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Toasted Sister Podcast

By Native Voice One - NV1

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.

  1. 1.
    E60: Bruce Savage — Spirit Lake Native Farms1/13/2020
    29:12
  2. 2.
    E59: Gatherings Cafe — Creator said...12/16/2019
    41:42
  3. 3.
    E58: “Bigfoot and Lightning Bug”10/25/2019
    23:55
  4. 4.
    E57: Alien Weaponry10/16/2019
    33:30
  5. 5.
    E56: “Imminent Cuisine” the zine10/5/2019
    44:55
  6. 6.
    E55: Cienan Muir — “Geek out with me”8/29/2019
    35:13
  7. 7.
    E54: Germaine Simonson — Bootstrapping a business8/9/2019
    47:57
  8. 8.
    E53: No Eating Out Challenge with Monica Braine7/15/2019
    1:05:58
  1. 9.
    E52: Food fight with chef Lawrence Garcia5/8/2019
    24:33
  2. 10.
    E51: Native Women’s Business Summit4/8/2019
    40:57
  3. 11.
    E50: No Longer Gentle Indians Pt. 3: Stop telling us what to eat3/25/2019
    42:25
  4. 12.
    E49: Bats are important to Native people ... and food2/23/2019
    33:22
  5. 13.
    E48: Culinary arts at Navajo Technical University2/13/2019
    34:05
  6. 14.
    E47: On the Pueblo bread trail in New Mexico1/23/2019
    36:16
  7. 15.
    E46: Curtis Basina — “A win-win situation for everybody”1/9/2019
    30:51
  8. 16.
    E45: El Paso — Indigenous food at the border12/22/2018
    44:19
  9. 17.
    E44: Mark Tilsen — “We’re as resilient as the buffalo”12/7/2018
    30:18
  10. 18.
    E43: Southwest Intertribal Food Summit10/31/2018
    43:47
  11. 19.
    E42: Alisha Murphy — “I loved my trip to New Zealand”10/23/2018
    27:22
  12. 20.
    E41: Towana Yepa — “It very much is in the blood”10/13/2018
    29:45
  13. 21.
    E40: Brit Reed — “It’s definitely a win”9/27/2018
    30:00
  14. 22.
    E39: Apache Harvest Festival — “It’s really, really cool!”9/7/2018
    24:12
  15. 23.
    E38: Dr. Kalama Niheu — “We’re going to make a noise”8/8/2018
    27:30
  16. 24.
    E37: Eric Richards — “I started from the bottom”7/31/2018
    27:30
  17. 25.
    E36: Josh Nez — “They’re my babies”7/19/2018
    29:30
  18. 26.
    E35: Vernon DeFoe — “Cooking around”7/4/2018
    28:30
  19. 27.
    E34: Jacelle Ramon-Sauberan — “Our ancestors had to be smart”6/16/2018
    34:20
  20. 28.
    E33: Shane Chartrand — “Pretty and mean”6/1/2018
    30:00
  21. 29.
    E32: Kristina Stanley — “Our diet is so personal”5/9/2018
    30:00
  22. 30.
    E31: Navajo Sheep — “They’re my life… I love them.”4/18/2018
    33:46
  23. 31.
    E30: Mariah Gladstone — Dreams to recipes4/4/2018
    23:02
  24. 32.
    E29: Anna Sattler — Nukallpiaq means hunter, gatherer, provider3/15/2018
    29:25
  25. 33.
    E28: Native farmers in New Mexico3/3/2018
    34:32
  26. 34.
    E27: CW Ayon — “Enough to be proud”2/9/2018
    24:33
  27. 35.
    E26: Neftalí Duran — Gentle and compassionate1/20/2018
    26:14
  28. 36.
    E25: David Wolfman — “Reclaiming our heritage one bite at a time”1/5/2018
    30:00
  29. 37.
    E24: I-Collective takes New York12/16/2017
    28:05
  30. 38.
    E23: Rob Kinneen — “Don’t mess it up”12/2/2017
    30:00
  31. 39.
    E22: Indigenous Comic Con 2: Food in Native Comic Books11/13/2017
    34:31
  32. 40.
    E21: No Longer Gentle Indians Pt. 2: Native Women in the Kitchen11/8/2017
    1:14:22
  33. 41.
    E20: Taos, N.M. Indigenous Foods Experience10/27/2017
    32:00
  34. 42.
    E19: Dr. Kyle Whyte — “We’re always in motion, we never stop”10/6/2017
    30:00
  35. 43.
    E18: Claudia Serrato —“I have embraced my gift”9/24/2017
    30:00
  36. 44.
    Extra: David Ruiz — The Pueblo Harvest Cafe9/12/2017
    32:23
  37. 45.
    E17: Freddie Bitsoie — “A detective of food”9/8/2017
    30:00
  38. 46.
    E16: Dan Cornelius — “Reconnecting trade routes”8/17/2017
    29:59
  39. 47.
    E15: Felicia Cocotzin Ruiz — Desert food and medicine8/3/2017
    30:00
  40. 48.
    E14: Sean Sherman — “Redefine North American food”7/19/2017
    30:00
  41. 49.
    E13: Ben Jacobs — “One recipe created all this opportunity”7/6/2017
    30:00
  42. 50.
    E12: No longer gentle Indians6/15/2017
    1:10:11

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