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The Saxelby Radio Scholars podcast is stories produced by teenagers telling the stories of food in their community. The program is brought to you by the Heritage Radio Network, a nonprofit food radio station. To learn more and donate, visit www.heritageradionetwork.org.

Latest Episodes

Episode 22: Richard Clervil

Having grown up in Brooklyn and Queens, Richard is familiar with people from many different places in the Caribbean – Jamaica, Guyana, Haiti, and St. Lucia. Everyone brings their own food culture, music, and language to the city. Outside of his neighborhood, Richard finds that people often misunderstand and misinterpret Caribbean cuisines. He explores authenticity and respect by talking to his cousin, Nadia Gelin, who went to culinary school in Haiti, and Rochelle Oliver, the founder of IslandandSpice.com. This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council.

-1 s2019 MAY 29
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Episode 22: Richard Clervil

Episode 21: Leilani May

Leilani May manages public relations for Food andamp; Finance High Schools School Grounds Café, so shes curious about the effect that social media can have on a restaurants business. She looks at what can go terribly wrong on social media, and interviews Rose Hewetson of Dig Inn about how to use Instagram as a tool to build community outside the walls of a restaurant. This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council.

-1 s2019 MAY 29
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Episode 21: Leilani May

Episode 20: Joel Samper

Joel is concerned about food waste at his school. In School Grounds Café, where he works each morning, they often have to throw away pastries.Sometimes it’s because of protocol, because products have gone stale, or because they make food just for practice. And it’s not just a problem in the café, there’s also lots of food waste in Food and Finance High Schools cafeteria. After looking at his own habits, however, Joel realized that there are ways that he can help reduce his own food waste. This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council. *Story correction: Kimberly Conchada said that 27 million pounds of food was wasted from households in our country, but it is actually 27 milliontonsof food wasted from households(annually) – Information via ReFED (Rethink Food Waste Through Economics and Data).

-1 s2019 MAY 29
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Episode 20: Joel Samper

Episode 19: Chyna Colon

Chynas dad passed away during her freshman year of high school. It was the hardest time of her life. Looking back, Chyna sees how food memories played a role in her grieving process. While she fondly remembers his pancakes, other members of her family have their own favorite dishes they recall. Chyna speaks to her mother and grandmother about their memories of her dad, and then interviews a grief counselor about the ways food helps us grieve and remember our loved ones. This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council.

-1 s2019 MAY 28
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Episode 19: Chyna Colon

Episode 18: Brenda Torres

En español. Toda su vida, Brenda solo ha conocido la comida mexicana. Le encantaba cómo su abuela hacía sopes pesados y quesadillas grasosas, y sabía cómo pedir soda antes de poder hablar. Ella explora la relación entre los hábitos alimenticios y la salud de su familia. ¿Hay un costo para preservar nuestra cultura alimentaria? This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council.

-1 s2019 MAY 28
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Episode 18: Brenda Torres

Episode 17: Laila Yakubu

What is passion? – Thats the question that Laila sets out to answer through the lens of food. In order to learn about where passion comes from, she talks to her father, whose love of cooking comes straight from the motherland of Ghana and from his own mother. She also interviews her mother, who cooked for her siblings growing up, and who still views cooking as more of a chore. Lailas friends Jahqyad and Victoria also view cooking differently – Jahqyad views it as a passion, whereas Victoria no longer thinks a career in theculinary field is her calling.

-1 s2017 MAY 3
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Episode 17: Laila Yakubu

Episode 16: Nicole Merino

Nicole comes from a family of pastry chefs, and she is an aspiring chef herself. She is also interning at the Food Network, where shes witnessing firsthand howbehind-the-scenes production magic makes cooking shows deceptively glamorous. For her story, she sets out to debunk the myth that being a chef isas easy at it seems on TV.

-1 s2017 MAY 3
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Episode 16: Nicole Merino

Episode 15: Jahqyad Austin

Jahqyad is an aspiring pastry chef at Food andamp; Finance High School. For his story, he explores the question What is a Modern Chef? to learn how chefs are increasingly involved in giving back to their communities.

-1 s2017 MAY 3
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Episode 15: Jahqyad Austin

Episode 14: Nia Hyacinthe

Nias story, Coming to America, is a story about immigrant food through the lens of her own familys experiences. Both Nia and her mother are children of immigrant fathers who grew up in the United States. They discuss how this upbringing gave them the best of both worlds when it came to what they ate. Nia also includes the viewpoints of her classmates at Food andamp; Finance High School who have differing opinions about which is better – the food of their homelands or of the United States.

-1 s2017 MAY 3
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Episode 14: Nia Hyacinthe

Episode 13: Victoria Harvey

Victoria has always been a picky eater. To learn more about what causes food preferences, she talks to her family and friends about their likes and dislikes. She discusses picky eating with her mom, who believes Victorias tastes may change as she gets older.

-1 s2017 MAY 3
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Episode 13: Victoria Harvey

Latest Episodes

Episode 22: Richard Clervil

Having grown up in Brooklyn and Queens, Richard is familiar with people from many different places in the Caribbean – Jamaica, Guyana, Haiti, and St. Lucia. Everyone brings their own food culture, music, and language to the city. Outside of his neighborhood, Richard finds that people often misunderstand and misinterpret Caribbean cuisines. He explores authenticity and respect by talking to his cousin, Nadia Gelin, who went to culinary school in Haiti, and Rochelle Oliver, the founder of IslandandSpice.com. This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council.

-1 s2019 MAY 29
Comments
Episode 22: Richard Clervil

Episode 21: Leilani May

Leilani May manages public relations for Food andamp; Finance High Schools School Grounds Café, so shes curious about the effect that social media can have on a restaurants business. She looks at what can go terribly wrong on social media, and interviews Rose Hewetson of Dig Inn about how to use Instagram as a tool to build community outside the walls of a restaurant. This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council.

-1 s2019 MAY 29
Comments
Episode 21: Leilani May

Episode 20: Joel Samper

Joel is concerned about food waste at his school. In School Grounds Café, where he works each morning, they often have to throw away pastries.Sometimes it’s because of protocol, because products have gone stale, or because they make food just for practice. And it’s not just a problem in the café, there’s also lots of food waste in Food and Finance High Schools cafeteria. After looking at his own habits, however, Joel realized that there are ways that he can help reduce his own food waste. This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council. *Story correction: Kimberly Conchada said that 27 million pounds of food was wasted from households in our country, but it is actually 27 milliontonsof food wasted from households(annually) – Information via ReFED (Rethink Food Waste Through Economics and Data).

-1 s2019 MAY 29
Comments
Episode 20: Joel Samper

Episode 19: Chyna Colon

Chynas dad passed away during her freshman year of high school. It was the hardest time of her life. Looking back, Chyna sees how food memories played a role in her grieving process. While she fondly remembers his pancakes, other members of her family have their own favorite dishes they recall. Chyna speaks to her mother and grandmother about their memories of her dad, and then interviews a grief counselor about the ways food helps us grieve and remember our loved ones. This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council.

-1 s2019 MAY 28
Comments
Episode 19: Chyna Colon

Episode 18: Brenda Torres

En español. Toda su vida, Brenda solo ha conocido la comida mexicana. Le encantaba cómo su abuela hacía sopes pesados y quesadillas grasosas, y sabía cómo pedir soda antes de poder hablar. Ella explora la relación entre los hábitos alimenticios y la salud de su familia. ¿Hay un costo para preservar nuestra cultura alimentaria? This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council.

-1 s2019 MAY 28
Comments
Episode 18: Brenda Torres

Episode 17: Laila Yakubu

What is passion? – Thats the question that Laila sets out to answer through the lens of food. In order to learn about where passion comes from, she talks to her father, whose love of cooking comes straight from the motherland of Ghana and from his own mother. She also interviews her mother, who cooked for her siblings growing up, and who still views cooking as more of a chore. Lailas friends Jahqyad and Victoria also view cooking differently – Jahqyad views it as a passion, whereas Victoria no longer thinks a career in theculinary field is her calling.

-1 s2017 MAY 3
Comments
Episode 17: Laila Yakubu

Episode 16: Nicole Merino

Nicole comes from a family of pastry chefs, and she is an aspiring chef herself. She is also interning at the Food Network, where shes witnessing firsthand howbehind-the-scenes production magic makes cooking shows deceptively glamorous. For her story, she sets out to debunk the myth that being a chef isas easy at it seems on TV.

-1 s2017 MAY 3
Comments
Episode 16: Nicole Merino

Episode 15: Jahqyad Austin

Jahqyad is an aspiring pastry chef at Food andamp; Finance High School. For his story, he explores the question What is a Modern Chef? to learn how chefs are increasingly involved in giving back to their communities.

-1 s2017 MAY 3
Comments
Episode 15: Jahqyad Austin

Episode 14: Nia Hyacinthe

Nias story, Coming to America, is a story about immigrant food through the lens of her own familys experiences. Both Nia and her mother are children of immigrant fathers who grew up in the United States. They discuss how this upbringing gave them the best of both worlds when it came to what they ate. Nia also includes the viewpoints of her classmates at Food andamp; Finance High School who have differing opinions about which is better – the food of their homelands or of the United States.

-1 s2017 MAY 3
Comments
Episode 14: Nia Hyacinthe

Episode 13: Victoria Harvey

Victoria has always been a picky eater. To learn more about what causes food preferences, she talks to her family and friends about their likes and dislikes. She discusses picky eating with her mom, who believes Victorias tastes may change as she gets older.

-1 s2017 MAY 3
Comments
Episode 13: Victoria Harvey
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