Sam and Kelsey chat with Dr. Johanna Mendelson Forman about food, conflict, immigration, refugees, and food security.
This week, Kelsey and Sam talk about what’s been going on in the world of culinary diplomacy, from culinary nation branding in Ethiopia and Thailand, to a multicultural cook-off involving museum chefs in Melbourne. Take a listen! If you have … Continued
This week, Sam and Kelsey chat with Professor Darra Goldstein from Williams College about her many cookbooks (including her newest, Fire + Ice: Classic Nordic Cooking, as well as earlier titles like The Georgian Feast and A Taste of Russia), … Continued
This week, Kelsey and Sam talk to Adam Sudmann, founder of My Lucky Tummy, an international pop-up food court featuring cuisine from immigrant chefs in the Syracuse, NY area. Adam speaks about starting starting My Lucky Tummy through Kickstarter, working … Continued
In Episode 1, we talk with Paul Rockower, one of the founders of the field of gastrodiplomacy and culinary diplomacy. Our discussion touches on definitions and origins of the field — laying the groundwork for the field and for all … Continued
This is a topic I’ve wanted to write about for a while, and I will dedicate more time (and deeper research) to it if I ever write a book or graphic novel or something like that. For now, though, I want to … Continued
I was recently approached on Twitter by Johan Galtung, the legendary scholar of peace studies and the creator of many ideas used by practitioners and students of peace and conflict: structural violence, negative vs. positive peace, and the whole concept … Continued