Spotlight on Eastern European and Jewish Influences on Midwestern Foodways
This episode of Eat Your Heartland Out is dedicated to capturing the impact of Eastern European and Jewish immigrants on the development of Midwestern food and flavors. Recognizing that these categories of immigrants are vast and varied in origin and cultural traditions, host Capri Cafaro welcomes two guests who aim to share a snapshot of how these diverse ethnic groups impacted the way we eat in the American Midwest. Capri's guests are Jeff Miller , Associate Professor at Colorado State University and Ellen Steinberg, author of From The Jewish Heartland: Two Centuries of Midwest Foodways
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