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The Lāna‘i Culture & Heritage Center in Lāna‘i City was established in 2007, and is a federally recognized 501c3 non-profit charitable organization. Our programs seek to inspire people to be informed, thoughtful and active stewards of Lāna‘i's legacy landscape by preserving, interpreting and celebrating its natural history, Hawaiian traditions, diverse heritage and cultures, and ranching and plantation era histories.
 
Meant to be Eaten looks at cross-cultural exchange in food and contemporary media. What determines “authenticity”? What, if anything, gets lost in translation when cooking foods from another’s culture? First-generation Chinese host, Coral Lee, looks at how American culture figures forth in less-than mainstream ways, in less-than expected places.
 
Culture Night is an annual all-island public event that celebrates culture, creativity and the arts. Produced in association with The Podcast Studios (https://thepodcaststudios.ie) and supported by the Arts Council, the Culture Night Podcast delves into different facets of culture and the arts, with some leading thinkers, doers and makers exploring the ways in which our cultural heritage enhances our experiences. culturenight.ie (https://culturenight.ie/)
 
Best Cultural Destinations presents People Are Culture, an interview series celebrates our unique differences and shared human condition, and presents stories of how culture is created, preserved and shared. Through hour-long conversations hosted by BCD Founder & Editor Meg Pier, you'll meet indigenous artisans, pioneering activists and innovators, dedicated preservationists, spiritual seekers, global visionaries and a host of others, who each relate their inspiration, process, techniques, a ...
 
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This episode is part of a special series in collaboration with Gastronomica: The Journal for Food Studies, guest hosted by Gastronomica editorial collective member Daniel Bender. John Broadway problematizes how a global restaurant ranking system produced an irony in haute cuisine in the years prior to the pandemic: elite, hypermobile customers trav…
 
In this episode, we sit down with Mo Kheir - a brilliant comedian and multi-talented creative. From comedy, music, and writing, to brand strategy and talent development, Mo’s story is absolutely incredible. H shares impactful moments from his life, like how one guest speaker in architecture school shifted the course of his life. He also talks about…
 
This episode is part of a special series in collaboration with Gastronomica: The Journal for Food Studies , guest hosted by Gastronomica editorial collective member Lisa Haushofer. Adrienne Bitar investigates the many miracle food cures for COVID-19 that continue to circulate on social media, drawing from her piece that appears in the current issue…
 
This episode is part of a special series in collaboration with Gastronomica: The Journal for Food Studies, guest hosted by Gastronomica editorial collective member Melissa Fuster. John Gifford discusses salmon and sustainability, drawing from his piece that appears in the current issue’s section on “Working with Ingredients.” Taking us to the water…
 
This episode is part of a special series in collaboration with Gastronomica: The Journal for Food Studies, guest hosted by Gastronomica editorial collective member Jaclyn Rohel. Amy Bentley and Stephanie Borkowsky discuss The Food and COVID-19 NYC Archive, which documents the ongoing changes to New York City's food system during the pandemic. Their…
 
This episode is part of a special series in collaboration with Gastronomica: The Journal for Food Studies, guest hosted by Gastronomica editorial collective member Krishnendu Ray. Kyoungjin Bae, as part of a Gastronomica round table on Taste and Technology in East Asia, explores the production and consumption of soy sauce in Korea from the 18th to …
 
This episode is part of a special series in collaboration with Gastronomica: The Journal for Food Studies https://online.ucpress.edu/gastronomica. This episode offers new understandings of the food desert. In the case of Mexican Chicago, the imageries of food desert is inadequate. Drawing on unique ethnographic work — interviews with ordinary Chica…
 
This episode is part of a special series in collaboration with Gastronomica: The Journal for Food Studies https://online.ucpress.edu/gastronomica, whose recent issue is entirely devoted to COVID Dispatches—in it, authors from around the world offer short, intimate portraits of early responses to the food crises of this pandemic, and hosts from the …
 
This episode is part of a special series in collaboration with Gastronomica: The Journal for Food Studies https://online.ucpress.edu/gastronomica, whose recent issue is entirely devoted to COVID Dispatches—in it, authors from around the world offer short, intimate portraits of early responses to the food crises of this pandemic, and hosts from the …
 
Lisa Marie Griffith is a historian and writer who has run an Independent Bookshop Tour in Dublin for the last couple of years. This year she’s broadening her horizons and talking to booksellers from all over Ireland to hear the story behind some of the oldest and quirkiest independent bookshops on the island. Booksellers discuss the history of thei…
 
Lisa Marie Griffith is a historian and writer who has run an Independent Bookshop Tour in Dublin for the last couple of years. This year she’s broadening her horizons and talking to booksellers from all over Ireland to hear the story behind some of the oldest and quirkiest independent bookshops on the island. Booksellers discuss the history of thei…
 
In December 1892, the City Fruit and Vegetable Market formally opened its doors to Dubliners. Now, as the distinctive red and yellow brick building awaits a new lease of life, this audio tour will trace its inception, design and building through the closing decades of the nineteenth century. From site selection to opening ceremony, Dublin brick to …
 
In this episode, we speak with Maysoon Zayid - a renowned comedian, actress, and writer who has dedicated her life to the fight for disability rights and inclusion. Maysoon’s TED Talk, “I Got 99 Problems, Palsy is Just One” is one of the most viewed TED Talks of all-time. She’s tap-danced on Broadway, written a best-selling memoir called ‘Find Anot…
 
This episode is part of a special series in collaboration with Gastronomica: The Journal for Food Studies https://online.ucpress.edu/gastronomica, whose forthcoming issue is entirely devoted to COVID Dispatches—in it, authors from around the world offer short, intimate portraits of early responses to the food crises of this pandemic, and hosts from…
 
Aoife Barry and Lauren Murphy from 'Get Around To It' look ahead to Culture Night / Oíche Chultúir 2020, previewing some of the online and offline events and speaking to artists Aoife Dunne and Michael Gallen, Culture Night Coordinator Aimée van Wylick and David Francis Moore of VISUAL Carlow. See culturenight.ie for bookings and all the latest eve…
 
This episode is part of a special series in collaboration with Gastronomica: The Journal for Food Studies https://online.ucpress.edu/gastronomica, whose forthcoming issue is entirely devoted to COVID Dispatches—in it, authors from around the world offer short, intimate portraits of early responses to the food crises of this pandemic, and hosts from…
 
This episode is part of a special series in collaboration with Gastronomica: The Journal for Food Studies https://online.ucpress.edu/gastronomica, whose forthcoming issue is entirely devoted to COVID Dispatches—in it, authors from around the world offer short, intimate portraits of early responses to the food crises of this pandemic, and hosts from…
 
This episode is part of a special series in collaboration with Gastronomica: The Journal for Food Studies https://online.ucpress.edu/gastronomica, whose forthcoming issue is entirely devoted to COVID Dispatches—in it, authors from around the world offer short, intimate portraits of early responses to the food crises of this pandemic, and hosts from…
 
This episode is part of a special series in collaboration with Gastronomica: The Journal for Food Studies, whose forthcoming issue is entirely devoted to COVID Dispatches—in it, authors from around the world offer short, intimate portraits of early responses to the food crises of this pandemic, and hosts from the journal’s editorial collective will…
 
A conversation with Alicia Kennedy. Alicia Kennedy wears many hats. A food and drink writer from Long Island—now based in San Juan, where she’s covering the local culinary scene—Alicia’s written for NYLON, The New Republic, Time, and the Village Voice, to name just a few. She also hosts Meatless, a podcast on meat consumption and culture, and curre…
 
A conversation with Donna Kilpatrick and William Matovu. Heifer International works all over the world to use agriculture as a path out of poverty. Under its umbrella is Heifer Ranch, a regenerative, organic and humane ranch, run by 3 women, in Little Rock, Arkansas. Donna Kilpatrick—who oversees operations of Heifer Ranch—and William Matovu—who ov…
 
A conversation with Andrew Genung. Andrew Genung is a Hong-Kong based writer and regular contributor to Eater. He also writes a twice-weekly newsletter, Family Meal, that covers the goings-on in and around the food/media world. Photo Courtesy of Andrew Genung. Meant To Be Eaten is powered by Simplecast.…
 
A conversation with Esther Kim. Esther Kim is a writer and editor of the Asian American Writers' Workshop's Transpacific Literary Project. We discuss the stickiness of the "Asian-American" genre, Eddie Huang and appropriation, how a fistful of rice created a democracy, and our duties as Asian-American writers. Michael Pollan, The Sickness in Our Fo…
 
A conversation with Lori Flores. Stony Brook University associate professor history Lori Flores's research and writing focuses on Latino life, labor, and politics in the United States from the post-WWII era to the present day. We discuss farmworkers' rights amid (and beyond) the pandemic. Link to the Food52 story we discuss here. United Farm Worker…
 
Conversations with Malcolm Harris and Julia Bainbridge. This episode, we’re talking about loneliness—versus solitude, versus self-isolation. My first guest, author, editor, and critic Malcolm Harris and I discuss what it’s like to be young in America today: how obsession with productiveness and our human capital, has us feeling perpetually burnt ou…
 
This episode of Meant to be Eaten was produced in collaboration with Gastronomica Journal. Melissa Fuster, from Gastronomica: The Journal for Food Studies, is in for Coral Lee. A conversation with Chhaya Kolavalli. The local food movement has been criticized for its overwhelming whiteness. How has the movement responded to these critiques? And what…
 
In this episode, we speak with Camille Tanoh - also known as The Proper Kid™. Camille is a Parisian-born, New York-based fashion designer who runs a sustainable clothing brand called The Proper Label. Tanoh’s minimalist design and creative marketing has caught the eyes of thousands of fans around the world, including the likes of yes - the Kardashi…
 
This episode of Meant to be Eaten was produced in collaboration with Gastronomica Journal. Melissa Fuster, from Gastronomica: The Journal for Food Studies, is in for Coral Lee. A conversation with Eric C. Rath. Many of us know about sushi, but have you heard of funazushi? Historian Eric C. Rath shares his tasting notes from trying Japan’s most anci…
 
This episode of Meant to be Eaten was produced in collaboration with Gastronomica Journal. Melissa Fuster, from Gastronomica: The Journal for Food Studies, is in for Coral Lee. A conversation with Azri Amram. Can food serve as a tool to build bridges in times of conflict? Azri Amram takes us to the Palestinian town on Kafr Qasim, the site of a mass…
 
This episode of Meant to be Eaten was produced in collaboration with Gastronomica Journal. Bob Valgenti, from Gastronomica: The Journal for Food Studies, is in for Coral Lee. A conversation with Rose Wellman. Jello is a beloved dessert and also an unexpected source of religious debate. Anthropologist Rose Wellman shares the fruits of her field work…
 
On today’s show, we sit down with Daisy Auger-Dominguez, a Diversity and Inclusion Strategist who works to inspire and equip global organizations to think inclusively. Daisy's done some incredible work in the D&I space as an executive for companies such as Disney, Google, and Viacom. She recently launched her own consultancy called Auger-Dominguez …
 
This episode of Meant to be Eaten was produced in collaboration with Gastronomica Journal. Bob Valgenti, from Gastronomica: The Journal for Food Studies, is in for Coral Lee. A conversation with Krishnendu Ray. Street Food—emphasis on street, that “dwelling place of the collective” and site of liveliness. Sociologist Krishnendu Ray returns to the p…
 
This episode of Meant to be Eaten was produced in collaboration with Gastronomica Journal. Bob Valgenti, from Gastronomica: The Journal for Food Studies, is in for Coral Lee. A conversation with Laurie Bertram. What motivates the passionate defense of a recipe? Historian Laurie Bertram expands on her recent Gastronomica article dedicated to the cur…
 
A conversation with Rebecca de Souza. Do food pantries completely miss the point? Rebecca de Souza thinks they might. In “Feeding the Other,” Rebecca demonstrates how “food pantries stigmatize their clients through a discourse that emphasizes hard work, self help, and economic productivity rather than food justice and equity.” We discuss the power …
 
After a decade of building up sustainable farming, ethical trade, and community development in Africa, Jeff Abella—and his partner, Ishan—founded MOKA farms in Cameroon, and thusly— MOKA Origins, a bean-to-bar/bag chocolate and coffee that inspires "real social change". Jeff is here to explain—well, first and foremost, what “bean-to-bar” is, the ch…
 
A conversation with Carol Pak. Carol Pak is the founder of Makku, America's first canned craft makgeolli company. We discuss why she markets Makku as she does (the can reads "rice beer"), and whether craft-beverage-crazed America s ready for makgeolli (as more than just a novelty "Asian" beverage). Meant To Be Eaten is powered by Simplecast.…
 
A conversation with Amy Trubek. Amy Trubek's research interests include the history of the culinary profession, globalization of the food supply, the relationship between taste and place, and cooking as a cultural practice. We discuss the sustainability of restaurant culture and work. She is an Associate Professor in the Department of Nutrition and…
 
If you haven’t had the chance to listen to part one of this interview, tune into that first so you’ll be able to follow along for this one. In this episode, Rog and Bee share some vulnerable moments in their lives - beginning with their struggle to find comfort as creative professionals in the corporate world. Bee also tells us about how photograph…
 
In this episode, the first of a two-part series, we sit down with Rog and Bee Walker, photographers and founders of the visual research project called Paper Monday. Rog and Bee might be the coolest couple on the planet and they’ve already achieved so much both as individuals and as a creative duo.They’ve photographed magazine covers for the likes o…
 
A conversation with Daniel Bender. We’re all very concerned with saving food–from preservation to curation to nostalgia to archiving to salvation– but Daniel Bender, an editor of leading food studies journal, Gastronomica, and history professor at the University of Toronto Scarborough—took a step back to ask, “what exactly are we saving food from?”…
 
A conversation with Amanda Hesser. Amanda Hesser is CEO and co-founder of food, home, and lifestyle brand, Food52. Now in its 10th year, Food52 has evolved wildly from the recipe-sharing site it used to solely be, and recently closed a very large funding round (which we’ll get to in a bit). Amanda and I will be picking up where UK food writer Sybil…
 
On today’s show, we sit down with Ani Sanyal, a mission-driven entrepreneur, real estate investor, and marketing specialist based in New York City. I first discovered Ani’s story after hearing about Kolkata Chai Company, a cafe that he opened with his brother Ayan just a few months ago. Already attracting attention from the likes of Questlove, Hass…
 
A conversation with Sybil Kapoor. UK food writer Sybil Kapoor’s recently released book, “Sight Smell Touch Taste Sound”, builds on “Taste”, published 16 years ago. In both, she presents cooking as a sensory practice, one that does not require great skill, knowledge, or willingness to follow a recipe...Only a willingness to engage and think critical…
 
A conversation with Mukta Das. Following her studies of both Chinese and Indian history at SOAS, Mukta Das’s research interests have continued to exist at this intersection of South and East Asian cuisine and culture. Mukta has been following a group of South Asians who have adopted Cantonese cities and culinary identities– and we’re here to talk a…
 
A conversation with Kristin and Mark Kimball. Kristin and Mark Kimball are the owners of Essex Farm. Located in Essex, NY, the farm offers members unlimited access to produce, meat, dairy, eggs, and dried goods year-round. We’ll be discussing the realities of running the world’s first full-diet, free-choice CSA, Kristin’s latest memoir, Good Husban…
 
Korsha Wilson is a food writer, culinary school grad, and host of Heritage Radio Network’s “A Hungry Society”– a podcast dedicated to creating a more inclusive food world. We’ll be discussing an essay she wrote for Eater earlier this year, "A Critic for All Seasons", in which she explores what would restaurant criticism look like if it represented …
 
Robin Sloan is concerned with the intersection of media and technology. His first novel, Mr. Penumbra’s 24-Hour Bookstore, was a New York Times Best Seller, translated into more than twenty languages. George Saunders called the book “a tour-de-force” and Robin kindly requests that no one say anything else about any of his writing, ever. We discuss …
 
Jen Monroe returns to the show to discuss her recent dinner series concerning bees. We discuss a brief history of colony collapse disorder, pollinator health 101, the effects of monoculture farming, why we should care, and if/how we can actually save bees with food and art. Image courtesy of Ola Ola Studio. Meant To Be Eaten is powered by Simplecas…
 
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