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Heritage Radio Network A nonprofit food radio station making the world more equitable, sustainable, and delicious. We do this through creative educational reporting and storytelling.

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. 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 m

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. 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 m

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HRN is thrilled to receive a grant from New York City Department of Cultural Affairs' Cultural Development Fund for the ...
01/05/2023

HRN is thrilled to receive a grant from New York City Department of Cultural Affairs' Cultural Development Fund for the 2023 fiscal year.

The grant supports our mission of making the world more equitable, sustainable, & delicious. You can also support HRN's mission by becoming a member: heritageradionetwork.org/donate.

Please consider donating to the GoFundMe established for King Phojanakong's wife and children. King, 54, passed away thi...
01/05/2023
The Family of Chef King Phojanakong, organized by Eddie Nau

Please consider donating to the GoFundMe established for King Phojanakong's wife and children. King, 54, passed away this week after battling a lengthy illness.

In late May / early June, King Phojanakong developed COVID. Afterward, he traveled to t… Eddie Nau needs your support for The Family of Chef King Phojanakong

King Phojanakong, chef at New York City's Kuma Inn, Umi Nom, and Jimmy's No. 43, has passed away at the age of 54.Eater ...
01/04/2023

King Phojanakong, chef at New York City's Kuma Inn, Umi Nom, and Jimmy's No. 43, has passed away at the age of 54.

Eater calls King a pioneer of Southeast Asian cuisine in NYC. In addition to his work in the restaurant industry, King launched Small Axe Peppers, a hot sauce company, and taught at the Institute of Culinary Education and his own education and events company, Cook Like King.

The HRN team is honoring his memory by listening to an episode of All in the Industry where King sits down with Shari Bayer and fellow HRN host and Jimmy's No. 43 owner, Jimmy Carbone.

https://heritageradionetwork.org/episode/jimmy-carbone-king-phojanakong

The Feedfeed podcast celebrates Nicole Presley's sweet tooth in an episode all about her new book, ¡Viva Desserts! Find ...
01/04/2023

The Feedfeed podcast celebrates Nicole Presley's sweet tooth in an episode all about her new book, ¡Viva Desserts! Find out about her love of sweets and how the creator of Presley's Pantry comes up with unique twists on Mexican-inspired dessert classics. https://heritageradionetwork.org/series/feedfeed

Discover the many processes of decay on Meat and Three, from the transformation of asphalt-filled soil in the middle of ...
01/04/2023

Discover the many processes of decay on Meat and Three, from the transformation of asphalt-filled soil in the middle of a city, to the natural decay within landfills and compost, to the manufactured decay of infrastructure and industry. https://heritageradionetwork.org/episode/rot-and-repurpose

Certified Master Chef Daryl Shular, CMC has had a rich career in the culinary industry. He is the founder of Shular Hosp...
01/01/2023

Certified Master Chef Daryl Shular, CMC has had a rich career in the culinary industry. He is the founder of Shular Hospitality Group, and owner of Shular Institute, PlateED Cooking School, and Farmed Kitchen + Bar. He sits down on Soul with Chef Todd Richards to share his journey.

Enjoy phenomenal food and support HRN at Chef Todd's restaurant, Soul: Food & Culture. Located in , when you dine at Soul: Food & Culture you can now donate 1% of your check to HRN.

https://heritageradionetwork.org/episode/cmc-daryl-shular

📷: CMC Daryl Shular

12/31/2022
Support Nonprofit Food Radio with a Tax-Deductible Donation

Today is the LAST DAY to support HRN during our Year-End Membership Drive. Every dollar you donate helps support HRN, and all donations are tax-deductible.

When we say HRN is listener-supported radio, we mean we can’t make the HRN podcasts you love without your donations. Become an HRN Member today to support nonprofit food radio and help keep your favorite food podcasts on the air.

When you become an HRN Member today at the $90 yearly level or $7.50 monthly level, you’ll receive the limited-release HRN x T-shirt! Donate today before this gift disappears. Become an HRN Member with any donation amount and receive food insider news updates and first notice of special events.

You can also level up your business’s marketing game and put your brand on the airwaves while supporting HRN with a Business Membership.

https://heritageradionetwork.org/donate

Irish coffees, espresso martinis, carajillos, vodka and Red Bull... there are so many examples of drinks combining caffe...
12/31/2022

Irish coffees, espresso martinis, carajillos, vodka and Red Bull... there are so many examples of drinks combining caffeine with alcohol to extend your best night ever— but do they work? Lou Bank and Chava Peribán talk with Dr. Ryan Aycock, aka the Cocktail MD, to put the question to rest on Agave Road Trip.

https://heritageradionetwork.org/episode/can-coffee-supercharge-mezcal

What’s the big food trend Tech Bites is predicting for 2023? Food tech for mindfulness. Bryan Litman, Co-Founder of Hasu...
12/30/2022

What’s the big food trend Tech Bites is predicting for 2023? Food tech for mindfulness. Bryan Litman, Co-Founder of Hasu Flower, joins host Jennifer Leuzzi to talk about how the edible, 3D-printed micro-meditation tablet engages your senses to help you “pause, smell, and (mouth) feel.”

https://heritageradionetwork.org/episode/food-tech-mindfulness-hasu-flower

Nicole Bailey and Zahra Tangorra squish into a yogurt cup to bring you the Life's a Banquet episode all about the softes...
12/30/2022

Nicole Bailey and Zahra Tangorra squish into a yogurt cup to bring you the Life's a Banquet episode all about the softest, squishiest foods. Nicole looks at the history of gum, and Zahra brings you hard-hitting (or should we say soft-hitting?) reporting on rice pudding. Cozy up to a bowl of guacamole and a side of cottage cheese for the mushiest episode of the season.

https://heritageradionetwork.org/episode/so-mushy-soft-foods-ep

Chef Anna Gordon is a pastry chef and the Founder and CEO of The Good Batch, a famed cookie destination in New York City...
12/29/2022

Chef Anna Gordon is a pastry chef and the Founder and CEO of The Good Batch, a famed cookie destination in New York City. She joins The Feedfeed to talk about her successful dream of opening a bakery. She reveals how she gets her inspiration and how she fell so in love with baking in the first place.

https://heritageradionetwork.org/episode/baking-magic-anna-gordon

Celebrated chef Pierre Thiam co-founded Yolele after making two realizations: there was a dearth of West African cuisine...
12/29/2022

Celebrated chef Pierre Thiam co-founded Yolele after making two realizations: there was a dearth of West African cuisine in New York City, and investing in smallholder fonio farmers in Senegal could have positive social and economic impacts.

George Hajjar, Associate Editor at Specialty Food Association, speaks with Pierre about starting his business, the importance of collaboration, and the global food supply chain on Spill and Dish.

https://heritageradionetwork.org/episode/bringing-fonio-world-stage-pierre-thiam-yolele

Only 3 days left to get the limited-release CHema Skandal T-shirt! Help keep your favorite food podcasts on the air by b...
12/28/2022

Only 3 days left to get the limited-release CHema Skandal T-shirt! Help keep your favorite food podcasts on the air by becoming an HRN Member during our Year-End Membership Drive. Go to herigtageradionetwork.org/donate to see all our thank you gifts and become an HRN Member today.

Get comfortable with the locals on Everything's Better in Barryville. Hosts Mike Edison and Johnny Pizzolato talk with t...
12/28/2022

Get comfortable with the locals on Everything's Better in Barryville. Hosts Mike Edison and Johnny Pizzolato talk with their neighbor, celebrity chef Justin Chapple, and Town of Highland resident and council member Fred Bosch. Yulan Brass Duo warms up the episode with a live performance, and Mike remixes the show's theme into a super fun punk rock mix.

https://heritageradionetwork.org/episode/everybodys-talkin

Dreaming of getting away to Paris? Todd Schulkin of The Julia Child Foundation brings Paris to you as he welcomes Paris-...
12/28/2022

Dreaming of getting away to Paris? Todd Schulkin of The Julia Child Foundation brings Paris to you as he welcomes Paris-based baker and cookbook author Frank Barron to Inside Julia's Kitchen. They discuss Frank’s debut cookbook, Sweet Paris: Seasonal Recipes from an American Baker in France, the romance versus reality of living in France, American baking versus French baking, and the holiday season in the City of Light.

https://heritageradionetwork.org/episode/meet-frank-barron

Listen to a special on-the-road episode of All in the Industry from The Culinary Institute of America's Worlds of Flavor...
12/28/2022
“On the Road” at Worlds of Flavor 2022 in Napa, CA With Pierre Thiam and Zoe Adjonyoh | Heritage Radio Network

Listen to a special on-the-road episode of All in the Industry from The Culinary Institute of America's Worlds of Flavor conference. Host Shari Bayer talks with acclaimed chefs, authors, and restaurateurs Pierre Thiam and Zoe Adjonyoh about bringing the flavors and foods from West Africa to a wider global audience.

On today's episode of All in the Industry®, Shari Bayer has a special “On the Road” show from the Culinary Institute of America’s Worlds of Flavor conference, which took place November 2-4 at The CIA at Copia in Napa, CA, with the theme 'Africa and the World: Reclaiming the Past, Crafting the...

Agave Road Trip dives into the sticky subject of agave nectar. In 2004, Oprah Winfrey featured agave nectar as an altern...
12/28/2022

Agave Road Trip dives into the sticky subject of agave nectar. In 2004, Oprah Winfrey featured agave nectar as an alternative to refined sugar and sales have been climbing ever since. Why would some bartenders suggest banning the ingredient? Listen and find out! https://heritageradionetwork.org/episode/agave-syrup-threat-or-menace

Forbes food writer Chloe Sorvino brings readers behind the meat industry's closed doors in her new book, Raw Deal: Hidde...
12/27/2022

Forbes food writer Chloe Sorvino brings readers behind the meat industry's closed doors in her new book, Raw Deal: Hidden Corruption, Corporate Greed, and the Fight for the Future of Meat. Find out more about the industry's exploitation, price fixing, pollution, and bribery with Chloe and Katy Keiffer on What Doesn't Kill You.

https://heritageradionetwork.org/episode/raw-deal-hidden-corruption-corporate-greed-and-fight-future-meat

Thank you to Pasa Sustainable Agriculture for their support.

📷: Nick Rice

Merry Christmas to everyone celebrating today! Regardless of the different shapes our celebrations take, delicious baked...
12/25/2022

Merry Christmas to everyone celebrating today! Regardless of the different shapes our celebrations take, delicious baked goods are something that can be shared with and enjoyed by all. Listen to our ode to holiday sweets and get creative with stories from inspirational chefs and bold recipe ideas from easy to elite.

https://heritageradionetwork.org/ode-holiday-sweets

On Carlos Yescas' final episode as co-host of Cutting the Curd, hear from cheese professionals around the world about ho...
12/24/2022

On Carlos Yescas' final episode as co-host of Cutting the Curd, hear from cheese professionals around the world about how they became experts and their passion for their jobs, cheese, and community. Then get a behind-the-scenes peek at the making of Cutting the Curd in an interview with HRN Studio Engineer, Armen Spendjin. HRN is so grateful for Carlos' contributions, knowledge, and insights on Cutting the Curd, and we look forward to following his new endeavors

Head to our bio for a playlist featuring this episode and more of our favorite Cutting the Curd episodes hosted by Carlos. Be sure to follow him on Instagram and on his website, carlosyescas.com, to get all the details on his exciting upcoming projects.

What makes mezcal taste like mezcal? Rosemary Smith of Black Snake Distillery in Narrabi, New South Wales, asked hosts L...
12/23/2022

What makes mezcal taste like mezcal? Rosemary Smith of Black Snake Distillery in Narrabi, New South Wales, asked hosts Lou Bank and Chava Peribán, “Does the unique taste of each agave spirit mainly come from its sugar source or the crushed fibers and juice?” Lou and Chava fight over the answer on a chicken-or-egg episode of Agave Road Trip. https://heritageradionetwork.org/episode/what-makes-mezcal-taste-mezcal

12/22/2022
Become an HRN Member Today

There are only 9 more days to help us reach our Year-End Membership Drive Goal of $30,000! Help keep your favorite food podcasts on the air by becoming an HRN Member today.

https://heritageradionetwork.org/donate

Donate at the $7.50 monthly level or $90 yearly level before December 31 and receive the limited-release HRN x CHema Skandal T-shirt designed exclusively for HRN members.

Every dollar helps support HRN's mission, and all donations are tax-deductible. You'll become an HRN Member with any donation amount and receive food insider news updates and first notice of special events. Check out HRN's whole lineup of gifts, from stickers to a tour of the HRN studio, and become an HRN Member today.

Rejoice and be merry; it’s the 2022 Beer Sessions Radio  on the Heritage Radio Network Holiday Show! Join Jimmy Carbone ...
12/22/2022

Rejoice and be merry; it’s the 2022 Beer Sessions Radio on the Heritage Radio Network Holiday Show! Join Jimmy Carbone in celebrating the occasion with some of his favorite beer people, including Joel Shelton of Inner Circle Beer Tours, Beer Bier Biere's BR Rolya, Kevin Brooks of Oasthouse Creative, and DiCicco & Sons' Chris DeCicco. Explore the locations they helped to put on the U.S. Craft Beer scene and get some wintertime beer recommendations. Strap in for this boozy sleigh ride on Beer Sessions Radio.

https://heritageradionetwork.org/episode/veggie-haggis-and-christmas-ales-bsr-holiday-show

Enjoy phenomenal food and support HRN at HRN host Todd Richards' restaurant, Soul: Food & Culture. Located in Krog Stree...
12/22/2022

Enjoy phenomenal food and support HRN at HRN host Todd Richards' restaurant, Soul: Food & Culture. Located in Krog Street Market, you can now donate 1% of your check at Soul: Food & Culture to HRN. When you donate, you're helping to empower eaters and transform our food system.

https://heritageradionetwork.org/donate-1-your-check-hrn

Find out more about HRN Host and Board Member Chef Todd Richards, and don't miss brand new episodes of Soul by Chef Todd Richards available now at heritagenetwork.org or wherever you get your podcasts.

Rachel Krupa is the Founder of Krupa Consulting and The Goods Mart, a convenience store for a new generation. On In The ...
12/21/2022

Rachel Krupa is the Founder of Krupa Consulting and The Goods Mart, a convenience store for a new generation. On In The Sauce, Rachel and host Alison Cayne talk about how brands can use PR, from SEO strategy to thought leadership. They discuss driving momentum during moments of growth and moments of building, and how Rachel built the Goods Mart as a place to launch products into retail.

https://heritageradionetwork.org/episode/building-clout

Do you love talking about food almost as much as you love eating it? If the answer is YES, then an internship at HRN is ...
12/20/2022

Do you love talking about food almost as much as you love eating it? If the answer is YES, then an internship at HRN is for you! Applications are now open. Find out more at https://heritageradionetwork.org/internships or tag a friend who you think would make a great HRN Producer.

Our internship program is open to undergrads, grad students, and post-grads. All internships are part-time. While our most popular internship focuses on radio and research, we also offer positions in the areas of editorial, development, social media, and audio engineering.

The deadline for applications is January 15, apply today!

The Grape Nation ends the season with Champagne and bubbly recommendations for the holidays (and beyond) from the best i...
12/20/2022

The Grape Nation ends the season with Champagne and bubbly recommendations for the holidays (and beyond) from the best in the business.

Sam Benrubi gets recs from Robin Wright, Beverage Director at Ci Siamo; Yannick Benjamin and Heidi Turzyn, Proprietors of Beaupierre Wines and Spirits and Contento Restaurant; Aldo Sohm of Le Bernardin & Aldo Sohm Wine Bar; Annie Shi, Partner at King Soho and Jupiter; and Josh Greene, Editor and Publisher at Wine and Spirits Magazine.

https://heritageradionetwork.org/episode/we-ask-experts-recommend-champagne-holidays

12/20/2022
Antonio Diaz on The Culinary Call Sheet

If you’ve ever wanted to produce a food tv series, you won’t want to miss Antonio Diaz’s appearance on The Culinary Call Sheet.

Antonio’s primary focus is on the overall creative and editorial trajectory of Life & Thyme, a platform for culinary storytelling curated from a global network of contributors. He also manages other filmmaking endeavors, such as the award-winning The Migrant Kitchen on PBS. Antonio gives a step-by-step guide on how to produce your first food tv series and shares his decades-long journey in developing Life & Thyme on The Culinary Call Sheet.

https://heritageradionetwork.org/episode/building-culinary-media-brand-chat-life-thymes-founder-antonio-diaz

12/20/2022
Support HRN During Our Year-End Membership Drive

When we say HRN is listener-supported radio, we mean we can’t make the HRN podcasts you love without your donations.

We have just 12 days left to reach our Year-End Membership Drive goal of $30,000. Become an HRN Member today to support nonprofit food radio and help keep your favorite food podcasts on the air.

When you become an HRN Member before December 31 at the $90 level, you’ll receive the limited-release HRN x T-shirt! Donate today before this gift disappears.

Every dollar you donate helps support HRN, and all donations are tax-deductible. Become an HRN Member with any donation amount and receive food insider news updates and first notice of special events.

You can also level up your business’s marketing game and put your brand on the airwaves while supporting HRN with a Business Membership.

Head to the link in our bio to become a member today!

Melissa Sorongon is Co-Owner, head baker, and grain farmer at Piedrasassi Wine & Bread in Santa Barbara County, Californ...
12/19/2022

Melissa Sorongon is Co-Owner, head baker, and grain farmer at Piedrasassi Wine & Bread in Santa Barbara County, California. A fixture at the local farmers markets, Melissa is also a founding member of the farming collaborative California Plowshares, which helps members to overcome many of the obstacles that arise in small-scale farming.

Melissa delves into California Plowshares, talks about growing her own grain and bread-baking, and the challenges of small-scale farming with Todd Schulkin of The Julia Child Foundation.

Thank you to Pasa Sustainable Agriculture for their support.

https://heritageradionetwork.org/episode/meet-melissa-sorongon

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Hello, friends! 👋 Are you a business owner? We all know small businesses keep our communities vibrant! Let Heritage Radio Network amplify your business on air while you show your support of our mission. Please consider becoming a business member this spring. Our business membership drive runs from 3/21- 4/4. We’d love to welcome you to our biz family! 💛 For more details, go to: heritageradionetwork.org/biz.

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Our latest collaborative project is "MASHUPS by Kids Listen - an exciting new podcast to introduce your family to some of the talented people who are part of our Kids Listen community. Each episode is a fun 'mash up' between two different podcast creators who will introduce you to each other's podcasts, then play a game that mashes up their styles and brings out their personalities. Keep listening because each episode ends with some behind the scenes trivia they've never shared on their pods before!
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Available on the Kids Listen App, Apple Podcasts or wherever you download and listen to podcasts: https://bit.ly/KLmashups-Season1
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Episode 1 has launched featuring and The Good Words Podcast
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New Episodes will drop every two weeks and feature:
The Ten News
Newsy Pooloozi
Girl Tales
Kathleen T. Pelley
The Children's Hour
Best Day Yet Podcast
Like You
Heritage Radio Network
America's Test Kitchen Kids
At Your Level Podcast
Jack To The Future
Dorktales Storytime Podcast
Stories for Wonderful Children
Andrew & Polly
Little News Ears


🎶"Mash it up, mash it up" 🎶

No, he's not cooking potatoes 🥔😂........ it's Mashup Day!

Starting today, Sunday 20th March, Kids Listen bring you a new podcast 'Mashups'. Jack To The Future is part of the Kids Listen community and was fortunate enough to be involved in this Mashup series 🙌.

Mashups introduces you to various different podcasts aimed at children of all ages. In each episode, you hear about the two podcasts, including a game that mashes up their styles and brings out their personalities, and each episode ends with a behind the scenes bit they chose to share with you.

Head to ⬆️ or direct at https://anchor.fm/jacktothefuture/episodes/Kids-Listen-Mashups-Trailer-by-Jack-To-The-Future-e1fv5sa to hear Jack’s very own trailer for the series, including him talking about his experience of taking part, why you should listen, where you can listen and hear the Kids Listen official trailer at the end too 😀.

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📌Mashups Season 1 includes:
The Good Words Podcast

The Ten News
Newsy Pooloozi Podcast
Girl Tales
Journey with Story
The Children's Hour
Curious Conversations: A Podcast For Kids By Kids
Best Day Yet Podcast
Jack To The Future


Heritage Radio Network
At Your Level Podcast
Dorktales Storytime Podcast
Stories for Wonderful Children
Little News Ears
Kids' Test Kitchen
Aimee Chan Author
Andrew & Polly
Like You

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On (44:00), Shari Bayer shares her delicious experience featuring Chicken Kiev at RUSSIAN SAMOVAR RESTAURANT NYC, a family-owned Russian piano bar in 's Theater District, which stands with its family and friends in Ukraine 🇺🇦. Previously, on (36:34), for our Industry News segment, Shari & her guest talked about how Russian restaurants in who stand with .

Hear both episodes at Heritage Radio Network or wherever you get your podcasts. 🎧✨

https://heritageradionetwork.org/episode/lynn-house-heaven-hill-brands

https://heritageradionetwork.org/episode/joanna-james-mapp-fine-line

We spoke with Jill Giacomini Basch about the benefits of being a certified women-owned business, the Victory American cheese movement, and how sustainable farming on the California coast makes for breathtaking cheeses like Bay Blue. 🎙Listen here: https://fal.cn/3n3JV

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This week on Inside Julia’s Kitchen host Todd Schulkin welcomes New York Times columnist, cookbook author and YouTuber J. Kenji López-Alt. Todd and Kenji discuss his latest cookbook, The Wok: Recipes and Techniques; when and how he first became interested in food; and how he takes cooking seriously. Plus, as always, Kenji shares his . Heritage Radio Network
http://heritageradionetwork.org/series/inside-julias-kitchen/
This week on , Shari Bayer chats with lovely Lynn M. House. National Spirits Specialist & Portfolio Mixologist for Heaven Hill Brands, a role she’s been at since 2019. Lynn previously was ’s National Brand Educator & National Brand Ambassador; & prior, served as Chief at One Off Hospitality Group’s Blackbird in . ✨

Hear all about Lynn’s long, extensive & impressive career in the beverage industry on Heritage Radio Network or wherever you get your podcasts. 🎧

Thanks for joining us, Lynn. Loved our conversation! 🥂

Today's show also features Shari's to be a true brand ambassador; Speed Round; Industry News Discussion; & experience RUSSIAN SAMOVAR RESTAURANT NYC, a family-owned Russian piano bar in 's Theater District, which stands with its family and friends in Ukraine. 🇺🇦

Listen:
https://heritageradionetwork.org/episode/lynn-house-heaven-hill-brands

Tomorrow we're dropping another Spill & Dish podcast episode! Don't miss Jill Giacomini Basch of Point Reyes Farmstead Cheese talk about her journey in the specialty food industry. In the meantime, catch up on some episodes here: https://fal.cn/3n02q

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On (43:55), Shari Bayer shares her experience El Quijote NYC, one of ’s most iconic Spanish restaurants, which originally opened in 1930 & recently reopened, having been closed since 2018. Hear all about her bar dinner, including this spread of anchovies, boquerones, olives, croquetas & Santa Sangre, at Heritage Radio Network or wherever you get your podcasts! 🎧 Thanks for the warm hospitality Hospitality Sunday team & congrats on your opening! ✨
https://heritageradionetwork.org/episode/joanna-james-mapp-fine-line
"How Kentucky Bourbon Can Help Save The Planet" -- AFT's "No Farms No Future" podcast episode #3 is live!

When the U.S. outlawed alcohol during Prohibition, Kentucky farmers stopped growing rye, a key ingredient in one of Kentucky’s most iconic products—bourbon.

This episode introduces you to farmer Sam Halcomb and AFT’s Billy Van Pelt and Scott Franklin. They are three of the many collaborators in the Bluegrass State—including leaders from the distilling industry, University of Kentucky, and many other farmers—who are powering the effort to put Kentucky rye back into the world’s best bourbon.

AFT launched the Kentucky Commercial Rye Cover Crop Initiative to capitalize on the synergy between Kentucky farmers, the state’s bourbon industry, and the quest to slow the impact of climate change.

Produced in collaboration with Heritage Radio Network.

Listen in now and please rate, review, favorite, follow and subscribe to support us!

https://farmland.org/no-farms-no-future-podcast/


This week on , Shari Bayer chats with Joanna James Moschos, Founder/CEO MAPP Impact, a non-profit supporting women-led food organizations, empowering women to lead through mentorship and advocacy, which is having its first MAPP Restaurant Reset conference in South Florida from April 24-26. ✨

Joanna is also a first-time Film Director of A Fine Line – Vanity Fair’s Best Documentary – focusing on a woman’s place in the kitchen; and a Producer and Writer. 🎥

Tune in at Heritage Radio Network or wherever you get your podcasts to hear Joanna’s amazing story! 🎧

Thanks so much for joining us, Joanna. Congratulations on all of your success! See you in ! ✨

Today's show also features Shari's PR tip to never stop fighting for equality; Speed Round; Industry News Discussion; and Solo Dining experience at the newly reopened, iconic Spanish restaurant, in the Hotel Chelsea, NYC. 🍽

https://heritageradionetwork.org/episode/joanna-james-mapp-fine-line

Haven’t had the chance to hear of talk about her specialty food journey? 🎙Listen here: https://heritageradionetwork.org/episode/angkor-cambodian-foods-laux-honors-her-roots



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