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.
Stephanie Plunkett, niece of Agnes Djaha, shares her part of the story of her syrian-lebanese food heritage.
Beth Bader joins us to talk about her book "The Cleaner Plate Club: Raising Healthy Eaters One Meal at a Time," sharing some ideas and tips from the book as well as her own story of growing up in rural Missouri.
In Part 2 of AnneMarie DeFreest's interview she shares with us the importance of ingredients like paprika and sour cream to her favorite savory and sweet Hungarian recipes - Goulash, Chicken Paprikash, Kifli and Kalacs.
AnneMarie DeFreest shares stories of gathering at the table as a youth to share in conversation and the foods that she came to love from her paternal Hungarian heritage.
Christin McLaughlin shares her story of growing up in the suburbs on the edge of farm country and how she got into gardening and writing about it.
Join us as we go down Food Memory Lane with Jere Gettle, founder of Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds.
Kathy Mangan shares her memories of her grandmother's wonderful Irish Soda Bread.
Michael Wang shares how he created his Asian Sandwich Bar - Foumami.
Domonic Biggi, President of Beaverton Foods shares how his grandmother's recipe started it all.
Diane Hatz, Co-Founder and Director of the Glynwood Institute for Sustainable Food and Farming
Agnes Djaha shares her rich Syrian heritage and some wonderful recipes.
A wonderful stroll down food memory lane with Hans Morris.