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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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This episode of HRN On Tour comes to you live from Raw Wine 2022 in Maspeth, Queens. Isabelle Legeron, founder of RAW WINE, hosts a wine tasting comprised of 6 wines from the Castlilla y Léon region of Spain, all with different terroirs and styles. Joining her are wine makers Mario Rovira Roldan of Akilia, Daniel Vicente Ramos Esteban, Thyge Jensen…
 
On this episode of HRN On Tour, we travel to the Raw Wine 2022 festival in Maspeth, Queens, where Sam Benrubi of The Grape Nation sat down with Vladimir Magula of the Magula Family Winery in Slovakia. The two discuss the past, present, and future of natural wine in Slovakia, working on a family vineyard, and how climate change has and will affect y…
 
Heritage Radio Network’s Nora Peachin is traveling the world for one year in search of communities organizing to make our food systems more equitable, and she’s bringing you along with her. In the first episode of the series, Nora visits Italy to learn about the right to food and food charity. Further Reading: See the complete United Nations Right …
 
The Slow Food USA team made their first trek back to the nonprofit’s roots in Italy since the onset of the pandemic for Terra Madre Salon Del Gusto. The organization’s Executive Director, Anna Mulè and Communications Director, Brian Solem join Dylan Heuer to talk about their thematic focal point for this year’s festival: joy and justice. They refle…
 
Beatrice Ughi founded Gustiamo more than 20 years ago in The Bronx with the goal of introducing New Yorkers to “real” Italian food. Her importing business disrupted existing models by serving consumers directly (in addition to retailers and restaurants). She talks with Dylan Heuer about why it took until later in life to appreciate her native count…
 
Umar Bashir Ochen is a young activist and member of the Karamojong tribe of Indigenous shepherds located in north-east Uganda. The Karamojong people face daily challenges including hunger caused by climate change, land grabbing, and a lack of food sovereignty. In conversation with Dylan Heuer, he talks about his culture and how it’s been threatened…
 
Carlo Nesler was born and raised in Bolzano, Italy. He has been interested in cooking and fermenting food since he was a boy, but what started as a hobby became an expertise. Carlo hosts workshops on fermented foods in Italy and abroad, collaborates with chefs, restaurants and food producers to create fermented food products, and he translated Wild…
 
Karina Ocampo is a Buenos Aires-based journalist and the author of La Ruta Del Maíz, a book documenting her journey, and the journey of corn, through Argentina, Bolivia, Peru and Mexico. She joins Dylan Heuer to unpack the juxtaposition at the center of her recent work: in the Americas corn is the cornerstone of the industrial food system and a sac…
 
Rupa Marya is a physician, activist, artist and writer. She is an Associate Professor of Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco, founder and director of the Deep Medicine Circle, and co-author of Inflamed: Deep Medicine and The Anatomy of Injustice. She sits down with Dylan Heuer to discuss the connections she sees between coloniza…
 
In this magical moment, captured at HRN's First Annual Catskills Field Day in Bovina, NY, Amy Halloran somehow finds her way into the dreams of Rip Van Winkle himself. Amy presents Mr. Van Winkle with some of the stories that have been written about himself. Rip takes the opportunity to fact-check some of those stories and share how some boozy bowl…
 
On August 27th & 28th, 2022, HRN hosted its First Annual Catskills Field Day: a two day celebration of the foodways of the Catskills and Hudson Valley. Our final event was a fresh flour pancake breakfast at Putt Putt Van Winkle, with pancakes by baker and educator Amy Halloran. In this episode, Amy sits down to interview Sarah Litvin, PhD, the Exec…
 
In late August 2022, HRN hosted its First Annual Catskills Field Day: a two-day celebration of the foodways of the Catskills and Hudson Valley. One of our first events was a guided mushroom foraging expedition with Erwin Karl of Catskill Fungi. In this episode of On Tour, HRN's Executive Director Caity Moseman Wadler sits down with Erwin to continu…
 
Chef Katie Button sits down with Christine Sykes Lowe to chat the journey of her culinary passion, the very recent Outstanding Hospitality James Beard win, and the constantly growing Curate brand- all the while keeping at the core, philanthropy and mission driven team values. HRN On Tour is powered by Simplecast.…
 
Chef Mike Moore has a porch talk with Christine Sykes Lowe about the genesis of his founding concept, The Blind Pig Supper Club, which celebrated a recent 10 year anniversary and feature by Bon Appetit. Also joining in the chat, Chef Cleophus Hethington, 2022 James Beard Foundation Emerging Chef nominee. HRN On Tour is powered by Simplecast.…
 
Chef Meherwan Irani, fresh off his team's James Beard Foundation Outstanding Restaurant win talks with Christine Sykes Lowe about Chai Pani Restaurant Group, the Spicewalla brand and passion for igniting discussion and thought around orgins, ethnicity and Southern food. HRN On Tour is powered by Simplecast.…
 
As co-founder of BET and CEO of Salamander Hotels and Resorts, Sheila Johnson’s passion in paying it forward is evident in her philanthropy, love of the arts as well as unique business savvy. Hosting an inaugural Juneteenth celebration on her newly acquired managed property, Aspen Meadows, she sets the stage in elevating Black chefs and artisanal p…
 
This year marked the 39th anniversary of the nation’s premiere culinary event, and part of that success is a robust tourism initiative. Eliza Voss, VP of Destination Marketing talks history of the Food & Wine classic in Aspen and further proof that this celebrated mountain town is a destination for all seasons. HRN On Tour is powered by Simplecast.…
 
After facing a harrowing health diagnosis and remarkably coming out the other side, Jackie talks about what drove him to become the first Black person in the U.S. to be granted a license to make liquor post-Prohibition. The result, a spicy, fragrant hibiscus liquor that is unforgettable. HRN On Tour is powered by Simplecast.…
 
Christine Sykes Lowe and Co-Host Shari Bayer (All In The Industry) catch up with the Nashville, TN based power-duo behind Morph Hospitality Group. Funny and infectious, they show no signs of slowing down their impact on the shape of the culinary landscape- yet still work to prioritize family, commitments and quality of life. And, like most of us, t…
 
HRN was proud to work with Slow Food USA as a media partner for the Slow Seed Summit, which took place on May 13 - May 15, 2022. For three days, hundreds of people from around the world gathered virtually to discuss the regeneration of our world’s foodways to advance good, clean and fair food for all. Each day focused on a new lens through which at…
 
HRN was proud to work with Slow Food USA as a media partner for the Slow Seed Summit, which took place on May 13 - May 15, 2022. For three days, hundreds of people from around the world gathered virtually to discuss the regeneration of our world’s foodways to advance good, clean and fair food for all. Each day focused on a new lens through which at…
 
HRN was proud to work with Slow Food USA as a media partner for the Slow Seed Summit, which took place on May 13 - May 15, 2022. For three days, hundreds of people from around the world gathered virtually to discuss the regeneration of our world’s foodways to advance good, clean and fair food for all. Each day focused on a new lens through which at…
 
HRN was proud to work with Slow Food USA as a media partner for the Slow Seed Summit, which took place on May 13 - May 15, 2022. For three days, hundreds of people from around the world gathered virtually to discuss the regeneration of our world’s foodways to advance good, clean and fair food for all. Each day focused on a new lens through which at…
 
HRN was proud to work with Slow Food USA as a media partner for the Slow Seed Summit, which took place on May 13 - May 15, 2022. For three days, hundreds of people from around the world gathered virtually to discuss the regeneration of our world’s foodways to advance good, clean and fair food for all. Each day focused on a new lens through which at…
 
HRN was proud to work with Slow Food USA as a media partner for the Slow Seed Summit, which took place on May 13 - May 15, 2022. For three days, hundreds of people from around the world gathered virtually to discuss the regeneration of our world’s foodways to advance good, clean and fair food for all. Each day focused on a new lens through which at…
 
High Water Festival in Charleston, SC is an annual music and arts experience curated by the band Shovels and Rope. Every year since it's inception, an oyster education component has been led by Seaborn Oyster Company. The founder, Cyrus Buffum has New England ties and a family history of close affiliation with the sea. Talking with Cyrus, you learn…
 
Christine Sykes Lowe speaks with Jessica Tomasin, Founder of Connect Beyond Festival, about upcoming programming, a new Sundance collaboration, Echo Mountain Recording, Asheville food vibes and the art of amateur pyrotechnics... HRN On Tour is powered by Simplecast.저자 Heritage Radio Network
 
RAW Wine Creator Isabelle Legeron, MW hosts Marc Barriot (Clot de l'Origine), Megan Bell (Margins Wine), Didier Pariente (Nomadic Distribution), and Alvaro de la Viña (Selections de la Viña), as the group discusses the current challenges to wine producers around the world. The panel covers everything from the costs of producing wine, such as sourci…
 
Sam Benrubi of The Grape Nation moderates a panel with Sancho Rodriguez (AMA Brewery), Graham Pirtle (Unified Ferments), two experts in creating complex flavors without alcohol. Sancho Rodriguez of the Basque region of Spain details his journey from farming to fermentation, while Graham recounts a fateful job posting at a teahouse in NYC that helpe…
 
The Grape Nation host Sam Benrubi chats with Kreso Petrekovic of Vinas Mora, and Marko Kovac of Domaine Bibich, of Dalmatia, Croatia. A historic wine region in the South of Croatia, wine has been produced in Dalmatia for thousands of years. This panel discusses the state of the Natural Wine that is being produced in the region today. Are you a busi…
 
Before the rise of Merlot, Carignan was the most planted wine varietal in France. Join moderator Courtney Schiessl of SevenFifty, as she explores what this varietal has to offer with Ferran Lacruz Bosch (Bodega Clandestina), William Allen (Two Shepherds), and France Crispeels (Vignoble Reveille). Are you a business owner? Become an HRN business mem…
 
Hard Core producer Dylan Heuer interviews Jacques Perritaz of Cidrerie du Vulcain in Gruyère, Switzerland and Benoit Lesuffleur of Domaine Lesuffleur in Normandy, France. They share the stories behind their ciders and dive deep into apple varieties, biodiversity and heritage. Plus they discuss consumer differences in Europe versus the U.S. and what…
 
We are kicking off our coverage of RAW WINE NYC with a look at what's happening in Austria, moderated by Pascaline Lepeltier. Pascaline is joined by Stefan Wellanschitz (Kolfok), Adriana González (Lichtenberger González), and Leopold Uibel (Weinhof Uibel) to discuss how microclimates and soil differences affect the various wine producing regions in…
 
Christine's guest for this episode likely needs no introduction - Andrew Zimmern is An Emmy-winning and four-time James Beard Award-winning TV personality, chef, writer and teacher. Andrew's main focus for his time at SXSW was combating climate change, so they discuss changes individuals could make, as well as regulatory fixes that could lessen pre…
 
In this conversation, Christine Sykes Lowe speaks with Hrishikesh Hirway, the podcaster behind Song Exploder and Home Cooking. Hrishikesh speaks about his new album under the moniker The One AM Radio, and how podcasting helped him deal with writer's block. He also shares how he bonded with Samin Nosrat over cookies before eventually becoming friend…
 
In this conversation, Christine Sykes Lowe chats with Que Fagan, MacKenzie Wade, and JaV’on Lattimore: the Co-Organizers of The Future of Food at SXSW. The Future of Food is a a series of activations, discussion and interactive experiences all curated around building more sustainable food systems. They discuss the various activities they're holding…
 
In this interview, Christine Sykes Lowe catches up with her friend Jorge Garcia, founder of Curra's Grill and the owner of Carbonero Tequila. They discuss the avocado margarita that's been his claim to fame, and how Carbonero's branding is a tribute to his family's coal-mining heritage. Are you a business owner? Become an HRN business member! For $…
 
In this interview, Christine Sykes Lowe catches up with Sandra Wang, Senior Creative Director of Meow Wolf. Meow Wolf started in 2008 as a small collective of Santa Fe artists who all shared an interest in publicly displaying their works while developing their skills together. This collective approach of painters, architects, sculptors, performers,…
 
Darryl McDaniels or “DMC” as most of the world knows him, one third of the groundbreaking rap group Run-DMC. He quickly became the most popular in terms of fans and it would be hard to very overstate his influence on popular culture. Simply put, he helped transform Rap and Hip Hop into the most popular music in the world, while building a fan base …
 
Jamie Ager, the owner of North Carolina’s Hickory Nut Gap Meats, and Asher Wright, the company’s Farm Director join HRN’s Caity Moseman Wadler and Dylan Heuer for a conversation that spans from the flavor of their meat to the microbes in their soil. Jamie and Asher share their perspective on the potential of regenerative farming to change agricultu…
 
Steve Palmer, a James Beard Foundation Outstanding Restaurateur Award nominee and semifinalist for three consecutive years (’18,’19, & ’20), is the managing partner of The Indigo Road Hospitality Group, a hospitality and consulting company based in Charleston, SC. In 2016, Steve and fellow restaurateur Mickey Bakst founded Ben’s Friends, a support …
 
Per tradition, the CHWFF's executive director Gillian Zettler stopped by during the festival's final hour to reflect on the whirlwind of events the long weekend had in store. This year marked the festival's joyful return after being cancelled in 2021 as a result of the pandemic as well a change in venue and the addition of concerts. Gillian shares …
 
Industry veterans and champions of Ben's Friends, Mickey Bakst and Ben Ellsworth discuss sobriety and support in the restaurant industry. Ben's Friends is a resource for hospitality professionals struggling with addiction and substance abuse. These two share personal stories about their experiences with sobriety, converse about the impact of the pa…
 
Matt Lee grew up in Charleston, South Carolina. When he and his brother Ted left to attend colleges in the Northeast, they so missed the foods of their hometown that they founded The Lee Bros. Boiled Peanuts Catalogue, a mail-order catalogue for southern pantry staples like stone-ground grits, fig preserves, and, of course, boiled peanuts. They als…
 
Amethyst Ganaway is a chef and food writer, focusing primarily on Southern and African-American foodways and the foodways of the African Diaspora. She's also the lead recipe developer and content creator for Chef Pierre Thiam’s West African food brand, Yolélé. She talks about her food memories from growing up in Charleston, discusses her new book p…
 
The most significant crop in the world, rice is a staple in the diets of more than half of the Earth’s people. Chinese lore claimed it was a gift from the animals after a flood; eons ago, the Japanese paid their taxes with rice; in the American South, rice became the cash crop for plantation owners at the expense of the enslavement of thousands of …
 
Chef Alain Lemaire is an award-winning, Haitian-born chef and the host chef of the Luda Can't Cook series on Discovery+ with award-winning rapper, actor, restaurateur Chris "Ludacris" Bridges. He is also a contestant of the Food Network's hit series Cutthroat Kitchen and Chopped, as well as the Co-owner and Executive Chef of Sensory Delights, a ful…
 
Vivian Howard is an award-winning cookbook author, TV personality, chef and restaurateur. Her first cookbook Deep Run Roots: Stories & Recipes from My Corner of the South (2016), is a New York Times bestseller and was named “Cookbook of the Year” by the International Association of Culinary Professionals. She created and stars in public television …
 
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