Food Without Borders is a show about food, politics, and identity every Wednesday at 5pm EST on Heritage Radio Network

After the presidential election, I was inspired to create a new show that highlights immigrant cuisine and pursues the idea that food can be a powerful tool for affecting people's opinions and understanding of cultures beyond their own. 

You can learn about Food Without Borders online at Heritage Radio Network and listen to archived episodes on Itunes and Stitcher.

 

Before Food Without Borders, I was the co-host of 'The Morning After.' My co-host Jessie Kiefer and I interviewed guests from the food and wine industry and discussed the latest news in the food world. It was a pretty silly show  but we also interviewed a lot of fantastic people who work really hard to be pioneers in their field. You can listen to past episodes anytime at heritageradionetwork.org or download it as a podcast on iTunes and Stitcher or searching for Heritage Radio Network and then The Morning After.

Here are some of my favorite episodes:

Yotam Ottolenghi and Ramael Scully

Anthony Bourdain

Molly On The Range With Molly Yeh

Jonathan Gold

Joshua David Stein

Shit Food Blogger

Ivan Orkin of Ivan Ramen

New York Times Food Section With Melissa Clark and Julia Moskin

Chef Amanda Cohen of Dirt Candy

Gabrielle Hamilton of Prune

Thug Kitchen