The Bittersweet History of Pralines
Meat and Three
by Heritage Radio Network
14h ago
Pralines, a sweet concoction of sugar, butter, and pecans, are more than just a staple of New Orleans cuisine. They carry with them a rich legacy of adaptation and survival, embodying the spirit of a city known for its resilience. This episode delves into the bittersweet history of pralines, revealing their deep connections to the legacy of slavery, the innovative spirit of African American women, and the enduring fight for freedom and equality.  In this episode of Meat and Three, Taylor Early is joined by co-host Jessica Gingrich, a journalist and food historian who has spent the past 3 ..read more
Visit website
You’ve Got (Voice)Mail
Meat and Three
by Heritage Radio Network
2w ago
A food memory is never just the meal itself. It’s the people who cooked it, the chatter around the table, the distance traveled and time waited just to taste this food. Today, we’re serving up a smorgasbord of experiences from each member of the Meat and Three team. From fresh-squeezed juice in Mexico City to the late-night fast food haunts of competitive swing dancers, we’ve got messages from the whole team on the food they love, and the places that make that food come alive with meaning.  Further Reading: If you wanna hear the story of how Chef Eric See got his restaurant from concept t ..read more
Visit website
You Are What You Eat
Meat and Three
by Heritage Radio Network
3w ago
Cooking a meal is often compared to creating a work of art. From the recipes that inspire you, to your palette of spices, to the smells and tastes that stir up emotions, all of it comes together on an edible canvas as an expression of the inner self. It’s no wonder so many cultures deeply intertwine food with identity. To explore this connection, we’re revisiting Meat and Three stories with our brand new interns. We’ll be talking about our loyalty to grocery store chains, the past and future of soul food, nostalgia for Jewish deli dinners, and the little moments in the kitchen which shape us ..read more
Visit website
Planting IS Power: Preserving Food Sovereignty
Meat and Three
by Heritage Radio Network
1M ago
Food sovereignty foregrounds all of our conversations on Meat and Three. If communities are unable to feed themselves freely, safely and sustainably, food cultures can not thrive. From seed banks preserving Indigenous crops, to Israeli control of Palestinian food systems, we kickstart our 16th season by revisiting stories from the Meat and Three archives that center food sovereignty as imperative to maintaining diverse, nourishing food cultures. Further Reading: Listen to the full story with Valarie Segrest and Clint Carroll, here. Additionally, listen to Valerie Segrest’s TedTalk all about fo ..read more
Visit website
“Meat” the Interns! Behind the Internship Ep 1
Meat and Three
by Heritage Radio Network
1M ago
Go behind the scenes at HRN with Behind the Internship where you’ll find out  what it’s like to become a podcast producer for HRN’s flagship show, Meat + Three. Tune in to the premiere episode and get to know  Sophia Hooper, Danielle Flitter, and Addison Austin-Lou, three interns in HRN’s Research & Radio Internship Program. Hear about their first steps into podcast production and see what it takes to begin a career in the food media world. Links: Sophia Hooper’s Bio Danielle Flitter’s Bio Addison Austin-Lou’s Bio H’s Bio Taylor’s Bio Opening Soon "The Build"   Heritage Radi ..read more
Visit website
We're back for season 16!
Meat and Three
by Heritage Radio Network
1M ago
Our Meat and Three Season 16 trailer was engineered by Sam Gerardi. Be sure to subscribe to the Meat and Three feed wherever you get podcasts to stay up-to-date on new episodes of Behind the Internship: a sneak peak behind the Meat and Three production process, brought to you by the interns themselves! Meat and Three is powered by Simplecast ..read more
Visit website
Pull up a Chair: It’s the HRN Potluck!
Meat and Three
by Heritage Radio Network
1M ago
Description: Today we’re inviting you to cook alongside us as we share the things that nourish us, the folks who lovingly bring you your favorite food media content on the regular. So pull up a seat. We’re serving nostalgia, creativity, nourishment, and quite a few laughs.  Bon appetit! Further Eating:   Taylor’s Everyday Butter Pasta for Everybody  1-2 handfuls of pasta of choice (depending on how hungry you are!) Enough water to submerge pasta (see your pasta cooking instructions) Fresh or canned tomatoes (fresh tomatoes will need a little longer cook time to break them down ..read more
Visit website
Eating Together: Alternative Food Models
Meat and Three
by Heritage Radio Network
1M ago
As long as there have been supermarkets there have been folks imagining and participating in alternative modes of grocery shopping. In this episode of Meat and Three, Matt is joined by HRN intern Liv Kunins-Berkowitz as his co-host. Their research focuses on alternative and community-constructed foodways. In this episode, we are leaving the supermarket behind, and unpacking the possibilities of alternative foodways including cooperatives, mutual aid, CSAs, and the black panther free breakfast program. To keep up with the 607 CSA, check out their website and Instagram! Click here to watch Jessi ..read more
Visit website
Breaking Boundaries, Breaking Bonds
Meat and Three
by Heritage Radio Network
2M ago
This week on HRN we are examining how folks are changing the world of food and how food has always been a part of changing the world. We are traveling through space and time to bring stories of trailblazers and revolutionaries–those who are truly breaking bonds.  First, we reflect on how the Persian diasporic community is connecting to cuisine in the context of the women-led revolution underway in Iran. We also hear about how a group of women banana workers in Latin America have transformed their unions. Next, we travel to Japan to hear how one sushi chef is carving out space for women in ..read more
Visit website
Eating Outside the Norm
Meat and Three
by Heritage Radio Network
7M ago
In this episode of Meat and Three, we are trying to move beyond western medical definitions, and thinking outside the box to better understand disordered eating. Disordered eating has a history of visibility as a negative disease, and largely impacting a small population. Historically, young, white women and girls are depicted in the media and in literature with eating disorders. However, the phenomenon of disordered eating, which we’re using here to mean “eating outside of the norm” contains far more nuance in who and how it is actually experienced. We’re diving into the nuance soup to explor ..read more
Visit website

Follow Meat and Three on FeedSpot

Continue with Google
Continue with Apple
OR