Category: San Diego

22: Food Fight: Good to You, or Good for You

There is a ton of talk about the benefits of healthy eating. But, is anyone listening? Physician, Elizabeth Sage Epstein breaks down the facts about what a heart-healthy diet really means, and the challenges of getting the public to buy the concept.

6: Homestead Solana Beach

Meet Jamie and Marie, a dynamic couple who have built great businesses based on their belief that good food should be humble and comforting. These two are firmly committed to sourcing great ingredients, and letting those ingredients shine by “getting out of their way.” Learn about this team’s journey from event planners to caterers to restaurateurs, as they raised a family and stayed true to their core values about food.

http://www.instagram.com/homesteadsolanabeach
https://www.homesteadsolanabeach.com/

5: Changing Tides with Becky Mendoza

Meet the co-founder and Executive Director of Changing Tides, a group of adventurous female change-makers that team up with local organizations globally to raise awareness and address social, environmental, health and safety concerns. In this episode Becky talks about her evolution as an advocate and shares tips for a zero-waste lifestyle that are easy and accessible to all. She also shares about her work with The Community Compost Movement, and gives us the scoop on how we can compost at home! Huge thanks to Becky Mendoza for taking the time to tell this inspiring story!

@actionsportslaw
@changingtidesfoundation
www.changingtidesfoundation.org

21: A Prodigal Son Returns, Part 2

Today we interview National City native, Philip Esteban and chart his meteoric rise from San Diego to some of the top restaurants in the world.

Filipino Cuisine Takes a Step Up as Phillip Esteban talks about his new National City venture that seeks to revolutionize local Filipino dining.

40: Your Questions, Answered

Dennis answers questions from listeners on FaceBook as his producer Danielle reads them off.

20: A Prodigal Son Returns, Part 1

Today we interview National City native, Philip Esteban and chart his meteoric rise from San Diego to some of the top restaurants in the world.

Filipino Cuisine Takes a Step Up as Phillip Esteban talks about his new National City venture that seeks to revolutionize local Filipino dining.

4: Know Your Farmer – Pasture Bird with Paul Grieve

Meet Farmer Paul, a former Marine Corps officer and accountant who grew tired of BS labels and green-washing and decided to make a change in the poultry industry. Now that largest pasture poultry producer in the US, Paul and his Pasturebird family are passionate about raising animals the right way. Hear about how his farming practices contribute to human and environmental health, and how we can all make better choices as consumers of local and responsibly raised meats.
Paul says:
“My vision has less to do with size and more to do with impact. I want to leave a positive mark on global agriculture. I want to see environmentally destructive factory farming come to an end. I want to see antibiotics, especially prophylactic antibiotic use, come to and end – preferably before a major outbreak of antibiotic resistance caused by livestock. I want to see a future that’s regenerative, where manure is an asset and not a liability. Where we’re building soil organic matter, producing a nutrient dense chicken, and giving animals a high level of welfare that we can be proud of and transparent to.”

Website: http://www.pasturebird.com
Instagram: pasturebird

39: AC75 Update

Bill Trenkle, Inductee to the National Sailing Hall of Fame, joins Dennis live in studio!

3: WellFed in San Diego with Chef Phillip Esteban

This locally-driven chef has been a force in the SD culinary scene! Chef Esteban grew up in National City and studied culinary arts in San Diego. After launching his career at The Guild in Barrio Logan, Craft & Commerce, and Tender Greens, Esteban traveled to New York City to cook at David Chang’s famed Momofuku Ssam Bar. Upon his return to San Diego, he worked at Nine-Ten before helping to open The Cork & Craft in Rancho Bernardo. In 2016, Esteban joined CH Projects (Born & Raised, Ironside) as the group’s research and development chef. He has been a supporter of local farms, fishermen and non-profits, and last weekend he was a featured chef at the Berry Good Food + Coastal Roots Farm collaboration, ‘Revive our Roots.’

Chef’s next project, WellFed, will take him back to his roots as he returns to National City to create a restaurant project that will be inspired by his Filipino heritage and his goal of giving back to the city where he grew up. Meet the WellFed team and learn about their plans to integrate into their community and build a culture fed by creativity, inclusivity, and delicious Filipino food!
https://www.instagram.com/experiencewellfed/

2: Growing a Food Movement

To launch our new podcast, ‘Growing a Food Movement,’ we have brought together a great representation of our Berry Good Board of Directors, and are excited to share our story. Berry Good Food is comprised of an all-volunteer board of local food advocates and enthusiasts. We want to make sure ALL members of our community understand the importance of and have access to healthy food. We also believe that local food is often best for our bodies and for our environment, and we want to empower and connect individuals to make good food choices.