Global Trade Bites Back: Animals, Sanctions, Dim Sum, and Disease
So far, our series on global trade has focused on ingredients that are either sweet or spicy, and that shaped international trade routes. As our stories make clear, there are ups and downs when talking about the globalization of our foodways. So this week, we go from sugar and spice to bites!
This week on a brand new season of What Doesn't Kill You, host Katy Keiffer welcomes writer Tom Philpott to discuss a plethora of inter-related topics, kicking off the show with a discussion on the California drought situation and its coinciding water politics, plus how almond and pistachi
Michael Whiteman & Julia Bainbridge
This week on Snacky Tunes, hosts Greg and Darin Bresnitz are closing out 2014 with an all-food episode welcoming Yahoo Food Editor Julia Bainbridge and President of the renowned Joseph Baum & Michael Whiteman Company and leading food and restaurant consultant, Michael Whiteman to the s
Chris Cuzme and Mary Izett are talking beekeeping, honey, and mead with intermediate beekeeper Bob Slanzi. Bob recently won the 'Best in Show' award at Homebrew Alley VII for his ghost chili mead. Hear why Bob decided to take up beekeeping, and how his hobby naturally led him to brew mead.
Sheilah Kaufman and Turkish Cuisine
This week on A Taste of the Past, Linda Pelaccio talks with Sheilah Kaufman, author of The Turkish Cookbook: Regional Recipes and Stories.The Ottoman Turks controlled areas from Egypt to Austria, and all of the foods of these regions are incorporated into the Turkish palette.