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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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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.Di 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 …
 
Amy Mills was raised up on smoke and sauce. She is heiress to the 17th Street Barbecue empire, which she leads alongside her dad, Mike Mills. Together they co-authored Peace, Love, and Barbecue and Praise the Lard. She also runs OnCue Consulting, the only barbecue business consultancy in the world. She’s a featured judge on various barbecue shows a…
 
Cybille St. Aude-Tate, Omar Tate, Valerie Erwin, Monica O’Connell come together to talk about an event they collaborated on titled Exploring Black Spirituality Through Food. It was a relaxed, love-filled dinner examining the intersections and histories of Black spirituality and religion as they relate to food. They talk about the art, dishes, stori…
 
Tahiirah Habibi is a pioneer in breaking cultural stigmas in the wine industry in hopes of creating space for wine lovers in the Black community. She joins The Grape Nation's Sam Benrubi to discuss her career journey and her work as the founder of the Hue Society, an organization committed to the inclusion and education of Women and People of Color…
 
Femi Oyediran from Graft, Matt Conway from Tippling House, and Justin Coleman from Monarch Wine offer their varying industry perspectives on selling wine. They join The Grape Nation's Sam Benrubi for a spirited conversation about integrity, trends, and more. Plus, they shout out some of their favorite bottles as of late. HRN On Tour is powered by S…
 
Lindsay Collins of EffinB Radio welcomes Corrie and Shuai Wang of Jackrabbit Filly, a heritage driven new Chinese American restaurant in Charleston. They began Short Grain food truck in 2014, which served untraditional Japanese rice bowls and landed them on Bon Appetit magazine’s Top Fifty Best Restaurants list, Eater Young Guns and Best Chef lists…
 
Paola Velez is a pastry chef who founded Bakers Against Racism during the pandemic. Through grassroots bake sales across the globe, the initiative has raised over $2 million and is currently offering support to Ukraine, and particularly the Afro-Ukrainians, African university students and Caribbean university students struggling to flee from war. P…
 
2022 brought music at a whole new level to the Charleston Wine + Food Festival. Lake Street Dive headlined the first of two huge outdoor live concerts at Riverfront Park, which brought festival-goers back together in high energy celebration mode in a gorgeous setting. Lake Street Dive's Bridget Kearney and Mike Calabrese sit down with Caity and HRN…
 
Weston Hoard joins The Grape Nation's Sam Benrubi to talk all about importing, education, and the preservation of great traditions. He spent four years living in Piedmont and working for the renowned Barolo winery Paolo Scavino. The opportunity to work alongside the Scavinos in the vineyards and the cellar contributed profoundly to his understandin…
 
Tia Clark was 37 the first time she went crabbing. Today she hosts “Let's Go Crabbing," recognized as one of the best Airbnb experiences in the world. She talks about chasing her passion and finding a new lease on life. HRN On Tour is powered by Simplecast.Di Heritage Radio Network
 
Jane Lopes and Jonathan Ross join The Grape Nation's Sam Benrubi to tell the stories of their interlinked careers and talk about all things Australian wine. They are a husband and wife duo behind the Australian wine imports company, Legend. Jane is a Nashville-based sommelier, importer, and author. She has worked at New York's Eleven Madison Park, …
 
Emily Heintz is behind Sèchey, a new shop in Charleston carrying non-alcoholic spirits, wine & beer for mindful drinkers and the sober curious. Emily joins HRN's Caity Moseman Wadler and Dylan Heuer for a tasting across these categories as well as a conversation about this growing market. HRN On Tour is powered by Simplecast.…
 
Meet the Dreamboats! The British-born, Charleston-based duo of Restaurateur Ben Towill and Chef Charlie Layton of Basic Projects are preparing to row across the Atlantic Ocean in the 2022 Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge. They were inspired to take on this extraordinary feat of athletic and mental endurance when they were in the depths of the mos…
 
Shannon Mustipher and The Cocktail Bandits come together for a conversation about how the pandemic has affected cocktail culture, the meaning of tiki, and how they strive to make a positive impact in the beverage space. They have tips for those just starting to experiment with at-home mixology, as well as stories about extravagant bar build-outs an…
 
Eric Asimov is the chief wine critic of The New York Times and the author of How to Love Wine: A Memoir and Manifesto and Wine With Food: Pairing Notes and Recipes From The New York Times. He joins The Grape Nation's Sam Benrubi to talk about natural wine, expertise, and the ever-changing beverage industry. HRN On Tour is powered by Simplecast.…
 
CHWFF's Street Eats event was a celebration of Asian food and culture. Chefs Sam Fore, Lynn Hobart, and Ji Hye Kim taking join a roundtable discussion to talk about the event, fusion food, building bridges, and beyond. Sam Fore is a first-generation Sri Lankan-American chef from Lexington, Kentucky. She started her pop up, Tuk Tuk Sri Lankan Bites,…
 
Maneet Chauhan, one of our Charleston Wine + Food Festival besties, kicks off the festivities this year when she stops by the HRN tent in the culinary village. The Nashville-based chef and restaurateur talks about the challenges her business faced during Covid-19 and her family’s latest obsession. (Hint...superheroes are involved!) HRN On Tour is p…
 
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 …
 
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