Ferment About It! (Fuhmentaboudit) aims to demystify the art of home fermentation with a primary focus on home brewing beer. Chris and Mary will take listeners on a journey through fermentation, sharing history, practical methods, recipes and anecdotes from personal experience as well as from those of guest fermenters both amateur and pro. A Q&A section will be a feature of each show. <p></p><p> <a href="http://fuhmentaboudit.com/">For more information visit the companion blog: http://fuhmentaboudit.com/</a></p><p></p><p> <i> <b>Chris Cuzme</b> is a professional musician and avid homebrewer. He helped organize NY Craft Beer Week and is President Emeritus of both the New York City Homebrewers Guild and the Malted Barley Appreciation Society. Regularly hosting beer and food pairings led to a proud partnership with Mary Izett forming The NYC Degustation Advisory Team. He is a co-founder of the beer event crew Get Real Presents, and partnered with Chris Post and Alex Hall, he helped build Wandering Star Craft Brewery. </i></p><p></p><p> <b>Mary Izett</b> is a passionate homebrewer specializing in sour beers, smoked beers, historical styles and other oddball fermented beverages. She is the current president of the New York City Homebrewers Guild and President Emeritus of the Malted Barley Appreciation Society. She is a Nationally-ranked Beer Judge in the Beer Judging Certification Program, the New York City/Long Island columnist for the Ale Street News and writes about craft beer and food on her blog My Life on Craft. </p><p> </p><p> Heritage Radio Network. All Rights Reserved. </p>
By Chris Cuzme & Mary Izett
<font size="5"><b>Tuesdays at 5:00M EST</b></font> <p> Every Tuesday at 5:00 PM, New York City publican Jimmy Carbone plays host to an audio ale salon celebrating the world of craft beer. Through discussions with beer industry insiders and knowledgeable beer fans from across the country, Jimmy and his friends explore every aspect of the brewer's craft from grains to pint glass and tasting to toasting. Beer Sessions Radio is sponsored by <a href="http://greatbrewers.com/">GreatBrewers.com</a>, your online source for craft beer information, and supported by The Good Beer Seal, an association of independently owned and operated bars in New York City that serve, promote and support good craft beer. </p><p> Our theme song, "Tonight is the Night" was written and performed by <a href="https://www.facebook.com/werealljustpassingthrough">We're All Just Passing Through </a>whose co-founding member, Travis Johnides, co-hosts the Long Island craft beer podcast <a href="https://www.facebook.com/thebeeramigos">The Beer Amigos.</a> </p><p> Jimmy Carbone is a co-founder of The Good Beer Seal and owner of Jimmy's No 43, a bar and restaurant in the East Village featuring handcrafted beers on draught and a seasonal, greenmarket menu. </p><p> Heritage Radio Network. All Rights Reserved.</p>
By Jimmy Carbone
Straight from The Source explores issues in fair and ethical sourcing through engaged dialog with participants in every link of the supply chain - from growers to producers to chefs, certification bodies, and organizations interested in promoting the concept of “good” food. Straight from The Source is informed by the host’s personal experience with third-party certification programs and the challenges of creating verifiable ethical supply chains in cacao and chocolate. <p></p><p> <i> Clay Gordon is an internationally recognized independent authority on chocolate. He is the author of the 2008 IACP-finalist book Discover Chocolate, and is the creator and moderator of TheChocolateLife.com, an on-line community with members -- from growers to celebrity chefs -- in over 140 countries. Clay is also known for his innovative, educational, fun, and oh-so-very-tasty “sophisticated pairing” tasting events.</i> </p><p></p><p> Heritage Radio Network. All Rights Reserved. </p>
By Clay Gordon
<font size="5"><b>Fridays at 4:00PM ET </b></font> <p> If there is one thing Anne Saxelby knows, its cheese. Cutting the Curd, heard every Monday on HRN, finds Anne disseminating that dairy know-how to the listening public. Every episode also includes guests from the world of dairy, ranging from historians to farmers, chefs to cheese mongers, all engaging in dairy discourse so that you might gain a better understanding (and a better block) of this thing we call cheese. </p><p> For more info: <a href="http://saxelbycheese.blogspot.com/">www.saxelbycheese.blogspot.com</a> </p><p><i> Anne Saxelby is the founder of Saxelby Cheesemongers, a cheese shop in Manhattan selling only American artisan cheeses. Saxelby Cheesemongers maintains a retail shop in the Essex Street Market, and recently built a cheese cave in Brooklyn to better serve a growing wholesale base of over 100 restaurant clients. Anne got her start in the cheese world working at Murray’s Cheese in Greenwich Village, and fell in love with American farmstead cheese after interning as a cheesemaker at Cato Corner Farm. </i> </p><p> Heritage Radio Network. All Rights Reserved. </p>
By Anne Saxelby
Hold That Thought, hosted by Arts & Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis, aims to bring academic inquiry to a broader audience. Each season we select a few topics to explore and then bring together thoughtful commentary on those topics from a variety of experts and sources. New podcasts are posted Mondays and select Wednesday and Fridays.
By Washington University in St. Louis
We’re taking back tea-time and kicking it up a notch while turning up the fun. No sitting around in a stuffy living room sipping from dainty china with pinkies in the air. We don’t mind a bit of dirt and we’re going to take you into the nitty-gritty. What is tea? Why should we drink the stuff? What do we do with it? Manish Shah will be delving deep into the world of tea: introducing you to the people who make it, the people who sell it and those who drink it. Brace yourself – you’ll soon know everything you never knew you wanted to know about tea. You’ll be Steeping Around with Manish Shah.
By Steeping Around Network