ABOUT THIS PODCAST

Pantry Raid is an advice column podcast about cooking. Every Monday, Hannah gives you ideas and advice about one ingredient that will help you make more food and less waste.
English
United States
12 episodes
since Nov. 4, 2018

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As we enter that time of year when gardens and farms sometimes give us more than we bargained for, Hannah discusses the strategy, mindset and creativity it takes to tackle a surplus. We hear from special guest Bianca Morton, the Chef Director of The Nashville Food Project. Bianca is a Nashville native and one of the people who has been behind the scenes for years and years making Nashville's culinary heart tick. She tells us a story about a surplus worst-case-scenario- receiving an entire truckload of a vegetable she doesn't like to eat- and how she conquered it. If you live in Nashville and would like to give time, money or food to The Nashville Food Project, check out https://www.thenashvillefoodproject.org/givetime .
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