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Food for Thought originates in San Diego CA. Host Keith Langhorn talks with restauranteurs, brewers, beekeepers, farmers and fisherman- all the people that are involved in our food chain.

Food for Thought originates in San Diego CA. Host Keith Langhorn talks with restauranteurs, brewers, beekeepers, farmers and fisherman- all the people that are involved in our food chain.
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Food for Thought originates in San Diego CA. Host Keith Langhorn talks with restauranteurs, brewers, beekeepers, farmers and fisherman- all the people that are involved in our food chain.

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English

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Episodes

Jessica Waite- Berry Good Food Foundation

3/19/2019
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In this episode we talk with Jessica Waite, the president of the Berry Good Food Foundation. Jessica is the co-owner of several well-known dining destinations in North County San Diego. She has been passionate about nutrition and healthy lifestyle choices since an early age. Jessica and her partner Davin Waite will soon be opening their newest venture, The Plot. They describe it as being "plant based, with no waste." The Berry Good Food Foundation is a non-profit grassroots...

Duration:00:46:03

Maya Moon Chakra Chocolate Truffles

3/2/2019
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On this episode, we talk with Chef Kathryn Rogers, founder of Maya Moon chakra chocolate truffles. When Kathryn couldn’t find decadent and nourishing treats made with high quality ingredients and zero refined sugars, she began experimenting to make her own. Kathryn has perfected the recipe for these honey-sweetened, all-natural, decadent truffles, while cultivating relationships with organic and fair-trade farmers collectives in Sri Lanka and Peru, and sustainable beekeepers in San...

Duration:00:28:59

Slow Food Urban San Diego

2/1/2019
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We are joined in our studios today by Dan Mueller and Rachel Hommel of Slow Food Urban San Diego, an organization which is part of a worldwide movement working for good, clean, fair food for all. Topics include food justice, food deserts, food swamps, and community activities. http://slowfoodurbansandiego.org Produced at Studio C Creative Sound Recorders in San Diego CA

Duration:00:51:30

CYP Foods Nut Butter

1/15/2019
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In this episode of Food for Thought, we chat with Jacob Stanford, a creative entrepreneur who owns CYP Foods. CYP, by the way, stands for “change your perception,” and he certainly has a wonderful perspective on the creation of unique home made organic gourmet nut butter products. Jacob discusses the process of making his food, as well as the new opportunities created by California’s newly enacted Cottage Food Industry laws, which allow small independent food creators to work from their...

Duration:00:29:33

Hillcrest Farmers Market

12/28/2018
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In this episode, we stroll through San Diego's Hillcrest Farmers Market, and speak with growers and creators of local sustainable food. They are a tight knit community, committed to raising awareness of quality locally grown food. Each has a niche, and the vendors are all part of San Diego's food chain. Guests include Pickle and Brine, Whole Earth Acre, and African Sisters Produce. Enjoy the podcast, and please support the local farming community. You WILL taste a wonderful difference in...

Duration:00:25:10

Tommy Gomes at Catalina Offshore Products- Part 2

11/26/2018
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Our adventures continue with that well known salty sea dog, Tommy "The Fishmonger” Gomes. Tommy is a native San Diegan whose Portuguese family settled here in 1892. Fishing is in his veins. He worked on San Diego’s tuna fishing fleet which gave him a deep knowledge of the industry. Tommy is passionate about seafood, seafood education, sustainable fishing, the quality of our oceans and giving back to others who are less fortunate than him. Catalina Offshore Products is one of San...

Duration:00:29:50

Tommy Gomes at Catalina Offshore Products- Part 1

11/26/2018
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On this episode we set sail for Catalina Offshore Products to interview that well known salty sea dog, Tommy "The Fishmonger” Gomes. Tommy is a native San Diegan whose Portuguese family settled here in 1892. Fishing is in his veins. He worked on San Diego’s tuna fishing fleet which gave him a deep knowledge of the industry. Tommy is passionate about seafood, seafood education, sustainable fishing, the quality of our oceans and giving back to others who are less fortunate than...

Duration:00:29:31

Mindful Eating with Michael Tomkins, MFT

11/20/2018
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We stop in for a visit with our friend Michael Tomkins, a marriage and family therapist, yoga instructor, and spiritual guide, for a chat about mindfulness in eating and in life. We chatted about choosing food, chewing our food, not getting too serious about rules, and how the idea of making conscious decisions about diet also translates to the rest of life. Produced at Studio C Creative Sound Recorders in San Diego CA

Duration:00:42:50

Gluten Free Soul Pilot, Jet Widick

11/7/2018
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In this episode, we chat with Jet Widick, author of the newly released book, "Gluten-Free Soul Pilot," with her collaborating partner Kristen Alden. Jet talks about mindful eating, a gluten free lifestyle, and tasty options that don't have to involve commercial gluten-free products. It can be inexpensive and delicious to eat healthy! Produced at Studio C Creative Sound Recorders in San Diego CA

Duration:00:53:14

Seany's Chefs Fest

10/4/2018
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This episode took my trusty companion Scott Higby (of Studio C Creative Sound Recorders) and me to Liberty Station for Seany's Chefs Fest. This is an exciting culinary competition with 25 of San Diego's local chefs who have donated their time and resources for a wonderful cause. We were happy to partake of many tasty treats! Local legend Tommy "The Fishmonger" Gomes gave a demonstration of breaking down a freshly caught fish. And he discussed sustainability and our local ocean...

Duration:00:28:18

Twiggs Bakery Cafe

9/12/2018
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In this caffeinated episode, Keith chats with Dan Stringfield at Twiggs Bakery Cafe. Produced by Deborah Reeves and Keith Langhorn, at Studio C Creative Sound Recorders in San Diego CA

Duration:00:29:45

The Honest Kitchen

9/12/2018
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In this episode, we explore the food chain of our four legged friends. Our pug-loving host has a chat with Lucy Postens, owner of The Honest Kitchen in Mission Hills. Produced by Deborah Reeves and Keith Langhorn at Studio C Creative Sound Recorders in San Diego CA

Duration:00:29:59

Soltan Banoo

9/12/2018
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In this delicious episode from our archives, Keith sojourns to University Heights, where he talks with owner Sanam Govari, owner of Soltan Banoo, an eclectic Persian restaurant. Produced by Deborah Reeves and Keith Langhorn at Studio C Creative Sound Recorders in San Diego CA

Duration:00:28:51

Circa

9/12/2018
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Keith treks to Adams Avenue, and has a visit with Mike Olmos, owner of Circa, a wonderful destination for "California soul food." Produced by Deborah Reeves and Keith Langhorn at Studio C Creative Sound Recorders in San Diego CA

Duration:00:29:42

Bottlecraft North Park

9/12/2018
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This is the first of our visits to the Food for Thought audio archive, where we offer some of our best previous episodes. In this episode, Keith chats with Gene Fielden of Bottlecraft. Produced by Deborah Reeves and Keith Langhorn, at Studio C Creative Sound Recorders in San Diego CA

Duration:00:27:58

Taste of Denmark

9/11/2018
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Today we visit Taste of Denmark in Hillcrest! Produced at Studio C Creative Sound Recorders in San Diego CA

Duration:00:29:20

Hot or Not Thai

9/11/2018
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In this episode we pop over to Pacific Beach for a visit with the folks at Hot or Not Thai. Produced at Studio C Creative Sound Recorders in San Diego CA

Duration:00:29:59

Daddy’s Hot Dogs

9/11/2018
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We talk with William Schroeder, owner of Daddy’s Hot Dogs, a favorite eatery in Hillcrest. Produced at Studio C Creative Sound Recorders in San Diego CA

Duration:00:29:29

San Diego Seed Company, part 2

9/10/2018
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This is part 2 of our visit to San Diego Seed Company. Owner Brijette is an urban farmer and seed breeder in San Diego. In this episode she shows us the tools of the seed trade, and takes us through the process of refining new varieties of seeds. She also discusses getting her farm certified as organic. Even as a 2 part episode, this could not fit into two 30 minute radio shows. So this episode of the podcast contains over 8 minutes of bonus content. Enjoy! Produced at Studio C Creative...

Duration:00:39:05

San Diego Seed Company, part 1

9/10/2018
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Brijette is an urban farmer and seed breeder in San Diego. Her one acre farm is right under the flight path of San Diego International Airport. She shares her expertise in breeding varieties of seeds that are perfectly suited for the San Diego climate and soil conditions. This was meant to be a 30 minute podcast, but she gave us so much great information that we'll be sharing the rest in the next podcast episode. Enjoy! Produced at Studio C Creative Sound Recorders in San Diego CA

Duration:00:28:29