Elders: Communities, Rituals, and Legacy
Many of us probably have family recipes that have been passed down from generation to generation. These recipes, which have transcended time, are a reminder of how elders in our family tree continue to have lasting influences on our lives, even and especially in a time of isolation.
Decolonizing our Thanksgiving Tables and Food Narratives
With Thanksgiving right around the corner, we’ve been thinking about the many ways this holiday bolsters colonial narratives, as well as opportunities to push back on them. This episode spotlights individual people, dishes and ingredients that are decolonizing our food system.
A Very Gilliard Thanksgiving
This week, Matthew shares one of his favorite Thanksgiving recipes: oyster dressing. You can’t make great oyster dressing, without great oysters. In the first half of the show, hear an interview with Thomas Bliss, the Director of The Shellfish Research Laboratory in Brunswick.
Couples in Farming: Warren and Keisha Cameron
This episode is one part of a two-part series about couples who farm together. Matthew is intimately familiar with the dynamics of building a life and stewarding the land with your significant other. In this episode and the next, he seeks out stories and advice from others.