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12:OO - 12:3O /// A Taste of the Past
1:OO - 1:3O /// The Farm Report
3:OO-3:3O /// Eating Matters
4:OO - 5:OO /// Food Talk with Mike Colameco
6:OO-6:45 /// Mama Coco's Funky Kitchen
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This week on Radio Cherry Bombe, host Julia Turshen is joined by two incredible women in food representing totally different sectors and generations of the industry. First, hear from Sue Chan of Toklas Society. The Toklas Society is a network of women in the hospitality industry. Through online content, meet-ups, speaker events, and workshops they create opportunities not just for networking, but also for inspiration, education, and personal and professional growth. Next, hear from Rawia Bishara of Tanoreen Restaurant. Rawia Bishara opened Tanoreen in 1998 as a tribute to her mother’s rich culinary heritage and over the years it has won countless accolades. She teaches at the renowned DeGustibus Culinary School and her recipes have appeared in Plate Magazine, New York Magazine and The New York Times. Rawia now runs the restaurant, a unique family-owned and operated enterprise, with her daughter Jumana. Today's program was brought to you by White Oak Pastures.

"I don't have anybody in my life that I can look up to and get advice, so selfishly I wanted to hear those stories from other women." [07:00]

--Sue Chan on Radio Cherry Bombe

"My son and daughter are more exposed to things outside than I am. Little by little we created our own style of cooking but kept our traditions. The whole idea of the restaurant is to expose our culture, which is a beautiful culture." [20:00]

--Rawia Bishara on Radio Cherry Bombe


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This week on a brand-new, jam-packed episode of The Farm Report host Erin Fairbanks kicks off the show chatting about the recently released Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition cover and its quaint farm setting before delving into a discussion with Julie Gouldener of Food & Water Watch, a non-governmental organization and consumer rights group which focuses on corporate and government accountability relating to food, water, and fishing. Julie takes listeners through some timely food legislation moving through both the house and senate to keep an eye on, known as the Bay Tax Equity Act and the Farmers’ Rights Act. Erin also speaks with Erica Dorn, a consultant for the Food + Enterprise Summit 2015, to highlight what attendees can expect to learn from the upcoming summit as well as her experiences working with community supported agriculture programs (CSAs). Wen-Jay Ying, the Program Director and Founder of Local Roots NYC, a mission driven organization that creates a local food culture through an alternative CSA model is also brought into the conversation with both guests sharing details about their CSA experiences. Erin gets Erica and Wen-Jay's thoughts on growing a business, how to divvy up time spent working on your business, plus how they manage their least favorite tasks and making work more efficient. This program was brought to you by Heritage Foods USA.

"[The Farmers' Rights Act] is meant to bring some equity and some balance into a system that we view as pretty broken, which is the poultry industry on the Eastern shore. I'm talking about the handful of large institutions like Perdue, not the small family farmers or contact farmers that work with them." [4:30]

--Julie Gouldener on The Farm Report


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This week on Straight, No Chaser, Katy Keiffer chats with Jeannette Beranger of the American Livestock Breed Conservancy and Chris Ritthaler of the Farmer Veteran Coalition. Tune in and hear how the ALBC helps set up veterans who are interested in taking up farming after serving for their country. Learn why heritage livestock appeals to these vets and how they adapt to life on the farm even if they have no background in agriculture. Also learn more about the unemployment epidemic that veterans in our country face and why the general public should learn more about what veterans actually did when they served. This program was sponsored by Hearst Ranch.

"There's been a huge upsurge in interest in traditional breeds over the past few years."

--Jeanette Beranger of the American Livestock Breed Conservancy on Straight, No Chaser

"There are a few reasons you're seeing vets interested in heritage breeds. Because a lot of the vets don't have a background in agriculture, they are taking a real close look at their situation and financials and realizing they have to be smart. Heritage breeds fit a niche market and don't require a large level of infrastructure."

"The unemployment rate for veterans is significantly higher than the national average. The unemployment rate for vets in the post 9/11 era is over 10%."

"Less than 10% of the US has ever served in the military. There's a huge disconnect between the knowledge base of what a veteran does."

--Chris Ritthaler of the Farmer Veteran Coalition on Straight, No Chaser


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