Radio & Podcasts
Heirloom Meals currently hosts a weekly radio show called, you guessed it, Heirloom Meals Radio,on the NPR station in Sharon, CT. Tune in to RobinHood Radio on WHDD 91.9 FM or AM 1020 - Saturdays at 5 p.m. or Sundays at 6:30 a.m. And, of course all our shows are archived here for your listening pleasure. Feel free to contact us if you want to be on the show and you can come into the studio or call in - your choice!
Everyone loves to talk about their food memories and we have found that the radio works for the camera-shy. Really, it's like having an half-hour long conversation discussing something that everyone does - eat. But we talk about the memories that certain foods or aromas conjure up, your unique food histories and treasured family recipes.
A butcher at Guido's in Great Barrington, MA shares her insights about meat, butchering and the culinary arts.
Family recipes from a cook with Polish, Irish and English roots.
Reflections on cooking traditional favorites for the Jewish New Year.
Owner of a Springerle mold and cookie company, Connie shares the story of this ancient cookie recipe.
New York City’s Decorative Diva of High Pastry art.
Author of "Tomato" and founder of a seed conservancy discusses heirloom tomatoes.
Editor of "True Cow Tales"––stories from farmers.
Project Coordinator of 2010 RAFT at the Chef's Collective discusses sustainable fruits and vegetables.
A mom and 2 sisters share their Jewish-American food heritage.
Memories of growing up in the Little Italy neighborhood of of Lee, Massachusetts.
Author of "Born Round," and former NY Times journalist, shares the virtues and vices of growing up in an Italo-American home.
Voice recording of the entire interview with Ruth Reichl, NY Times food author and critic.