Good food is best marinated in a great story. Join Our Edible Stories as we interview everyday eaters, foodies, chefs and home cooks as they explore the personal stories and cultural identities driving their food choices.
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Episode 008: Palates in Pursuit with Historic Renfrow and Farm's Pressly Williams
What happens when you make food your calling, your profession, your muse?
Farmer, gardener, florist, and blogger are just a few of the titles given to Pressly Williams, a member of family-owned Renfrow Hardware in the heart of Matthews, North Carolina. Pressly shares her love of food, community and the unique upbringing in a 120 year old hardware store.
Episode 007 - Palates in Pursuit with Sierra Leonian Chef Muriel Samuels
Our Edible Stories continues a 5-part podcast mini-series entitled Palates in Pursuit: tales of inspiration and influence in the food industry. Health-Supportive Chef Muriel Samuels continues the series as she reveals her unexpected professional journey from corporate America to NYC culinary school and ultimately back to her native Sierra Leone to rediscover the ancestral superfoods of her culinary heritage.
Episode 006 - Palates in Pursuit with Chef Hector Gonzalez
Our Edible Stories kicks off a 5-part mini-series entitled Palates in Pursuit - tales of inspiration and influence in the food industry. I chat with 5 young professionals as they discuss the people, the ideas, and the flavors that have crafted their unique food passions.
As a child of immigrants, Chef Hector explores whether we are defined by our culinary heritage or if we continue to reshape our palates in a way that celebrates past and present.
Our Edible Stories Episode005 - A Southern Heart with a Global Appetite
Can West Virginia sausage gravy and Korean melon exist on the same plate? They can if you’re Scott Waybright - an educator, foodie, refugee advocate, and host of an annual Cider Day event in suburban Charlotte, North Carolina.
Our Edible Stories Episode 004 - Cape Verdean Sisters in the Carolinas
What do white rice and floor cleaning solution have in common? Well, for these Cape Verdean sisters it is the smell of home. But if home is where your heart is, then these two ladies embrace land and love on both sides of the Atlantic!
Our Edible Stories Episode 003 - The 'Yes, And' of Costa Rican Heritage
Poet and literature professor Shawn Bowers kicks up mouth-watering flavors as she prepares her native Costa Rican gallo pinto recipe. As we dine she chats about food identity and the power of ‘the other’.