Anthony Hodges - Hodges Family Farm [Waterbury, CT] S3 E7
52:37Anthony Hodges is getting the job done and it shows! Hodges Family Farm is the strongly stated progress report of a mastermind. Meet this former soldier turned urban farmer who is not afraid of hard work or sweat equity. Once a forest that was once a farm, Hodges Family Farm, located in Waterbury, CT has taken six acres to the next level with farm animals, vegetable crops, fresh eggs, fresh fruit and fresh air. Take a listen as we attend a city zoning hearing and find out Anthony's "one word!" Contact: Hodges Family Farm - 131 Montoe Rd, Waterbury, CT 06704 | www.hodgesfamilyfarm.llc | Facebook: | Instagram: |
Carmen Romeo - Fascia's Chocolates, Inc. [Waterbury, CT] S3 E6
26:05Carmen Romeo, President of Fascia's Chocolates, Inc. is a proud native of Waterbury, Connecticut. An Engineer turned Chocolatier -- he's at the helm of this flagship family business. Established in 1964, Fascia's Chocolates, Inc. is a Connecticut legacy that is still growing, and continuing to produce high quality, handcrafted, fine chocolates and confections! Attend a class like I did: "The Chocolate Experience" and make your own chocolate bar! It's a delicious destination to add to your trip list and well worth the "sweet" return! And ..they ship nationally! Contact Fascia's https://faschoc.com/ or call (203) 753-0515 located at 44 Chase River Rd, Waterbury, CT 06704 We welcome your feedback and support. Please subscribe, like and rate the podcast to help us grow our listening audience. Contact Chef Tarsha at the podcast by email: [email protected] Thanks for listening!!!
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Gregory Knight - Urban Fresh Gardens [Waterbury, CT] S3 E5
1:03:34Gregory Knight is a proud Jamaican farmer offering a community the gift of education, dedication and food security in his own redevelopment contribution to the small town of Waterbury, Connecticut. In his role as Founder of Urban Fresh Gardens, he is "the man" with the dirt on his hands! Join me for this delightful conversation as we discover what can be done in an urban environment with a little path-finding, perseverance and faith. To contact Greg or Urban Fresh Gardens log on to https://urbanfreshgardens.com or on Instagram @urbanfreshgardens_ufg Connect with Chef Tarsha and the podcast by email to: [email protected] We invite you to subscribe to this podcast and share it with your friends. Help us support our program growth and sustainability.
26th Annual Coushatta PowWow [Kinder, LA] S3 E4
51:06The Coushatta Powwow is one of the largest in North America, and is truly a one-of-a-kind experience. We were there to witness the "Grand Entry," a rhythmic march that opens the competitions, when all of the dancers in full regalia claim the Dancing Ground to the accompaniment of tribal drums and singers. A "Powwow" is a family-friendly event offering a look at the fascinating culture and heritage of Native Americans. Join me on this live adventure and discovery of Native American culture, food and conversation. For more information on the Coushatta Tribal Powwow visit their website: https://www.coushattapowwow.com/ Contact us at the podcast by email: [email protected] Please subscribe and rate this podcast to show your support as we continue to build and archive of flavorful information and support our organization and educational programming at https://www.ecotoneworld.com
Chef Bleu Adams - Navajo "Dine" Nation [Provo, Utah] S3 E3
1:17:11Chef Bleu Adams is a proud member of the Navajo Nation. She is described as an economic scholar and serial entrepreneur who is grounded by her indigenous resilience and dares to raise her voice against social injustice and inequity experienced by tribal nations in the Americas (particularly North America). As Director of Indigehub, she is working to provide multi-layered resources to aid tribal folks in business education, sustainability (both land and food heritage) and teach the next generation to respect our time here and give reflection to what we will leave behind. Make sure you listen for her new tasty creation "Southwestern Deviled Eggs!" There's so much to learn through this window of conversation, sit back and let her transparency plant a seed for change in you! Contact Chef Bleu Adams at www.indigehub.com and on Instagram and Facebook @Indigehub or email: [email protected] Contact us here at the podcast by email: freshandfr[email protected] We'ld love to hear your feedback and gain your support. Subscribe to this podcast and make sure you stay posted for the next great episode!
Jon Renthorpe - Cajun Fire Brewing Co. [New Orleans, LA] S3 E2
1:09:53Jon Renthrope is the brewmaster and founder of Cajun Fire Brewing Co. Cajun Fire Brewing is a family owned and operated craft beer manufacturer based out of New Orleans, and the fifth Black-owned brewing company in the nation. Since inception, Cajun Fire has garnered a communal following for its unique flavor profiles that pay homage to the rich cultural ties of Cajun, Creole, Houma Indian, and the African diaspora, which are found in Acadian region of Southeast Louisiana. For more information on Cajun Fire Brewing Company check the website www.drinkcajunfire.com or @drinkcajunfire on Instagram. Thank you for subscription and support of this podcast. To contact us here at "Freestyle Flavor..." send your email to [email protected]
Chef Nadine Nelson - Global Local Gourmet [Hamden, CT] S3 E1
1:17:49Chef Nadine Nelson is known as the "Green Queen of Cuisines!" Heading up her "roving" community supported kitchen project Global Local Gourmet has taken her pots and chops to places far and beyond. Nadine's multicultural lifestyle and roots fuel her inspiration to teach the appreciation of cooking from scratch; gathering the freshness of the season and celebrating the flavors of the world! Interested in any of her online experiential classes? Check out Chef Nadine's website https://globallocalgourmet.com or on social media. Thanks for your support of this podcast! Be sure to subscribe so that you don't miss an episode. To connect with us at the podcast, send your email to: [email protected]
Margo Gabriel - The Expat Kitchen [Lisbon, Portugal] S2 E5
1:11:45Margo Gabriel is an accomplished Haitian American food writer; author of "The Expat Kitchen" and global digital nomad who dishes on her life in Portugal and the significance of "legacy building" through her work. Download her cookbook and playlist at her site: www.margoscreativelife.com and checkout her Instagram @theexpatkitchen. To contact us at the podcast email: [email protected]
Chef Justice Stewart - Gourmet Deconstructed [Brooklyn, NY] S2 E4
1:30:01Chef Justice Stewart, from school of "hard knocks" to pulling up anchor and "rocking the pots" he's all about moving full steam ahead! Justice Stewart has done it all! Focus and incredible drive has merited this superstar Chef not only with the esteem of his decorated peers but also that of the streets he's championed! Inspiring and real Justice's culinary experience will take you on an adventure not soon forgotten! To connect with Che Justice Stewart on Instagram @chef_justice_stewart or www.gourmetdeconstructed.com | Contact us at the podcast email: [email protected]
Chef Nana-Serwa Mancell - Veghana Life [Dubai, UAE] S2 E3
1:24:55When is the last time you had tasty West African Food wearing an African print Cape? Chef Nana-Serwa Mancell takes us on a journey to live our best "Veghana Life" where, in the middle of the Arabian Desert, you'll find a food culture growing around her Afro Beats and Vegan Ghananian Cuisine! Its the "Veghana Movement" and we are here for it!!! Listen in on how a "posh" British educated Ghananian Lawyer found her way to dancing in the desert serving up pepper sauce, plantains and fonio! Connect with Chef Nana on Instagram @Veghanalife and @Caped_coast. Contact us here at the podcast by email: [email protected] We want your feedback. Help us increase the listernership, by subscribing and sharing the podcast today! And, why not donate to this type of edu-tainment? We'd love that too! "Thanks for listening-- Chef Tarsha