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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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COVID-19 has dramatically changed consumer shopping behavior and the expectations for grocery store services and protocols. During this LIVE panel we discussed the Future of Retail with industry experts from IRI, The Counter Newsroom, ButcherBox, Plum Market, andShook Kelley, Inc.With such rapid innovation and new services offered, hear what is wor…
 
The food service industry has been dramatically impacted by COVID-19. This session will discuss what changes are temporary, what are with us for the long term and how chefs and restaurateurs can pivot to weather this storm. To watch the interview, click here. Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support HRN on T…
 
As goes California, so goes the nation. As consumers demand, and sometimes local and state policies require increased animal welfare standards, how will the industry respond? To watch the interview, click here. Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support HRN on Tour by becoming a member! HRN on Tour is Powered …
 
Learn to build charcuterie boards with James Beard-nominated Chef Kelly Whitaker during a live virtual demonstration. MC'd by Sara Brito of Good Food 100. To watch the interview, click here. Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support HRN on Tour by becoming a member! HRN on Tour is Powered by Simplecast.…
 
Covid-19 has shown the tension in the food system between big and rigid and small but less efficient. This panel will examine how we can achieve a more balanced, resilient system that is better for our health, communities, animals and food and agriculture sector workers. To watch the interview, click here. Heritage Radio Network is a listener suppo…
 
Hear from a panel of Niman Ranch farmers about their challenges, what eaters can do to support independent family farmers and what gives them hope for the future of agriculture. To watch the interview, click here. Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support HRN on Tour by becoming a member! HRN on Tour is Power…
 
Celebrate Niman Ranch hog farmers and the sustainable agriculture community with a keynote talk from renowned animal welfare expert Dr. Temple Grandin. To watch the interview, click here. Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support HRN on Tour by becoming a member! HRN on Tour is Powered by Simplecast.…
 
Chefs have been put through the wringer this year. Hear from a diverse panel of chefs who are rapidly changing their business plans and restaurant operations to get through a time like no other. To watch the interview, click here. Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support HRN on Tour by becoming a member! HRN…
 
Niman Ranch Hog Farmer and Ambassador Ron Mardesen leads this virtual tour of several of Niman Ranch's family hog farms. To watch the interview, click here. Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support HRN on Tour by becoming a member! HRN on Tour is Powered by Simplecast.…
 
HRN Board Member, Brian Kenny sits down with the Division Manager for Hearst Ranch, Roland Camacho. Hearst Ranch is the nation's largest single-source provider of 100% grass-fed beef. Brian and Roland talk about the practices that make Hearst Ranch unique, including the conservation easement that protects 150,000 acres of California grasslands and …
 
As the COVID-19 pandemic places unique stresses on US meat processors and their supply chains, concerns about the resiliency and diversification of our food system are growing. Consumers, farmers, and activists are calling for a reexamination of an industrialized system that puts its workers, public health, and the environment at risk. In this spec…
 
Sam Benrubi, host of The Grape Nation, sat down with celebrated winemaker, Jean Charles Boisset. Born into a wine family in the prestigious village of Vougeot in Burgundy, Jean Charles’s love and passion for wine grew into a global wine company, with wineries in Napa, Sonoma, France, England, India, and Canada. The Boisset Collection practices Biod…
 
Rice is central to the agricultural history of the Low Country and will become an increasingly important crop as the world’s population deals with climate change and rising sea levels. Some of our favorite strains, like Carolina Gold, aren’t salt tolerant enough to deal with the growing unpredictability of hurricane seasons and coastal flooding eve…
 
For the final installment of HRN On Tour recorded live at Charleston Wine + Food, Kat and Hannah were joined by three indomitable women in the Charleston food scene: Gillian Zettler (Executive Director of Charleston Wine + Food), Cynthia Wong (Founder of Life Raft Treats), and cookbook icon Nathalie Dupree. In this segment, the topics range from ic…
 
Sam Benrubi, host of The Grape Nation was joined by Harry Root. Since its founding in 2003, Grassroots Wine has grown its portfolio of internationally made wines, and distributes to customers across the Southeast. Deeply committed to sustainability, Harry talks about the significance of Grassroots Wine's commitment to all things grassroots and impr…
 
Harry Rosenblum, host of Feast Yr Ears sat down with two celebrated young chefs, Fatmata Binta and Digby Stridiron, at Charleston Wine + Food. Born and raised in Freetown, Sierra Leone, to first generation Sierra Leonean Fulanis of Guinean descent, Fatmata Binta describes herself as a modern nomadic chef. She shines a light on flavors of her family…
 
HRN’s Kat Johnson and Hannah Fordin sat down with farmer Greg Johnsman to talk history, seed preservation, and grits at Charleston Wine + Food. Based in South Caronlina’s Sea Islands, Greg and his wife Betsy are committed to preserving and sharing the agricultural traditions of the region. With their business, Geechie Boy Mill, they’re sharing deli…
 
Harry Rosenblum, host of Feast Yr Ears, was joined by celebrated chef Reem Assil at Charleston Wine + Food. Based in Oakland CA, her eponymously named eatery, Reem’s California, has earned her a James Beard Award nomination and praise in national food publications. Reem and Harry discuss her culinary career as well as her passion for and history in…
 
Stalwart podcast host, Lindsay Collins took over the mic for this special segment from Charleston Wine + Food. Lindsay, who is the host of EffinBRadio, was joined by Charleston restaurant insiders, Nayda Freyda (co-owner of Renzo and Faculty Lounge) and Maari Suorsa (Charleston Music Hall), along with HRN’s own Hannah Fordin. Lindsay, Nayda, and Ma…
 
In keeping with the theme of wellness for HRN’s final day broadcasting from Charleston Wine + Food, Harry Rosenblum of Feast Yr Ears sat down with fitness gurus and partners in both business and life, Alan Shaw and Trinity Wheeler. Founded in 2018, their fast growing gym brings people together to move. With backgrounds in theater, Alan and Trinity …
 
To kick off a day of programming that focused on building a sustainable lifestyle and finding balance in the hospitality industry, HRN’s Kat Johnson and Hannah Fordin led a conversation with Steve Palmer and our very own Shari Bayer who hosts All In The Industry. In addition to being the driving force behind Indigo Road Hospitality and leading a re…
 
Eli Sussman, host of The Line, sat down with Barbecue royalty Amy Mills. The daughter of celebrated pitmaster, Mike Mills, Amy shares the story of how she became the industry's go-to girl for all things barbecue. She runs the family business, 17th Street Barbecue in Murphysboro Illinois, alongside her father. Amy is the recipient of the Barbecue He…
 
Harry Rosenblum, host of Feast Yr Ears connected with fellow knife-enthusiast, Quintin Middleton. Based in Saint Stephen, SC, Quintin is a bladesmith who has been producing artisan knives since 2003 at Middleton Made Knives. He and Harry discuss the art and technique of really great knives. HRN On Tour is powered by Simplecast.…
 
Eli Sussman, host of The Line connected with Louisville, KY based chef, Ming Pu. They explored Ming’s personal history, moving with his family from Taiwan to British Columbia before eventually settling in Louisville. Executive Chef and Partner at 502 Bar & Bistro, Ming brings global flavors to his menu. In this interview, he shares exciting news ab…
 
Sam Benrubi and Ryan Zepaltas had a conversation over a bottle of wine at Charleston Wine + Food. Ryan Zepaltas is the Winemaker and General Manager at Copain Wines, while also producing his own label, Zepaltas Wines. They taste and talk about California wine in all its glory. HRN On Tour is powered by Simplecast.…
 
For the third year in a row, Sam Benrubi, host of The Grape Nation, caught up with our friends from Charleston’s Graft Wine Shop & Wine Bar. Femi Oyediran and Miles White bring great music, great wine, and great people together at Graft and for this segment, they sat down with Sam to discuss the last year and sip on some delicious wine. HRN On Tour…
 
Sam Benrubi, host of The Grape Nation spoke with Nicole Marchesi of Far Niente. She began at the vineyard as an enologist in 2005 and was soon promoted to assistant winemaker. Four years later became the fourth winemaker in Far Niente’s 30-year history. HRN On Tour is powered by Simplecast.Von Heritage Radio Network
 
Shari Bayer, host of All In The Industry spoke with celebrated chef, Mike Lata of Charleston’s FIG. They explored Lata’s evolution as a chef, how to keep the menu fresh and exciting in a restaurant that has become an institution, and the importance of promoting and advocating for your team. HRN On Tour is powered by Simplecast.…
 
Charleston Grill is an institution, but the man behind this restaurant’s iconic status is none other than General Manager, Mickey Bakst. In addition to being a stalwart advocate for the art of fine dining, Bakst is the co-founder of Ben’s Friends. Ben’s Friends is the food and beverage industry support group offering hope, fellowship, and a path fo…
 
Friend of the network, Christa Cotton of El Guapo Bitters sat down with Hannah Fordin and Kat Johnson to discuss her New Orleans based company. Cotton shared insights into expanding production, growing distribution, and building a narrative on social media that tells the real story of owning a small business. HRN On Tour is powered by Simplecast.…
 
For this roundtable, we brought together Matt and Ted Lee (The Lee Brothers) with HRN’s Kat Johnson, Hannah Fordin, and Eli Sussman. Using The Lee Brothers’ most recent book, Hot Box as a jumping off point, the conversation explores the often unseen world of catering and the struggle and artistry of the catering profession. HRN On Tour is powered b…
 
Hannah Fordin, Kat Johnson, and Eli Sussman chatted with The Cocktail Bandits -- AKA, Johnny Caldwell and Taneka Reaves. With a passion for cocktails and the flavors of Charleston, The Cocktail Bandits have built a strong presence in their city’s beverage landscape and beyond by sharing their passion and knowledge on all things booze. Strong advoca…
 
Harry Rosenblum, host of Feast Yr Ears sat down with Whitney Otawka of the Greyfield Inn on Cumberland Island Georgia, and author of The Saltwater Table: Recipes from the Coastal South. They explored Otawka’s journey, from appearing on Top Chef to collaborating with Linton Hopkins, Dan Barber, Thomas Keller and others. With a baby on the way, Otawk…
 
Harry Rosenblum, host of Feast Yr Ears spoke with John Coleman, Chef de Cuisine of Parcel 32 in Charleston. Over thirteen years in Charleston, Coleman worked across the city’s restaurant scene as a sous chef at Chubby Fish, 492 King, Craftsmen Kitchen and Tap House, Legends, and handled the rotating stations at Edmund’s Oast before establishing his…
 
Sam Benrubi, host of The Grape Nation was joined once again by Eric Asimov, Wine Critic for The New York Times. This year, they discussed the impact of climate change on the wine industry and asked the question - what wine should we be drinking? The answer, it turns out, is that navigating the wine market isn’t as intimidating as you might think. R…
 
Eli Sussman, host of The Line spoke with Sara Bradley, chef and proprietor of Freight House and runner-up on Season 16 of Top Chef, which was largely filmed in Kentucky. Based in Paducah Kentucky, Bradley honed her skills working with Michelin star chefs John Fraser (at New York’s Dovetail), as well as David Posey and Paul Kahan (Blackbird, Chicago…
 
Husband and wife duo, Ben and Kate Towill, sat down with Jenny Goodman, co-host of Opening Soon. The Towills are the creative force behind the Charleston design firm, Basic Projects and a beautiful restaurant called Basic Kitchen. They discuss collaboration, design, and the importance of a strong team in building a successful restaurant. HRN On Tou…
 
This episode is all about bubbles! Sam Benrubi, host of The Grape Nation sat down with NYC based Champagne mogul Ariel Arce (Air’s Champagne Parlor, Niche Niche, Tokyo Record Bar), sommelier and brand ambassador Philippe André (Charles Heidsieck), and Champagne sales expert Christian Holthausen (Champagne AR Lenoble). Sam’s guests popped bottles an…
 
Jenny Goodman, co-host of Opening Soon, chatted with barbeque legend, Rodney Scott. With restaurants in both Birmingham, Alabama, and Charleston, South Carolina, Scott is no stranger to the joys and challenges of opening a business. He and Jenny talk about scaling a restaurant business, his location coming to Atlanta, and much more. HRN On Tour is …
 
Tagging in on guest-hosting duties is Steven Satterfield, the chef/owner of Miller Union in Atlanta. He sits down with Andrew Knowlton, editor at large of Bon Appétit and partner in the Mighty Union, a hospitality management company with properties in Austin (The Carpenter), San Antonio (Veramendi), and Honolulu (Wo Fat). HRN On Tour is powered by …
 
Eli Sussman spoke with brothers and business partners, John and Federico Castellucci. The Castellucci Hospitality Group is behind Atlanta’s The Iberian Pig, Bar Mercado, Sugo Kitchen, Recess, Double Zero, and Cooks & Soldiers. Their conversation covered the challenges and joys of working with family, maintaining consistency and quality in multiple …
 
For the first of HRN’s live interviews at the Culinary Village at Charleston Wine + Food, Eli Sussman sits down with Kaley Laird, executive pastry chef of Rhubarb, The Rhu, and Benne on Eagle in Asheville, North Carolina. They discuss her career path from the Culinary Institute of America in New York to Bouchon Bakery in California and how she uses…
 
Recorded live at Brooklyn Botanic Garden during Plant-O-Rama: Lessons in Built Ecology by Rebecca McMackin. The director of horticulture at Brooklyn Bridge Park, offers ecological strategies and management techniques for attracting birds, bees, and beneficial wildlife to gardens we design and maintain, based on her hands-on urban park experiences. …
 
Recorded live at Brooklyn Botanic Garden during Plant-O-Rama: Tree Jazz by Bill Logan. Planting trees is one of the best ways to mitigate climate change, but we need to stop treating trees as furniture and decoration and think about them as living beings (whos) rather than things (whats). HRN On Tour is powered by Simplecast.…
 
Hannah finishes up the day’s interviews with a dessert course of cheese talk. Mary Tuthill is a member of the Vermont Cheese Council, one of less than 1,000 Certified Cheese Professionals in the U.S., and the product curator at Taste Place. They delve into terroir, history, and how to train a great cheese monger. HRN On Tour is powered by Simplecas…
 
Kat Johnson and Hannah Fordin catch up with Claire Alsup, a former HRN intern and the current director of business development at Yolélé Foods, a company with a mission to introduce West African ingredients to a broader audience and create opportunity for smallholder farmers. Halley Crane, another HRN conversation sits down with them too. They exch…
 
Patricia King, the executive director of the California Olive Oil Council is joined by her marketing manager, Wendy Winters. Together they discuss what the COOC seal means, the role of guilds in empowering small farmers, and whether olive oil has terroir. HRN On Tour is powered by Simplecast.Von Heritage Radio Network
 
Jeff Pillet-Shore sits down to talk with Hannah Fordin and Luke Schmueker of Shacksbury Cider. Jeff shares his expertise in defining the Allagash brand and enlightens listeners as to what Belgian beer brewed in Maine tastes like, as well as what makes it special. He also discusses the company’s sustainability campaign and its charitable partners wh…
 
Emily Pearson and Patrick Martins of The Main Course O.G. host several guests for a discussion about moving the good food movement forward through diversity, building greater systems of support for farmers, and balancing tradition and innovation. Hear from Sarah Weiner the executive director of the Good Food Foundation; Chris Eley, the owner of Ind…
 
Hannah Fordin interviews David Yourd of Philosophy Foods and Sam Suchoff of Lady Edison. David co-founded Philosophy Foods to help small producers who were creating superior products but didn’t have the means to effectively promote themselves. Now he works with several business owners including Sam Suchoff, who produces the Good Food award-winning …
 
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