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This ground-breaking Spanish-language show is about food in all its lifeforms, exploring traditions, culture, music, and personal stories. Mariana Velasquez and Diego Senior, both New York residents from Colombia, welcome guests ranging from designers and artists to chefs and line cooks to consider how food intersects with life and art. Segments include "El Tuétano" (roughly translating to "the bone marrow") which features interviews with people working behind the scenes making gastronomy in ...
 
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La salud mental es un problema apremiante en el mundo de la cocina, una industria conocida por el ambiente de alto estrés y presión. Hablamos con una chef que enfrenta este asunto de manera muy personal. La Chef Jezabel Careaga es la fundadora de Fuerza for Humans, donde ofrece recursos de salud mental, tanto como espacios para diálogo y comunidad,…
 
“Ya No Estoy Aquí” es la película que México eligió como su representación a los premios Oscar de La Academia. El director es Fernando Frías, un buen amigo de Buenlimón Radio. La peli muestra la contra cultura de los kolombianos en Monterrey. Ha sido un gran placer para nosotros hablar con Fernando sobre su proceso. "Ya No Estoy Aquí” – “I’m No Lon…
 
Irwin Sánchez es un chef y educador de orígen indígena perteneciente a los nahuas en México. Lleva muchos años en Nueva York enseñando los rituales de su comida y de su idioma natal. La pandemia acabó con parte de su familia en México y con su trabajo en Nueva York. Diego y Mariana lo visitan en su nuevo restaurante pop up en Queens, NY. El restaur…
 
As some parts of the U.S. are re opening in the Covid world, Mariana and Diego's homecountry, Colombia, is still under strict quarantine. One of the largest in the world! Their friend and musician Juan Andrés Ospina worte a song about this never ending sheltered life. A song that went viral. Just like his first hit about how Spanish language oddly …
 
The accomplished California chef Andrés Pantoja is giving 2,000 free meals a night to the same Boys and Girls Club he grew up with. Pantoja traded his job preparing food for big tech entrepreneurs in Palo Alto for this heart warming endeavour. Mariana and Diego had the pleasure of asking him about it... in Spanglish! Heritage Radio Network is a lis…
 
As the coronavirus pandemic swept around the world, multiple reports emerged about infected people losing their sense of taste and smell. And since these two senses are crucial for people in the food world, Mariana and Diego reached out to a few of their colleagues and friends in the New York's food industry to know how it feels, what exactly happe…
 
Access to food, food security and farmers' livelihoods have been a critical matter for many people across the world, but especially during the quarantine caused by COVID-19. In the United States, large agricultural organizations are dumping cheese, milk and meat, mainly due to an unprecedented lack of demand from restaurants. Mariana and Diego visi…
 
On this episode of Buenlimon Radio we had Leticia Landa, a co- author of "We Are La Cocina" Chronicle books 2019 as well as Veronica Salazar, Dilsa Lugo, Dayana and Nafi Flatley. La cocina is a non profit business incubator dedicated to supporting talent, working-class food entrepreneurs, primarily immigrant women and women of color, in building su…
 
A story of pirates, caribbean flair and how a strip joint was turned into a cool restaurant in downtown Miami. Venezuelan Chef Francisco Anton Joins us on this episode of Buenlimon Radio to talk about his new restaurant in Brooklyn and his experiences as a restaurant owner and the obscure magic of the food world. It's HRN's annual summer fund drive…
 
This story begins in the 1970s, when a Mexican chef migrated to northern New York and opened a little restaurant that lasted, unchanged, for over 20 years. When facing extinction, the restaurant found four saviours: the man's 3 daughters and 1 son. The siblings re invented this place and have kept it running together to this day. One of them is the…
 
Chef Oscar del Rivero. Executive chef of Miami´s Jaguar Group. Born and raised in México. After travelling through Europe, he decided to bravely open a the first Latin American food place in Coconut Grove. Even though we ask about his favorite song at the end of the interview, you will know it from the start. Enjoy! Buenlimón Radio is powered by Si…
 
Mariana and Diego recorded this interview just when they moved from Manhattan's Chelsea to Brooklyn's South Williamsburg. They got the most warm of welcomes: a nurturing conversation with with two Colombian female powerhouses in New York's Latin American art scene. One an artist and the other a galerist. Both equally successful and lectured in thei…
 
Fernando Aciar, AKA Fefo, is a creator from the heart and through his hands. The proud owner of the fabulous O Cafe in Manhattan and the ceramics design shop Fefo Studio. Born in the fields of South America, raised by the female cooks of the Argentinian rural towns and weathered by Brazil's Corcovado mountain. His travels and knowledge are only com…
 
The backbone of America's restaurants is made up mostly of immigrants. today Buenlimon pays homage to the life, voice and dreams of the men and women that care, prepare, process the ingredients behind the dishes in all kinds of restaurants across the country. We speak to two of them, both Hondurans, both passionate, solem and warm. They work for th…
 
Bunnie Cakes from Miami and Historias del Ciervo from Colombia are two fascinating bakers whose passion for color, beauty and design has won them Awards such as the Savor Blog awards, workshops all over the world and also have beautiful families. Honored to have them with us sharing their experience and how they ended up here. Mariana Cortez and Ju…
 
Draco Rosa, Estrella de la musica en America Latina--quien se ha recuperado dos veces de cancer y sobrevivido dos trasnaspantes de medula-- nos sorprende con sus relatos de vida. Habla sobre su posicion unos dias antes de las elecciones de medio termino en EEUU y nos comparte canciones de antes con las canciones nuevas de su disco Monte Sagrado. "M…
 
Ella Schmidt, Chef and owner of Maite- a NY Magazine acclaimed restaurant in Bushwick,NY. Born in Colombia to a German father and Colombian mother, Ella moved to the U.S. at the age of fifteen- leaving her tiny town, Victoria in the Caldas region, in the middle of the civil war she grew up in to follow her dream of a different life. This episode is…
 
Our guest today is Chef Grace Ramirez: Miami-born, Venezuela-raised, New York-based chef Grace Ramirez is a tv chef and author of several cook books. Latin American cooking is set to become an exciting new food trend. In her unique cookbook La Latina Grace shares inspirational recipes for every meal as well as fascinating tidbits of information abo…
 
Diego visita a Mirta Rinaldi en Queens NY; ella es una mujer Argentina quien es una cocinera extraordinaria y recibe a personas en su casa los fines de semana para enseñarles sobre la gastronimia de su tierra. Este episodio narra la experiencia que inventó League of Kitchens al reunir a un grupo de mujeres imigrantes de todas partes del mundo para …
 
On this episode of Buenlimón Radio we travel to Hong Kong, explore street food, markets, tea houses & elegant hotel restaurants. At the same time, Diego interviews Irvine Welsh, autor de Trainspotting quien nos habla de su nuevo libro. Buenlimón Radio is powered by SimplecastHeritage Radio Network による
 
En este episodio celebramos la Piña y su esplendor, entrevistamos a una fascinante emprendedora que utiliza las fibras de la piña para crear un textil y les damos unos datos sobre la riqueza cultural de esta fruta. Buenlimón Radio is powered by SimplecastHeritage Radio Network による
 
This week, Mariana and Diego host Buenlimón via Cartagena, Colombia. Guests include Jaime Rodriguez, whose cutting-edge "pop-up" style dinners travel across the country, and Alejandro Ramirez, who worked with Gordon Ramsey and Daniel Boulud before opening his own restaurant in Cartagena, Maria. Mariana and Diego dive deep into the world of all thin…
 
You can grill it, melt it, sweeten it and salt it. Mariana, Diego and Johannes Brahms take us to the world of Cheese! This almost omnipresent ingredient in American cuisine is also a meal on it own and today get two fascinating takes on it: A writer who worked for years at a cheese station in Manhattan's finest grocery stores and a political blogge…
 
We {{HEART}} Chile! Mariana and Diego talk to the amazing Chilean chef Victoria Blamey, who tells her story and her plans after her marvelous work at Chumley's. This journey takes you to the best contemporary Chilean music, the classic sounds of Chilean 80s punk rock and also the voice of a recently deceased poet -better yet, ANTI-poet... Chi-chi-c…
 
Mariana and Diego are back in a new year, with a new season and new friends! Venezuelan politics have invaded Latin America and continue to shock hispanics across the U.S. But the country has so much to offer, particularly in human talent. Our three guests, all Veneuzelan, are an example of this. They embody creativity, style and risktaking latinos…
 
Dear friends! Welcome back to Buenlimón Radio! We are super excited to start this SECON SEASON! Its a new year and a new begining for Mariana and Diego. They are moving to Brooklyn and cooking their first meal in their new place helps them reminisce on the most exciting moments of Buenlimón Radio's first season. The best moments of our very own Bue…
 
On today's episode we discuss the cultural implications of immigrant communities in Queens, New York. A series of interviews realized Katherine Hernandez to street vendors and food makers including Alex "the churro Guy" for the organization Feet in 2 Worlds, which supports the education and training of media professionals in order to advocate for a…
 
For all string music lovers out there, this one's for you... We hang out with Quartetto Tomassini, four powerhouse musicians who have shared stages with the industries most accomplished performers worldwide, including Wynton Marsalis, Michael Jackson, and Bon Jovi. They have an amazing contemporary sound that embraces the rhythms of Cuban and Latin…
 
After broadcasting from Bogotá and Hong Kong, Mariana ends her travels in Manila. She discovers the historic conections between México, The Philippines and Spain, all through the best food. She and Diego call Phd. Ana Gómez-Bravo, in Washington State, to find out more about this bond between language and food... Manila, Brooklyn and Seattle, all co…
 
Mariana continues to travel the world. She co hosts the podcast from Hong Kong, after a pit stop in Milan and previously having broadcasted from Bogota. She explores the beauties of Chinese food and tells us about her Cena Rosa Project, together with Paola Sinisterra. Diego brings in Mexican singer songwriter Marilyn Castillo, who was raised betwee…
 
This week on Buenlimón Radio… We’re going bananas!!!! You guys already know we like to explore food, art and music in Spanish, English and Spanglish and… whatever! So let’s go ahead and do it today through this gorgeous, phallic, colorful, sexy fruit… the banana. Carmen Miranda, Woody Allen, Warhol… The banana is everywhere across art and culture! …
 
In order to run sustainable businesses, that are managed with integrity and consistency we found there is only one way: PASSION, a true conviction to push through against all obstacles and difficulties to make a project wholesome . On today's show we interview a British chef based in Colombia and two entrepreneurs who work with local communities in…
 
On our second episode of Buenlimón Radio, we explore the semiology and the constant precence of watermelons in masterpieces by modern Latin American Artists. Through the colors and texture of this fruit we delve into the meaning of its representation, converse with a couple of experts in art and Mexican gastronomy. This episode is accompanied by th…
 
Cuando la vida te da limones... ¡Haz un show de radio! Este es el primer episodio de Buenlimón Radio. Dedicado a una fruta, a ese cítrico delicioso y jugoso: El limón. El buen limón. Hablamos con el colombiano Freddy Castiblanco, dueño y creador de Terraza 7, ese gran bar de jazz latino en Queens que pronto va a reinventar. La musicalización de hoy…
 
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