On this episode, Lucy Gellman talks to filmmaker Jim O'Connor and chef Ricky Evans about O'Connor's new documentary, Family Meal.
On this episode, host Lucy Gellman sits down with Caseus Fromagerie & Bistro Owner—and resident gourmand—Jason Sobocinski about his plan to close Caseus after 10 years, and reopen it with a new menu, mission, and partnerships in mind.
On this short episode, host Lucy Gellman welcomes herbalist and master garden intern Rachel Heerema to talk about an upcoming colonial herb swap and workshop at the Pardee Morris House.
It’s podcaster to podcaster, with hops and art! On this episode, host Lucy Gellman talks to AJ Keirans, host of the podcast “16 oz Canvas,” about his upcoming exhibition “The Art of Craft Beer” at Kehler Liddell Gallery in Westville. The exhibition runs July 14-29 at 873 Whalley Ave.
Summer meals are back at 79 sites throughout the city! On this episode, host Lucy Gellman talks to NHPS Food Services Director Gail Sherry and United Way of Greater New Haven Director of Impact Jason Martinez about the program, food insecurity in New Haven, and what New Haveners can do to help.
Host Lucy Gellman talks to barista, chef, polyglot and musician Coulter Davis about music, food, New Haven, and his new-old solo act "Clones of Clarence."
On this episode, host Lucy Gellman talks to Atticus Bookstore and Cafe's new head baker, Josh Kanter, about his yeasty journey from New Mexico to New Haven, and is plans for the bakery now that he's in place.
On this episode, host Lucy Gellman talks to Raven Blake and Dishaun Harris (Native Praxis) about the upcoming launch of their new organization, Love Fed New Haven. The three talk about making personal gardens accessible to all New Haveners, the importance of reclaiming one's health, and the social imbalance that comes from well-meaning white people running nonprofits.
On this episode, Lucy Gellman talks to members of the team behind Vagabund Brauerei about an exploding -- and fairly American -- craft beer scene in Berlin, Germany. They talk about what it means to be an American brewer in Germany, what the demand is, what training looks like, and how German beer laws make the whole thing more complicated.
Host Lucy Gellman talks to Alisa Bowens-Mercado about her brand new beer company, Rhythm Brewing Co.
On this short episode, host Lucy Gellman talks to students at New Haven Reads about Dr. Seuss as they gear up to celebrate his birthday.
On this episode, Lucy Gellman talks to Sadilka Lopez, growing entrepreneur with the New Haven Land Trust, about her love for cooking and homegrown sofrito business.
Did you know that the U.S. throws away 40 percent of its food supply each year? Or that that food comes at a cost of $165 million? Or that it could be going to the one in five kids who don't have enough to eat on a daily basis?
Across the country, an organization called Food Rescue U.S. is trying to spread that knowledge—and change that narrative. Each week, it pairs hundreds of donors—institutions, restaurants, and grocery stores that have excess food—with the people and places that need them. On this episode of Kitchen Sync, host Lucy Gellman talks to Lori Martin, New Haven site director for Food Rescue U.S. To find out more about the organization, listen to this episode!
Host Lucy Gellman chats with artist and student Jules Larson about her upcoming exhibition at Koffee? on Audubon, and the wacky and wonderful confluence of food, DIY practice, and painting in her life.
On this episode, Lucy Gellman sits down with Laura Hurwitz, founder of Jake's Mom's Cookies, to talk about what starting a food business means when you've already worked several careers.
On this episode, hosts Lucy Gellman of Kitchen Sync and Tagan Engel of The Table Underground tag team an interview with Ony Oboicha, Caroline Smith and Margaret Lee about a new food entrepreneurship meetup in town.