From the challenges of cooking with minimal dorm appliances to the nostalgia for a home-cooked meal, this week’s Meat and Three takes us to the college campus dining hall. We will learn how to make a delicious meal out of one’s favorite mug and microwave and the lengths one will go to for a beloved family meal. We will also explore the difficulty of finding culturally relevant food on campus, as well as the often unspoken reality of food insecurity for students and one man’s mission to end hunger around the world.
You can hear all about the College of the Ozarks’ Experiential Culinary Education program on Episode 35 of Eat Your Heartland Out.
Learn more about Dr. Amy Bentley’s research here.
Listen to Joelle’s full appearance on My Family Recipe and read her original essay on Food 52.
For more of Candace Davison’s dorm cooking expertise, check out The Easy College Cookbook and The Collegiate Cook.
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