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Apr 18, 2023

Marcus Hammond started the Black Food Truck Festival in Charleston, South Carolina, and he may not be a chef, but he loves to eat, and he wants everyone to try the food coming off these food trucks! He started the festival because he got tired of going to food fests for and by people who didn't look like him. Marcus...

Dec 6, 2022

Chitra Agrawal sells achaar – and, if you are like I am and weren’t familiar with this condiment, it’s like an Indian pickle relish, only Chitra uses American produce and about 75% less salt than you find in most of the stuff on the shelves. She talks about building her New York business – love the pun, the name...

Nov 8, 2022

I first heard about Alak Nanda from Keya Wingfield (Episode 83) of Richmond, who raved about the podis – or Indian seasoning blends –  that gave Keya a taste of home. This is an Atlanta, Georgia business that was began as a way for Alak and her mom to reconnect during COVID lockdown in India, and it’s grown from...

Nov 1, 2022

Byron Bradley's in New Orleans and he spent some time with legendary chef Leah Chase, learning and even teaching her a few tricks. Now he’s quietly trying to build his own empire…cooking, coffee, rum…Byron Bradley on the Hidden F&B podcast! 

Oct 4, 2022

Keya Wingfield talks about winning a Food Network competition, her baking, and those Masala chips that are to die for!  Keya Wingfield, on the Hidden F&B.