EP 36 Feminism at the Kitchen Counter Listen now (32 min) | From Betty Crocker to Julia Child
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EP 40: Sailing the Umami Seas - Fishy Origins of an Ancient Recipe, Proper Pronunciation of a Pantry Staple, and our favorite Bloody MarysListen now (26 min) | In the latest episode of our “What’s in Your Pantry” series, Leigh and Kim plunge into the stories of two flavorful pantry staples…
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EP 41: Brothers in Spoons: Odd Intersections of Food, Military, and WarListen now (29 min) | In today’s As We Eat episode, Leigh and Kim explore how the realms of food and military intersect, both in times of war and in…
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EP 44 Look to the Cookie! Black & White Cookies, Racial Harmony, and the Impact of Food In MediaListen now (25 min) | Long before President Obama talked about the Unity Cookie, comedian Jerry Seinfeld urged the Seinfeld audience to look to the…
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Invasions, Colonization and Babar the Elephant
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What’s in Your PantryListen now | Food Label Dates and Major Grey’s Chutney
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EP 42: Red // Yellow // Green: the Multi-Colored Food Traditions of JuneteenthListen now (23 min) | As We Eat turns our attention to the food culture of Juneteenth National Independence Day (or Juneteenth) - a long cherished…
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Diners, Train Stops, and Good Manners
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EP 45 Cookbooks: the Guardians of Cuisine and Culture Listen now (28 min) | No. 4 in our Kitchen Technology series
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Ep 37 From the Kitchen to the Voting Booth Listen now (32 min) | Suffrage for Women and Community Cookbooks
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EP 39: Fisherman's Stew - A Savory Representation of Region, Culture, and Flavors Listen now (36 min) | Hunting, gathering, and fishing have played significant roles in the development of human culture. Thanks to a topic suggested by…
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SPECIAL EPISODE: Spanish-Style Filipino Cocido and the Comfort of Home CookingListen now | Listen as Betty Ann shares her memories of a special childhood Sunday meal, how it become a touchstone for her family in America, and some…
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