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Food Faultlines by Aisle Mine

Food Faultlines by Aisle Mine

By Food Faultlines
Join our host, Kiana Estevez, on a bi-weekly journey interviewing food and beverage creators from around the world.

We are here to amplify voices of food creators of all shapes and seasonings. These food conversations are the seeds to transformation within ourselves and our relationship with other people. It's time to redefine who a chef is and where their kitchen is.
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Food Faultlines by Aisle Mine

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A Wise Dietician Once Told Me... With Jessica Jaeger
The journey from overcoming an eating disorder to nourishing your body should never be one to embark on your own. Dietician Jessica Jaeger explains how important it is to know your own body and its’ relationship with food, and the coping mechanisms she used throughout her own journey. Feeling hungry? Don't forget to grab your tickets for our monthly workshop, Cannabis Cooking 101 with chef Alesia McCloud. Visit our website for more monthly workshops and customized cooking classes with professional chefs around the world. Credits Food Faultlines is hosted by Kiana Estevez, founder of Aisle Mine. Food Faultlines was produced by Marissa McMinn, Jenny Tungsubutra, and Rachael Buchwalter. Music Intro - Fly Away by Mountaineer Outro - Alleyways by Color Parade
19:50
November 2, 2021
Yes, we CANNABIS!
Feel like a lil something is missing from your day-to-day cooking? Tune into private chef Teyna Clevenger and how she brings her niche kitchen flavors to the undeniably booming cannabis industry. Clevenger explains to us the challenges as well as the benefits she faces in the big world of cannabis. Feeling hungry? Don't forget to grab your tickets for our monthly workshop, Cannabis Cooking 101 with chef Alesia McCloud. Visit our website for more monthly workshops and customized cooking classes with professional chefs around the world. Credits Food Faultlines is hosted by Kiana Estevez, founder of Aisle Mine. Food Faultlines was produced by Marissa McMinn, Jenny Tungsubutra, and Rachael Buchwalter. Music Intro - Fly Away by Mountaineer Outro - Alleyways by Color Parade
36:50
October 19, 2021
Let's Spill Some American Liber(tea)
After all, do we have to cook turkey on Thanksgiving? Korean-American chef Eliana Lee explains how the transition from childhood to adulthood helped her understand more about ‘American’ cuisine. There truly are a myriad of cultures that encompass what makes up the America we live in today. Feeling hungry? Don't forget to grab your tickets for our monthly workshop, Cannabis Cooking 101 with chef Alesia McCloud. Visit our website for more monthly workshops and customized cooking classes with professional chefs around the world. Credits Food Faultlines is hosted by Kiana Estevez, founder of Aisle Mine. Food Faultlines was produced by Marissa McMinn, Jenny Tungsubutra, and Rachael Buchwalter. Music Intro - Fly Away by Mountaineer Outro - Alleyways by Color Parade
41:28
October 5, 2021
Infus(ioned) with Chef Adrian Kombe
As a mixed race chef, Adrian Kombe explains how his cooking endeavors include a wide variety in his flavor profile. From his Zambian and German heritage to cuisines of his fascination such as Korean and Vietnamese dishes, Kombe highlights how culture really can be intertwined into the food we eat. Feeling hungry? Don't forget to grab your tickets for our monthly workshop, Cannabis Cooking 101 with chef Alesia McCloud. Visit our website for more monthly workshops and customized cooking classes with professional chefs around the world. Credits Food Faultlines was produced by Marissa McMinn, Jenny Tungsubutra, and Rachael Buchwalter. Music Intro - Fly Away by Mountaineer Outro - Alleyways by Color Parade
25:52
September 21, 2021
You and Me Talk Gluten Free with Chef Benita Gomez
With the plethora of gluten-free options available in today’s world, celiac chef Benita Gomez explains about how she took advantage of an opportunity when diagnosed with this chronic illness. Got a chocolate or sweet craving? Tune into hearing more about Gomez’s journey into producing chocolates, confections and pastries for those with allergen restrictions and dietary needs. To learn more about Chef Benita's current projects, check out her Instagram or visit amoredimona.com. Feeling hungry? Don't forget to grab your tickets for our monthly workshop, Cannabis Cooking 101 with chef Alesia McCloud. Visit our website for more monthly workshops and customized cooking classes with professional chefs around the world. Credits Food Faultlines was produced by Marissa McMinn, Jenny Tungsubutra, and Rachael Buchwalter. Music Intro - Fly Away by Mountaineer Outro - Alleyways by Color Parade
26:19
September 7, 2021
Let The Beet Drop - Trailer
Season 1, Episode 1 Drops On Tuesday, September 7th Join our host, Kiana Estevez, on a bi-weekly journey interviewing food and beverage creators from around the world. We are here to amplify voices of food creators of all shapes and seasonings. These food conversations are the seeds to transformation within ourselves and our relationship with other people. It's time to redefine who a chef is and where their kitchen is.
00:22
August 20, 2021