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How to Make a Food Podcast

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Most food writers have considered creating a podcast, but how do you actually make it happen—and make it really, really good? We've assembled a panel of experts to take you through the process and tell you what they've learned in their podcasting adventures. Moderator Sari Kamin, host of Heritage Radio Network's Food Without Borders, will be speaking with Soleil Ho, co-host of The Racist Sandwich Podcast and host of Bitch Magazine's Popaganda; Katherine Spiers, host of Smart Mouth; and Cathy Erway, host of Heritage Radio Network's Eat Your Words and Gimlet Media's Why We Eat What We Eat.

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  Moderator:  Sari Kamin is the senior publicity manager of culinary & lifestyle at Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. For three seasons she has been the host of  Food Without Borders , a podcast that explores the intersections of food, politics, and identity on Heritage Radio Network. Before that she was the co-host of  The Morning After  for three years on Heritage Radio Network. As a food writer, her work has appeared in Food 52, Tasting Table, Saveur, Afar, Extra Crispy, Food & Wine, and others. Sari holds a Masters Degree in Food Studies from NYU and a BS in theater from Skidmore College. 

Moderator: Sari Kamin is the senior publicity manager of culinary & lifestyle at Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. For three seasons she has been the host of Food Without Borders, a podcast that explores the intersections of food, politics, and identity on Heritage Radio Network. Before that she was the co-host of The Morning After for three years on Heritage Radio Network. As a food writer, her work has appeared in Food 52, Tasting Table, Saveur, Afar, Extra Crispy, Food & Wine, and others. Sari holds a Masters Degree in Food Studies from NYU and a BS in theater from Skidmore College. 

  Panelist:  Soleil Ho is a Vietnamese American rogue chef, writer, and podcaster. She is also co-writer on a forthcoming graphic novel on entomophagy and queer romance called Meal. She hosts Racist Sandwich, an award-nominated podcast on food and intersectional politics, and Popaganda, the official podcast of Bitch Media. She would like to remind you that fish sauce goes great in guacamole.

Panelist: Soleil Ho is a Vietnamese American rogue chef, writer, and podcaster. She is also co-writer on a forthcoming graphic novel on entomophagy and queer romance called Meal. She hosts Racist Sandwich, an award-nominated podcast on food and intersectional politics, and Popaganda, the official podcast of Bitch Media. She would like to remind you that fish sauce goes great in guacamole.

  Panelist:  Katherine Spiers hosts and produces Smart Mouth, a food history podcast based in Los Angeles. It was nominated for a Saveur blog award, and guests have included Jacques Pepin, various food-obsessed comedians, and a deposed Italian prince. She's also a freelance journalist and was previously food editor at LA Weekly.

Panelist: Katherine Spiers hosts and produces Smart Mouth, a food history podcast based in Los Angeles. It was nominated for a Saveur blog award, and guests have included Jacques Pepin, various food-obsessed comedians, and a deposed Italian prince. She's also a freelance journalist and was previously food editor at LA Weekly.

  Panelist:  Cathy Erway is a food writer and author whose latest book is  The Food of Taiwan: Recipes from the Beautiful Island . She hosts the weekly podcast Eat Your Words on Heritage Radio Network, interviewing authors of food books. She is also the host of Why We Eat What We Eat, a podcast from Blue Apron and Gimlet Creative, which won the 2018 IACP Award for Best Podcast and was nominated for a James Beard Award. 

Panelist: Cathy Erway is a food writer and author whose latest book is The Food of Taiwan: Recipes from the Beautiful Island. She hosts the weekly podcast Eat Your Words on Heritage Radio Network, interviewing authors of food books. She is also the host of Why We Eat What We Eat, a podcast from Blue Apron and Gimlet Creative, which won the 2018 IACP Award for Best Podcast and was nominated for a James Beard Award.