In this next episode of Eat My Globe, our host, Simon Majumdar, challenges his Food Network colleague, and revered chef, Marcus Samuelsson, to select 5 people that should join the Eat My
Globe Culinary Pantheon. The fascinating selection is made from Marcus’ journeys around the world and in search of the roots of African American food.
“Boys were also purposely underfed so that they would have to develop the skills of stealth by pilfering food.”
Food Network Chef and Baker Extraordinaire Duff Goldman names 5 people from baking history who deserved to be raised to the Eat My Globe Culinary pantheon.
the Portuguese, who had well established trade routes, who took chili around the globe.
In this next episode of Eat My Globe, our host, Simon Majumdar, discusses the notion formulated by Alfred. W. Crosby, that of “The Columbian Exchange,” with Dr. Carla Pestana, the Department
Chair of the UCLA Department of History. This movement of goods, people, technology and disease between Europe and the colonized world helped create the world we live in today.
the notion of not having a fridge or fridge freezer might seem unthinkable, and nearly 8 million new models are sold each year.
If you have a moment, please do check out the latest episode of @EatMyGlobe. In this episode, our host, @SimonMajumdar, challenges James Beard Award winning writer and creator of the Street Gourmet LA website, Bill Esparza @StreetGourmetLA, to name 5 people to be elevated to the Eat My Globe Culinary Pantheon. It’s an eclectic mix gleaned from Bill’s impeccable knowledge of the cuisine of the Americas.
It was not terribly long before the people began to relish the side effects of drinking this “medicine” .
Simon talks with weight loss surgeon Dr. Terry Simpson about some of the weirdest diets and wildest things people have eaten the past.
He suggests an abstinence from red meat and most alcohol, except a little wine.
“the lamp is in a crystal, and the crystal shining as if a pearl
- like radiant star, lit from the oil of a blessed olive tree."
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Listen up as Creator and Host Simon Majumdar tells you what's on for the next batch of episodes!
“four women who I believe do not always receive the appreciation they deserve for their contribution to food history.”
“these ingredients created empires and very much shaped the world we live in today.”
Simon Majumdar interviews Sother Teague, legendary mixologist and author of the terrific book, “I’m Just Here for the Drinks.”
Simon answers your questions about Eat My Globe and more!
“even that car culture has contributed to the city’s cuisine.”
“how the dish went from being an “accidental” dish in a Glasgow curry house to . . . becoming a declared British national dish.”
“It was, as I like to say, that curry is a cuisine born of India, matured in Britain, and then sent around the world.”
“Whereas these are just vegetables, but copious amounts of butter. . . .”
“Some of the more unusual dishes – even for that time – include ingredients such as seals, porpoises, cranes and whales.”
“the eggs from these fish were so readily available that they were even offered up as free snacks in bars – a caviar sandwich.”
“eating savillum seems like quite a way to end a meal that would have been more than satisfactory to wealthy Romans.”
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“pork fits into what I believe is America’s greatest contribution to world cuisine: BBQ.”