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For one hour, every Monday, HRN studios hosts some of today's most cutting edge musicians and DJs. And while the requisite live radio fare is usually presented as a song here, a DJ set there, hosts Finger on the Pulse also talk food, sustainability, and green issues with their esteemed guests. Snacky Tunes is routinely radio perfection for the music OR food enthusiast.

For one hour, every Monday, HRN studios hosts some of today's most cutting edge musicians and DJs. And while the requisite live radio fare is usually presented as a song here, a DJ set there, hosts Finger on the Pulse also talk food, sustainability, and green issues with their esteemed guests. Snacky Tunes is routinely radio perfection for the music OR food enthusiast.
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Brooklyn, NY

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For one hour, every Monday, HRN studios hosts some of today's most cutting edge musicians and DJs. And while the requisite live radio fare is usually presented as a song here, a DJ set there, hosts Finger on the Pulse also talk food, sustainability, and green issues with their esteemed guests. Snacky Tunes is routinely radio perfection for the music OR food enthusiast.

Twitter:

@snackytunes

Language:

English

Contact:

BOX 198 402 Graham Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11211 (718) 497-2128


Episodes

Episode 372: Baking’s Creative Toolbox and Familial Songs

11/11/2018
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Magnus Nilsson trained in France to be a chef, but grew disillusioned with the professional cooking life and took up oenology instead.

Duration:01:22:19

Episode 371: Live from the EastSide Food Festival with Echo Echo Wines and Neil Frances

11/4/2018
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This special episode is a live recording from the fifth annual EastSide Food Festival in Los Angeles, and is brought to you by the fine folks at Echo Echo Wines. Jeff Bundschu, a sixth generation California vintner whose family-owned Gundlach Bundschu Winery in Sonoma is the driving force behind Echo Echo, joins us onstage along with the band Neil Frances. Marc Gilfry and Jordan Feller met in 2012 while working on other projects and formed Neil Frances five years later after Jordan...

Duration:00:51:22

Episode 371: Live from the EastSide Food Festival with Echo Echo Wines and Neil Frances

11/4/2018
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This special episode is a live recording from the fifth annual EastSide Food Festival in Los Angeles, and is brought to you by the fine folks at Echo Echo Wines. Jeff Bundschu, a sixth generation California vintner whose family-owned Gundlach Bundschu Winery in Sonoma is the driving force behind Echo Echo, joins us onstage along with the band Neil Frances. Marc Gilfry and Jordan Feller met in 2012 while working on other projects and formed Neil Frances five years later after Jordan...

Duration:00:51:22

Episode 370: Rome and Scars

10/28/2018
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Rome’s history spans 28 centuries, and it’s rich with art, politics, religion and civilization. It’s also an incredible place to get something to eat and drink. When you ask around about who to call to help navigate the Eternal City’s gastronomic delights, one name pops up again and again amongst food industry pros: Katie Parla.

Duration:01:16:58

Episode 369: The Sporkful & Bernadette

10/21/2018
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One of our favorite podcasts is Dan Pashman’s James Beard Award-winning show The Sporkful. Dan uses food as the portal to learn more about humanity, and leads thought-provoking discussions about race, culture and body image. He also has wildly entertaining conversations with comics, chefs and TV personalities.

Duration:01:06:46

Episode 369: The Sporkful & Bernadette

10/21/2018
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One of our favorite podcasts is Dan Pashman’s James Beard Award-winning show The Sporkful. Dan uses food as the portal to learn more about humanity, and leads thought-provoking discussions about race, culture and body image. He also has wildly entertaining conversations with comics, chefs and TV personalities.

Duration:01:06:46

Episode 369: The Sporkful & Bernadette

10/21/2018
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One of our favorite podcasts is Dan Pashman’s James Beard Award-winning show The Sporkful. Dan uses food as the portal to learn more about humanity, and leads thought-provoking discussions about race, culture and body image. He also has wildly entertaining conversations with comics, chefs and TV personalities.

Duration:01:06:46

Episode 368: Blue Ribbon heavy metal & Disco Jazz vibes

10/14/2018
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Bruce and Eric Bromberg debuted the now legendary Blue Ribbon Brasserie in 1992 in New York City. The restaurant is acclaimed for its cuisine, and is the de facto hang spot for the city’s hospitality industry pros.

Duration:01:16:16

Episode 368: Blue Ribbon heavy metal & Disco Jazz vibes

10/14/2018
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Bruce and Eric Bromberg debuted the now legendary Blue Ribbon Brasserie in 1992 in New York City. The restaurant is acclaimed for its cuisine, and is the de facto hang spot for the city’s hospitality industry pros.

Duration:01:16:16

Episode 367: SCOBY and Psychadelia

10/7/2018
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Since its launch in 2012, Health-Ade Kombucha has become one the most popular wellness brands in the country. We catch up with Justin Trout, Health-Ade’s co-founder and COO, to learn more about the history of the company--hint: hair loss plays a part--and we also talk about his career as a professional musician. The Pacheco Brothers, David and Rene, get our feet moving with a live in-studio performance at Dangerbird Records. The Pachecos initially emerged East L.A.’s music scene at Thee...

Duration:01:20:11

Episode 366: A Delicious Third Act & California Skate Dreams

9/30/2018
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Michelle Doll was a graphic designer when she decided at the age of 30 to change careers and enrolled at the French Culinary Institute (now the International Culinary Center). For several years, she was a renowned cake designer in New York through her company Michelle Doll Makes; however, her skills extend far beyond cake baking and her true passion is educating the home chef. She now plies her skills as a chef, food writer and culinary teacher, and is the author of Essential Tools, Tips &...

Duration:01:05:34

Episode 366: A Delicious Third Act & California Skate Dreams

9/30/2018
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Michelle Doll was a graphic designer when she decided at the age of 30 to change careers and enrolled at the French Culinary Institute (now the International Culinary Center). For several years, she was a renowned cake designer in New York through her company Michelle Doll Makes; however, her skills extend far beyond cake baking and her true passion is educating the home chef. She now plies her skills as a chef, food writer and culinary teacher, and is the author of Essential Tools, Tips &...

Duration:01:05:34

Episode 365: Secrets in Chinatown & Carrots on the Westside

9/23/2018
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For a guy who didn’t go to culinary school or set out originally to cook professionally, Royce Burke sure has built quite the career as a chef and restaurateur. He’s the culinary genius behind Los Angeles’ inventive late-night concept, Secret Lasagna, and Yarrow Cafe, which is reimagining what vegetarian cooking can be. Royce gives us a rundown of his circuitous path to professional kitchen life, and lets us in on what he’s got coming up next. In 2012, New Jersey’s own Static Jacks joined...

Duration:01:11:02

Episode 364: Secret Apples and Slice Guys

9/16/2018
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Thomas Raquel is the Executive Pastry Chef at New York City’s legendary seafood palace, Le Bernardin. The Los Angeles native entered culinary school at the tender age of 16, and has cut his teeth at some of the best restaurants on the planet including Pierre Hermé Paris and L20. Thomas has been wowing diners with his elegant, and sometimes whimsical dishes such as this apple dessert, which he painstakingly crafted to look just like a shiny red apple, and is filled with layers of apple cake...

Duration:01:11:09

Episode 364: Secret Apples and Slice Guys

9/16/2018
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Thomas Raquel is the Executive Pastry Chef at New York City’s legendary seafood palace, Le Bernardin. The Los Angeles native entered culinary school at the tender age of 16, and has cut his teeth at some of the best restaurants on the planet including Pierre Hermé Paris and L20. Thomas has been wowing diners with his elegant, and sometimes whimsical dishes such as this apple dessert, which he painstakingly crafted to look just like a shiny red apple, and is filled with layers of apple cake...

Duration:01:11:09

Episode 363: Cooking for Cali Girls & Making Amends

8/12/2018
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Self-proclaimed “California Girl,” Gaby Dalkin grew up a picky eater, but learned how to cook in college, became a private chef and is now teaching the masses how to prepare delicious, fresh home-cooked meals via her popular blog and new cookbook, What’s Gaby Cooking: Everyday California Cooking. Gaby gives us a behind-the-scenes look at the world of food blogging, recipe development and cookbook authoring. Brooklyn rock quartet, Active Bird Community, gives us a live performance from...

Duration:01:07:10

Episode 363: Cooking for Cali Girls & Making Amends

8/12/2018
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Self-proclaimed “California Girl,” Gaby Dalkin grew up a picky eater, but learned how to cook in college, became a private chef and is now teaching the masses how to prepare delicious, fresh home-cooked meals via her popular blog and new cookbook, What’s Gaby Cooking: Everyday California Cooking. Gaby gives us a behind-the-scenes look at the world of food blogging, recipe development and cookbook authoring. Brooklyn rock quartet, Active Bird Community, gives us a live performance from their...

Duration:01:07:10

Episode 362: Paprikash and Contemplating the Persona

8/5/2018
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For Chef Jeremy Salamon of The Eddy in the East Village looking back was the best way to move forward. Jeremy’s worked in some of the top restaurants in the city, including Locanda Verde and Buvette, but it’s the lessons he learned from his grandmother that inspires his cooking today. She successfully fled Nazi-occupied Hungary and emigrated to America, and taught him the magic of borscht, paprikash and langos. Jeremy’s menus champion Hungarian cuisine, showcasing his own unique take on...

Duration:01:03:40

Episode 361: 10,000 Covers & Sensitive Feelings

7/31/2018
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We’ve got a pair of talented SoCal natives on this episode. Chef Jason Neroni grew up in Orange County, and began his culinary career as a teenager at the happiest place on Earth: Disneyland. Following his start at Disney’s famed Club 33 restaurant, Jason worked his way through some of the best kitchens in the country, including Le Cirque, Chez Panisse, Blue Hill and Spago. He’s now the owner of the wildly popular and lauded, Rose Cafe in Venice. In a city flocked with transplants and...

Duration:01:19:45

Episode 361: 10,000 Covers & Sensitive Feelings

7/31/2018
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We’ve got a pair of talented SoCal natives on this episode. Chef Jason Neroni grew up in Orange County, and began his culinary career as a teenager at the happiest place on Earth: Disneyland. Following his start at Disney’s famed Club 33 restaurant, Jason worked his way through some of the best kitchens in the country, including Le Cirque, Chez Panisse, Blue Hill and Spago. He’s now the owner of the wildly popular and lauded, Rose Cafe in Venice. In a city flocked with transplants and...

Duration:01:19:45