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Nigerian Food Network

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Nigerian Food Network

Omoruyi Otalor

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The Nigerian food network podcast features exciting interviews with Nigerian food entrepreneurs, chefs, food bloggers, and experts who will bring insight into the world of Nigerian culinary culture. We cover various hot topics of interest including blogging, the chef lifestyle, social media, branding, and marketing amongst other food-related topics. In addition, we discuss self-improvement and development, creativity, food photography, recipe creation, and productivity, to elevate your culin ...
 
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African American Studies at Princeton University

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African American Studies at Princeton University

Department of African American Studies at Princeton University

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The Princeton African American Studies Department is known as a convener of conversations about the political, economic, and cultural forces that shape our understanding of race and racial groups. We invite you to listen as faculty “read” how race and culture are produced globally, look past outcomes to origins, question dominant discourses, and consider evidence instead of myth.
 
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FoodCrush

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FoodCrush

OnMilwaukee

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Get hungry. On the FoodCrush podcast, OnMilwaukee Food & Dining Writer Lori Fredrich and Culture Editor Matt Mueller tackle the ins and outs of dining, food facts, interesting ingredients and myriad topics related to food and beverage. Expect smart talk, lively debate and plenty of fascinating conversations with some of the scene’s most interesting people.
 
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Distinguished Marriages

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Distinguished Marriages

Sabrina, Hima & Winnie

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A podcast by three women where they spill all the tea and crumpets on their interracial marriages. Discussion on daily struggles and successes of marriages and relationships. Your three co-hosts are Hima, Winnie and Sabrina. Hima is Indian and her fiancé is Moroccan and African American. Winnie is African American and Will is Caucasian. Sabrina is Bangladeshi and Brandon is African American. These three ladies speak on all the culture clashes between their blended heritages. Much goes into d ...
 
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African Agenda

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African Agenda

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This is African Agenda, we talk about the issues Africa is prioritizing in its development agenda and how they are taking shape. We examine these issues within the context of open government, open data and sustainable development. African Agenda is produced by the Africa Open Data Network. For more information visit our website. Theme music Burning Van by Big Mean Sound Machine on Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 License
 
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Hashtag

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Hashtag

The Sphere Network, LLC

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Welcome to Hashtag, where we keep you up-to-date on any and everything happening in the social media world. From politics and media to culture and lifestyle, if there's a hashtag associated to it, we're discussing it!
 
'Food for Thought – A Life in Four Courses' is a heritage project that explored and recorded the cultural heritage and traditions of food that mark significant events or ‘rites of passage’ during an individual’s lifetime. The project worked with people from South Asian, Chinese, Nepalese, African/African Caribbean and White Scottish communities, was delivered by MECOPP and funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund. MECOPP stands for Minority Ethnic Carers of People Project and we are a Scottish ch ...
 
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Toasted Sister Podcast

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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.
 
“Alicia Reece Soul Food Podcast Brings the #hotsauce with powerful interviews that bring information, resources, and inspiration from national guests, celebrities sharing their stories and providng “food for the soul” on politics, entertainment, sports, movies, lifestyles, civic engagement, business and more with a call to action. Why Soul Food? - It's authentic, real, historic, and has flavor. Everything Alicia Reece does she puts her “soul” in it. In addition, Alicia Reece has done a Faceb ...
 
Eat the Right Thing, a bi-weekly audio documentary that follows me, Mark Randall 3rd as I try to radically change my eating habits and learn as much as I can about the foods that I eat and why I eat them and how what I regularly eat has been affected by the color of my skin and my heritage. So join me as I visit farms, do a juice cleanse, visiting animal sanctuaries, getting a lesson on the history of African-American diets, trying veganism, and more. So make sure you subscribe on apple podc ...
 
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Peace, Photos & Pizza

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Peace, Photos & Pizza

Naphtali Visser

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This podcast is designed to share some thoughts and practical ideas on how we all can contribute to making the world a more peaceful place -- at work, at home, and in the world at large. Talking about peace can sometimes be heavy or dull, so we'll talk about photography and food -- my two biggest passions -- and loop back around to the peace part.
 
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The Recipe Box

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The Recipe Box

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Since 2007, The Recipe Box show shares light conversation and interviews about food, family, health and community with authors, chefs, educators, business and health experts. We hope you enjoy the programs and value your feedback. Amplify the Good - Promote Your Purpose. Barbara Howard hosts this family-friendly program promoting simple and quick recipes for easy entertaining and inspiration. Follow me on Twitter.com/therecipebox
 
WORK IT MOMMY PODCAST- PODCAST FOR ALL WOMEN! SPECIAL TOPICS FOR MOMS! Hey Girl! Join the tribe! We've got something for everyone! The goal at WORK IT MOMMY PODCAST is to bring young ladies, single women, married women and mom's information that will help them have happier and healthier lives. The goal is to help you to think outside the box regarding everyday aspects of life that all women must navigate.Topics on women's health, entrepreneurship, small business tips, beauty and personal car ...
 
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Whitney Osei-Akintaju was born in Kibi, Ghana, and migrated to the United States with her father when she was six years old. In her sophomore year of high school, she took a web design and multimedia class which sparked her passion for tech. In 2011, she began competing in pageants and was named Miss West Africa USA First Runner-Up. She was also Mi…
 
Today we're speaking with Roland Ennos, author of The Age of Wood: Our Most Useful Material and the Construction of Civilization. As the dominant species on Earth, humans have made astonishing progress since our ancestors came down from the trees. But how did the descendants of small primates manage to walk upright, become top predators, and popula…
 
They say adversity breeds invention. And that was certainly the case for many businesses across the nation as they met the challenges of a worldwide pandemic head on. Among them was Maranta Plant Shop and subsequently Tostada by Maranta, two synergistic concepts which have served not only to meet a demand, but also create community. This week, we’r…
 
Siris King has observed that many people do not try African Foods because of how it looks. Siris explains why that is a mistake and african food is a treasure all people should try.โดย Siris King
 
Christmas at a historic home normally conjures up images of a roaring Victorian fireplace or perhaps even an early 20th century Christmas with tin toys and pleasant smells coming from the kitchen. But, what about the kitschy charm of the 1970s? On this week’s PreserveCast we’re revisiting with James Etherington, the Director of Kiplin Hall – a hist…
 
There’s something about a supper club, from their ubiquitous relish trays to their hearty menus, old fashioned cocktails and gracious hospitality. They're an iconic element in Wisconsin food culture. But where did the idea of a supper club come from? Why did the concept resonate so much in Wisconsin? Which prominent entertainers got their start per…
 
There are many ways to be a historian – and on this week’s PreserveCast we’re exploring the world of historians for hire – contract historians who do work to help organizations, corporations, agencies and law firms dig deep into history when the stakes are high. During his time at History Associates Incorporated, Scott Vierick has traveled from the…
 
TOPIC: What are we doing for Thanksgiving 2021 3 KEY POINTS: 1. What are your most favorite and least favorite Thanksgiving meals? 2. Who has always hosted Thanksgiving in your family growing up? 3. What are you doing this year for Thanksgiving?โดย Sabrina, Hima & Winnie
 
2020 was a year which brought to light many of the serious shortcomings of the food supply chain, both in the U.S. and beyond. Consumers saw it play out in food shortages and price increases. And restaurants – already struggling to make ends meet – are still feeling the blow in terms of product availability and pricing. Among the responses created …
 
Two events in 1921—more than a thousand miles apart—had a profound impact on African American history: the production of the all-Black musical Shuffle Along and the Tulsa race massacre. A century on, an online workshop held at Princeton, Reactivating Memory, sought to explore the relationship between these seemingly disparate events and consider th…
 
On this week’s PreserveCast, we’re heading to the brackish waters of the Chesapeake Bay to talk with Imani Black, founder of Minorities in Aquaculture, a dynamic new organization that is using heritage and history and a host of other innovative tools to develop opportunities for minorities to engage in this growing and sustainable industry. Like ma…
 
TOPIC: How to deal with mental health issues in a marriage 3 KEY POINTS: 1. How does mental health problems affect your relationship? 2. How does your mate handle their stress or anxiety? 3. Have you or your husband slipped into a dark depression and if so, how was it handled?โดย Sabrina, Hima & Winnie
 
Mrs. Ndidi Okonkwo Nwuneli is an expert on social innovation, African agriculture and nutrition, entrepreneurship, and youth development. She has over 25 years of international development experience and is a recognized serial entrepreneur, author, public speaker, and consultant. Through her work in the private, public, and nonprofit sectors, she h…
 
Saving communities and historic places from an increasingly unstable climate takes real action – and thoughtful, well-crafted policy. Maryland State Senator Sarah Elfreth is a national leader on this issue and has helped to craft a new funding source to help communities battle climate change and save historic places. I first met Senator Elfreth out…
 
TOPIC: Sit Down and Q & A with Coreen & Jay 3 KEY POINTS: How long have yall been together? How did yall meet? 1. How do you both feel about interracial dating/marriages? 2. Do yall get weird stares out in public? 3. How did your parents react to your mate being of a black/white race? 4. What is your biggest concern with having a mixed child in the…
 
Award winning International Wine Educator Tuanni Price is on a mission to make the complicated world of wine simple. In fact, that is the motto of her wine lifestyle business, Zuri Wine Tasting. The self-proclaimed wine enthusiast curates’ wine-filled lifestyles from Southern California to the Southern-most part of the globe in Cape Town, South Afr…
 
Blight doesn’t happen by accident. It’s the result of countless decisions, bad policies and disinvestment over decades. Nneka N’namdi is the founder of Fight Blight Baltimore, an economic, environmental, and social justice initiative that is working to address these systemic barriers and challenges to communities in some of the state’s most histori…
 
Everyone loves pizza. But sometimes a concept comes along that changes everything. Few know that better than Dana Spandet, a chef whose drive to create delicious pizza and give diners a new experience during the pandemic, became a conduit for the creation of Flour Girl & Flame, a mobile, wood-fired pizza operation that not only serves exceptional p…
 
TIPS FROM A HOME ORGANIZATION EXPERT TO KEEP YOU HOME CLUTTER FREE. ESPECIALLY FOR SMALL SPACES. https://www.instagram.com/workitmommypodcast/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZCTvs_Zjmtk3OXKbm01T4Q/ https://workitmommy.com/ https://www.facebook.com/Work-it-Mommy-Podcast-101850135000021 https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/defb3b0b-33b6-4160-b000-e62…
 
Zinyusile Khumbula (Zi) was born in Zimbabwe and spent some of his childhood in South Africa. He moved to the United States in September 2009 and been a resident of Harlem since 2014 where he has launched New York’s First Pop Up African Taqueria, Taco Africana. Zi’s daily inspiration is the mission of sharing Ubuntu (humanity to others) through foo…
 
Some holidays are so ingrained into our lives, it’s hard to imagine the time before they existed – but Halloween wasn’t always the holiday we know today. On this year’s PreserveCast Spooktacular we’re talking with Lisa Morton. Morton recently published Trick or Treat: A History of Halloween, a comprehensive history of one of America’s favorite holi…
 
3 KEY POINTS: Would you be with someone who loves you unconditionally but is broke or someone who is rich but cheats on you? Do you have a personal or joint account? Who manages the finances in your relationship?โดย Sabrina, Hima & Winnie
 
In this very special episode, we’re delving into the culinary offerings at the El Dorado Casitas Royale resort in Riviera Maya, Mexico. Guiding us on our journey is Chef Eduardo Barra and Paulina Salazar who handles Midwest sales for the resort. During our chat, we get an overview of the all-inclusive resort, plus insights from Chef Barra on the ex…
 
On this fourth edition of PreserveCast Conversations: The Professor and the Practitioner, a new monthly feature of PreserveCast, co-hosts Nicholas Redding and Dr. Whitney Martinko explore the trends, topics and issues that are making headlines in the world of preservation this month. They’re covering a lot of ground in today’s conversation on prese…
 
3 KEY POINTS: HALLOWEEN-costumes, parties, haunted houses, trick or treat?? Favorite fall activities and a new fall activity you have not done yet Friendsgiving- what do you like to bring to a friendsgiving and what are you looking forward eating to the most?โดย Sabrina, Hima & Winnie
 
Television has played a starring role in advancing culinary culture in the United States. From Food Network shows that have introduced bashful eaters to a world of new, global flavors to culinary competitions which have served as launchpads for chefs’ careers, the rise of food TV has undeniably influenced the role food plays in our everyday lives. …
 
Saving places requires a variety of tools and skillsets – including an understanding of Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act. It sounds dull – but it’s a tool everyone who cares about historic places should know about and get involved in – because it can save places and use the loss of historic resources to fuel preservation elsewh…
 
As the pandemic tide changes, restaurant industry employees are emerging with a new vision for the future of hospitality. Years of stress caused by kitchens ruled by machismo, sexual assault and verbal abuse have brought a new guard to the fore who are challenging the status quo by creating new models for culinary culture. Among them are Katie Gabe…
 
Margaret is the founder of Kahawa 1893 Coffee. She is a third generation coffee farmer from Kenya and grew up on a coffee farm immigrating to the USA. After earning her MBA from Harvard, she went on to work on Wall Street, where she rediscovered her passion for coffee. She founded Kahawa 1893 with a mission to close the gender gap in coffee. In Ken…
 
Connecting people to places is the work of preservationists everywhere – and on this week’s episode we’re talking with the creative minds behind Maryland Road Trips, a new site dedicated to encouraging place-based tourism. It’s a story rooted in Maryland, but one with lessons for preservationists and historians across the globe. PreserveCast is a n…
 
We’ve all made assumptions about large restaurant chains: They care more about profits than people. The quality of their food is low. They don’t engage with the communities in which they operate. But sometimes the values espoused – and enacted – by a large company defy the stereotypes. This week we’re talking to Milwaukee native, Ari Domnitz, about…
 
Abena Offeh-Gyimah is a writer, a researcher, a business owner, and an advocate for an indigenous food sovereignty system. She's worked at Black Creek Community Farm as a coordinator for the youth farming program, with Building Roots as an urban gardener coordinator, with North York Community House as a Strong Neighborhood Coordinator, and currentl…
 
Preservation without funding is just good intentions. That’s why people like Merrill Hoopengardner and her team at the National Trust Community Investment Corporation are so integral to the future of this work. Right now, they’re working on big changes to federal funding for preservation – a timely and critical issue we knew had to be on PreserveCa…
 
IN THIS EPISODE AMANDA NEELY FROM PODCAST https://grandmaswealthwisdom.com/ SHARES WITH US TRIED AND TRUE MONEY MANAGEMENT TIPS FOR BUILDING WEALTH. https://www.instagram.com/workitmommy... https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZCT... https://workitmommy.com/ https://www.facebook.com/Work-it-Momm... https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/def... https://podc…
 
It’s been four years since SA Braai, maker of South African sausages (boerewors) and chutney, faded from the Milwaukee scene. But Wendi Horcos, who started the company with her ex-husband in 2013, is working to bring back the brand’s beloved chutney in collaboration with her son, Liam. On this week’s podcast, we’re talking with Horcos about the dem…
 
This week’s guest is Malicka Anjorin, a Digital Forensic consultant by profession and a content creator by passion. Malicka inspires home cooks to explore West African dishes and learn more about our culture through food through her platform, The Black Gourmet. Find Malicka Anjorin on instagram: @theblvckgourmet and online: www.theblvckgourmet.com …
 
IN THIS EPISODE I REVIEW AMAZON BRAND WALNUTS (HAPPY BELLY), SCOTCH BRIGHT STEEL WOOL POT SCRUBBERS AND AMAZON BRAND SOLIMO TOILET PAPER. https://www.instagram.com/workitmommypodcast/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZCTvs_Zjmtk3OXKbm01T4Q/ https://workitmommy.com/ https://www.facebook.com/Work-it-Mommy-Podcast-101850135000021 https://music.amazon…
 
SINGLE MOM SURVIVAL TIPS, SINGLE MOM ENCOURAGEMENT FOR PARENTING ALL AGES AS SINGLE MOM. PERSONAL EXPRESSIONS FROM A SUCCESSFUL SINGLE MOM. https://www.instagram.com/workitmommy... https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZCT... https://workitmommy.com/ https://www.facebook.com/Work-it-Momm... https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/def... https://podcasts.appl…
 
On this week's episode of PreserveCast, we are excited to be talking with Kara Harris, a blogger, historian and Maryland food lover. Kara Harris is the blogger and historian behind "Old Line Plate," a fantastic Maryland based food history website that I personally love, and something that I knew we had to bring to this week's episode of PreserveCas…
 
Dark kitchens (also called ghost kitchens) have sprung up in droves over the past year or two. But one Chicago-based restaurant was ahead of the game, with their first dark kitchen launching in California in 2017. This week on the FoodCrush podcast, we’re talking with Geoff Alexander, president and CEO of Wow Bao about the swift expansion of the Wo…
 
This week’s guest is Afia Amoako , a PhD student who loves talking about veganism as it relates to my culture. On her platforms, she shares easy vegan recipes that highlight Ghanaian and West African food culture, ingredients and cooking methods. She challenges her audience to think outside the box when it comes to living a vegan lifestyle as it pe…
 
Yep, you guessed it, I connected with Christina on Twitter – where she learned about a historic rehabilitation project Preservation Maryland was undertaking. Since then, I’ve become a huge fan of her work and the way in which she expertly weaves history and food together – two of my biggest passions. For anyone with an appetite, this is the intervi…
 
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Princeton AAS Podcast S2 E04 University Reckonings Over the past decade, historians have probed the relationship between higher education and slavery through innovative public-facing projects that raise important questions. What role have academic institutions played in perpetuating racial inequality? How are scholars and students today working to …
 
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