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Love You A Brunch Foodie Podcast

A podcast for those who love food and entertaining and who'd rather be brunching! Jodi Stapler is an entrepreneur, entertainer, foodie but by no means a Food Expert. Join her for more info on Recipes, Top Restaurants, Chef interviews, Traditions, How- tos, Everything related to eating! LoveYouABrunchpodcast.com
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Nov 27, 2018

Jodi stapler speaks with Lisa Ludwinski of Sister Pie, a bakery in Detroit Michigan as well as cookbook author of the new cookbook, Sister Pie.

Nov 20, 2018

Jodi Stapler interviews Political and Community activist,Karen Washington.

Since 1985 Karen Washington has been a community activist, striving to make the New York City a better place to live. As a community gardener and board member of the New York Botanical Gardens, she worked with Bronx neighborhoods to turn empty lots into community gardens. As an advocate, and former president of the New York City Community Garden Coalition, she stood up and spoke out for garden protection and preservation. As a member of the La Familia Verde Garden Coalition, she helped launched a City Farms Market, bringing fresh vegetables to the community. Karen is a Just Food board member and Just Food Trainer, leading workshops on growing food and food justice across the country. In 2010, she co-founded Black Urban Growers (BUGS), an organization supporting growers in both urban and rural settings. In 2012, Ebony magazine voted her one of their 100 most influential African Americans in the country, and in 2014 she was the recipient of the James Beard Leadership Award. Since retiring from Physical Therapy in 2014, Karen is Co-owner/Farmer at Rise & Root Farm. ~ https://www.biodynamics.com/2016-biodynamic-conference/presenter/karen-washington

Nov 13, 2018

Jodi Stapler interviews Culinary chef and food blogger, Nik Sharma, who documents his love of food on his A Brown Table blog. He combines his Indian and American cultures to make culinary creations. He's also the author behind Season Cookbook and has been a columnist for the San Francisco Chronicle.

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