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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.
 
ITS ALL ABOUT MUSIC - IA AM Music Network is all about the sounds, sights , feels & flavors of music.. offering music based programming & content in podcasts, LIVE radio, visual programming, blogs and Original music & Interviews with Independent artists PODCASTS - RMNSC /RWND Radio Show/ Podcast/ Playlist - Old school music vibes at its finest.. Spinning the Throwbacks that SLAP!! R&B/ Hip Hop/ Jazz/ etc.. BROADCAST LIVE SAT. 12noon - 2pm www.crbradio.com (Studio 2) MORNING TOAST RADIO - Rad ...
 
The Story Pirates believe that kids are creative geniuses. All of them. The Story Pirates are a nationally renowned group of top comedians, musicians, best-selling authors, and incredible teachers with fifteen years of experience creating content that celebrates the imaginations of kids. Winner of both the 2020 iHeartRadio Award and the Webby Award for Best Kids and Family Podcast, The Story Pirates Podcast is one of the top kids and family podcasts in the world. The Pirates have released th ...
 
Having A Night is a podcast dedicated to reviving the lost art of the dinner party. Sophie von Haselberg and Ariana Venturi are obsessed with both the micro and the macro of the all-important question: how to throw the absolute, supreme, no holds barred, remember-it-forever-unless-you-were-too-drunk dinner party.
 
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Today’s special guest is Keith Rolle, founder and winemaker of Gianni Buonomo Vintners in Ocean Beach. A little over a week ago, Gianni Buonomo won several awards at the 2021 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition. Keith moved to OB in 1997 and was running another business before switching gears at age 47. He went back to school to study viticult…
 
Rolo discovers a secret compartment on the ship that contains a rare family heirloom. Featuring two new stories: “The Peach,” a song about a magical fruit, written by two friends from South Carolina named Maci, age 8, and Lydia, age 10, and “Ten Tigers,” a story about big cats competing for cake, written by an 8 year old from Georgia named Luke. Fo…
 
"Psssst, do you party?" asks Meghan McNeer on the homepage of one(!) of her marvelously curated party companies, Standard Party Supply. We've never loved a question more. If Having A Night had a magical sorceress sister who could make all of our dinner party dreams come true... it would be this gal. This week, we had the absolute honor of speaking …
 
The Pure Sound of Music is Beautiful.. sounds that embody our most beautiful memories and shape the vibes we enjoy today. Ride The Magical Musical Time Machine called #RMNSC / #RWND (Reminisce and Rewind)Radio show, to a time when Saturdays, were filled with the sounds of O'Bryan, The System, Heatwave and More.. Making the grooves that made you mov…
 
Today’s special guest is Kaci Goff, chef and owner of contemporary Malaysian pop-up restaurant Wolf and Woman. While serving Malaysian Tamil cuisine like penang laksa noodles and garam masala lamb shank, Kaci is also planning on launching a commissary kitchen in Vista at the end of April. This weekend, she’s selling dessert boxes that can be preord…
 
Time to finish what we started! This week we're diving head first into the freezer.... aka, "where food goes to die" or "a blackhole of the space/time continuum." Remember folks, your standard Frigidaire does NOT have medical-grade cryogenic powers! It's time to face the music and toss out all that freezer burn hath touched. Get out your painters t…
 
The Family that Sings together .. MAKES THE BEST MUSIC!! Family musical groups hold a special place in Music History. Singing siblings are an anomaly .. and something special to behold. Whether as a vocal group or band. Its always great to se the dynamic and better to hear!! Music has many great Family musical Dynasties that have gave classics thru…
 
This episode is dedicated to the Sisters who brought the Groove to the room. Ladies like Chaka, Evelyn Champagne King had songs that you could dance too and more importantly Groove too.. And Ladies like Patrice Rushen and Angela Winbush .. Not only had vocals to die for.. But were also producers, song writers and flat out musicians who were among t…
 
This episode is Picks up where we left off with the first Sisters who brought the Groove to the room. But ,THESE LADIES, were also smooth!! Talking about the likes of Phyliss Hyman, Minnie Riperton, Anita Baker, Stephanie Mills and More.. With a Special nod to the late great Teena Marie!!. These are the Sisters With Groove and are Smooth on RMNSC /…
 
Hip Hop is here to stay.. If you don't know, after checking out this episode of #RMNSC/ #RWND Radio Show.. You will know!! This episode highlights some of the strongest Hip Hop from some of the Best to do it.. Artists like Boogie Down Productions,A Tribe Called QUest and Eric B. & Rakim closed out the 80s and set the table for the likes of Digital …
 
This week’s special guest is Emily Green, owner of Sisters Pizza in Hillcrest. Since 2019, Sisters Pizza has been serving up New York– and New Jersey–style pizza whole and by the slice, along with other Italian dishes from family recipes. Emily opened the business in loving memory of her older sister, Kate, and she regularly gives back to the commu…
 
When the power goes out, Siegfried and Eric must go on an epic journey to the center of the ship. Featuring two new stories: “The Lost Spoon,” the story of an opinionated cutlery aficionado who goes to great lengths to find his prized possession, written by a Chase, a 10 year old from California, and “Backwards Town,” the tale of a confusing and un…
 
Welcome back to Happy Half Hour! This week’s special guest is Megan Stone, media coordinator at Societe Brewing Company in Clairemont, who was recently named the first-ever Woman of the Year by the Craft Beer Marketing Awards. Megan, whose pronouns are both she/her and they/them, is a member of the San Diego Brewers Guild Inclusion Committee and so…
 
The Story Pirates discover there is a drain in the ocean floor, and they’re headed right for it! Featuring two new stories: “The Ant Who Saved Her Colony,” a song about an unlikely hero who saves her community using her special skills, written by Harper, a 9 year old from Washington, and “The Boy Who Couldn’t Stop Crying,” a story about a literal f…
 
Welcome back to Happy Half Hour! This episode was sponsored by Ballast Point, and two special guests from the brewing company joined us this week: Aaron Justus, director of R&D and specialty brewing, and Jeff Lozano, specialty brewer and manager. This year, the company is celebrating its 25th anniversary as a pioneer in the craft beer industry, and…
 
It’s the Johnny Blobfish Show! Starring Johnny Blobfish (Parvesh Cheena)! Meghan as Mrs. Blobfish! Rachel as Johnny Blobfish Jr.! Lee as The Mail Carrier! Eric as Mr. Wilkinson! Nimene as Suzy Who Lives Next Door! And Peter as Lil’ Sparky. Featuring two new stories: “The Boy Who Mailed Himself to Australia,” a story about the majesty of the Postal …
 
Sheila Marikar is a prolific journalist whose work is featured in The New Yorker, The New York Times, Forbes, and tons more. She describes herself as a generalist, but when we say this woman knows her way around food and wine, we aren't kidding! We are generally under the impression that we have pretty good knowledge when it comes to food & drink, …
 
Welcome back to Happy Half Hour! This week’s special guest is Avonte Hartsfield, owner of Rollin’ Roots food truck in Kearny Mesa. Rollin’ Roots has been serving comfort foods, like loaded fries and sandwiches with deep-fried “shrimp” and Buffalo “chicken” that are entirely vegan, since it opened last fall. Avonte is passionate about breaking the s…
 
The Story Pirates meet an excitable isopod (Maulik Pancholy) who curates a very unique underwater museum. Featuring two new stories: “I’m Toast, Man,” a Johnny Cash-style song about one piece of bread’s miraculous transformation, written by Sam, a 6 year old from New York, and “The Adventures of Harold Jordan,” a story about a celebrity’s hubristic…
 
Well, we wish we were dining with Dorie! If you listen to our podcast regularly, you know Dorie Greenspan needs no introduction, because we've been talking this episode up for weeks... She has five (count 'em FIVE) James Beard Awards, for pete's sake! If you are a frequent visitor to the NYTimes Cooking website, chances are you've cooked one of her…
 
Welcome back to Happy Half Hour! This week, Tommy “The Fishmonger” Gomes, a local expert on all things seafood and spokesperson for San Diego's fishing industry, made his third appearance on the podcast. Since his last visit, Tommy’s become the star of his own national TV show, The Fishmonger, an eight-episode docuseries premiering March 1 at 4 p.m…
 
The Story Pirates Podcast will be back with new episodes starting March 4th, but in the meantime we have a brand new bonus episode for you featuring our favorite, funniest and weirdest stories from the archives. Featuring “The Doughnut is Right,” “Pet Store or Food Store?” and “The Goose Prank.” For more from the Story Pirates, visit storypirates.c…
 
Raise your hand if you're sick of doing dishes every goddamn night! This week, we are simmering our best ideas for one-pot meals to give your precious paws some relief! We're building out a formula for stews of every shape and color, from beef braises to bean baths and everything in between. If you've been stuck making the same ol' chicken chili ve…
 
This week we chatted with chef Richard Blais, whom you may recognize as both a contestant and a judge on Top Chef, and as a judge on Guy’s Grocery Games and MasterChef. Richard came by to talk about his newest restaurant, Ember & Rye, a steak house opening soon at the Park Hyatt Aviara Resort in Carlsbad. Richard got his start working at The French…
 
Eamon Rockey is the mastermind behind Rockey's Milk Punch (more on that including a history lesson that blew our minds in the episode), but he's also a heavyweight in the fine dining industry. He's helped open several restaurants in NY, spent time behind the bar at places like as Eleven Madison Park, and is the beverage director at the Institute fo…
 
Welcome back to Happy Half Hour! In celebration of the lunar new year on February 12 and the Year of the Ox, we chatted with Tony Guan, executive chef at Fortunate Son, the newest restaurant from CH Projects in Normal Heights. Fortunate Son replaced Soda & Swine last fall, and serves Tony’s spin on classic American Chinese dishes like General’s Tso…
 
We’ll be back with new episodes starting March 4th, but in the meantime here’s another brand new bonus episode featuring some of our favorite deep cuts from the archives along with behind-the-scenes tidbits on how the Story Pirates Podcast gets made. Featuring “The Monkey and the Ice Skates,” “Tape Ball Purse” and “Kids Riding Ponies.” For more fro…
 
In honor of Valentine's Day, we're feeling a bit scandalous and rating our romantic flings: 67...72...85.... we're CHOCOLATE PERCENTAGES, not men!! This week we're sans guest for the first time in ages, and it's time to get intimate as the original Having A Night couple, just the 2 of us. We're nerding out on the epic love story between Vday and ch…
 
Welcome back to Happy Half Hour! This week we chat with Ernie Becerra, founder of San Diego Taco Company and ¡Salud! Tacos in Barrio Logan. Ernie is a fifth-generation San Diegan, and he worked as a banker before pursuing his passion and eventually opening a restaurant. ¡Salud! is one of 13 essential taco shops listed in this month’s cover story in…
 
The Story Pirates Podcast will be back with new episodes starting March 4th, but in the meantime we have a brand new bonus episode for you featuring our favorite, funniest, and weirdest stories from the archives. Featuring “The Case of the Missing Files,” “Ladybug Tickle Day” and “Zach’s Story.” For more from the Story Pirates, visit storypirates.c…
 
Andi Murphy is the voice behind Toasted Sister, a podcast she helms about Native American food and foodies. With a background in journalism, she covers it all with aplomb and a keen ear -- brewing, cooking, farming, and in her latest, incredible episode, the intersection of death and food. We spoke with Andi about her favorite restaurants near wher…
 
Welcome back to the Happy Half Hour! This week, we chat with Starr Edwards, founder of Bitchin’ Sauce, a popular almond dip that is vegan-friendly. You may have it seen at local farmers’ markets (and mistaken it for hummus) or at the grocery store. The company started in Carlsbad and is still headquartered there, but has increased distribution to n…
 
Those uproarious vocal stylings you've heard on Love Island US come fresh from the jaws of Matthew Hoffman -- actor, writer, producer, and host extraordinaire. While the contents of his fridge may bring you to tears (one lone bottle of champagne), you'll find yourself cackling while he opines on everything from Cheez-Its (yah) to brunches (any self…
 
Ever wander through a grocery store in the dead of winter, pick up a pineapple and say to no one: WTF is happening?!? It's easy to feel depressingly disconnected from the earth these days, and if you live in a city like NYC? Having a "green thumb" basically means you have decorative succulent slowly dying on your windowsill. Enter Sophia Samuda, a …
 
We’re excited to have Maya Madsen, the founder of Maya's Cookies, on the show this week. Maya’s Cookies is a line of soft-baked cookies that are completely vegan but also popular with non-vegans. Maya founded the company in 2015 when she couldn't find any vegan cookies that she liked, so she started baking her own. Today, her company is the No. 1 B…
 
This is the death and food episode where I talk with Indigenous death doula, Chrystal Waban, about her work with Blackbird Medicines and the Indigenous Death Doula Collective and how food is connected to this very important journey for those who are dying, for those who are dead and for those they leave behind. Also in this episode are stories abou…
 
Welcome to our very first BoNuS EpIsOdE! We're sitting down with Yola Robert, host of the podcast 'I Suck At Life' who knows a thing or two about partying and having some serious NIGHTS. A Senior Contributor for Forbes and lifestyle writer for The Zoe Report and Elite Daily, Yola focuses on mental health, wellness, lifestyle, skin/beauty and fashio…
 
Happy New Year! We took a break from taping during the holidays, and now we’re back and looking forward to 2021. We kicked off our first episode of the year with chef William Bradley of Addison, San Diego’s first restaurant to receive a Michelin star, which it was awarded in 2019. William is a San Diego native, and he's been leading the kitchen at …
 
If your idea of a perfect day is hitting up 22 restaurants in 12 hours, then you're just like us, and just like our guest Jenn Harris. Jenn is a senior writer at the LA Times and a connoisseur when it comes to all things Angeleno and all things fried chicken. A woman after our own heart, she brings a cooler with her whenever she goes out to eat and…
 
Karley Sciortino is about as fun as a guest can possibly get. Hysterical, scintillating, and whip smart, she writes Vogue.com's Breathless column, hosts a show for Vice, and founded the website Slutever. She's our icon in more ways than one, and that's putting it mildly. On this, the maiden episode of 2021, we dive into food, sex, and the things we…
 
Well, it’s the greatest day of 2020! The one where we get to say goodbye to this absolute misery of a year. Most years, we would be crowing about what we’ll be drinking, eating, and wearing tonight, but this year, it’s probably lights out by 9:45. And that’s perfectly ok, because HELLO 2021! (Let’s hope this isn’t like a scene in a horror movie whe…
 
Do you know who picked the cabbage and celery you find at the grocery store? It might’ve been an Indigenous immigrant farmworker. In this episode, I visit with a couple of Indigenous immigrant farmworkers at Rio Grande Farm Park in Alamosa, Colorado to learn about their journey here and why they left Guatemala. I also speak with Dr. Giovanni Batz, …
 
Happy Holidays to all our listeners, and welcome to the last episode of 2020! We are wrapping up this unprecedented year with our most memorable guests, our favorite foods, and some predictions and hopes for the new year. Note: This was recorded on December 12.08.20.Troy, Marie, and David all reminisce about the first podcast we recorded after the …
 
The Story Pirates arrive at their undersea destination. Featuring two new stories: “Millions of Stars,” a musical meditation on the origins of the universe, featuring Starr Busby and written by Aditya, a 5 year old from Canada, and “The Invention Convention,” a time-bending story about never giving up, written by a 9 year old from Montana named Owe…
 
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