Podcasts Edible Alphabet

G is for Green Tea

Episode: 7

Tune in for a special series on the history of food, brought to you one letter at a time. In this piece, take in the history of Green Tea!

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J is for James Beard

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James Andrew Beard was an American cookbook author, teacher, syndicated columnist and television personality. Beard was a champion of American cuisine who taught and mentored generations of professional chefs and food enthusiasts. On today's Edible Alphabet, Ashley Koziak talks about this famous figure in food history.

I is for Italian American Cuisine

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It is well known that America has a wide variety of cuisine. One of the most well known cuisine's is Italian cuisine. Listen to this episode of Edible Alphabet as Ashley Koziak dives into it's history in the United States. 

H is for Hamburger

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Today, Ashley Koziak discusses one of, most popular foods in America, the hamburger.

G is for General Mills

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Join Ashley Koziak on Edible Alphabets as she discusses the multinational manufacturer and marketer, General Mills.

L is for Lincoln Thanksgiving

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With Thanksgiving right around the corner, tune in as Ashley Koziak details the history behind this wonderful holiday.

K is for Ketchup

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On this episode of the Edible Alphabet, Ashley Koziak discusses one of the most popular condiments used in America, ketchup.

F is for Fannie Farmer

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On this episode of Edible Alphabet, our host, Ashley Kosiak discusses the history of, Fannie Farmer.

E is for Egg Cream

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On this episode of Edible Alphabet, our host, Ashley Kosiak discusses the history of, Egg Creams.