The House Specials podcast

The House Specials

Peddler Journal

A podcast brought to you by the team at Peddler Journal. The House Specials explores the in-between moments of food, culture and identity. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/peddler-journal/support

14 épisodes

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    Episode 6: Kindness, with Nicole Chan - Part 2 (Season Finale)

    19:23

    This is part 2 of a 2 part series. In part 1, we spoke with Nicole on the eve of her pilgrimage to Brazil - where she was going to spend a couple of months with her grandparents, to learn more about her family’s journey from Hong Kong to Brazil. In part 2, we catch up with Nicole Chan to see how her trip went and what she was able to discover about her family's history. Peddler Journal is a podcast brought to you by the team at Peddler Journal. Find us at peddlerjournal.com and on Instagram @peddlerjournal --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/peddler-journal/support
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    Episode 5: Resilience, with Yewande Komolafe

    26:55

    Yewande Komolafe is a food writer, recipe developer, food stylist, and soon-to-be cookbook author. For many years, she lived in the US as an undocumented immigrant and had to mute parts of her Nigerian identity — which included the food. We speak with her about how through reconnecting with Nigerian food, she is able to explore her roots and reclaim that part of her identity. Peddler Journal is a podcast brought to you by the team at Peddler Journal. Find us at peddlerjournal.com and on Instagram @peddlerjournal --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/peddler-journal/support
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    Episode 4: Passion, with Chitra Agrawal, Leetal Arazi and Sana Javeri Kadri

    38:09

    In this special panel discussion episode, we speak with three of the most passionate and hard-working women in the food biz: Chitra Agrawal of Brooklyn Delhi, Leetal Arazi of NY SHUK and Sana Javeri Kadri of Diaspora Co. Each of these trailblazers have created a culinary brand that represents the food of their culture. They chat with us about the importance of preserving flavors and traditions as ingredients move about the world. Peddler Journal is a podcast brought to you by the team at Peddler Journal. Find us at peddlerjournal.com and on Instagram @peddlerjournal --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/peddler-journal/support
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    Episode 3: Ingenuity, with Daisy Orlana

    24:27

    We speak with Daisy Orlana, owner of the New York based Indonesian food pop-up Sayang. She discusses with us about the loneliness of navigating the US as an adult immigrant, and how that led her back to the Indonesian food of her youth. Peddler Journal is a podcast brought to you by the team at Peddler Journal. Find us at peddlerjournal.com and on Instagram @peddlerjournal --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/peddler-journal/support
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    Episode 2: Patience, with Nancy Pappas

    18:10

    For Nancy Pappas, a Korean adoptee who grew up with a classic Midwestern American upbringing, her Asian identity was not something she had always embraced. Over the past few years, Nancy has reckoned with her cultural identity, culminating in an important pilgrimage to Seoul, where she will study the Korean language and get to know her birth mother and sister. We speak with Nancy ahead of the move. Peddler Journal is a podcast brought to you by the team at Peddler Journal. Find us at peddlerjournal.com and on Instagram @peddlerjournal --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/peddler-journal/support
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    Episode 1: Kindness, with Nicole Chan - Part I

    17:15

    This is part 1 of a 2 part series. We meet Nicole Chan as she embarks on a "research trip" of sorts, temporarily relocating from New York to Brazil to live with her grandparents—to witness their daily routines, record the way they eat, and learn more about her family's passage from Hong Kong, to Brazil and beyond. Peddler Journal is a podcast brought to you by the team at Peddler Journal. Find us at peddlerjournal.com and on Instagram @peddlerjournal --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/peddler-journal/support
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    We're Back! Season 2 of The House Specials

    3:03

    Mark your calendars. We're back next week with a brand new season of The House Specials. Every episode this season will be dedicated to one topic: immigrants. Throughout this season you’ll hear from home cooks, writers, artists, and entrepreneurs. Every guest has a unique immigration story and we will explore how the foods they cook, eat and share with others, keeps them connected to their respective homelands and to their cultural roots. Season 2 begins December 2nd. See you then. Peddler Journal is a podcast brought to you by the team at Peddler Journal. Find us at peddlerjournal.com and on Instagram @peddlerjournal --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/peddler-journal/support
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    Ep. 6: Dedication, with Hetty McKinnon (Season Finale)

    37:48

    In this season finale, we follow host Hetty McKinnon as she ventures to Chinatown to pick up ingredients to cook an iconic dish from her childhood—e-fu noodles—for the Lunar New Year. While cooking the dish, Hetty reminisces on the memories of growing up in her mother’s kitchen and discovers that she really is her mother’s daughter. Become a supporter of The House Specials: https://anchor.fm/peddler-journal/support Show notes: https://www.peddlerjournal.com/episode-6-season-finale-dedication-with-hetty-mckinnon The print version of this story appears in the limited edition, hand-numbered zine Peddler B-Sides: Vol. 1. Available exclusively at: https://www.peddlerjournal.com/shop/zine-peddler-b-sides-volume-1 The House Specials is a podcast brought to you by Peddler Journal, produced by Shirley Cai, theme music by Scout McKinnon, music in this episode by Blue Dot Sessions (https://www.sessions.blue/), tile artwork by Satsuki Shibuya. If you have a Lunar New Year story to share, send us a voice message at https://anchor.fm/peddler-journal/message --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/peddler-journal/support
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    Ep. 5: Longing, with Ariel Barnes

    22:55

    While wandering through the aisles of a local supermarket, Ariel Barnes revisits her childhood memories of school lunch and the politics of the food we eat as children. She remembers the neatly packed lunches that her mother used to pack her and the loving notes left in her lunchbox. And then she remembers the day these lunches and notes suddenly disappeared. Take a walk with us down memory lane as we explore with Ariel the power of food as an expression of love, loss and longing. Become a supporter of The House Specials: https://anchor.fm/peddler-journal/support Show notes: https://www.peddlerjournal.com/episode-5-longing-ariel-barnes The print version of this story appears in the limited edition, hand-numbered zine Peddler B-Sides: Vol. 1. Available exclusively at: https://www.peddlerjournal.com/shop/zine-peddler-b-sides-volume-1 The House Specials is a podcast brought to you by Peddler Journal, produced by Shirley Cai, theme music by Scout McKinnon, music in this episode by Blue Dot Sessions (https://www.sessions.blue/), tile artwork by Satsuki Shibuya. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/peddler-journal/support
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    Ep. 4: Belonging, with Jeremy Leung and Ryan Wilson

    20:54

    This episode is part 2 of a 2 part series on tomato and egg, a classic homestyle dish that has come to represent so much for children of Chinese immigrants. Modern day nomad, Jeremy Leung, attempts to make his mother’s tomato and egg for the very first time in his life. In doing so, he discovers how her iconic dish has been changed and adapted over the years to create the perfect marriage between East and West. In this episode, we discuss his experience of moving from Hong Kong to Melbourne as a child and explore the triumphs and challenges that come with trying to fit in and remain connected to your cultural heritage after moving to a new country. Become a supporter of The House Specials: https://anchor.fm/peddler-journal/support Show notes: https://www.peddlerjournal.com/episode-4-belonging-with-jeremy-leung-ryan-wilson The House Specials is a podcast brought to you by Peddler Journal, produced by Shirley Cai, theme music by Scout McKinnon, music in this episode by Blue Dot Sessions (https://www.sessions.blue/), tile artwork by Satsuki Shibuya. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/peddler-journal/support

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