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Let's Talk About Food
Because everyone has a food story. From our first mouthful of applesauce in front of​ ​our adoring family, to our first bite into a jalapeño pepper, and everything in between, food is at the heart of the human experience. We love it. We need it. Food is family and ritual. Fun and work. Sophistication and guilty pleasure, scarcity and overabundance. Food makes us ecstatic and sometimes crazy. Food delights and disappoints. Can you think of a connector that binds us together more universally or seamlessly than our shared relationships with food? That’s what we do in this podcast: Share...
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Ratings & Reviews
5.0 stars from 13 ratings
Cheers Louisa!
Making my way through every episode! Such great content Louisa, Congratulations!
TCA friend via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/08/22
I love these.
BrisketBaby via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/08/21
I just binged the whole lot! Think of The Moth, but every single story has food at its center—first dates, Russian spies, pot cookies & chip butties . I LOVE THIS PODCAST.
lady rubisha of the cake plate via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/08/21
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