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Jeremy Cherfas
Eat This Podcast
Talking about anything around food
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4.9 stars from 73 ratings
deliciously interesting
A great variety of fascinating topics covered in an enlightened and enjoyable way. Short and to the point podcasts then send you down tracks to follow on your own for those topics and guests that the listener finds most interesting…
bunner808 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/31/22
And who isn’t curious about food and ag.? :) This podcast manages the fine line between delightful comfort food and adventurous-to-me forgotten food. Jeremy’s voice is lovely, his curiosity about food is boundless, and respect for his guests is sincere. Whether it’s the history of bread or...Read full review »
worksforme2! via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/29/21
Excellent!
First class stuff, well presented and edited. It packs a lot in to its 20 minute (approx) episodes, and the pertinent questions get right to the point. Highly recommended. And I was hooked from the first bar of Gerry Mulligan & Chet Baker!
aloysius-snailchaser via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 06/28/21
Recent Episodes
In the final part of my conversation with Scott Reynolds Nelson, author of Oceans of Grain, we move on to empire. The earliest city states in Mesopotamia built their fortunes on their position astride grain transport routes. Still today, the ability to tax grain as it moves and to control that...
Published 07/04/22
Published 07/04/22
Having moved your wheat from where it grew to where it was needed, there was a matching need to transfer the money to pay for it. Bills of exchange, invented in Venice and Genoa, created a piece of paper that increased in value as the time for delivery of the wheat drew near, but it was the need...
Published 06/27/22
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