Evelyn Tribole, MS, RDN, CEDRD-S, in conversation with Julia Turshen about Intuitive Eating and so much more.
God’s Love Deliver believes that food is medicine. And that food is love. On this episode, Julia talks to four longtime members of GLWD's staff: Daniel Metzger (Executive Chef), Lisa Zullig (Director of Nutrition Services), Dorella Walters (Senior Director of External Program Affairs), and Alissa Wassung (Director of Policy and Planning).
Kristina Gill is a Nashville-born food and travel photographer and cookbook author who lives and works in Rome. In addition to her award-winning creative work in food, she is also a humanitarian advisor and supports the United Nations' World Food Program.
Aubrey Gordon, a.k.a. Your Fat Friend, joins Julia to talk about her life and work (including her new book, What We Don't Talk About When We Talk About Fat, and her new podcast, Maintenance Phase).
Dr. Jessica B. Harris, award-winning food historian and one of the world’s leading experts on the foodways of African Diaspora, and Klancy Miller, Founder of For the Culture magazine and author of Cooking Solo, join Julia to discuss the first issue of For the Culture, legacy, money, and more.
Mavis-Jay Sanders and Sicily Sierra Johnson, the couple behind Food Plus People, join Julia to discuss their business, intentions, and more.
Julia Turshen in conversation with PBS television personality and cookbook author Pati Jinich.
Julia Turshen in conversation with Vivian Howard, restauranter, star of two PBS shows (A Chef's Life and Somewhere South) and bestselling cookbook author (Deep Run Roots and This Will Make It Taste Good).
Zoe Adjonyoh— chef, writer, activist & entrepreneur— started Zoe’s Ghana Kitchen in July 2010 with a pot of peanut butter stew and the intention to start an African food revolution by bringing African food to the masses. She is the author of 'Zoe's Ghana Kitchen,' a wonderful cookbook. Zoe currently works at the intersection of food, culture, identity and politics and has been driven by the need to create space for change in the food landscape. She is one of the founders of Black Book, a...
Julia talks to Lindo Bacon, PhD about connection, compassion, and more. Lindo's work is considered be life-changing and transformative for many, including Julia. They are the author of the best-selling book, Health at Every Size: The Surprising Truth About Your Weight, and the co-author of Body Respect: What Conventional Health Books Get Wrong, Leave Out, or Just Plain Fail to Understand about Weight. Their latest book is Radical Belonging: How to Survive and Thrive in an Unjust World (While...
Julia kicks off Season Four of Keep Calm and Cook On with Wendy Lopez and Jessica Jones, the two women behind Food Heaven, which is, in their words: “a multimedia platform founded by two black registered dietitians & BFFs. We help people transform the way they eat and find joy in food through the practice of intuitive eating and body respect.”
This episode clarifies ideas and terms like health at every size, intuitive eating, and the difference between a dietician and a nutritionist....
Carla Hall, former co-host of The Chew and contestant on Top Chef, talks to Julia about authenticity, imposter syndrome, and more.
Einat Admony, the chef + restauranteur + author of SHUK, and Lia Ronnen, the publisher of Artisan Books, sit down with Julia Turshen.
Yemi Amu, from Oko Farms in Brooklyn, talks to Julia about aquaponics, expansion, and the healing capacity of her work.
Dr. Lezli Levene Harvell, pediatric dentist and mother of five, is also the founder of the Iconoclast Dinner Experience.
Lagusta Yearwood, of Lagusta's Luscious and the author of Sweet + Salty, in conversation with Julia Turshen.
Alexander Smalls, restaurateur and award-winning opera singer, in conversation with Julia Turshen.
Alison Roman in conversation with Julia Turshen.
Bonnie Slotnick, of Bonnie Slotnick Cookbooks, talks with Julia about her life and career.
Mary Lou Conroy, the narrator of the TV program Great Chefs, talks to Julia.
Lisa Gross, the founder of League of Kitchens, and Mab, one of their instructors, sit down with Julia.
Elle Simone Scott, on-air contributor to America’s Test Kitchen and founder of SheChef, in conversation with Julia Turshen.
Karen Akunowicz and LJ Johnson, the couple behind Fox & the Knife in Boston, in conversation with Julia Turshen.
Antoni Porowski, from Netflix’s Queer Eye and author of the brand new cookbook Antoni in the Kitchen, in conversation with Julia Turshen.