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Hot Grease is a food culture radio show where the American South and your local food intersects. As host, Nicole A. Taylor reminds people what's great about food: reclaiming culinary traditions & celebrations, cooking at home and eating as a political act. Her show highlights the rising leaders in the good food world, from chefs to bloggers to urban gardeners.
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Georgia native Nicole A. Taylor has been an artisan candy maker, an activist, and a social media maven, and is currently the host of Hot Grease, a progressive food culture radio program on Heritage Radio Network. A member of Food Systems Network NYC, Southern Foodways Alliance, NOFA-NY, Flip the Table Youth Council Mentor, and a frequent panelist at New York City food events. Nicole worked as a community outreach consultant for the Brooklyn Food Coalition, raised funds for the Urban Justice Center through the Vendy Awards and now is an instructor for a GED & internship program that weaves in urban farming. She is featured in America I Am: Pass it Down Cookbook and is a principal at NAT Media.
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Noah Arenstein is highlighting Jewish food with sandwiches with Scharf and Zoyer. This week on Hot Grease, Nicole Taylor sits down with Noah to talk about the definition of 'global Jewish sandwiches' and his obsession with burgers. Find out how Scharf and Zoyer differs from other Jewish delicatessen food, and why Noah intends to focus less on meat in his sandwiches. How is Noah adapting Thomas Keller recipes at Smorgasburg? Later, Nicole digs through the Hot Grease vaults and shares an interview with food writer Addie Broyles. Hear Addie and Nicole talk about the importance of supporting women food celebrities, and how one White House cook helped promote civil rights. This program has been sponsored by S. Wallace Edwards & Sons, and music has been provided by The California Honeydrops.
"There's such variety of what you can even call 'Jewish', but a lot of it melds together in a lot of obvious ways." [12:10]
-- Noah Arenstein on Hot Grease
"If we talk about trends all day long, we'll forget where we come from." [31:00]
-- Addie Broyles on Hot Grease…read more