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Interview With Charles Woodson & Moon’s A.Q. Shipley

On this week’s episode of The Food Podcast, host Brian Gulish interviews Moon Township native (Moon Area High School) and current center for the Arizona Cardinals, A.Q. Shipley, as well as 1997 Heisman Trophy winner, Charles Woodson.

In Miami For Super Bowl LIV

A trip to Miami to take part in the Taste of the NFL’s Party and much more. Interviews with Tony Dorsett, A.Q. Shipley and more.

New Pittsburgh Based Social Media Start Up

Trend Teams, LLC, a Pittsburgh based social media start up, similar to fantasy sports games like football or baseball, has partnered with Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank to help feed people in need.

Trend Teams (www.trendteams.com) is sponsoring The Food Podcast (available on the TribLive Podcast Network) on location in Miami, Florida during Super Bowl LIV weekend.

Each game involves picking a roster of 10 influencers, with a $20,000 budget. The more socially active the public figure, the more expensive the salary.


Pitt Basketball Coach Jeff Capel On Nutrition For Athletes

University of Pitt men’s basketball coach, Jeff Capel, joins the podcast to talk to host Brian Gulish about the importance of student athletes being aware and exposed to healthy foods.


Feeding America

This week, Feeding America Chief Marketing Officer Cathy Davis joined host Brian Gulish on the Food Podcast to discuss innovative ways that food banks across the country are trying to better communicate their mission.

Locally, 1 in 7 people (300,000) in Southwest Pennsylvania are food insecure according to Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank.

Over the course of the past decade, Feeding America has been working to adjust to consumer behavior when it comes to marketing and communicating with the public.


Cycle Of Hunger & Poor Health

Erin Spangler, nutrition and wellness coordinator at Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank, joined host Brian Gulish on this week’s episode of the Food Podcast. In her role, Spangler oversees creating nutrition education resources, including monthly newsletters and recipe cards.

The Food Bank works closely with its network of pantries to provide resources promoting healthy options, with nutritional messaging for better communication.


Rule Change Could Result in About 700,000 People Losing Benefits

On episode 13 of the Food Podcast, Brian Gulish is joined by Adam Morgan, Advocacy Coordinator at Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank, as he explains what this rule change means, the anticipated impacts and the potential future of the program.

The rule change pertains to SNAP participants who are considered able-bodied, without dependents and between the ages of 18 and 49.


TABLE Magazine Founder On Thriving Food Markets

“Markets that thrive in all the important categories associated with population growth, education, and job sustainability are thriving food markets,” said Christina French, founder of TABLE Magazine.

As part of her efforts, French hosted the third-annual TABLE Magazine Western Pennsylvania Lamb Cook-off in September. The event included 10 teams of chefs from Pittsburgh’s most prominent restaurants, preparing various lamb dishes, with proceeds benefiting the Food Bank.