Julia Turshen is the bestselling author of Feed the Resistance, which was named one of the Best Cookbooks of 2016 by The New York Times.
On this holiday bonus episode of Keep Calm & Cook On: Carla Hall, former co-host of The Chew and contestant on Top Chef, talks to Julia about authenticity, imposter syndrome, and more.Follow-up links:Carla HallCarla's InstagramHelen Keller InternationalGreat Jones (enter the code 'CALM' at checkout for 15% off your order!)Julia Turshen
Einat Admony s a chef, restauranteur, and cookbook author who is based in New York City. She’s the force behind beloved places like Taim Falafel and Balaboosta and the author of two cookbooks, Balaboosta, and the newly published SHUK: From Market to Table, the Heart of Israeli Home Cooking. Lia Ronnen is the publisher of Artisan Books, who has published both of Einat’s books.Einat, Lia, and Julia sat down to talk about what exactly is Israeli food, who gets to define any particular cuisine, cultural appropriation versus appropriation, home cooking, and more.Follow-up links:Shuk (Cookbook)Einat's InstagramMisono 440 KnifeMisen KnifeGod's Love We Deliver Brownies!Great Jones (use the code 'CALM' for 15% off!!)
Yemi Amu, from Oko Farms in Brooklyn, talks to Julia about aquaponics, expansion, and the healing capacity of her work. Yemi is the farmer and educator behind Oko Farms in Brooklyn, New York, an aquaponics farm that not only produces fish and produce and flowers, but also works as an educational farm. Our food community is at its best with people like Yemi doing the work she’s doing. She’s in the middle of raising money to expand into a second location at the Weeksville Heritage Center— please consider supporting her and her important work. The link to donate is below.Follow-up links:Oko FarmsDonate to Oko Farms's expansion!Weeksville Heritage CenterNaina Marballi’s Ayurvedic practice Great Jones (be sure to use the code 'CALM' for 15% off!!)Julia Turshen
Lezli Harvell is a board-certified pediatric dentist, who has spent her career providing oral healthcare to healthy and special needs children. She and her husband run a center called Dental Kidz, with a Z, in Newark, New Jersey. She’s also a mother of 5 daughters. Along with a passion for good health and family, Lezli is passionate about food and about breaking the antiquated industry traditions that go along with it. A dual citizen of the United States and Jamaica, Lezli is the creator and curator of The Iconoclast Dinner Experience (also known as IDE). IDE is an event series that has been celebrating diversity and culture through food since 2015. IDE now runs annual events in New York, Chicago and Martha’s Vineyard. IDE strives to broaden the food conversation by honoring chefs, sommeliers, and spirit trailblazers of color. All event proceeds benefit Lezli’s alma matter Spelman College students from Jamaican and sub-Saharan African countries.Julia met with Dr. Lezli on her lunch break and they spoke about why she started IDE, how she runs it, and what it means to her. Follow-up links:For more about the Iconoclast Dinner Experience, head here.Follow Dr. Lezli on Instagram!Check out the goods at Great Jones! (remember to use the code 'CALM' for 15% off!!) 
View 42 more appearances
Share Profile
Are you Julia? Verify and edit this page to your liking.

Recommend This Creator

Recommendation sent

Join Podchaser to...

  • Rate podcasts and episodes
  • Follow podcasts and creators
  • Create podcast and episode lists
  • & much more

Creator Details

Episode Count
Podcast Count
Total Airtime
1 day, 11 hours
Podchaser Creator ID logo 349116