6 days ago | 41 min
Jet Tila on His Questionable Tattoos & Asian Representation in Food Culture
Jet Tila shares his childhood in the first Thai market in the US in LA, Tournament of Champions experience, and the stories behind his many tattoos. This week on Food Network Obsessed, host Jaymee Sire sits down with Jet Tila to talk about their brief time as floor reporters on the Iron Chef franchise and the time he avoided an awkward encounter with Jaymee. They dive into the unique challenges of Tournament of Champions and why it’s the show Jet wants to win the most. He talks about his favorite Food Network memories (and people) and the chef’s tattoo that almost was (but that he ultimately didn’t get). Jet dives into his childhood growing up in the first Thai restaurants and markets in Los Angeles, the staple ingredients he always grabs at an Asian supermarket, and what it means to him to represent and elevate Asian cuisine in the food world. Connect with the podcast: https://www.foodnetwork.com/shows/food-network-obsessed-the-official-podcast-of-food-network Follow Food Network on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/foodnetwork Follow Jaymee on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jaymeesire Follow Jet on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jettila Learn more about Tournament of Champions: https://www.foodnetwork.com/shows/tournament-of-champions Start Your Free Trial of discovery+: https://www.discoveryplus.com/foodobsessedSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
13 days ago | 40 min
The Chaos Machine: An Endless Hole
Yowei gets a tip about Russian trolls in Stockton, California and falls down a hole of swirling conspiracy theories. At the center is a scrappy, controversial website that has become one of the most popular sources of local news in town. Some say it's doing important investigative journalism while others say it's spreading hateful lies about progressive leaders. In part 1 of The Chaos Machine series, what happens when traditional local news runs out of resources and reporting the narrative of a community is anybody's game?
2 months ago | 80 min
Jeremy Lin, Dan Pfeiffer + NBA MVP, March Madness, Anti-Trans Bills, Hot Mics
On the premiere of Takeline, Jason Concepcion and Renee Montgomery welcome Jeremy Lin to discuss the recent surge in anti-asian violence, his NBA journey, and the height of “Linsanity.” Dan Pfeiffer joins the show for a new game called Take Survivor. Then, Jason and Renee cover the recent racist remarks during a live broadcast of Oklahoma high school girls basketball game, the Republican effort to undermine transgender athletes rights, March Madness, Oscar noms and more.SHOW NOTES:To learn more about the Jeremy Lin Foundation visit https://www.jeremylinfoundation.org/Follow and subscribe to TAKELINE on Youtube for special clips and to watch ALL CAPS NBA Welcome to Takeline and ALL CAPS!For a closed-captioned version of this episode, please visit crooked.com/takeline. For a transcript of this episode, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and include the name of the podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
3 months ago | 40 min
Saving the Seeds
Why do Asian Americans have such deep relationships with fruit? Cathy goes on a quest to find the answers — starting with her friendly neighborhood fruit vendor, Cece, then spending time with friends and listeners in our extended podcast fam. Along the way, she hears stories about family heirloom trees, mango sharing techniques, persimmon obsessions, and an unbridled love for durian. Then, she calls up food writer Priya Krishna and heritage farmer Kristyn Leach to unpack all the personal stories she’s heard. As Cathy learns the ways that Asian Americans across the country have instilled a reverence for fruit and upheld countless rituals with it in their lives, she realizes that our tastes are even more deeply rooted than we might think. Credits Written by Cathy Erway Produced by James Boo, Harsha Nahata, and Julia Shu Edited by James Boo and Julia Shu Music by Blue Dot Sessions and Epidemic Sound Self Evident theme music by Dorian Love Shoutouts Big thanks to everyone who shared their fruit stories and fruit feels with us for this episode: Ahmed Ali Akbar Ann Duong Dorothy Faye Pirtle Jack Shu Jenn De La Vega Jenn Wong Kristyn Leach Merk Nguyen Nidhi Prakash Niha Reddy Priya Krishna Raman Sehgal Stanford Chiou We couldn’t fit everyone into the final cut, but you can see and hear bonus stories on our Instagram, using the hashtag #MyImmigrantFruitStory. Reading, Listening, and Resources "If I'm Cutting Fresh Fruit For Dessert, I Probably Love You" by Priya Krishna for Bon Appetite "A Bowl of Cut Fruit is How Asian Moms Say I Love You" by Yi Jun Loh for TASTE "How the simple art of cutting fruit can be an act of love" by Daniela Galarza for The Washington Post “The Loquat, San Francisco’s Secret Fruit, Is Hidden in Plain Sight” by Jenn Wong for Mission Local “Bok Choy Isn’t ‘Exotic’,” by Cathy Erway in Eater Check out Priya’s recipes in her cookbook, Indianish “Underground Aams Trade,” by Ahmed Ali Akbar for Proof (America’s Test Kitchen) Grow your own East Asian heritage crops and cook from recipes at Kristyn Leach’s Second Generation Seeds
9 days ago | 24 min
Choreographer-in-Residence Dana Tai Soon Burgess traces his ‘hyphenated’ background— a journey that begins on a boat from Korea, disembarks at a Hawaiian pineapple plantation, meanders through Latino culture, and then arrives at a martial arts class in New Mexico… organized by Tibetan monks. Dana also discusses the hyphenated artists featured in two of his favorite portraits at the Gallery. Both were pioneers, both were outsiders, and both had their ‘American-ness’ challenged. See the portraits: Michio Ito Isamu Noguchi (“Tracings” duet music courtesy of Aaron Leitko.)
19 hours ago | 81 min
Clashes in Israel and Gaza
Tommy and Ben talk about the escalating violence in Israel and Gaza, cyberattacks on American infrastructure, a deadly police raid in Brazil, updates on Alexey Navalny’s situation, President Biden’s decision to back coronavirus vaccine patent waivers and more. Then, foreign policy analyst Rula Jebreal joins Ben to discuss the context for the latest outbreak of fighting in Israel and Gaza and how we should be thinking about asymmetries of power.For a closed-captioned version of this episode, please visit crooked.com/podsavetheworld. For a transcript of this episode, please email email@example.com and include the name of the podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
5 days ago | 104 min
Liz Cheney, Perfect Hero!
Hasan Piker is here to break down the week's news. Lori Wallach of Public Citizen joins for a helpful, fascinating look at the patent waiver issue and what drug companies have to do to get the world vaccinated. And we played an incredible Mother's Day game with Danielle Perez and her mom you won't want to miss. For a closed-captioned version of this episode, please visit crooked.com/lovettorleaveit. For a transcript of this episode, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and include the name of the podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
a day ago | 42 min
Nicole & Sasheer Do "The One Hundredth"
That's right! This is the 100th episode of Best Friends with Nicole Byer & Sasheer Zamata - your favorite FRIENDS recap podcast. This week Nicole & Sasheer recap episode three in the fifth season of Friends: The One Hundredth. In this episode, Phoebe gives birth to the triplets, Chandler and Monica take the relationship to the next level, and Joey gives birth to kidney stones and makes a very inappropriate home movie! Nicole & Sasheer talk about the fashion, do a quiz to find out which Friends ex they would date, and answer listener questions on who they would Marry Bop Kill from the friends cast, as well as if they would ever be a surrogate. It's just another typical Best Friends episode!
2 days ago | 38 min
From the bedside to the bullhorn for Black Lives with Rep. Cori Bush
Abdul dissects how Black Lives Matter in healthcare. He talks to Rep. Cori Bush, the former nurse turned Black Lives Matter Activist turned Congresswoman about her journey from the bedside to the bullhorn and what the fight for health justice should look like today.A transcript of this episode can be found at crooked.com/americadissected Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
2 days ago | 64 min
It’s A Pretty Dope Life (w/ Jenny Yang)
The SAP crew dishes on their celebrity crushes today versus 20 years ago (Indiana Jones and Punky Brewster are name-checked). Later on, Jenny Yang talks about her career progression from working on behalf of the labor movement to doing stand up comedy. She also shares the inspiration behind her unique show, “Comedy Crossing.” Follow The SAP Crew on instagram! @spanishaquipresents @raizalicea @ofcourseitscarlos @ozzymo @thetonyrodrig
12 days ago | 26 min
BONUS: Eating and Cooking During Chemotherapy
When someone you love is sick, sending food is often the first way we show our love and support. It can offer satisfaction and heartiness when a hug is not possible.This was definitely true for Eric Poretsky, a close friend of Meat and Three producer and episode host, Dylan Heuer. Eric was diagnosed with cancer a few months ago and talking to him, Dylan noticed that food has played a big role during his treatment. It’s become a marker of his sickness and wellness, of what’s changed and what still feels normal. Eric is an avid home cook and in this episode he brings us with him on the winding path he has traveled to keep food a joyful part of his life.Keep Meat and Three on the air: become an HRN Member today! Go to heritageradionetwork.org/donate. Meat and Three is powered by Simplecast.