Either Side Eaters: What Makes Food Go Viral? With Sophia Roe
If you like this show, head right on over to the Either Side Eaters show page, where you can find more episodes.Co-hosts Jen Phanomrat and Katie Quinn discuss the history and concept of "cucina povera" (making the most from simple, seasonal ingredients); Anna Maggio's Under the Olive Tree; and how we can see hints of this "poor cooking" approach in viral food trends today. Later on, chef and VICE Counter Space's Sophia Roe joins to talk food as a tool for social change.Special thanks to our listener Leo for your question and Brian Quinn (@bqfunk) for our theme music.Got a Q for us? Record a voice memo and send it here for a chance to be featured!
Co-hosts Jen Phanomrat and Katie Quinn discuss the history and concept of "cucina povera" (making the most from simple, seasonal ingredients); Anna Maggio's Under the Olive Tree; and how we can see hints of this "poor cooking" approach in viral food trends today. Later on, chef and VICE Counter Space's Sophia Roe shares why equal access greater representation is important even—especially—in food. Special thanks to our listener Leo for your question and Brian Quinn (@bqfunk) for our theme music.Got a Q for us? Record a voice memo and send it here for a chance to be featured!
Ep 3: Surviving Trauma & Finding Gratitude: Sophia Roe - Eating in Isolation
Eating In Isolation
In this episode, Sue and Sara sit down with renowned chef, food writer and wellness advocate Sophia Roe. Through the beauty of food, she challenges the food industry status quo, advocating for more equitable food systems. She shares her experiences in the foster care system, tenacious journey to becoming a chef and the self-awareness and gratitude practice which has brought her sustainable healing from abuse and trauma. After the interview, Sara shares additional tools to practice daily. To support our podcast: anchor.fm/eatinginisolation instagram.com/sophia_roe instagram.com/careofchan instagram.com/sueperchan solomontherapy.com email@example.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/eatinginisolation/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/eatinginisolation/support
Food, Feelings, and Falling in Love with New York ft. Sophia Roe
“I have a story. It’s hard, it’s gnarly but what I’m doing with it - that’s the work.”- Sophia RoeThis week, I’m bringing back one of my favorite episodes with chef and storyteller Sophia Roe! Sophia’s wisdom, humor and excitement for life are all so refreshing and a joy to witness. Her experience growing up with a mother who suffered from substance abuse, learning to love and embrace her brown skin, and ultimately becoming a chef determined to make food more accessible and enjoyable for all is truly remarkable. Tune in to hear us talk about the correlation between skin and food, curly hair (which she just cut off by the way!), her stint at MILK Makeup, and the lack of diversity within the wellness industry. Link to Products/Resources Mentioned: Beauty: Matthew Miller Skin, The Nue Co. Topical-C, Ziip Beauty, D.S. & Durga Rose Atlantic, Koh Gen Do Foundation, BeautyCounter Eyeliner, Laura Mercier Eyeshadow Sticks, Kjaer Weis Cream Blush, Glossier Boy Brow (Clear), Rituel de Fille Concealer, Weleda Sensitive Skin Facial Moisturizer, Surreal Skincare, Vive Sauna SPF, Waso Gentle Cleanser, Cosmedix Purity Clean, DevaCurl Heaven in Hair, Violette_FRResources: Food & Feelings with Sophia Roe (Cherry Bomb), Hemp Oil, Palo Santo Oil, See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Chef Sophia Roe on Redefining the Pillars of Wellness and Unlocking Genuine Connections Through Design
Sophia Roe wants us all to have a conversation. By inspiring an open dialogue, she’s bending the idea of what wellness really means, pushing the boundaries of every industry she touches. Most recently, it has been through her Vice TV series, Counter Space, which weaves a narrative around where culture, food, community, sustainability, racial justice, and storytelling meet. Beyond cooking delicious, beautiful food and lending focus to its impact on health and well-being, Sophia is a spiritual powerhouse who wants to show you how to nourish and care for your soul—tapping into balance and what makes you feel good, which extends to your home, your surroundings, and the items you choose to touch every day. Listen in as she brings awareness to the topics of food insecurity, welfare, shelter, and body positivity in a way that is approachable and empowering and inspires action.
Sophia Roe | More Than One Thing with Athena Calderone
More Than One Thing with Athena Calderone
Sophia Roe is one of those people who seems to have been born to break moulds. In this episode, the chef, wellness expert, educator, and speaker sits down to talk about her remarkable life-- from spending her childhood in foster care and not knowing where her next meal would come from, to starring in and producing her own show, Counter Space, on Vice. Through it all, Sophia has been carried by her belief in imagination, never letting fear, or lack of experience, stop her from trying everything. Tune in to hear about making best friends with imposter syndrome, choosing to be grateful even for the most painful moments, scheduling time for crying, and always finding moments for playfulness-- like and walking across the Brooklyn Bridge… backwards.
#14 The Need for Food Equality with Chef Sophia Roe
In this week’s episode of This Moment, Jason and Marcus discuss America’s continued uproar for justice after the Jacob Blake shooting and the NBA’s response. Chef and wellness advocate Sophia Roe joins the show this week to share her upbringing and nuanced style of cooking. They discuss community wellness and what the terms “food desert” and “food apartheid” mean. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Sophia Roe, Chef, Wellness Advocate and Food & Feelings Enthusiast, joins Lo to discuss how she found a career in food, the importance of food equity and accessibility, and how we can be supportive of marginalized communities.
Episode 20 | How to Speak Your Mind with Welfare Advocate & Chef Sophia Roe
Our last guest of Season 2! Sophia Roe is a fierce food and feelings advocate sharing so much of what's on her mind via social media she's developed an inspired community of followers that tune in daily to hear what she has to say. Having experienced the foster care system at a young age, Sophia shares her stories of self-discovery, trauma, and motivation in this uplifting and honest episode of the Conscious Kitchen. Learn about Sophia's path to becoming a chef in New York City, her insight into interracial relationships, what fuels her passion, and where she sees her career and life heading next. Find Sophia on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sophia_roe Follow Conscious Kitchen Instagram! https://www.instagram.com/consciouskitchenpod This episode is sponsored by Outerknown. A sustainable clothing company by pro surfer Kelly Slater. Listen for an exclusive 25% off listener discount code to be used at: https://www.outerknown.com/ Like this episode? Leave us a review on Apple and share!