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Point of Origin
Point of Origin is about the world of food, worldwide. Each week we travel to different countries exploring culture through food, examining its past and present, and what it teaches us about who we are and how we came to be. Join Whetstone Magazine co-founder host Stephen Satterfield as he connects with those most immersed in defining and preserving global foodways. Along the way we’re drinking natural wine in Australia, sipping tea — Taiwanese Oolong and Sri Lankan Ceylon — and eating frejon, a Nigerian staple with Brazilian origins. The power of food is that it has a story to tell. Point...
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Ratings & Reviews
4.8 stars from 328 ratings
My absolute favorite podcast!
Just like whetstone magazine, this podcast is exactly what we needed in this time! We are so lucky to have be able to hear these stories!
naanmetpom via Apple Podcasts · Netherlands · 03/27/21
Fantastic stories
Every story is interesting and very detailed. I love listening every week to the stories and hearing new the unique voices Is a welcome change. Thanks and keep up the great work.
Bbq-b via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 01/10/21
stephen satterfield's guests are all the best folks working/writing in food todayRead full review »
maurchen via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/08/20
Recent Episodes
Point of Origin friends this is our last episode of the season and a very special one to capstone the season. Today we’re talking about justice in food systems, its absence within those systems and the circumstances that lead to lacking. Now, maybe you've heard heard of the term “food desert” as...
Published 11/25/20
What does it mean to eat meat in 2020? What it means to consuming it, to abstain from it and how, as always on matters of so called morality are murky, and impossible to detangle from the influence of culture, society, and privilege. To lead the conversation we're joined with writer Alicia...
Published 11/18/20
So often in “specialty” food and coffee, those are being marketed to and those on the ground who is a commentary on who gets to indulge and who must labor. Reclaiming stories of origin helps erode the idea that those who labor are helpless, and ideally, should push us to ask, why those with the...
Published 11/11/20
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