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Chef Keith Sarasin and Ragini Kashyap from Third Culture Cooks
More than Masala
Join Chef Keith Sarasin and Ragini Kashyap of Third Culture Cooks to walk through the world of spices. Every month they chat about the interesting, bizarre and sometimes sordid story of how a spice came to be. It's safe to say that cloves have caused land grabs, that counterfeit cinnamon is a thing, and that salt and pepper have done a lot more than flavour our food. See you once a month!
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Ratings & Reviews
4.9 stars from 19 ratings
Love this podcast.
It’s so well done and I learn so much with each episode
MaysondC via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/22/22
A fellow nerd follower
I love the banter, learning the history of spices and of course inspired by food discussions. Looking forward to more!
debinnh10 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/04/22
Best podcast on spices ever
I stumbled upon this podcast and I subscribed after one episode. I love how the hosts weave history and recipes into each episode. 5 stars for sure.
mec3986 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/27/22
Recent Episodes
Published 08/10/22
Today,  we talk to the incredible associate professor of food studies from NYU, Dr. Krishnendu Ray.  Dr. Ray is the author of several books including, The Ethnic Restauranteur and Curried Cultures.  In this discussion, you will learn why Indian food has struggled to gain notoriety in the west...
Published 08/10/22
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Published 06/30/22
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