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This is a podcast done by 4 Sports Journalism post-graduate students at Centennial College in Toronto, Canada. This will be a podcast about basketball and other sports. Host Twitter Handles Cam - @RealCamNewell Thomas-@ThomasKetko Fares- @KaffFares Warren- @WJKosoy Intro and outro music provided by W.S.R, @dorygrant on Instagram, or https://soundcloud.com/ws_remix
 
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Time For Lunch

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Time For Lunch is a place to learn about eating, cooking, enjoying and sometimes playing with your food. Each episode will cover a new subject; taking a close look at one item, or ingredient, that might be found at the lunch table. Listeners are invited to participate, sharing jokes on-air or following along with in-episode quizzes and games. Hosted by Harry Rosenblum and Hannah Fordin, the show looks at food through the lens of history, culture, and play to celebrate and learn about the peo ...
 
Some of the best ideas start as doodles on the back of a napkin. This is a podcast created in honor of that great tradition, focusing on hot topics in marketing and communications. Meet inspiring and influential marketers from leading companies. Join CEOs and experts as we spitball challenges keeping them up at night. Learn from innovators who are transforming industries and sketching solutions that capture our imagination. Opinions of guests and host are their own.
 
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What do cinnamon rolls, noodles, potstickers and sugar cookies all have in common? They all require a rolling pin! This week on Time For Lunch, we’re learning about a simple yet essential kitchen tool, the humble rolling pin. Harry and Hannah share stories about some unusual pins, plus our intern Isaac is back, interviewing children’s book author C…
 
Do you like Dal? Made from lentils, it’s a staple food on the tables of India. Lentils are a type of pulse, or seed that grows in a pod. Lentils are revered the world over for their delicious, nutritious place in our pantry. We speak with Sarah Thomas of Kalamata’s Kitchen about the importance of Dal in Indian cuisine, and we all take the Taste Bud…
 
When life gives you lemons, make lemonade! This week on Time For Lunch we’re puckering up to appreciate beautiful, yellow, tart lemons. Hannah and Harry speak with Liz Scott from Alex’s Lemonade Stand. Her daughter Alex took the idea of a neighborhood lemonade stand and turned it into a grassroots fundraising effort to help cure cancer. As always t…
 
Maccheroni, penne, orecchiett, lā miàn…we can’t get enough noodles! On this episode of Time For Lunch Hannah and Harry dive into a big bowl of spaghetti. You’ll hear from Scott Ketchum of Sfoglini about the wonderful world of Italian pasta and fellow food podcaster Dan Pashman from The Sporkful tells us about his adventures into designing the perfe…
 
This week on Time For Lunch, Hannah and Harry (and our new intern Isaac!) are digging into one of the most prolific tubers on earth, the humble potato! We hear from Linda Pelaccio on Taste of the Past and historian Andy Smith, about some seriously old spuds. There’s a recipe for simple, fluffy and yummy mashed potatoes, and as always lots of fun fa…
 
What do we want? More turkey! When do we want it? Now! Thanksgiving might be a glimmer in your tummy’s memory, but here at Time For Lunch we can’t get enough of these prehistoric-looking, delicious birds. We hear from turkey experts about what makes these beautiful gobblers so special, talk about our turkey preferences, and hear a scrumptious recip…
 
This week on Time For Lunch, Hannah and Harry are exploring the deepest fathoms of the ocean, looking for delicious algae to eat...that’s right, this episode is all about seaweed! Suzie Flores of Connecticut’s Stonington Kelp Company joins the conversation to teach listeners about this yummy, nutritious, ocean snack. Plus, Suzie shares her kids’ fa…
 
This week on Time For Lunch, Hannah and Harry are getting to know people we look up to, who inspire who we might want to be when we grow up: our role models. We are joined by the inspiring young chef, Rahanna Bisseret Martinez who, now sixteen years old, was a finalist on Top Chef Junior at thirteen. Additionally, we hear from chef Elle Simone of A…
 
This week on Time For Lunch, Hannah and Harry are getting down and dirty in the smell, but essential world of composting. We hear from Jayne Merner Senecal of Earthcare Farm who is an expert on turning kitchen scraps into gardening gold. The show’s new intern, shares her experience from middle school acting as the cafeteria compost monitor. Plus, w…
 
This week on Time For Lunch, we are going back to our roots to learn about the source of all plant life: seeds! Special guest Shannie McCabe of Baker Creek Seeds teaches us about the importance of having a colorful assortment on your plate and much more. Plus, as always, this episode is chock full of fun facts, jokes, and music. If you’d like to he…
 
This week on the Season Four Premiere of Time For Lunch, we have a very special music filled episode! Hannah and Harry are joined by Andrew & Polly who host the fabulous podcast Ear Snacks. Together we explore the rich world of sounds by playing a bit with the jars in our cupboard. Plus, celebrated author (and Harry’s childhood babysitter) Eugenia …
 
We asked Adrian Miller (A.K.A. The Soul Food Scholar) what is the most important and iconic soul food dish and his answer was: greens! Delicious, nutritious, and deeply steeped in history, we all agree that you’ve got to eat your greens. In addition to coming back to a conversation with Adrian Miller, Hannah and Harry are lucky enough to bring back…
 
What’s green, prickly, a little slimy, and utterly delicious? On this episode of Time For Lunch we’re celebrating Black History Month and learning about okra. Hannah and Harry talk to food writer, former attorney, politico and certified barbecue judge Adrian Miller (A.K.A. The Soul Food Scholar) about how ingredients and techniques originate in Afr…
 
Last week, we learned all about salt and you can’t have salt without pepper! On this episode of Time For Lunch, Hannah and Harry are celebrating this yummy and sometimes sneeze-inducing spice that is essential in every kitchen! Spice expert Ori Zohar from Burlap & Barrel teaches us where pepper comes from and how it grows. He shares excellent advic…
 
What naturally occurring crystal make food last longer and taste better? This episode of Time For Lunch is all about salt! Hannah and Harry try out a cool science experiment, learn about an ancient ocean in the Allegheny mountains that is the source of very special salt from J.Q. Dickinson Salt works, and our Producer Emily teaches listeners an eas…
 
What’s white, cold, and entirely unique? This week on Time For Lunch, Hannah and Harry learn about snow. Jeff Belanger, host of the New England Legends podcast tells us the story of Wilson Bentley, whose photographs of individual snowflakes transformed how we see this winter weather phenomenon. We learn lots of fun facts and get down to the bottom …
 
This week on Time For Lunch, Hannah and Harry are sharpening their familiarity with the oldest, sharpest, and most essential tools in the kitchen. That’s right, we’re talking about knives! Some of our young listeners might not be ready to handle a knife on their own just yet, but it’s never too early to learn how to respect these often beautifully …
 
Time For Lunch is back with the sweetest episode yet! Hannah and Harry dive into the wonderful world of chocolate. That’s right! We’re talking Willy Wonka, Hershey, PA, and all the delicious shapes this universal favorite comes in. Chocolate expert and founder of Dandelion Chocolate, Todd Masonis gives us a behind the scene look at his chocolate fa…
 
It’s a different kind of show today! We are working with our friends over at Mystery Recipe podcast to share some fun new stories. Enjoy! Welcome to Mystery Recipe! Join our host Molly in the Recipe Lab to guess our first week's ingredient. Then we'll have a special interview in The Scoop with our Junior Field Reporters Adelina and Champ, and we'll…
 
It’s the season three premiere of Time For Lunch, Hannah and Harry are back to celebrate the tastiest and most historically complex fall holiday: Thanksgiving! We learn about the history of the Wampanoag and Narragansett people, who lived and thrived in coastal New England before European settlers arrived in what is now the US. Lorén M. Spears, Exe…
 
What’s big and orange and can weigh up to two thousand pounds? This week, it’s the season two finale of Time For Lunch and it is all about pumpkins! Hannah and Harry speak with a Ron Wallace, who specializes in growing pumpkins of record-breaking size, learn the recipe for a tasty autumn snack that helps cut down on food waste, and explore a new pe…
 
This week on Time For Lunch, we’re sharing a conversation that Hannah and Harry had with Darin and Greg Bresnitz, twin brothers and podcast hosts who are also parents. Things might sound a little different than usual since we’re sharing an almost unedited conversation. Greg and Darin tell us about how music and food shaped their lives, plus they’ve…
 
Which utensil was first used in Paleolithic times? How many different types of spoons are in your kitchen? Would you ever use a shell as a spoon? This week on Time For Lunch, Hannah and Harry are over the moon for spoons! We learn about making wooden spoons from artisan Karen Davis and our friend and fellow podcaster Kristen Miglore, host of The Ge…
 
Brine or vinegar? Are all pickles made from cucumbers? Were pickles the secret to Cleopatra’s beauty? On this episode of Time For Lunch Hannah and Harry are having a briny time learning about some of our favorite tasty and good-for-you snacks around: pickles! Pickle expert Bob McClure, cofounder of McClure’s Pickles, teaches us about making crunchy…
 
Where in the world did apples first come from? Why do apples float in water? How many apples goes into a glass of apple juice? On this episode of Time For Lunch, Hannah and Harry are getting to the core of autumn’s signature fruit: apples! Apple expert or “Pomologist”, Ian Merwin tells us about studying this tasty fruit and apple growers Deva Maas …
 
What is the most essential kitchen tool? What do you call a vampire who owns a restaurant? Was there ever such a person as John Spaduala? This week on Time For Lunch, Hannah and Harry are flipping out over a very useful tool: the spatula! Abe Shaw, from Eating Tools shares some of his expertise and we learn how to make pancakes. Plus, as always, th…
 
What do kids in Japan have for lunch at school? When in history were school lunches first served? Do you like to have pizza on Fridays? It’s that time of year where kids all around the world are going back to school! No matter what school looks like for you this year, chances are that lunchtime is still an important part of your day. This week on T…
 
What’s big, green, and loaded with essential nutrients? This episode of Time For Lunch is all about Collard Greens. Hannah and Harry learn some special uses of this delicious and nutritious member of the brassica family from our friend, farmer Germaine Jenkins, Chef Todd Richards waxes poetic about dinosaurs and greens, and of course there are lots…
 
What color is the hottest part of a fire? Who invented s’mores? How long ago did humans start cooking their food? On this episode of Time For Lunch, Hannah and Harry are getting toasty by the fire and learning all about how to cook outside. We hear from celebrated chef Francis Mallmann, learn some kid-friendly recipes, jokes, and of course….hear he…
 
How many kernels are on an ear of corn? What’s an origin myth? What part of the world did corn originate? This week on Time For Lunch, Hannah and Harry learn all about a delicious vegetable that defines summer: corn! With the help of illustrator Luis Garay we learn about the ancient Mayan’s origin myth. The Mayans once ruled much of Central America…
 
How long have humans been eating cheese? Why does cheese taste better when you eat it with your fingers? Do happy cows make better tasting milk? This week on Time For Lunch, Hannah and Harry are exploring the real star of the dairy family; cheese! Expert Liz Thorpe teaches us about the history of cheese (spoiler alert: cheese has been around for a …
 
Can I eat the mushrooms growing on that tree? Which plants from the backyard can I eat? How do the plants teach me about my environment? On this episode of Time For Lunch, Hannah and Harry are heading out to the wood (or backyard or park) to gather wild edible plants; also known as foraging! We learn from foraging experts Jeremy Umansky and Maureen…
 
Which came first, the chicken or the egg? Can a chicken save your life? Which dinosaur can call chickens its closest surviving relatives? On the season two premiere of Time For Lunch we are getting to know our fine feathered friends, chickens! Hannah and Harry learn about the magic of raising chickens from Herbalist, Doula, and Chicken Whisperer Jo…
 
Can you have a picnic inside? Where is the largest picnic basket? What does summer camp at home look like? For the season finale of Time For Lunch we’re getting comfy on our blankets and having a picnic. In this super silly episode, we’re making the most of summer by gathering our favorite snacks for rambunctious outdoor (or indoor) meal with lots …
 
How many peanuts can you pick up using chopsticks? Where did chopsticks originate? How do you use chopsticks? On this episode of Time For Lunch we’re getting to know one of the most versatile eating tools: chopsticks! Hannah and Harry play a fun stacking game and learn about the proper use of chopsticks from chef and culinary educator, Mara King. P…
 
On this episode of Time For Lunch, Hannah and Harry get to learn about a very special and almost in-season fruit: cherries! Hannah and Harry hear from Michigan-based Cherry Farmer Ben LaCrosse about the many varieties of cherries he grows. Plus Ben gives listeners some very important advice on how to spend their summer. We’ll also learn about the h…
 
On this episode of Time For Lunch, we’re delving into the stories behind of one of our very favorite cooking tools: the cast iron pan! Hannah and Harry learn about the process of making these heavy skillets from Isaac Morey or Smithey Ironware in Charleston, South Carolina. Plus, we explore cast iron’s 2,000 year long history, learn a new cornbread…
 
Have you ever brought your lunch to school in a lunchbox? Who was the first cartoon character to appear on a lunchbox? What are lunchboxes called in India? On this episode of Time For Lunch, Hannah and Harry are taking it to-go and learning about the tastiest of all accessories: the lunchbox! In previous years, this handy tool was essential for sch…
 
What sort of peach looks like a tennis ball? What sort of music do peach trees like? What can you make with a peach pit? On this episode of Time For Lunch, Hannah and Harry learn about growing and eating the furriest fruit: peaches! Urban Farmer Germaine Jenkins of Fresh Future Farm in North Charleston, shares an amazing story about how she finally…
 
Have you ever eaten an insect? What do mealworms taste like? Do you know any songs about worms? On this episode of Time For Lunch we’re doing another episode about insects; but instead of focusing on the bugs that help feed us, we are exploring the world of edible insects. Hannah and Harry learn about raising and eating these creepy-crawly snacks f…
 
What do you call a bee dance? How many types of bee are native to New York? How do you become a Queen Bee? This episode of Time For Lunch is all about the fabulous bugs who help feed us: pollinators! Hannah and Harry get to know these buzzy friends with the help of bee expert Sarah Kornbluth and urban beekeeper Angie Bilotti. We’ve got jokes, a dan…
 
Which vegetable looks like a tiny tree? How long have people been eating broccoli? What’s your cat’s favorite veggie? How much did the heaviest broccoli weigh? One this episode of Time For Lunch Harry and Hannah get up close and personal with one seriously versatile veggie, broccoli! We’ll hear from broccoli farmer Ben Shute of Heart Roots Communit…
 
What’s the most fun thing to eat with a fork? What do you call a fork with three tines instead of four? What is the oldest eating tool? On this episode of Time For Lunch we’re spending some time with one of our favorite utensils; the fork! Hannah and Harry learn about the history of forks with author Darra Goldstein and cook up a pot of tasty noodl…
 
Is boredom a superpower? Do you have to be camping to make a campfire? How do you stay connected with friends when you’re away from school? On this episode of Time For Lunch, we’re going to explore all these questions and more as we ask our friends how to make the most of staying home. If you’d like to hear your voice on the show, ask a grownup to …
 
Do vegetables exist? Where did watermelons originally come from? How far can Harry spit a watermelon seed? We’re going to answer these questions and many more in the first episode of Time For Lunch, a show for young eaters, from Heritage Radio Network. Time For Lunch is a place to learn about eating, cooking, enjoying and sometimes playing with you…
 
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