Heirloom Meals: Savoring Yesterday's Traditions Today

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.

  • Hans Morris

    A wonderful stroll down food memory lane with Hans Morris.

  • Cindy Reynolds Part II

    Cindy Reynolds shares her heartfelt stories and some recipes.

  • Cindy Reynolds

    Warm, spirited and fun interview discussing Cindy's essays about the farmer's market and setting the holiday table.

  • Martha Cortina

    Author of Authentic Cuban Cuisine.

  • Sherri Brooks Vinton

    Sherri Brooks Vinton, author of "Put 'em Up" will inspire you to "put up" your fresh produce.

  • Sara Baer-Sinnott

    Sara Baer-Sinnott, President of Oldways shares the mission and importance of preserving heritage foods.

  • Dottie Weber - The Meaning of the Jewish Holidays

    Dottie Weber shares the meaning of the upcoming Jewish Holidays - Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur.

  • Ali Ansari

    Ali Ansari shares his Persian German culinary roots.

  • Dillip Barman

    A lovely conversation about Dillip's native Indian cuisine and his vegan diet.

  • Getting to Next

    Participants in Carole Hyatt's Getting to Next II shared their best food memory!

  • Rae Bradbury

    Listen to Rae's tales of her fearless father, who used to make fresh bread for their school lunches.

  • Michael Tesoro

    Tesoro means "treasure" in Italian, so it is appropriate that Michael is using his treasured family recipe to make and sell his marinara.

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