Explore food through the lens of storytelling. Host Harry Rosenblum chats with guests inside and outside the food world, about the experiences that have shaped what they eat and cook. Listen to Feast Yr Ears as he explores the relationship between food and the human experience.
Within the Wild: Living and cooking in Alaska
The Dixon Family has been living in and around the Alaskan Wilderness for nearly 40 years. In that time they have created not one but 2 hospitality spaces, one on the water and one in the woods where guests can stay, learn, cook, and explore everything that our wildest state has to offer. Tune in to hear Kirsten Dixon tell her story and hear about their new book Living within the Wild.
The Maine community cookbook
Karl Schatz and Margaret Hathaway were liviing in New York in 2003 when they traveled the country to learn everything they could about raising goats and making cheese. After a year on the road they landed in Maine and have been running Ten Apple Farm ever since. After a few books about goat farming and cheese making they turned their attention last year to creating the Maine Bicentennial Community Cookbook which contains 200 recipes that celebrate Maine's culinary past, present & future. They also just launched a podcast about community cookbooks called Cooking is Community.
From Boston with Love
Elle Simone is a joy to speak with. Her story is one of resilience and change, embracing new opportunities with open arms and an open heart. Tune in to hear Elle and Harry catch up about Elle's work at America's Test Kitchen, both on screen and off, and how she went from Social work, to being houseless to the screen all along tuning in to the power of the universe. Don't forget to check out her new Podcast: The Walk-in
Art Chang for Mayor
Art Chang is running for Mayor of New York City. Korean American, raised in Ohio, Art has lived most of his life in Brooklyn. A serial entrepreneur, student, and thinker Art and Harry cover many of his ideas on the future of New York and what he brings to the table for New York.
One of the greats: Peter Hoffman
For 26 years Peter Hoffman presided over the kitchen (and everything else) at Savoy, Back Forty and Back Forty West. His style of cooking what was fresh and in season, wasn't popular in the restaurant world back in 1990 when first opened Savoy, but it has come to define a generation of chefs. In his new book, What’s Good?: A Memoir in Fourteen Ingredients Peter recounts stories from his life, his time in the kitchen alongside recipes that both define and explain his ideas around food. Tune in to hear Harry and Peter dig in!
What's Peter Kim up to?
Peter Kim grew up in the midwest with his Korean born parents, that meant having a whole fridge dedicated to Kimchi (sounds pretty great) Later he lived in rural Cameroon among other places. In 2011 he founded the Museum of Food And Drink (MOFAD.ORG) while still keeping up his love of music. To say that he has a love of food and music would be an understatement. On his new podcast CounterJam these two loves collide in the best possible way. Tune in to hear Harry and Peter discuss everything from Ramen hacks to some great connections between food, music and more.
love Lori Lieberman episode 25!
Great episode with provocative and important push-back to those “pet peeves” about weight loss and XXX-free foods!
Like a Fireside Chat
Harry brings real down-to-earth people to talk on his show; he knows a lot, is so well-rounded, and brings a lot to the table. Good episodes so far and looking forward to the future ones!