This week on Eating Disorder, Chef Paul Gerard, Crazy Legs Conti, and The Rev Spyro are talking death with Louise de Winter, a creative director for the afterlife known to many as the “Mary Poppins of Death.” With a mission is to disrupt the death industry by ‘doing death differently,’ she believes that by embracing death we can truly embrace life, and leads an in-depth conversation on all things deathly. Louise goes on to school the guys on the most popular last meal for death row prisoners and relays how death might be inevitable but doesn’t have to be gloomy! This program was brought to you by Roberta’s.
“I think the way you die reflects the way you lived.”
“In some cultures, it’s tradition to drink the ashes of your loved ones, so that’s a good idea for a cocktail bar!”
—Louise de Winter on Eating Disorder