sommelier’s Atlas of Wine.” He recently moved to Cambria to his own bio-diverse Phelan Farm. Hear more about his journey in the world of wine on The Grape Nation.

https://heritageradionetwork.org/episode/rajat-parr

Thanks to Garden Cult Design and Angry Orchard for supporting this episode. Get tickets to our May 26th virtual event all about American cider in partnership with Angry Orchard at heritageradionetwork.org/cider.

Many consider Rajat Parr the greatest uncertified sommelier in the world. He is the award-winning author of “Secrets of Sommeliers" and “The Sommelier’s Atlas of Wine.” He recently moved to Cambria to his own bio-diverse Phelan Farm. Hear more about his journey in the world of wine on The Grape Nation.

https://heritageradionetwork.org/episode/rajat-parr

Thanks to Garden Cult Design and Angry Orchard for supporting this episode. Get tickets to our May 26th virtual event all about American cider in partnership with Angry Orchard at heritageradionetwork.org/cider.

As restaurants are re-opening, Amanda Cohen of Dirt Candy is advocating for major change in her industry. She joins Jenn...
05/11/2021

As restaurants are re-opening, Amanda Cohen of Dirt Candy is advocating for major change in her industry. She joins Jenny & Alex on Opening Soon to discuss the future and Independent Restaurant Coalition Restaurant Revitalization Fund grants.

heritageradionetwork.org/episode/restaurant-revitalization-fund-and-re-opening-dirt-candy-amanda-cohen

This episode of Opening Soon was supported, in part, by Popmenu. Popmenu is the restaurant tool to turn more first-time guests into regulars. Fans of HRN can get $100 off their first month at get.popmenu.com/lp/heritage-radio.

As restaurants are re-opening, Amanda Cohen of Dirt Candy is advocating for major change in her industry. She joins Jenny & Alex on Opening Soon to discuss the future and Independent Restaurant Coalition Restaurant Revitalization Fund grants.

heritageradionetwork.org/episode/restaurant-revitalization-fund-and-re-opening-dirt-candy-amanda-cohen

This episode of Opening Soon was supported, in part, by Popmenu. Popmenu is the restaurant tool to turn more first-time guests into regulars. Fans of HRN can get $100 off their first month at get.popmenu.com/lp/heritage-radio.

On the latest episode of The Speakeasy, Mark Barrett of Diageo Bar Academy joins Greg and Sother to talk education. With...
05/10/2021

On the latest episode of The Speakeasy, Mark Barrett of Diageo Bar Academy joins Greg and Sother to talk education. With Diageo Bar Academy’s plethora of tools, folks in the industry can keep learning, develop new skills, and improve their careers. Listen now: heritageradionetwork.org/episode/schools-summer

Learn more about Diageo Bar Academy and join for free at bit.ly/3fBIhx8

This episode was also supported by JUST Egg. Fans of HRN who operate restaurants can get a sample of the plant-based JUST Egg (for free!) at ju.st/hrn.

On the latest episode of The Speakeasy, Mark Barrett of Diageo Bar Academy joins Greg and Sother to talk education. With Diageo Bar Academy’s plethora of tools, folks in the industry can keep learning, develop new skills, and improve their careers. Listen now: heritageradionetwork.org/episode/schools-summer

Learn more about Diageo Bar Academy and join for free at bit.ly/3fBIhx8

This episode was also supported by JUST Egg. Fans of HRN who operate restaurants can get a sample of the plant-based JUST Egg (for free!) at ju.st/hrn.

On The Feedfeed Podcast #48, Lamees Attar-Bashi talks about going from an MBA Engineer to food personality and her work ...
05/08/2021

On The Feedfeed Podcast #48, Lamees Attar-Bashi talks about going from an MBA Engineer to food personality and her work to make Arabian food more accessible.

heritageradionetwork.org/episode/whats-dinner-lamees-attar-bashi-joins-show-talk-all-things-arabian-cuisine

Thanks to Chemists in the Kitchen by LabX presented by the National Academy of Sciences for supporting this episode.

📸 instagram.com/LameesAtarBashi

On The Feedfeed Podcast #48, Lamees Attar-Bashi talks about going from an MBA Engineer to food personality and her work to make Arabian food more accessible.

heritageradionetwork.org/episode/whats-dinner-lamees-attar-bashi-joins-show-talk-all-things-arabian-cuisine

Thanks to Chemists in the Kitchen by LabX presented by the National Academy of Sciences for supporting this episode.

📸 instagram.com/LameesAtarBashi

During the pandemic, The Fattened Caf pivoted from a once-a-month pop-up in STL to a company selling Longganisa-style sa...
05/07/2021

During the pandemic, The Fattened Caf pivoted from a once-a-month pop-up in STL to a company selling Longganisa-style sausages. Hear the owners, Darren and Charlene Lopez Young, on The Line with Eli Sussman. This episode is supported by Popmenu and Honeycomb Credit.

heritageradionetwork.org/episode/fattened-caf

During the pandemic, The Fattened Caf pivoted from a once-a-month pop-up in STL to a company selling Longganisa-style sausages. Hear the owners, Darren and Charlene Lopez Young, on The Line with Eli Sussman. This episode is supported by Popmenu and Honeycomb Credit.

heritageradionetwork.org/episode/fattened-caf

Everything's coming up cider on Beer Sessions Radio  on the Heritage Radio Network! Jimmy is joined by Eleanor Leger fro...
05/07/2021

Everything's coming up cider on Beer Sessions Radio on the Heritage Radio Network! Jimmy is joined by Eleanor Leger from
Eden Ciders, David Thornton from James Creek Cider House, and Craig Cavallo and Dan Pucci, co-authors of “American Cider: A Modern Guide to a Historic Beverage.”

heritageradionetwork.org/episode/american-cider-harvest-based-cider

Thanks to Angry Orchard for supporting this episode. Our New York Cider Association event celebrating cider is coming up on May 26th - heritageradionetwork.org/cider.

Everything's coming up cider on Beer Sessions Radio on the Heritage Radio Network! Jimmy is joined by Eleanor Leger from
Eden Ciders, David Thornton from James Creek Cider House, and Craig Cavallo and Dan Pucci, co-authors of “American Cider: A Modern Guide to a Historic Beverage.”

heritageradionetwork.org/episode/american-cider-harvest-based-cider

Thanks to Angry Orchard for supporting this episode. Our New York Cider Association event celebrating cider is coming up on May 26th - heritageradionetwork.org/cider.

Our friends at Wisconsin Cheese have some amazing virtual events planned for May – it's American Cheese Month!From music...
05/05/2021
Wonders of Wisconsin | Wisconsin Cheese

Our friends at Wisconsin Cheese have some amazing virtual events planned for May – it's American Cheese Month!

From music to cooking to education, there’s something for everyone. Click below to enter the lottery for "Cheese, Cheers and Beers," "Find Your Inner Chef," and "The Great Wisconsin Cheese Giveaway!"

Celebrate American Cheese Month

If you started making sourdough this past year, now is the time to take your baking to the next level. Don't miss out on...
05/05/2021
Bread Symposium 2021

If you started making sourdough this past year, now is the time to take your baking to the next level. Don't miss out on the Johnson & Wales University International Symposium on Bread!

Watch a sneak peek: youtube.com/watch?v=X0x-gnvQa0U

Check out the amazing lineup and purchase tickets at: breadsymposium.com. We're also happy to share a discount code for HRN followers, good for 15% off any ticket you purchase to the symposium: HRNdiscount. #breadsymposium

Bread Symposium 2021 Promo

We’re so thrilled to team up with Craig Cavallo and Daniel Pucci to celebrate the release of their book, American Cider:...
05/04/2021

We’re so thrilled to team up with Craig Cavallo and Daniel Pucci to celebrate the release of their book, American Cider: A Modern Guide to a Historic Beverage. 🍎🍏

This virtual NY Cider Week Event in partnership with Angry Orchard is coming up on Wednesday, May 26th at 7pm ET.

Tickets are available now at heritageradionetwork.org/cider. 🎟 Plus, don’t miss the special Angry Orchard cider bundles 🍾, so you can taste along with Dan, Craig, and special guest Ryan Burk of Angry Orchard.

#newyorkcider #ciderweeknewyork #ciderweekny #americancider

New York Cider Association Beer Sessions Radio on the Heritage Radio Network

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Awesome broadcast with Jeremy Saloman fro Eddy restaurant.
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