Wednesday January 22, 2014
I love my radio show. I love interviwing people and hearing their stories. It's been the one constant for me and Heilroom Meals. Here are a bunch that I just uploaded:
Sue Conley of Cowgirl Creamery. Love her pioneering spirit!!
Trisha Runyan from Austin, Texas. A cowgirl in hew own right!
Joanne Chang, Founder and Owner of Flour Bakery Cafe in Boston.
Melanie Wagner, wine expert and author of Hello, Wine!
Julianne Palermo - a fan with a great story!
Jen Laviola - owner of Lingua e Sapori (language and flavor)
And of course, I want to hear your story. So please contact me to be on the show!!
Tuesday July 02, 2013
I had a blast at this year's inaugural fair at the Dutchess County Fairgrounds! Not only did I do a cooking demo with famed Celtic's basketball player, Eric Williams, I set up my radio recording equipment to capture the other foodies and talent that were showing their wares and telling stories at the fair. I interviewed, Sara Morrow, the features editor at Country Living Magazine, Mindy Fox, editor of La Cucina Italiana Magazine and cookbook author, Matt Lee and Ted Lee, aka The Lee Brothers form Charleston, S.C. and Brent Ridge, 1/2 of the Fabulous Beekman Boys and Beekman 1802!
Here are the links to their interviews:
The Lee Brothers
Wednesday July 18, 2012
We've been busy here at Heirloom Meals and have gotten a little behind on our radio guest blogs. But we're catching up today and I want to introduce you to three distinct and very interesting people, each of them have a very unique Heirloom story!
Leslie Reichert is commonly known as the "Green Cleaning Coach" as she has returned to her ancestral ways to create a Green Cleaning Recipe book based on the cleaning recipes of her own grandmother. Find out more about how to clean your house using simple natural ingredients such as vinegar and baking soda HERE.
Italian born professor Fabio Parasecoli learned to appreciate food through his travels and co-authored the book "A cultural History of Food". Hear more about his journey to understand culture, history and food HERE.
Tessa Edick is a true American-born girl who has used her fond childhood memories based around local food and agriculture to create her adulthood business successes; starting a business called "Sauce 'n Love" and selling it to move on to create the "Friends of the Farmer Festival". Listen to Tesse's story HERE!!!
Wednesday June 20, 2012
Doug Ferguson exudes positive energy!! He cracked me up and touched my heart with the story about his Mom's turquoise pot. Imagine knowing that when that pot was on the stove, it would yield a not-so-great attempt at Cincinnati Chili!! Doug has now perfected the recipe and honors his Mom by cooking it in his newly acquired turquoise dutch oven.
Doug has taken his love of cooking, of being in the suburbs and being a Dad and a neighbor and translated it into both a tongue-in-cheek and serious journal in his blog, The Suburban Cookbook. I think you will enjoy listening to Doug as much as I enjoyed interviewing him!! Thank you Doug!!
Listen to his show HERE. And we apologize that the sound quality isn't the best :-(