Living Teal™: At the Table With FARE
Living Teal: At the Table With FARE provides engaging conversation that shares key tips for daily living including a special focus on living with, or caring for someone with, food allergies. Each episode aims to educate and engage the audience, bringing together experts, influencers, personalities and educators to discuss today’s most pressing issues.
Back To School
Grillin’ and Chillin’ with Chef David Rose
Brothers Gonna Work It Out
The Heroes of Food Allergies - MOMS!
Get Up, Stand Up, Speak Up – Being a Food Allergy Advocate
National Nutrition Month: Personalize MyPlate
Valentine's Edition - Dating and Food Allergies
Episode 16: Back to School
Guest: Brett Fox, Leader of the Northern Virginia Food Allergy Support Group and PTA President at Herndon Middle School
August 2, 2021
Join our guest, Brett Fox, as we discuss all things Back to School in 2021. After a tumultuous school year in 2020, we discuss what it will be like for our children to go back to in person school, the excitement, and also the anxiety that goes along with it for the food allergy community and how to be prepared. Brett is the Leader of the Northern Virginia Food Allergy Support Group and PTA President at Herndon Middle School.
Episode 15: Grillin’ and Chillin’ with Chef David
Guest: Chef David Rose, Food Network Personality
July 5, 2021
We officially kick-off summer grilling season with one of our favorite celebrities – Chef David Rose. Chef Rose shares with our co-hosts Tiffany Leon and Jason Linde his experience with food allergies while taping a television program and why his dynamic and fun personality is worthy of the nickname, the “People’s Chef.” In between, Tiffany, Jason and Chef Rose share a lot of laughs, some unique grilling tips and a salute to New Jersey. This episode is sure to put a smile on your face and is brought to you by The Safe + Fair Food Company.
Episode 14: Brothers Gonna Work It Out – Featuring the B.U.F.F. Dudes
Guest: Hudson White & Brandon White – Founders of B.U.F.F Dudes
April 5, 2021
This episode features our two favorite fitness influencers – Brandon and Hudson White, a.k.a. the B.U.F.F. Dudes, who share with our co-hosts Tiffany Leon and Jason Linde their perspectives on exercise, avoiding the top 9 allergens and a whole lot more. You’ll hear about how they got started, their thoughts on managing allergies and healthy diets, as well as common-sense ways to work-out this summer. We then welcome FARE’s CEO, Lisa Gable, to discuss the “food as medicine” movement as well as Lisa’s own fitness routines. You won’t want to miss this fun and fact-filled episode.
Episode 13: The Heroes of Food Allergies - MOMS!
Guest: Marci Heit, professional voiceover artist and mother, is the founder of Q.D. Foodie
April 5, 2021
Being a mom is one of the best jobs, and also one of the most stressful and exhausting jobs. Now add food allergies to the equation and things can get even more challenging, but fear not, today we are going to speak to a warrior mom, Marci Heit, food allergy super mom!
Episode 12: Get Up, Stand Up, Speak Up – Being a Food Allergy Advocate
Guests: Maeve Willis and Christina McCauley
April 5, 2021
If you or a loved one has food allergies, you are forced to become an advocate. Tiffany and Jason are joined by two food allergy advocates, Maeve Willis and Christina McCauley, as they discuss what advocacy looks like – both personally and professionally – and hear about the different ways the food allergy community can create a better life for themselves and their families, now and in the future.
Social Work Master's Student & Food Allergy advocate
Senior Policy Advisor at U.S. House of Representatives
Episode 11: National Nutrition Month: Personalize MyPlate
Guests: Nicole Ciuppa, Sherry Coleman Collins, Owen Osbourne
March 8, 2021
Join us this month as we celebrate National Nutrition Month. This year’s theme is Personalize Your Plate – something the FARE community is no stranger to in managing their food allergies. We will be speaking to 2 Registered Dietitians who will highlight tips and tricks to balance healthy eating and food allergies across all ages, and a young chef who’s food allergies inspire him in the kitchen to show that being safe doesn’t mean being boring. This episode is full of flavor, so tune in today!
Nicole Ciuppa is a registered dietitian certified in food allergy management who founded Nutritionally Nicole, LLC where she provides virtual nutrition counseling and advocates for the food allergy community.
Sherry Coleman Collins
Registered Dietitian, National Peanut Board Award winning registered dietitian nutritionist passionate about making the delicious choice the healthy choice and converting the science of nutrition into bite-size nuggets for consumers and professionals. Professional areas of interest include food allergies, digestive health, and culinary nutrition. Writer, speaker, social media savvy, recipe developer, podcaster and lover of good food.
Instagram and Twitter via @PeanutRD and @DietitianSherry.
She also has a new handle on IG to help share evidence-based information about managing food allergies (beyond just peanut) - @FoodAllergyNutrition.
Owen Osborne is an award-winning chef and actor. He is the winner of Michelle Obama's Healthy Lunchtime Challenge (2016), Uncle Ben's ® Beginner contest (2017), Healthiest Kid Chef in America (2018), and Chopped Junior finalist (2019). Owen made his acting debut at age 5 in community theater. He fell in love with exploring characters, and eventually expanded his career from stage to screen. Owen made his new media debut as The Child in Sarcastic Actor (2019), appeared as Jack in the short film The Painting (2019), and landed several regional and national commercials. Owen makes his feature film debut in The Place We Hide (2020), and delves into the supernatural world as the mysterious French-speaking Fabien Chamoy in the thriller series La Laurie Parrish (2021). When he isn’t acting or cooking, he can be found competing on his city & state swim teams, writing for Chop Chop Magazine, serving in youth ministry at church, volunteering with his chapter of the National Junior Honor Society, and being an advocate for allergy-safe food options in school cafeterias and restaurants
Insta and FB - @theowenosborne
Any publicly released film and tv appearances will be announced on imdb
Episode 10: Valentine's Edition - Dating and Food Allergies
Guests: Nathan Hwang, Shandee Chernow, Dr. Jennifer Kim
February 8, 2021
Our February episode is Valentine's Day themed, so we'll be talking about dating with food allergies and how to overcome challenges that may arise.
College student at Dartmouth University
Founder of CertiStar
Dr. Jennifer Kim
Dr. Jennifer Kim is an allergist/immunologist in Wilmette, IL and is affiliated with multiple hospitals in the area, including Evanston Hospital, Highland Park Hospital, Glenbrook Hospital, and NorthShore Skokie Hospital.
Episode 9: At the Holiday Table With FARE Featuring Chefs Simon Majumdar, Leslie Durso and Ali Khan
Guests: Chefs Simon Majumdar, Leslie Durso and Ali Khan
December 3, 2020
The holidays are here! And because the holidays are basically synonymous with food, FARE is dedicating an entire episode to all the yummy things – with a holiday spin! Joining this delicious conversation are FARE’s good friends and frequent FARE SWAP contributors, Chefs Leslie Durso, Ali Khan, and Simon Majumdar.
Don’t forget to follow our chefs! Chef Simon is online at @SimonMajumdar or on his own podcast, Eat My Globe, at www.eatmyglobe.com; Chef Ali Khan is at @AliKhanEats, or as he hosts #BestThing IEverAte on the Food Network and #CheapEats on The Cooking Channel; and, Chef Leslie Durso can be found at @LeslieDurso or online at www.lesliedurso.com.
Episode 8: Who Is the Food Allergy Consumer and Why Is Product Labeling So Important? A Conversation With Geoff Freeman of the Consumer Brands Association Featuring a FARE SWAP With Chef Simon Majumdar
Guests: Geoff Freeman, President and CEO, the Consumer Brands Association, and Simon Majumdar, Chef, Food and Travel Author, and Food Television Personality
November 19, 2020
FARE recently released compelling research looking into the food allergy consumer and their shopping habits. We found that many spend 3-5 minutes looking at a product label before deciding whether to purchase or not. Joining Lisa Gable to talk about the consumer packaged goods industry, labeling, and information sharing with consumers is Geoff Freeman, president and CEO of the trade group representing those companies, The Consumer Brands Association.
Don't miss the FARE SWAP at the end with Chef Simon Majumdar talking about a takeout dish you can make at home: orange chicken!
Follow Chef Simon on social media at @SimonMajumdar or you can find him on his own podcast, Eat My Globe, at www.eatmyglobe.com.
Note: In this episode, semolina is described as being a product of cassava. Please note that semolina flour is a wheat product. The flour substitute made from cassava is tapioca flour or tapioca starch.
Episode 7: Preventing Food Allergies From the Start: A Conversation With Dr. Ruchi Gupta and Peter Kolchinsky Featuring a FARE SWAP With Ali Khan
Guests: Dr. Ruchi Gupta, Chief Medical Officer for Public Health, FARE; Peter Kolchinsky, Biotechnology Investor, Scientist and Co-Founder, RA Capital Management; and, Ali Khan, Host of Cheap Eats (The Cooking Channel) and Best Thing I Ever Ate (Food Network)
November 5, 2020
FARE recently launched the Start Eating Early Diet (SEED) study in partnership with Northwestern University, Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago, Children's Hospital Colorado, Massachusetts General Hospital, and University of Chicago Medicine. Grounded in the success of the 2015 Learning Early About Peanut Allergy (LEAP) study, SEED will explore the benefits of early introduction to multiple allergenic foods in a more diverse sample of infants. Joining FARE on this episode are lead investigation and FARE Chief Medical Officer for Public Health, Dr. Ruchi Gupta, and Peter Kolchinsky, who with his wife Anna, donated a $2M commitment for this effort, with $1.5M directly linked to a matching donation. Don't miss the FARE SWAP at the end with Chef Ali Khan talking all things nut butters!
Follow SEED via FARE and subscribe to our email mailing list here.
Peter can be followed on Twitter at @PeterKolchinsky.
Follow Chef Ali Khan on social media at @AliKhanEats, or as he hosts #BestThing IEverAte on the Food Network and #CheapEats on The Cooking Channel.
Episode 6: A Conversation on the Relationship Between Bullying and Health Issues With Dr. Gia Rosenblum and Ted Kyle Featuring a FARE SWAP With Chef Simon Majumdar
Guests: Dr. Gianine D Rosenblum, Ted Kyle and Chef Simon Majumdar
October 22, 2020
October is National Bullying Prevention Month. While bullying should never be a part of childhood, it unfortunately often is. At FARE, this month is about raising awareness of bullying but also about promoting kindness, acceptance, and inclusion. Joining FARE on this podcast are psychologist and food allergy mom, Dr. Gianine D. Rosenblum, and Ted Kyle, founder of ConscienHealth. This episode closes out with Chef Simon Majumdar who is all about fall with some seasonally-delicious squash recipes in our latest FARE SWAP!
Ted can be followed on Twitter and Facebook via @ConscienHealth and through blogs posted to ConscienHealth and The Obesity Action Coalition (OAC).
Gia can be followed on Psychology Today if you search for her under Dr. Gianine D. Rosemblum or you can connect with her via LinkedIn.
Chef Simon Majumdar is on social media at @SimonMajumdar or you can find him on his own podcast, Eat My Globe, at www.eatmyglobe.com.
Episode 5: All Things Teal Pumpkin & Halloween With Heather Brooker and a FARE SWAP Featuring Vegan Chef Leslie Durso
Guests: Heather Brooker and Chef Leslie Durso
October 8, 2020
October is officially underway! Whether orange or teal, pumpkins are everywhere and Halloween is top of mind for many Americans wondering what this year’s celebration will look like. For this episode, we are joined by actress, Emmy Award-winning journalist, and host of the popular podcast, Motherhood in Hollywood (motherhoodinhollywood.com), Heather Brooker to talk all things Halloween and Teal Pumpkin. This episode is perfectly complemented by a FARE SWAP featuring Chef Leslie Durso diving into our favorite pumpkin recipes!
You can follow our guests on social media at @HeatherBrooker and @LeslieDurso.
Episode 4: The End of Food Allergy With Dr. Kari Nadeau and Sloan Barnett
Guests: Dr. Kari Nadeau, Sloan Barnett, Ali Khan
September 24, 2020
Thirty-two million Americans currently live with a food allergy. In this episode, FARE sits in on a conversation between physician, researcher, and global food allergies expert Dr. Kari Nadeau and her co-author Sloan Barnett to learn about their brand new book, The End of Food Allergy, a landmark book on preventing, diagnosing, and reversing food allergies with key findings from a premier team of trained experts. This week’s episode also features celebrity chef Ali Khan for a FARE SWAP dedicated to all things sandwiches!
Guests: Comedian Matt Friend, FARE Rising Stars Kendra Chapman and Daniel Kadden, Chef Leslie Duro
September 10, 2020
Relationships and dating are never easy but throw in a global public health crisis AND food allergies? In this episode, we are joined by comedian Matt Friend and two of FARE's Rising Star leaders to discuss the ins and outs and ups and downs of dating in 2020.
Episode 2: Learning in the Era of COVID-19
Guests: Julie Gunlock, Megan Lavin, Chef Leslie Durso
August 27, 2020
It’s Back to School season and education is on everyone’s mind these days -- possibly more than most years. Children all over the globe have either already begun their fall semesters or are preparing to get started and this year is unlike any other. In this episode, we are joined by two incredible women with great perspectives on the topic of learning in 2020.
Episode 1: Diversity and Health Disparities in Food Allergy and Across America
Guests: Dr. Ruchi Gupta, Reverend Karen Webster Parks, Chef Simon Majumdar
August 24, 2020
Diversity is top of mind today. More specifically, the disparities in our health system and communities. We know that trust must have a seat at the table. In this episode, we are joined by two amazing women leaders who have spent their careers behind the scenes building bridges and creating trusted relationships that drive sustainable and actionable results designed to support every individual’s needs.