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Food Without Borders

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Food Without Borders
Food Without Borders

Food Without Borders

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Immigrants make our food system vibrant, diverse and delicious. Each week, food writer Sari Kamin will speak to a noteworthy guest about how food helps connect them to their past, ease potential conflict across cultures and strengthen the future. She’ll also explore what it’s really like to be an immigrant in the U.S.A today.

Latest Episodes

Episode 67: Interfaith Meat with Mohammad Modarres

Mohammad Modarres, is a current 2019 TED Resident and the founder of Abe’s Meats (AbesMeats.com). an award-winning social impact organization that has produced the first-ever Interfaith Meat products that are both Halal and Kosher. The product has premiered at “Shabbat Salaam” interfaith dinners around the country—from San Francisco to New York’s Times Square.

43 MINAPR 18
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Episode 67: Interfaith Meat with Mohammad Modarres

Episode 66: Liberation Cuisine with Gabriela Álvarez

Chef Gabriela Alvarez founded Liberation Cuisine in 2014 with the mission to feed movement work. She creates menus inspired by her Caribbean roots and works to support an equitable and healthy food system by sourcing ingredients from local farms owned by queer people of color who pay fair wages.

42 MINAPR 11
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Episode 66: Liberation Cuisine with Gabriela Álvarez

Episode 65: Love, Kindness, and Rice: Pakistani Cuisine and Identity with Fatima Khawaja

Pakistani-American chef Fatima Khawaja grew up in Lahore and moved to the US at 18 yrs old to pursue a culinary career. We talk about the flavors of her home in Lahore, not looking like a “typical” Pakistani, and being a Muslim US citizen under the current administration.

37 MINAPR 4
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Episode 65: Love, Kindness, and Rice: Pakistani Cuisine and Identity with Fatima Khawaja

Episode 64: The Karachi Kitchen with Kausar Ahmed

Kausar Ahmed is a Karachi-born chef, educator, and food stylist whose debut cookbook, The Karachi Kitchen, features recipes from the crossroads of South Asia.

36 MINMAR 28
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Episode 64: The Karachi Kitchen with Kausar Ahmed

Episode 63: Khao'Na Kitchen with Shilpa Nandwani and Cole Carothers

Today we speak with Cole Carothers and Shilpa Nandwani, co-founders of Khao'na Kitchen, a Brooklyn-based worker owned collective run by women and nonbinary QPOC offering wellness coaching, educational workshops & curriculum, and Indian + Filipino catering with a healthy twist.

43 MINMAR 20
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Episode 63: Khao'Na Kitchen with Shilpa Nandwani and Cole Carothers

Episode 62: Cold Brew Tea and Chinese-American Identity with Evy Chen

Evy Chen is founder of Evy Tea, the first cold-brew tea company in the US, and its brick and mortar location, Tea Bar in Boston. Born in Southeast China, Evy's politically-active family instilled in her independece, creativity and a knack for blending flavors, which evolved when she came to the US for college. She talks about the interwovenness of tea in Chinese culture, her shock at trying American iced tea for the first time, scaling a product while staying true to its quality, and unpacking the myth of cultural authenticity.

39 MINMAR 14
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Episode 62: Cold Brew Tea and Chinese-American Identity with Evy Chen

Episode 61: Curry Cravings with Nandita Godbole

Today on Food Without Borders we speak with Indian-American author Nandita Godbole of Curry Cravings whose essays, biographical fiction & upcoming cookbook offer a curious cultural lens + pragmatic approach to cooking.

45 MINMAR 7
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Episode 61: Curry Cravings with Nandita Godbole

Episode 60: Epicurious Safari with Nicky Marcelin

Haiti-born Nicky Marcelin is the chef and founder of Epicurious Safari, a food experience company that curates intimate culinary events rooted in the African Diaspora. Tune in to hear Nicky tell her story of being an immigrant in the food industry.

41 MINFEB 28
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Episode 60: Epicurious Safari with Nicky Marcelin

Episode 59: Chilis on Wheels with Michelle Carrera

Puerto Rican activist Michelle Carrera founded Chilis on Wheels in 2014 when she couldn’t find a soup kitchen in NYC that served vegan meals. The non-profit has grown from her small kitchen to over ten chapters of volunteers across the US, including Puerto Rico and Hawaii, sharing warm meals, clothing, toiletries and workshops with people in need. Michelle talks about making veganism accessible & liberating for everyone, unschooling her son, sharing their home with two chickens, doing food relief work after Hurricane Maria, and founding Casa Vegana de la Comunidad, a vegan community center and microsanctuary in San Juan.

41 MINFEB 21
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Episode 59: Chilis on Wheels with Michelle Carrera

Episode 58: Veggie Mijas with Amy Quichiz

Born and raised in NYC, Amy Quichiz is the founder of Veggie Mijas, a national collective for women and non-binary people of color that's rooted in the intersection of race, gender identity, class, sexuality and veganism. Amy talks about the pervasive whiteness in mainstream feminism & veganism, making her family's Peruvian & Colombian dishes plant-based, and building community based on radical liberation for all.

40 MINFEB 14
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Episode 58: Veggie Mijas with Amy Quichiz

Latest Episodes

Episode 67: Interfaith Meat with Mohammad Modarres

Mohammad Modarres, is a current 2019 TED Resident and the founder of Abe’s Meats (AbesMeats.com). an award-winning social impact organization that has produced the first-ever Interfaith Meat products that are both Halal and Kosher. The product has premiered at “Shabbat Salaam” interfaith dinners around the country—from San Francisco to New York’s Times Square.

43 MINAPR 18
Comments
Episode 67: Interfaith Meat with Mohammad Modarres

Episode 66: Liberation Cuisine with Gabriela Álvarez

Chef Gabriela Alvarez founded Liberation Cuisine in 2014 with the mission to feed movement work. She creates menus inspired by her Caribbean roots and works to support an equitable and healthy food system by sourcing ingredients from local farms owned by queer people of color who pay fair wages.

42 MINAPR 11
Comments
Episode 66: Liberation Cuisine with Gabriela Álvarez

Episode 65: Love, Kindness, and Rice: Pakistani Cuisine and Identity with Fatima Khawaja

Pakistani-American chef Fatima Khawaja grew up in Lahore and moved to the US at 18 yrs old to pursue a culinary career. We talk about the flavors of her home in Lahore, not looking like a “typical” Pakistani, and being a Muslim US citizen under the current administration.

37 MINAPR 4
Comments
Episode 65: Love, Kindness, and Rice: Pakistani Cuisine and Identity with Fatima Khawaja

Episode 64: The Karachi Kitchen with Kausar Ahmed

Kausar Ahmed is a Karachi-born chef, educator, and food stylist whose debut cookbook, The Karachi Kitchen, features recipes from the crossroads of South Asia.

36 MINMAR 28
Comments
Episode 64: The Karachi Kitchen with Kausar Ahmed

Episode 63: Khao'Na Kitchen with Shilpa Nandwani and Cole Carothers

Today we speak with Cole Carothers and Shilpa Nandwani, co-founders of Khao'na Kitchen, a Brooklyn-based worker owned collective run by women and nonbinary QPOC offering wellness coaching, educational workshops & curriculum, and Indian + Filipino catering with a healthy twist.

43 MINMAR 20
Comments
Episode 63: Khao'Na Kitchen with Shilpa Nandwani and Cole Carothers

Episode 62: Cold Brew Tea and Chinese-American Identity with Evy Chen

Evy Chen is founder of Evy Tea, the first cold-brew tea company in the US, and its brick and mortar location, Tea Bar in Boston. Born in Southeast China, Evy's politically-active family instilled in her independece, creativity and a knack for blending flavors, which evolved when she came to the US for college. She talks about the interwovenness of tea in Chinese culture, her shock at trying American iced tea for the first time, scaling a product while staying true to its quality, and unpacking the myth of cultural authenticity.

39 MINMAR 14
Comments
Episode 62: Cold Brew Tea and Chinese-American Identity with Evy Chen

Episode 61: Curry Cravings with Nandita Godbole

Today on Food Without Borders we speak with Indian-American author Nandita Godbole of Curry Cravings whose essays, biographical fiction & upcoming cookbook offer a curious cultural lens + pragmatic approach to cooking.

45 MINMAR 7
Comments
Episode 61: Curry Cravings with Nandita Godbole

Episode 60: Epicurious Safari with Nicky Marcelin

Haiti-born Nicky Marcelin is the chef and founder of Epicurious Safari, a food experience company that curates intimate culinary events rooted in the African Diaspora. Tune in to hear Nicky tell her story of being an immigrant in the food industry.

41 MINFEB 28
Comments
Episode 60: Epicurious Safari with Nicky Marcelin

Episode 59: Chilis on Wheels with Michelle Carrera

Puerto Rican activist Michelle Carrera founded Chilis on Wheels in 2014 when she couldn’t find a soup kitchen in NYC that served vegan meals. The non-profit has grown from her small kitchen to over ten chapters of volunteers across the US, including Puerto Rico and Hawaii, sharing warm meals, clothing, toiletries and workshops with people in need. Michelle talks about making veganism accessible & liberating for everyone, unschooling her son, sharing their home with two chickens, doing food relief work after Hurricane Maria, and founding Casa Vegana de la Comunidad, a vegan community center and microsanctuary in San Juan.

41 MINFEB 21
Comments
Episode 59: Chilis on Wheels with Michelle Carrera

Episode 58: Veggie Mijas with Amy Quichiz

Born and raised in NYC, Amy Quichiz is the founder of Veggie Mijas, a national collective for women and non-binary people of color that's rooted in the intersection of race, gender identity, class, sexuality and veganism. Amy talks about the pervasive whiteness in mainstream feminism & veganism, making her family's Peruvian & Colombian dishes plant-based, and building community based on radical liberation for all.

40 MINFEB 14
Comments
Episode 58: Veggie Mijas with Amy Quichiz