Food Show on 10/15/2014

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Wed, 10/15/2014 - 11:00am to 12:00pm
Fermentation, dutch ovens, feminism and food, and meals from around the world
Just a day before the Portland Fermentation Festival, we will be talking with co-organizer David Barber, owner of Picklopolis, about what to expect at this years festival.  We then have a conversation with Ian Harris about dutch ovens where he tells, in detail, one of his favorite dutch oven recipes.  There is a brand new feminist food and culture quarterly in Portland called Render.  We have an interview with founder/creative director Gabi de Leon and executive director Danielle Knott about the genesis of the magazine and the importance of recognizing the intersection of food and feminism.  We close with Jesse Friedman and Laura Hadden who are the organizers of United Noshes, a dinner group dedicated to raising money to end hunger.  They are having dinners to represent the countries of every United Nations member, from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe.  United Noshes is currently in the Ks (the next dinner is Kazakhstan).

You can hear the entire interview with Ian Harris at Edible Portland.

The story Gabi tells that I mentioned during the show will be available this coming Monday (10/20/14) on the Edible Portland website.
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