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The Fattened Caf

This episode features Darren and Charlene Lopez Young, the owners of The Fattened Caf, based in St. Louis.

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Well Rooted: A Gastronomica Interview with Chef Rob Connoley

This episode is part of a special series in collaboration with Gastronomica: The Journal for Food Studies

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Rob Connoley: Bringing Historic Ozark Cuisine to Life

If you have ever wanted to learn more about the food and culture of the Ozarks, today’s show is for you. We are joined by Rob Connoley, founder of Bulrush in Missouri.

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Beaver, Pancakes and Paczki: Lenten Food Traditions of the Midwest

Fat Tuesday and Friday fish fries are well-known food traditions of the Lenten season. In this episode, we go beyond the usual Lenten staples to explore some tasty and maybe surprising Le...

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Midwestern Vintage: Wine & Wine-Derived Products from The Heartland

We travel to Kansas where the wine industry is growing.  We will meet Jeff Sollo, owner of Grace Hill Winery near Wichita who will tell us about a hobby grew into producing some of the mo...

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Nick Bognar

My guest today is Nick Bognar, who is the chef and owner of Indo, the modern Asian restaurant in St. Louis. Indo combines styles of mainland Southeast Asia, joining Nick’s Thai background...

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Meet the Date Lady, Colleen Sundlie at Slow Food Nations 2019

Colleen Sundlie is the creator of “Date Lady”, a distributor of whole dates, date sugar and a wide range of date based syrups and spreads. Kat Johnson got to ask Colleen about her date hi...

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Food as a Public Utility

This week, we have a bonus segment about what it takes to end hunger in America. Back on episode 10, we brought you a few highlights from our trip to Slow Food Nations. Many of you reache...

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Sarah Weiner & Newman Family

Our Moderator Libby gives hard-hitting stories of food in the news to our panelists and they discuss their attitudes and opinions in our Weekly Baste Segment. This week we discuss the cur...

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Chef Sean Brock

Chef Sean Brock of Charleston, SC's Husk tells how a good hot bowl of hoppin john changed his life.