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This week on Native, Brianna Kurtz is joined by Danielle Chang, founder of LUCKYRICE. Danielle is an award-winning media entrepreneur. Prior to launching LUCKYRICE in 2010, she was CEO of Vivienne Tam, a fashion company. She was previously the founder and publisher of Simplycity Magazine and Simplycity.com as well as the US head for Assouline, a French creative advertising agency. A graduate of Columbia University with a BA in Art History and a MA in Critical Theory, Danielle has also worked for Goldman Sachs, The New York Times and as a Professor of Contemporary Art History. Born in Taiwan, Danielle created LUCKYRICE to share her life-long affinity for Asian cuisine and lifestyle.This program was brought to you by Myriad Restaurant Group.

"Clearly our interest in asian food has changed, its way beyond Chinese take out, its way beyond a California roll." [3:00]

"I was never really targeting the Asian community...it has always been very globally minded [Lucky Rice festivals]." [5:00]

-- Danielle Chang on Native


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Episode Ten. The cereal: Rice Krispies. The guest: Jessica Siskin/Misterkrisp. Misterkrisp is actually not a 'mister' at all. NYC-based food artist Jessica Siskin began making edible Rice Krispie Treat sculptures in December 2012 when she discovered that food coloring could be added to the recipe on the side of the cereal box. After making her first Rice Krispie Treat cheeseburger late one Sunday night instead of watching Homeland she continued to experiment with recipes, techniques, and designs, and Misterkrisp was born in October 2013. Jessica is inspired by her previous career in fashion, her love of food, everything pop culture, and the curiously curated library of emojis on her iPhone. When she isn't in the kitchen she's pursuing her master's degree in Creative Writing and systematically sampling every novelty ice cream flavor available in the tri-state area. This program was brought to you by The Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board.

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This week on We Dig Plants Alice does a solo interview with Abbie Zabar and Lenore Rice. Alice first asks how Lenore moved from her original profession, law, to horticulture and producing terracotta pots. She tells us about experiences in Italy and the history of terracotta production. Alice transitions to talking about Abbie's workmanship and design. Abbie discusses her design process as well as why she loves to work on plant containers. This program was sponsored by Whole Foods Market

"The container is as important as the plant that goes into it." [19:00]

"Impruneta [Small town in Italy] has great pots, but not great wine." [10:00]

-- Abbie Zabar and Lenore Rice on We Dig Plants


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