The Podcasts We Host
The NatFAB Podcast Network is a dynamic podcast network that focuses on issues of food and drink in America and in the world. Our goal is to offer a curated selection of audio and video podcasts in English and other languages about a comprehensive array of issues - from cooking and drinking and eating to food policy and waste management - of interest to us all.
Click through each show to listen to their latest musings on food, drink, and life.
Interested in being part of the network? Contact us!
The NOLADrinks Show
Bryan Dias hosts NOLADrinks, a multi-platform show, website, and social media project bringing you information, news, events, issues, and more exploring the world of drink and food in New Orleans and beyond!
On Louisiana Eats! NOLA food icon Poppy Tooker takes us into Louisiana's wide open fields, deep waters, bustling markets, and busy kitchens. Poppy's people are carrying on the traditions of Louisiana's wholly local but universally celebrated food, from farm to table, and sometimes barroom! Poppy roams the State to find the folks whose inspiration and innovation are taking the abundant wealth of Louisiana's food culture into the future.
In 2018, concurrent with the launch of the NatFAB Network, Louisiana Eats is launching new podcasts with material uncensored or not yet broadcast under the banner, Louisiana Eats Quick Bites.' Let’s eat!
In the new podcast series GreenPepper, food lawyer, consultant, and culinary activist Pepper Bowen explores food policy, food systems, and the laws that formulate them. Pepper reaches beyond the popular a charity model of just feeding hungry people to help listeners understand causes of and breaks in the systems. GreenPepper delves into history, culture, and the legal gymnastics formulating the need for environmental justice. With thought-provoking humor, Pepper Bowen uses GreenPepper to continue her noble quest of bringing food to the consciousness of people who eat.
Join drinks historian Elizabeth Pearce and bartender extraordinaire Abigail Gullo as they share booze history and culture with a little drinking advice thrown in for good measure. Best way to learn, ever.