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Aplicaciones móviles y el futuro del trabajo

Cerramos nuestra mini-serie en colaboración con Parsons School of Design con un vistazo al mundo laboral de la comida en el futuro. Sabemos que el trabajo facilitado por las aplicaciones ...

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Bursting Bubbles: From Shortages to Seltzer

When you think of bubbles, what pops into your mind? Is it rainbow colored soap? Carbonated soda? Perhaps even social distancing bubbles? 

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Trading Futures: Borders, Automation, the Dark Web, and the New Silk Road

It’s the final episode of our series on global trade, and we’ve got our eyes set on the future.

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Sweet Temptations: How Sugar Captivated Tastebuds and Global Trade

The desire for sweetness is biologically hardwired in humans, according to Dr. Gary Beauchamp, longtime former director and president of the Monell Chemical Senses Center.

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From The Silk Road to a Globalized World: An Introduction To Trade

Trade is innately human. Whether it’s baseball cards, lunchbox items or recipes, people have been exchanging goods, services, practices, and ideas since prehistoric times. Driven by curio...

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Southeast Asian Influences on Midwestern Foodways

Host Capri S. Cafaro is joined by an inspiring lineup of guests who will share their insights on how Southeast Asian immigrants have impacted the Midwestern food landscape. Dr.

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Scandinavian, Germanic and Northern European Influences on Midwestern Foodways

This week's episode showcases the culinary traditions of Scandinavian, Germanic and Northern European immigrants into the American Midwest.

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DeVonn Francis on Being a Chef and Artist in Equal Measure

On today’s show I talk to chef, artist, model, photographer DeVonn Francis about food as art, the idea of expansiveness and hospitality.

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Ming Pu at Charleston Wine + Food 2020

Eli Sussman, host of The Line connected with Louisville, KY based chef, Ming Pu. They explored Ming’s personal history, moving with his family from Taiwan to British Columbia before event...

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Michael Marsh and Rudy Arredondo on Farm Workers and Employers at Slow Food Nations 2019

Kat Johnson spoke with Rudy Arredondo and Michael Marsh about agricultural policy and how they work together in our nation’s capital to advocate for farm workers and employers.