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Emmerline Smy
Smy Goodness Podcast
Food History & Food Art
A listen and a look at how food, history and art intersect. From food origins, food history and food art. How foods have traveled the world, been used by different people and how different artists have depicted them throughout time with an emphasis on women artists, under and mis-represented artists.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.9 stars from 19 ratings
Slave Trade and Chocolate
The history of chocolate includes slave plantations all over the world until today so I wouldn’t “thank the Africans for letting us enjoy chocolate”.
CCRSA via Apple Podcasts · Philippines · 06/12/20
Really interesting, so many angles and all thoughtfully explored.
unseen_academical via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 03/18/20
Love it!
You keep me inspired! Thank you. Margaret
MagaretL via Apple Podcasts · Switzerland · 10/19/19
Recent Episodes
Some of my favourite artworks that depict mushrooms…by artists including Ming dynasty Chinese artist Qiu Yang, Chinese-Canadian artist Xiaojing Yan, Hine Mizushima, Beatrix Potter and Elsie Wakefield, Yayoi Kusama, Wangechi Mutu. The Game of Shrooms, the annual world-wide mushroom art N seek...
Published 12/27/20
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Published 09/25/20
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