Mondays at 3:30PM EST
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.
For more information visit www.foodculturist.com
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.
Heritage Radio Network. All Rights Reserved.
Nicole Taylor digs into vegetables with Deborah Madison on this week's installment of Hot Grease. Deborah recently authored the veggie-focused cookbook Vegetable Literacy, and is here to share some great recipes with Nicole's listeners! Tune in to hear why vegetables are a huge part of every diet, whether or not you are a vegan or vegetarian. Hear about corn's versatility, and how you can incorporate different corn varieties into your kitchen. Later, Nicole and Deborah touch on Southern peas, and how they can add earthy flavors to any meal. Hear about peas' origins in North Africa, and how they are used in many Mediterranean dishes. Peas, peanuts, asparagus, and more- you don't want to miss this week's Hot Grease! Thanks to our sponsor, White Oak Pastures. Music provided by The California Honeydrops.
"We all need vegetables- you don't need to call yourself a vegetarian, or a vegan. Vegetables are part of our world." [2:30]
-- Deborah Madison on Hot Grease…read more