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Welcome to episode 44. It covers the week of August 3 - 7, 2020.
This week’s theme is: *Food: Power, History, Politics.* The curator is Ari Moskowitz.
Thank you to the Beyond 6 Seconds Podcast for sponsoring this week’s episode and newsletter. Find out more about Beyond 6 Seconds here: http://www.beyond6seconds.com/
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Each week on this podcast, we’ll share the information that's within the newsletter put out by EarBuds Podcast Collective. EBPC is a listening movement. We send a weekly email with a theme and 5 podcast episodes on that theme, and each week is curated by a different person. Anyone can curate a list -- just reach out!
Here are the episodes chosen by Ari this week:
.Point of Origin
This is Whetstone magazine's podcast and it is amazing! It's the best food podcast in existence. I'd recommend all of of the episodes, but this one is so cool because it talks about diasporic foodways. How do an Indonesian and Taiwanese couple think about their culture in the context of their lives and bakery in LA? How did curry get to Japan? If you like this episode, I'd also recommend "Earthenware Cooking: Japan | Greece" and "Indigenous Foodways: The Decolonized Diet."
Emergence Magazine Podcast
Pickled Limes - Kalyanee Mam
This podcast has authors reading their own articles from the magazine. The magazine explores the threads connecting ecology, culture, and spirituality, so they talk about food a lot. This article is a harrowing and inspiring story about the civil war in Cambodia and immigrating to the US. It includes a recipe in the print version and epitomizes to me how food can be used as a vehicle in a story.
Milk Street Radio
The Sporkful Presents: Why Hibachi is Complicated
Wonton soup has been in America longer than the hot dog!!! I learned this fact on this episode and I have repeated it to everyone that will listen. This podcast is a generally great resource for interviews with important people in food and to get cooking tips.
Monocle 24: The Menu
Eating Fish, Nose to Tail
The host on this podcast has an UNBELIEVABLY smooth voice. Insane. Listen just for the voice. The episode is a great interview with the author of "The Fish Butchery Cookbook," and ends with an overview of climate changes' impact on wine regions. They also have a Food Neighbourhoods series where they explore different food neighborhoods (Brits!) from around the world in 5-10 minutes miniepisodes. I'd recommend starting with "Food Neighbourhoods: best of 2019" which includes two of my favorites: Bagdad and Turin.
The Food Tech Show with Michael Wolf
Talking Food Tech and Racial Injustice with Journey Foods' Riana Lynn
Nice recent episode about food, tech, and race. Very contemporary and relevant to today's food/tech industry.
Thank you to the Beyond 6 Seconds podcast:
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