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Radio Cherry Bombe brings the pages of Cherry Bombe Magazine to life via conversation with some of the most interesting women in the world of food. Join us this season as we broadcast the talks and panels from this year's Cherry Bombe Jubilee conference.

Radio Cherry Bombe brings the pages of Cherry Bombe Magazine to life via conversation with some of the most interesting women in the world of food. Join us this season as we broadcast the talks and panels from this year's Cherry Bombe Jubilee conference.
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Radio Cherry Bombe brings the pages of Cherry Bombe Magazine to life via conversation with some of the most interesting women in the world of food. Join us this season as we broadcast the talks and panels from this year's Cherry Bombe Jubilee conference.

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English


Episodes

Episode 144: Smitten Kitchen Confidential

12/21/2017
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“I really didn’t know how to cook anything,” swears Deb Perelman, founder of the Smitten Kitchen website. The self-taught home cook and photographer explains how she created one of the most popular food blogs around and talks about her new cookbook, Smitten Kitchen Every Day: Triumphant and Unfussy New Favorites. We also chat about her most popular recipes, hummus, monetizing a blog, and her kids. (Her son Jacob makes a guest appearance.) It’s the final show of 2017, so tune in! This...

Duration: 00:38:24


Episode 143: The Harassment Culture and How to Move Forward

12/14/2017
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In response to recent allegations as reported by The New York Times against Ken Friedman and involving our current cover subject, Chef April Bloomfield, we present a special episode dedicated to addressing the issue of sexual harassment and how we can move forward as a community. We talk to chef/restaurateur Preeti Mistry of Navi Kitchen and Juhu Beach Club, restaurateur Martha Hoover of Patachou Inc., and Ovenly CEO Erin Patinkin about the culture at their organizations and the policies...

Duration: 00:36:59


Episode 142: Who Wears the Pants?

12/14/2017
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Maxine Thompson does, that’s for sure. The London-based, Australian-born chef and former fashion executive couldn’t find work pants that were appropriate for women so she created her own. Polka Pants have now become a cult favorite among women in restaurants, kitchens, and beyond and Maxine shares her story, spots and all. Amanda Frederickson, meanwhile, tells how she changed careers, went to culinary school, and wound up in the Williams Sonoma test kitchen. Today, she creates videos and...

Duration: 00:47:04


Episode 141: Life, Loss, and Caramel

12/7/2017
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Lily Diamond had a bohemian upbringing in Maui, thanks in part to her mother, who was an aromatherapist, herbologist, and author. Her mother’s untimely passing led to a spiral of sadness, and Lily channeled her grief into writing and cooking and eventually into her blog, Kale & Caramel. Lily shares her story, her wellness advice, and some wisdom from her new book, Kale & Caramel: Recipes for Body, Heart, and Table. For “The Cookbook Call-In,” we talk to Impatient Foodie blogger and author...

Duration: 00:57:13


Episode 140: Bunnies, Cookies, and Saffron

11/30/2017
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It’s a curious combo, right? It reflects our three distinct guests. Yasmin Khan is the human rights activist turned food writer who is “challenging stereotypes of the Middle East, one pomegranate at a time.” She’s the author of The Saffron Tales and co-host of the online series The Perfect Dish. Diana Yen is the food stylist and founder of The Jewels of New York, the creative studio. She came by to talk holiday entertaining and even brought her famous bunny, Cleo. And for this week’s...

Duration: 00:53:56


Episode 138: Cooking Solo, Cooking Yolo

11/16/2017
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When Sam Davis decided to change careers from cancer researcher to chef, she never looked back. With equal amounts planning and dreaming, she made it happen and today runs her own catering and consulting company, Savor by Sam, and is part of Chef Joseph “JJ” Johnson’s team at the Chefs Club in New York. Our second guest, Tieghan Gerard, launched her popular blog, Half Baked Harvest, when she was a teenager. Tieghan got her start at the age of 15, cooking for her six siblings. Her first...

Duration: 00:52:08


Episode 137: Mom’s Meatballs and Beyond

11/9/2017
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What happens to family recipes if they’re not written down? Anna Francese Gass decided to preserve these treasures by celebrating grandmothers and their culinary creations via her website, Anna’s Heirloom Kitchen. Joining Anna is her sister Luciana Francese DeCrosta, a real estate developer with Acadia Realty Trust, the company behind the DeKalb food hall in Downtown Brooklyn. The sisters talk about their mother’s meatballs, how Anna’s project has become a family affair, and how they keep...

Duration: 00:45:08


Episode 133: How to Eat Like a French Girl

10/12/2017
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Two of our favorite Parisiennes stop by the studio to talk about France, feminism, the environment, and… granola? Agathe Lerolle is the founder of She is French, a line of delicious, nutritious granolas. (She’s also the founder of Sur Mesure Search, a boutique executive search firm focused on the fashion and luxury industries.) She’s joined by her friend, Chloe Vichot, the founder of Ancolie, the environmentally-minded eatery in Greenwich Village in New York City. Everything at Ancolie is...

Duration: 00:47:02


Episode 129: Grace Ramirez

9/14/2017
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Host Kerry Diamond is joined in the studio by Grace Ramirez, the chef, author, and TV personality who has proven time and time again that persistence pays off. When told there wouldn't be interest in a book about Latin food, Grace worked around the system and found a way to La Latina published. She did the same thing to get her TV career off the ground, and she even worked her magic to get into our first-ever Jubilee conference, even though it was sold out. We talk to Grace about her...

Duration: 00:54:50


Episode 120: Anita Shepherd & Yossy Arefi

7/6/2017
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Yossy Arefi is the author of Sweeter off the Vine: Fruit Desserts for Every Season. She is also food photographer, stylist, and the creator of the award-winning blog Apt. 2B Baking Co. We talk to Yossy about the best seasonal fruits for baking, her love of galettes and we have a surprise visit from Sarah Jones, founder of Miss Jones Baking Co. Host Kerry Diamond is also joined by Anita Shepherd of Anita’s Yogurt. Anita was a self-taught pastry chef when she decided to go vegan for health...

Duration: 00:48:25


Episode 59: Avery Ruzicka, Baker/Partner Manresa Bread

1/21/2016
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Avery Ruzicka is the force behind Manresa Bread, the celebrated bakery in Los Gatos, California. She studied politics, international studies, and creative writing at college in North Carolina, but her interest in food led her to culinary school in New York City. She focused on bread baking and after graduation worked with master baker Ben Hershberger at Per Se. She first crossed paths with Manresa Chef David Kinch as a student and eventually made her way out west to work at his celebrated...

Duration: 00:42:42


Episode 58: Mandy Aftel

1/14/2016
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Mandy Aftel is world renowned expert in the natural fragrance field and is the founder of Aftelier Perfumes, a Berkeley-based company. She creates bespoke fragrances for her clients and also has a line of culinary essences and sprays for use in professional and home kitchens. Mandy has written several books on fragrance and co-authored a book of food and fragrance recipes with Chef Daniel Patterson called Aroma. She also has contributed her work and expertise to a number of museum exhibits...

Duration: 00:45:27


Episode 56: Andie Mitchell & Yana Gilbuena

12/10/2015
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Andie Mitchell is the author of the New York Times bestselling memoir, It Was Me All Along, which shares her...

Duration: 00:51:43


Episode 55: Nigella Lawson

11/26/2015
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Nigella Lawson, food enthusiast, television personality, and journalist, is the author of ninebestselling cookbooks (Nigellissima, Nigella Kitchen, Nigella Fresh, Nigella...

Duration: 00:47:53


Episode 54: How To Bake A Pie And Build An Indie Business

11/19/2015
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Emily Elsen was born and raised in the rural farm town of Hecla, South Dakota. Her mother and her mother’s...

Duration: 00:50:35


Episode 53: Madhur Jaffrey

11/12/2015
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Regarded by many as the world authority on Indian food, Madhur Jaffrey is an award-winning actress and bestselling cookbook author....

Duration: 00:49:53


Episode 52: “Burnt” with Dominique Crenn

11/5/2015
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Dominique Crenn was raised in France and trained in top kitchens around the world. She opened her acclaimed restaurant, Atelier...

Duration: 00:48:39


Episode 51: Garance Doré

10/29/2015
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Garance Doré is a photographer, illustrator, author, and founder of the eponymous influential style blog, garancedore.com. Winner of the CFDA...

Duration: 00:41:57


Episode 50: Yotam Ottolenghi, Nopi Restaurant, and Taco Talk

10/22/2015
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Jordana Rothman is the co-­author of the new book Tacos: Recipes + Provocations with Chef Alex Stupak of New York’s...

Duration: 00:53:14


Episode 49: Alice Waters and Fanny Singer

10/15/2015
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Alice Waters is the chef, author, and food activist who founded the legendary Chez Panisse restaurant in Berkeley, California. She...

Duration: 00:42:45

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