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This Week in Food Podcast

This Week in Food Podcast

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Here's my rundown of this week's favorite food podcast that I heard. The first one about the Kellogg brothers I particularly enjoyed because it steeped in the history of the Seventh-day Adventist movement, the history of science, and the history of Battle Creek, Michigan. The second one explains why one would pay an exorbitant amount of money for an artist and food product. The last one delves into Native American foodways from the view of an indigenous chef who has in many cases reintroduced the culinary history of his people to his own folk as well as outsiders. I share these podcasts because I found them engaging and I hope you do too. Please share a link to the blog with your network if you are enjoying it. Also check out the link to our podcasts we'll find additional great listening in the field of food history. There are a number of author interviews I've done on my several books on food history as well as documentaries on topics that I thought so interesting that I took the time to research it further.

How The 'Battling' Kellogg Brothers Revolutionized American Breakfast

Bringing native foods back to the table

Writer’s worldwide search for perfect butter ends in Vermont

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