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Jack’s Picks are specially edited down clips from our weekly live programs. Tune in for highlights and special moments in an easy-to-digest format. Whether it’s health effects of MSG or How to Make Yogurt, there’s always something to learn!

Jack’s Picks are specially edited down clips from our weekly live programs. Tune in for highlights and special moments in an easy-to-digest format. Whether it’s health effects of MSG or How to Make Yogurt, there’s always something to learn!
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Brooklyn, NY

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Food

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Jack’s Picks are specially edited down clips from our weekly live programs. Tune in for highlights and special moments in an easy-to-digest format. Whether it’s health effects of MSG or How to Make Yogurt, there’s always something to learn!

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English

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Episodes

HRN on BBQ

5/26/2015
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HRN on BBQ by HeritageRadioNetwork

Duration: 00:04:59


Fine Dining & Music Festivals: Outsanding in the Field @ Coachella 2014

2/17/2015
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Published April 20th, 2014 Running time: 7 Minutes By Jack Insee What happens when fine dining tasting menus are brought to one of America's premiere music festivals? Sensory bliss. Jack Inslee reports from the 2014 Coachella Music Arts Festival in Indio, California.

Duration: 00:05:04


HRN Prime - Episode 59 - 2013 James Beard Foundation Awards

5/5/2014
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Tune in for our coverage of The 2013 James Beard Foundation Awards! Hear from the biggest names in food including Marcus Samuelsson, Danny Bowien, Wylie Dufresne, Jacques Pepin, Michael Anthony Jonathan Sawyer. Produced by Jack Inslee Michael Harlan Turkell for HeritageRadioNetwork.org This program was sponsored by Fairway Market.

Duration: 00:10:58


HRN Prime - Episode 59 - 2013 James Beard Foundation Awards

5/5/2014
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Tune in for our coverage of The 2013 James Beard Foundation Awards! Hear from the biggest names in food including Marcus Samuelsson, Danny Bowien, Wylie Dufresne, Jacques Pepin, Michael Anthony Jonathan Sawyer. Produced by Jack Inslee Michael Harlan Turkell for HeritageRadioNetwork.org This program was sponsored by Fairway Market.

Duration: 00:10:58


Dave Arnold on MSG

12/23/2013
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Duration: 00:02:34


Michael Pollan's Radio Food Rules

12/11/2013
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Michael Pollan's Radio Food Rules by HeritageRadioNetwork

Duration: 00:08:34


Big Freedia Talks Food

9/5/2013
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Duration: 00:02:00


The Batali Brothers Cookbook

6/11/2013
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On The Main Course, Patrick Martins invites one half of the Batali Brothers, Leo, into the studio to talk about his new cookbook, The Batali Brothers Cookbook. Leo and brother Benno wrote the book for their father's 50th birthday, and joining Leo in the studio are mom and dad - Susi Cahn and Mario Batali.

Duration: 00:02:31


Cleveland's Food Revival

5/22/2013
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It used to be known as "the mistake on the lake," but make no mistake about it. Cleveland is back and it is more delicious than ever. On this special program for Heritage Radio Network.Org, Sari Kamin visits downtown Cleveland in person and takes us on a gastronomic tour of some of the city's best restaurants and talks with Cleveland's top chefs about why they've chosen to contribute to the culinary revival of this rust belt city.

Duration: 00:21:01


Breeding Against Dead End Animals: Genetic Integrity in Kansas City

5/17/2013
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Kansas City is currently a hot bed of Heritage farmers connected through local and national restaurants. They are mission driven but also hardened business men. Public conversation is all about free-range, organic, no antibiotics, etc., but that is only part of the story. No one is talking about the genetics of these livestock. We should be talking about where these animals are from, what their lineage is, not just how are they are being raised and treated on the farm. Let's meet the small...

Duration: 00:24:20


Breeding Against Dead End Animals: Genetic Integrity in Kansas City

5/15/2013
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Kansas City is currently a hot bed of Heritage farmers connected through local and national restaurants. They are mission driven but also hardened business men. Public conversation is all about free-range, organic, no antibiotics, etc., but that is only part of the story. No one is talking about the genetics of these livestock. We should be talking about where these animals are from, what their lineage is, not just how are they are being raised and treated on the farm. Let's meet the small...

Duration: 00:24:20


HRN Prime - Episode 59 - 2013 James Beard Foundation Awards

5/7/2013
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Tune in for our coverage of The 2013 James Beard Foundation Awards! Hear from the biggest names in food including Marcus Samuelsson, Danny Bowien, Wylie Dufresne, Jacques Pepin, Michael Anthony & Jonathan Sawyer. Produced by Jack Inslee & Michael Harlan Turkell for HeritageRadioNetwork.org This program was sponsored by Fairway Market.

Duration: 00:10:58


Anastasia's Fridge: Salad Greens

4/24/2013
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VERY BERRY DRESSING This sweet and tangy dressing is perfect for spicy salads like our mix! You can freeze any leftover in ice cube trays and then transfer to Tupperware. Defrost at room temp. FOR THE SALAD: ¼ lb of mesculin mix ¼ lb of arugula or ruby streaks mustards 1 cucumber, thinly sliced FOR THE DRESSING: 1 cup strawberries or raspberries, preferably frozen (If you are using fresh berries, reserve a few as garnish, then bag the remainder and freeze for 20 minutes). 1 cup olive oil ½...

Duration: 00:03:57


HRN Prime - Episode 58 - Berkshire Farm & Table

4/24/2013
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Farm-to-table chefs from the Berkshires and Hudson Valley come together in the kitchen to showcase and celebrate their shared food community. Leah Eden of HeritageRadioNetwork.org attended the first ChefX dinner, a unique culinary exchange that brings chefs and food lovers together from Berkshire County and Hudson Valley. Tune in as Leah speaks with several of the Berkshire-based chefs who made the trek to Hudson to share their regional cuisine and cooking philosophy with Hudson customers....

Duration: 00:13:05


HRN on Mushrooms

4/11/2013
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Mushrooms. They’re spongy, wild, and weird. And they taste great. Heritage RadioNetwork.org has looked at the curious – often offbeat – world of mushrooms a number of times over the years. Contrary to popular belief, mushrooms aren’t plants. They’re the Flowering fruit of fungi, which live underground. At least most of the time…. This is a special feature produced and edited by Adam Warner.

Duration: 00:06:44


Anastasia's Fridge: Dandelion

3/27/2013
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Recipe: Orechiette with Guanciale and Dandelions 1lb good quality orecchiette (I’m partial to De Cecco) Kosher salt 1 tsp olive oil pound guanciale, cut into ” by 1” slices* 2 cloves garlic, chopped 1 tspn chili flake tablespoon unsalted butter 1 large bunch of dandelions, cleaned and chiffonaded 1 Tbspn flat-leaf parsley, chopped grated pecorino cheese Salt and Pepper to taste *Guanciale is cured pork jowl. Often, bacon is subbed for guanciale in Americanized recipes, which is totally...

Duration: 00:04:26


Jack's Picks - Episode 52 - Anastasia's Fridge: Leeks

2/25/2013
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Recipe: Potato Leek Soup 2-3 large leeks 1 Tbsp unsalted butter 1 cup chicken or vegetable stock 1 lb boiling potatoes (the shiny-skinned varieties all work well for boiling) Chives Salt and Pepper to taste Optional: cup heavy cream, truffle oil First, trim off the tough dark green tops of the leeks. Wash well, making sure to get all the grit in between the leek’s leaves, and dice. In a medium, heavy-bottomed stock pot, melt the butter over medium heat. Add the leeks and saut, turning heat...

Duration: 00:03:29

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