U Look Hungry is a radio show bridging the gap between food and contemporary pop culture. Every Thursday at 6 p.m. (EST), radio host Helen Hollyman uncovers what happens when current food and cultural shifts collide: just like movies, music, art and everything else that permeates our daily lives, food has carved its own niche into the amorphous box of contemporary popular culture. Tune in to uncover what people are eating and why are they eating it, analyzing our ever-changing community food systems, and exposing the remarkable figures that have chosen to go against the grain. The show focuses on the game changers taking part in these trends, from chefs and artists, musicians and food writers to everyone across all spectrums of American (and international) culture. Tune in because you my friend, well, you look hungry.
For more information, visit www.ulookhungry.com
Helen Hollyman is a food and culture writer for publications like GQ, Saveur, Refinery29, Time Out New York, Lucky Peach and Tasting Table, and author of the blog, ulookhungry. She's worked in most aspects of the food industry, which includes everything from baking at Momofuku Milk Bar, Food & Wine Magazine, cookbook editing, recipe testing, cooking on the line in New Orleans, being a truffle dealer, and has also worked for folks like Mark Bittman and Amanda Hesser of the NY Times.
Heritage Radio Network. All Rights Reserved.