My guest on the podcast today is Carlos Henriques, one of the three founders of Restaurant Nolla, Finland’s first zero-waste restaurant.
My guest on the podcast today is Minna Kaljonen, a research professor at the Finnish Environment Institute. She also works with the “Just Food” project carried out in Finland.
My guest on the podcast today is Bettina Lindfors, a project manager for the New Nordic Food Programme. In this episode, Bettina and I talked about the New Nordic Food Manifesto, published in 2004 and signed by chefs from all the Nordic countries and the problems of the food system in general and Finland.
My guest on the podcast today is Piia Jallinoja, professor of health sociology at the University of Tampere.
My guest on the podcast today is Amanda Hajnal representing Slow Food Helsinki, one of the five local chapters of Slow Food International in Finland.
My Dear Kitchen in Helsinki podcast is one year old today! On 17.8.2020, I shared the news and the first episode on Youtube and later published on Itunes and Spotify.
My guests on the podcast today is Roosa Heinilä and Annika Hannus, founders of Mettä Nordic brand. Roosa and Annika is introducing flavours from Finnish forest and the Nordic diet globally and in Finland through their brand.
My guest on the podcast today is Anna Nyman, a wild food foraging enthusiast who shares her knowledge on foraging through workshops, webinars and books. I met Anna when I joined her wild herb foraging walk in Mustikkamaa (Helsinki) about a month ago.
My Dear Kitchen In Helsinki is a blog where I share recipes, interviews, food-related events and many other things since 2013. And now, since August 2020, it is the name of my podcast, which is a series of interviews with researchers, practitioners, activists, local producers and anyone else who are working on food-related issues.