"My Welcome Table", hosted by Jessica B. Harris is a monthly exploration into the foods and cultures of different cities across the globe. Produced by Jessica B. Harris & Jack Inslee for HeritageRadioNetwork.com. A culinary historian, Dr. Jessica B. Harris has lectured on African-American foodways at numerous institutions and colleges throughout the United States and Abroad and has written extensively about the culture of Africa in the Americas, particularly the foodways. An award winning journalist, Dr Harris has also written in numerous publications ranging from Essence to Saveur to German Vogue. Heritage Radio Network. All rights reserved.
By Jessica B. Harris
A sit-down interview style podcast hosted by the late Rob Flato before his infamous car implosion at the Santa Ana Del Taco. Featuring songs and interviews with artists and creators from the annals of history, as well as many more surprises (ghosts?)! www.regularradio.tumblr.com
By Regular Radio
Thursdays at 3:00PM EST Hosted by Rachel Wharton, the deputy editor of Edible Manhattan and Edible Brooklyn, Meet Your Maker is where you get to hear from the people behind our food. That means not just bakers, picklers, cheesemakers, candysmiths, chefs and butchers, but hopefully kitchenware designers, builders, glass-blowers, bourbon distillers and even those behind the way we think about food. What does a baker obsess about? How do you forge a cast iron pan? Who invented the term locavore? How does the sausage get made? You'll find out on Meet Your Maker, and over time hear from all those who else have a hand--literally--in how we cook, eat and drink. Rachel Wharton is an editor at Edible Manhattan and Edible Brooklyn magazines, which focus on food culture in New York City. She holds a master’s degree in Food Studies from New York University and has nearly 20 years of experience as a writer, reporter and editor. In 2010 Wharton won a James Beard food journalism award for stories in Edible Brooklyn, while her profile of Russ & Daughters in Edible Manhattan was included in 2012 and 2010 Best Food Writing. She has edited The Edible Brooklyn cookbook (Sterling, 2011), a collection of recipes from those profiled in the magazine, and co-authored the baking cookbook Handheld Pies (Chronicle, 2011). Since the fall of 2010, Wharton has also written and hosted a weekly food segment for NY1, a local cable news station in New York City. Heritage Radio Network. All Rights Reserved.
By Rachel Wharton
Directed towards the decorative painting and faux finishing community, this show brings you "how to's", information on products in the market place, and plenty of usefull tips and tricks. Board members of the Professional Decorative Painters Association, who are industry leaders, contribute to this podcast. Also, all PDPA members are encouraged to submit their own videos. For more information contact the PDPA at email@example.com.
By Professional Decorative Painters Association
Geek journalist & blogger Jill Pantozzi (@TheNerdyBird) teams up with writer/actor and superhero historian Alan Kistler (@SizzlerKistler) to discuss the world of geek dating, as well as the latest in pop culture, comics and entertainment news.
By Crazy Sexy Geeks
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. 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. Heritage Radio Network. All Rights Reserved.
By Clay Gordon
A weekly photography tip that is concise and straight to the point. These tips are not camera specific and are specifically for the amateur and hobbyist photographer. Brought to you by the Time and Time Photographer http://www.time-and-time.com/
By Philip E. Morris Jr.