Stirring the Pot™ Radio

Bringing together the best minds in food, cooking, nutrition and health to discuss some of the hottest topics from food and agriculture policy to edible sourcing, dietary needs and cooking.

Each show boasts a rock solid guest all to inform and inspire. Get a glimpse of some of Stefanie's favorite shows below and explore the in-depth archive of over 100 shows on WPPB 88.3FM, Long Island's only NPR station.


Stefanie connects with Lorraine Lewandrowski, a lifelong New York State dairy farmer and an attorney practicing environmental and agricultural law who advocates for culinary diversity.


Stefanie connects with two-time James Beard Award-winning culinary authors Karen Page and Andrew Dornenburg, co-writers of The Flavor Bible; Culinary Artistry; What To Drink With What You Eat; and The Vegetarian Flavor Bible.


Stefanie connects with Andy Bellati, MS, RD, Strategic Director for Dietitians for Professional Integrity.


Stefanie connects with nutrition expert Dana Angelo White, MS, RD, ATC and author of First Bites: Superfood for Babies and Toddlers.


Stefanie connects with celebrated chef Paul Gerard, owner of the fabulous Belle Reve in NYC.


Stefanie connects with Dan Gibson and Chip Chipanelli of Grazin Angus Acres to talk true farm to table direct.


Stefanie connects with Diana Rice, RD of Kids Cook Monday, part of the Monday Campaigns.

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Stefanie connects with Leanne Brown, a food-studies scholar, avid home cook and the brains behind Good and Cheap, a collection of recipes for people with limited incomes, particularly those on a $4/day food stamps budget. 

Chef de Cuisine Michael Gallina and team of cooks from  Blue Hill at Stone Barns  aboard FV Sea Wife IV on their 2nd annual Dock to Dish fishing adventure (May 2014)

Stefanie connects with Dan Barber, iconic chef and author of the recently released The Third Plate and Sean Barrett, founder of Dock to Dish to discuss their brain-child, the Restaurant Supported Fishery, the solution for chefs seeking truly sustainable seafood.


Stefanie connects with Weekly Yum partner in crime Rebecca Katz about brain food and her new book, The Healthy Mind Cookbook.