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Toasted Sister Podcast

Native Voice One - NV1

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Toasted Sister Podcast

Toasted Sister Podcast

Native Voice One - NV1

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Toasted Sister is radio about Native American food because it came a long way. Traditional indigenous foodways were lost, found, redefined and modernized in the last few hundred years. And here it is today, in the hands of Native chefs and foodies who work to keep their traditional flavors and ingredients alive. I'm Andi Murphy and I'm talking to as many Indigenous foodies as I can.

Latest Episodes

E60: Bruce Savage — Spirit Lake Native Farms

In this episode, I visit Spirit Lake Native Farms in Minnesota and one of its owners, Bruce Savage (Fond du Lac Band of Ojibwe), for a tour through the wild rice processing plant. Included in this episode is a short ASMR session that’ll make you tingle. Tour photos are at ToastedSisterPodcast.com Mentioned: Bruce’s email address spiritlakesugar@yahoo.com Natives on a Budget Podcast: http://nativesonabudget.com/

29 MINJAN 13
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E60: Bruce Savage — Spirit Lake Native Farms

E59: Gatherings Cafe — Creator said...

In this special episode I talk with Benjamin Shendo (Cochiti and Jemez Pueblo) and Linus Yellowhorse (Tohono O’odham) from Gatherings Cafe at the Minneapolis American Indian Center. They’re a couple of chill dudes who just fell into the kitchen and turned a job into a passion for feeding Indigenous food to Minneapolis’ Native community. Vote for "Toasted Sister Podcast” in the Innovator category of the Local Hero Awards by Edible New Mexico magazine! https://www.ediblenm.com/local-hero-awards/ "What They Say," new album by CW Ayon: https://cwayon.bandcamp.com/album/what-they-say

41 MIN2019 DEC 16
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E59: Gatherings Cafe — Creator said...

E58: “Bigfoot and Lightning Bug”

In this episode I talk with Donell Barlow (Ottawa) about her new book, “Bigfoot and Lightning Bug,” a children’s book about Bigfoot and the environment. Donell is a chef, certified holistic health coach and the author of “Medicine Tracks: A Memoir.” Mentioned: “Ancestral guided wellness: A way of life for our ancestors, a movement that could heal our bodies and the planet” by Donell Barlow in Indian Country Today Books mentioned: “Indigenous Food Sovereignty in the United States: Restoring Culture Knowledge, Protecting Environments, and Regaining Health” by Devon Mihesuah and Elizabeth Hoover “Fresh Alaska Cookbook” by Rob Kinneen “Inventos Mios” by Rubi Orozco Santos “tawâw” by Shane M. Chartrand “Cooking with the Wolfman: Indigenous Fusion” by David Wolfman and Marlene Finn “The Sioux Chef’s Indigenous Kitchen” by Sean Sherman with Beth Dooley “Imminent Cuisine: Indigenous Food Futurisms” by Toasted Sister Podcast Events mentioned: IndigiPopX Sneak Preview, Saturday, Nov. 9 in Albuquerque “Toasted Sister: A Talk on the Indigenous Food Movement with Andi Murphy of Toasted Sister Podcast” at Virginia Tech on Friday, Nov. 15

23 MIN2019 OCT 25
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E58: “Bigfoot and Lightning Bug”

E57: Alien Weaponry

Alien Weaponry is a three-piece thrash metal band from New Zealand. The band members, Lewis de Jong (Maori), Henry de Jong (Maori) and Bobby Oblak (substitute bassist for Ethan Trembath), join me in the studio to talk about their U.S tour, the Indigenous history and stories in their music and their love for the Navajo Nation. Their big Window Rock, Arizona show is on Wednesday, Oct. 16 at the Navajo Sports Center.

33 MIN2019 OCT 16
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E57: Alien Weaponry

E56: “Imminent Cuisine” the zine

We made a zine about Indigenous food futurisms! It includes 24-pages of all-original work by myself, Monica Braine, junior editor of “Imminent Cuisine,” and seven other Native artists, illustrators, comic book artists, chefs and writers. In this episode, we talk about food in Indigenous futurisms and the work in the zine. Zine contributors: Elizabeth Lapensée (Anishinaabe/Metis/Irish), award-winning designer, writer, artist and researcher who creates and studies Indigenous-led media such as games and comics. Visit elizabethlapensee.com. Donell Barlow (Ottawa), author of “Medicine Tracks- A Memoir” and the children’s book, “Bigfoot and Lightning Bug.” Donell is a certified holistic health coach. Visit donellbarlow.com for recipes and more information. Kayla Shaggy (Diné/Anishinaabe), born in Shiprock, New Mexico, Kayla has been drawing comics since she could hold a pencil. To see more of her art and comics check out her website, kaylashaggy.gallery. Tashia Hart (Anishinaabe), writer, artist and biologist from Red Lake, Minnesota. Learn more about her work at tashiahart.com. Weshoyot Alvitre (Tongva/Schottish), comic book artist and illustrator who has been making comics for over 15 years. Mariah Gladstone (Blackfeet/Cherokee), food activist focused on reteaching traditional foods through modern methods. She is the founder of Indigikitchen, indigikitchen.com. Terry Fisher (Coushatta/Jena Band Choctaw/Alabama-Coushatta), halfway right. Inspired by an Indigenous worldview filled with creeps, monsters, pro wrestlers and degenerates.

44 MIN2019 OCT 5
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E56: “Imminent Cuisine” the zine

E55: Cienan Muir — “Geek out with me”

I spoke to Cienan Muir (Yorta Yorta and Ngarrindjeri) at last year’s Indigenous Comic Con about kangaroo tail and I knew I had to collaborate with him for a future episode about Indigenous food in Australia. Well, this is the episode! While Cienan was in Albuquerque, I lured him into the studio to talk more about Indigenous foods in Australia, Native stories in pop culture and the upcoming Indigenous Comic Con Australia.

35 MIN2019 AUG 29
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E55: Cienan Muir — “Geek out with me”

E54: Germaine Simonson — Bootstrapping a business

Germaine Simonson (Navajo) never operated a cash register before she took over ownership of Rocky Ridge Gas and Market, a grocery store in the middle of rural Navajo Nation, Arizona. This episode is about food entrepreneurship, making future plans and genuinely wanting to provide useful services for the Native community. Included is an interview with Jessica Stago, program director of business incubation for Change Labs. Produced with help from Alisha Murphy, my little sister and doctoral student focused on tribal economic development. More photos at ToastedSisterPodcast.com.

47 MIN2019 AUG 9
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E54: Germaine Simonson — Bootstrapping a business

E53: No Eating Out Challenge with Monica Braine

Do you know how much money you spend on food? If you’re like me, finding out that triple-digit number will make you sick. In this episode, Monica Braine (Natives on a Budget, Native America Calling) and I take a 31 Day No Eating Out Challenge that give us perspective into our spending and eating habits.

65 MIN2019 JUL 15
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E53: No Eating Out Challenge with Monica Braine

E52: Food fight with chef Lawrence Garcia

Chef Lawrence Garcia (Acoma and Navajo), executive chef at Sky City Casino, in New Mexico is skilled at making odd ingredients taste good together, which is a skill he needed for 505 Food Fights, a charitable event that brings together all kinds of chefs from Albuquerque. In this episode, I follow him and Diné chef Josh Nez through the tournament.

24 MIN2019 MAY 8
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E52: Food fight with chef Lawrence Garcia

E51: Native Women’s Business Summit

In this special episode I catch up with some awesome women at the 2nd Native Women’s Business Summit, a powerful event for Native women entrepreneurs to lift each other up, network and encourage business growth in Native America. The women in this episode see the importance of food in business and Native traditions. I speak with: Addie Lucero (Taos) — Dancing Butterfly Naturals Percilla Frizzell (Diné) — Sacred Generations Reyna Benteah (Zuni) — Ts’uyya Farm Kathy Sanchez (San Ildefonso) — Tewa Women United Shayai Lucero (Laguna and Acoma) — Earth and Sky Flora Designs and Gallery

40 MIN2019 APR 8
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E51: Native Women’s Business Summit

Latest Episodes

E60: Bruce Savage — Spirit Lake Native Farms

In this episode, I visit Spirit Lake Native Farms in Minnesota and one of its owners, Bruce Savage (Fond du Lac Band of Ojibwe), for a tour through the wild rice processing plant. Included in this episode is a short ASMR session that’ll make you tingle. Tour photos are at ToastedSisterPodcast.com Mentioned: Bruce’s email address spiritlakesugar@yahoo.com Natives on a Budget Podcast: http://nativesonabudget.com/

29 MINJAN 13
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E60: Bruce Savage — Spirit Lake Native Farms

E59: Gatherings Cafe — Creator said...

In this special episode I talk with Benjamin Shendo (Cochiti and Jemez Pueblo) and Linus Yellowhorse (Tohono O’odham) from Gatherings Cafe at the Minneapolis American Indian Center. They’re a couple of chill dudes who just fell into the kitchen and turned a job into a passion for feeding Indigenous food to Minneapolis’ Native community. Vote for "Toasted Sister Podcast” in the Innovator category of the Local Hero Awards by Edible New Mexico magazine! https://www.ediblenm.com/local-hero-awards/ "What They Say," new album by CW Ayon: https://cwayon.bandcamp.com/album/what-they-say

41 MIN2019 DEC 16
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E59: Gatherings Cafe — Creator said...

E58: “Bigfoot and Lightning Bug”

In this episode I talk with Donell Barlow (Ottawa) about her new book, “Bigfoot and Lightning Bug,” a children’s book about Bigfoot and the environment. Donell is a chef, certified holistic health coach and the author of “Medicine Tracks: A Memoir.” Mentioned: “Ancestral guided wellness: A way of life for our ancestors, a movement that could heal our bodies and the planet” by Donell Barlow in Indian Country Today Books mentioned: “Indigenous Food Sovereignty in the United States: Restoring Culture Knowledge, Protecting Environments, and Regaining Health” by Devon Mihesuah and Elizabeth Hoover “Fresh Alaska Cookbook” by Rob Kinneen “Inventos Mios” by Rubi Orozco Santos “tawâw” by Shane M. Chartrand “Cooking with the Wolfman: Indigenous Fusion” by David Wolfman and Marlene Finn “The Sioux Chef’s Indigenous Kitchen” by Sean Sherman with Beth Dooley “Imminent Cuisine: Indigenous Food Futurisms” by Toasted Sister Podcast Events mentioned: IndigiPopX Sneak Preview, Saturday, Nov. 9 in Albuquerque “Toasted Sister: A Talk on the Indigenous Food Movement with Andi Murphy of Toasted Sister Podcast” at Virginia Tech on Friday, Nov. 15

23 MIN2019 OCT 25
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E58: “Bigfoot and Lightning Bug”

E57: Alien Weaponry

Alien Weaponry is a three-piece thrash metal band from New Zealand. The band members, Lewis de Jong (Maori), Henry de Jong (Maori) and Bobby Oblak (substitute bassist for Ethan Trembath), join me in the studio to talk about their U.S tour, the Indigenous history and stories in their music and their love for the Navajo Nation. Their big Window Rock, Arizona show is on Wednesday, Oct. 16 at the Navajo Sports Center.

33 MIN2019 OCT 16
Comments
E57: Alien Weaponry

E56: “Imminent Cuisine” the zine

We made a zine about Indigenous food futurisms! It includes 24-pages of all-original work by myself, Monica Braine, junior editor of “Imminent Cuisine,” and seven other Native artists, illustrators, comic book artists, chefs and writers. In this episode, we talk about food in Indigenous futurisms and the work in the zine. Zine contributors: Elizabeth Lapensée (Anishinaabe/Metis/Irish), award-winning designer, writer, artist and researcher who creates and studies Indigenous-led media such as games and comics. Visit elizabethlapensee.com. Donell Barlow (Ottawa), author of “Medicine Tracks- A Memoir” and the children’s book, “Bigfoot and Lightning Bug.” Donell is a certified holistic health coach. Visit donellbarlow.com for recipes and more information. Kayla Shaggy (Diné/Anishinaabe), born in Shiprock, New Mexico, Kayla has been drawing comics since she could hold a pencil. To see more of her art and comics check out her website, kaylashaggy.gallery. Tashia Hart (Anishinaabe), writer, artist and biologist from Red Lake, Minnesota. Learn more about her work at tashiahart.com. Weshoyot Alvitre (Tongva/Schottish), comic book artist and illustrator who has been making comics for over 15 years. Mariah Gladstone (Blackfeet/Cherokee), food activist focused on reteaching traditional foods through modern methods. She is the founder of Indigikitchen, indigikitchen.com. Terry Fisher (Coushatta/Jena Band Choctaw/Alabama-Coushatta), halfway right. Inspired by an Indigenous worldview filled with creeps, monsters, pro wrestlers and degenerates.

44 MIN2019 OCT 5
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E56: “Imminent Cuisine” the zine

E55: Cienan Muir — “Geek out with me”

I spoke to Cienan Muir (Yorta Yorta and Ngarrindjeri) at last year’s Indigenous Comic Con about kangaroo tail and I knew I had to collaborate with him for a future episode about Indigenous food in Australia. Well, this is the episode! While Cienan was in Albuquerque, I lured him into the studio to talk more about Indigenous foods in Australia, Native stories in pop culture and the upcoming Indigenous Comic Con Australia.

35 MIN2019 AUG 29
Comments
E55: Cienan Muir — “Geek out with me”

E54: Germaine Simonson — Bootstrapping a business

Germaine Simonson (Navajo) never operated a cash register before she took over ownership of Rocky Ridge Gas and Market, a grocery store in the middle of rural Navajo Nation, Arizona. This episode is about food entrepreneurship, making future plans and genuinely wanting to provide useful services for the Native community. Included is an interview with Jessica Stago, program director of business incubation for Change Labs. Produced with help from Alisha Murphy, my little sister and doctoral student focused on tribal economic development. More photos at ToastedSisterPodcast.com.

47 MIN2019 AUG 9
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E54: Germaine Simonson — Bootstrapping a business

E53: No Eating Out Challenge with Monica Braine

Do you know how much money you spend on food? If you’re like me, finding out that triple-digit number will make you sick. In this episode, Monica Braine (Natives on a Budget, Native America Calling) and I take a 31 Day No Eating Out Challenge that give us perspective into our spending and eating habits.

65 MIN2019 JUL 15
Comments
E53: No Eating Out Challenge with Monica Braine

E52: Food fight with chef Lawrence Garcia

Chef Lawrence Garcia (Acoma and Navajo), executive chef at Sky City Casino, in New Mexico is skilled at making odd ingredients taste good together, which is a skill he needed for 505 Food Fights, a charitable event that brings together all kinds of chefs from Albuquerque. In this episode, I follow him and Diné chef Josh Nez through the tournament.

24 MIN2019 MAY 8
Comments
E52: Food fight with chef Lawrence Garcia

E51: Native Women’s Business Summit

In this special episode I catch up with some awesome women at the 2nd Native Women’s Business Summit, a powerful event for Native women entrepreneurs to lift each other up, network and encourage business growth in Native America. The women in this episode see the importance of food in business and Native traditions. I speak with: Addie Lucero (Taos) — Dancing Butterfly Naturals Percilla Frizzell (Diné) — Sacred Generations Reyna Benteah (Zuni) — Ts’uyya Farm Kathy Sanchez (San Ildefonso) — Tewa Women United Shayai Lucero (Laguna and Acoma) — Earth and Sky Flora Designs and Gallery

40 MIN2019 APR 8
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E51: Native Women’s Business Summit
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