Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Heritage Radio Interview

Out back of Roberta's restaurant in the Bushwick neighborhood of Brooklyn there's a retired thirty foot freight shipping container. On top of it there's a hoop garden where they grow vegetables. Inside of it is the studio for Heritage Radio Network, an internet food radio station. I was there today, interviewed by Michael Harlan Turkell for his show, The Food Seen. It ended up that we talked very little about food, but a lot about operations and our recent holiday season at Zingerman's. For some reason I was especially serious during the interview. Maybe it was January setting in.

I visited last year and did an interview with Heritage's founder, Patrick Martins. The link is here.

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