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Exploring Root Vegetables: dug from the dirt underdogs of the vegetable worldDiane Morgan10/20/2002Chicago Foodways RoundtableKendall CollegeMIA
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25 Years of Great Chicago Cooking and Drinking Barbara Glunz & Carol Haddix1/26/2008Culinary Historians of ChicagoChicago History MuseumMIA
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GEORGE H. HAMMOND AND MARCUS M. TOWLE: FORGOTTEN PIONEERS OF THE BEEF PACKING INDUSTRYRichard Lytle2/2/2008Chicago Foodways RoundtableKendall College
https://www.wbez.org/shows/wbez-news/george-hammond-and-marcus-towle-the-forgotten-pioneers-of-hammond-indianas-meat-packing-industry-and-refrigerated-rail-cars/94b5a0da-61cd-4b14-832c-d5b253e1758a
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VERMEER’S HAT:  THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY AND THE DAWN OF THE GLOBAL WORLDTimothy Brook2/20/2008Chicago Foodways RoundtableLao Sze ChuanMIA?
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Flavors of the Fruitlands: An Ode to Michigan Justin Rashid2/23/2008Culinary Historians of ChicagoRobert Morris College
https://www.wbez.org/shows/wbez-news/flavors-of-the-fruitlands-an-ode-to-michigan/b98460b3-32f4-49b3-86f3-ab769f53785b
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Behind the Scenes of Food TelevisionLouisa Chu3/1/2008Chicago Foodways RoundtableKendall College
https://www.wbez.org/shows/wbez-news/behindthescenes-of-food-television/1324899f-4591-43ad-a780-176729aa9285
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Savoring Sweet SicilyChef Natalie Zarzour 3/15/2008Culinary Historians of ChicagoChicago History MuseumMIA
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Cooking Jewish with Judy Judy Kancigor4/5/2008Culinary Historians of ChicagoChicago History MuseumMIA
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Sweets: Opening remarkingsChris Koetke and Jane C. Marshall4/5/2008Greater Midwest FoodwaysKendall College
https://www.wbez.org/shows/wbez-news/sweets-opening-remarks-and-keynote-address/c77e93ef-0c81-4cea-828e-dd133de9d952
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Sweets: Family Ties to CandyRay Elliott, Tom and Amy Wertheim4/5/2008Greater Midwest FoodwaysKendall College
https://www.wbez.org/shows/wbez-news/sweets-family-ties-to-candy/39a679c7-b84c-45a0-b3ec-4a1e4bbda9ec
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Sweets: Home Baking I - PiePeter Engler, Paula Haney, Catherine Lambrecht4/5/2008Greater Midwest FoodwaysKendall College
http://www.wbez.org/episode-segments/sweets-home-baking-i-pie
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SweetsKen Abala4/5/2008Greater Midwest FoodwaysKendall College
https://www.wbez.org/shows/wbez-news/sweets-ken-albala/f757bd45-fcce-4db5-9219-87057d900030
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Sweets: Home Baking IIMike Gebert, Judy Kancigor, Donna Pierce4/5/2008Greater Midwest FoodwaysKendall College
https://www.wbez.org/shows/wbez-news/sweets-home-baking-ii/484d9360-8ea1-4018-8512-d60db69a55b5
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Sweets: Desserts that went to market4/5/2008Greater Midwest FoodwaysKendall CollegeBroken link:
http://www.wbez.org/episode-segments/sweets-desserts-went-market
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Sweets: Riva Reshback and Closing RemarksKantha Shelka4/5/2008Greater Midwest FoodwaysKendall College
https://www.wbez.org/shows/wbez-news/sweets-riva-reshback-and-closing-remarks/a4364744-4946-4588-a4a5-692a42cb1cd0
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PRINCE CASTLE/COCK ROBIN: “DADDY OF THE DRIVE-INS”Walter “Ted” Fredenhagen, Jr.4/26/2008Chicago Foodways RoundtableKendall College
No recording was made.
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Chef Louis Szathmáry and “The Bakery” RestaurantBarbara Kuck5/17/2008Chicago Foodways RoundtableKendall College
https://www.wbez.org/shows/wbez-news/chef-louis-szathmry-and-the-bakery-restaurant/6e86d695-376b-4b66-8448-fb54372a9a62
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Curried Culinary History Raghavan Iyer5/24/2008Culinary Historians of ChicagoChicago History Museum
https://www.wbez.org/shows/wbez-news/660-curriesthe-gateway-to-indian-cooking/125d6969-3640-4488-8c12-686e404390eb
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Be a Locavore, Put More Local on Your TableRob Gardner and Sophie Gardner6/14/2008Chicago Foodways RoundtableKendall College
https://www.wbez.org/shows/wbez-news/be-a-locavore-put-more-local-on-your-table/d63d792e-6e31-40bc-ae6b-f4ff9cfe5370
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FARM TO TABLE: CALIFORNIA CUISINE IN LATE 19TH -CENTURY LOS ANGELESAmelia Saltsman6/21/2008Culinary Historians of ChicagoChicago History MuseumMIA
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Grain-fed VS. Grass-fed: What’s the Beef?Bill Kurtis7/19/2008Culinary Historians of ChicagoRoosevelt UniversityMIA
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The History of Greektown’s ParthenonYanna Liakouras & Camille Stagg8/9/2008Culinary Historians of ChicagoChicago History Museum
https://www.wbez.org/shows/wbez-news/the-history-of-greektowns-parthenon/ea7f66fc-0522-4784-bd93-645fe5f60edc
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Bon Appetit Y’all Stories from Three Generations of Southern CookingVirginia Willis9/13/2008Culinary Historians of ChicagoChicago History MuseumMIA
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Exploring the Culinary Collections at the Newberry LibraryRiva Feshbach9/20/2008Chicago Foodways RoundtableKendall College
https://www.wbez.org/shows/wbez-news/exploring-the-culinary-collections-at-the-newberry-library/fb57668c-0e08-474a-84e7-59ab121f561e
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The Sweet History of French PastryPastry Chef Mark Seaman10/11/2008Culinary Historians of ChicagoKendall College
https://www.wbez.org/shows/wbez-news/history-of-french-pastry/4e1a3a35-2e1f-4a97-940d-0ceaa2368d5b
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Flavored With HistoryKaren Page and Andrew Dornenburg11/15/2008Culinary Historians of ChicagoRobert Morris CollegeMIA
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Thanksgiving: The Great American HolidayPenelope Bingham11/22/2008Chicago Foodways RoundtableKendall CollegeMIA
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“Never Put Ketchup on a Hot Dog”
A History of Hot Dog Stands and the Public’s Passion for Them
Bob Schwartz12/13/2008Culinary Historians of ChicagoKendall College
https://www.wbez.org/shows/wbez-news/never-put-ketchup-on-a-hot-dog-a-history-of-hot-dog-stands-and-the-publics-passion-for-them/c2638c63-78b5-443e-a3de-3c9536d3285b
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Kitchens: The Culture of Restaurant WorkGary Fine1/24/2009Chicago Foodways RoundtableKendall CollegeMIA
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The Sweet History of French PastryKeli Fayard1/31/2009Culinary Historians of ChicagoKendall College
https://www.wbez.org/shows/wbez-news/the-sweet-history-of-french-pastry/92272d54-f547-43f8-8219-5d86f6ee8454
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“The Sweet and Savory Tale of Australia”
A look at Culinary History from the “Land Down Under”
Chef Naomi Levine, Tipsy Cake Bakery, Chicago
and CHC’s very own:
Cynthia Clampitt, Author, “Waltzing Australia”
2/7/2009Culinary Historians of ChicagoKendall CollegeMIA
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CIVILIZED DINING PHILOSOPHIES: WE ALL HAVE OUR TRUTHS, IS MINE THE SAME AS YOURS?Bruce Kraig, PhD and Colleen Sen3/14/2009Chicago Foodways RoundtableKendall CollegeMIA
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Passage to IndiaSuvir Saran3/21/2009Culinary Historians of ChicagoKendall College
https://www.wbez.org/shows/wbez-news/passage-to-india/73d7debf-03fc-4519-b2dc-6e429e8f71d0
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Talking Turkey (The country, that is)
Introduction to the Dining Culture Of the Ottoman Empire
Channon Mondoux4/11/2009Culinary Historians of ChicagoKendall CollegeMIA
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DOUBLE DOG DARE YOU! IF YOU MISS DOUG SOHN OF HOT DOUG’S OR BRUCE KRAIG, HOT DOG: A GLOBAL HISTORY, YOU LOSE!Doug Sohn and Bruce Kraig5/6/2009Chicago Foodways RoundtableKendall College
https://www.wbez.org/shows/wbez-news/chicago-foodways-roundtable-double-dog-dare-you/675728d4-c487-437f-97b6-2aa54dea8636
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Courting Le Cordon Bleu
Love, Laughter and Tears in Paris at the World’s Most Famous Cooking School
Kathleen Flinn5/9/2009Culinary Historians of ChicagoKendall CollegeMIA
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THE HAUTE CUISINE OF ANCIENT MESOPOTAMIAKaren Wilson5/16/2009Chicago Foodways RoundtableOriental InstituteMIA?
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Food of the Philippines: Two PerspectivesKristine Subido, Executive Chef, Wave Restaurant, Chicago
and
Janet Rausa Fuller, Food Editor, Chicago Sun-Times
6/13/2009Culinary Historians of ChicagoLexington CollegeMIA
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Low and Slow BBQGary Wiviott6/27/2009Chicago Foodways RoundtableKendall CollegeMIA
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When Extra-Virgin Olive Oil Wed Balsamic Vinegar, the rest was HistoryRick Petrocelly7/25/2009Culinary Historians of ChicagoChicago History Museumlth
https://www.wbez.org/shows/wbez-news/when-extravirgin-olive-oil-wed-balsamic-vinegar-the-rest-was-history/03aa0b30-b70c-4ed6-80c6-7c69996aa326
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Asian Culinary EvolutionBruce Cost8/8/2009Culinary Historians of ChicagoBig BowlMIA
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Corn: 1840’s Agricultural SnapshotChuck Bauer9/20/2009Chicago Foodways RoundtableGarfield Farm
https://www.wbez.org/shows/wbez-news/corn-1840s-agricultural-snapshot/5af9b816-374f-4d27-a270-bbe822ea1f69
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Pizza According to the Gospel of Pollack and GoldsmithPenny Pollack and Jonathan Goldsmith9/26/2009Culinary Historians of ChicagoSpacca NapoliMIA
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All the World Loves CurryColleen Sen10/3/2009Chicago Foodways RoundtableBhabi's KitchenMIA
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Thirty Turning Points in the Making of American CuisineAndrew F. Smith10/17/2009Culinary Historians of ChicagoLexington CollegeMIA
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Beef: From Primal to Cut, a beef cutting demonstrationCarrie Underly10/23/2009Greater Midwest FoodwaysKendall College
https://www.wbez.org/shows/wbez-news/beef-from-primal-to-cut-a-beef-cutting-demonstration/7d07357b-1e89-442b-adfe-338bb2270947
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Beef: The Beef Industry Yesterday, Today & TomorrowDell Allen10/24/2009Greater Midwest FoodwaysKendall College
https://www.wbez.org/shows/wbez-news/beef-the-beef-industry-yesterday-today--tomorrow/2e234563-088f-4584-a2f9-76b9221cf1c7
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Beef: Ranch to Feedlot to Packing House10/24/2009Greater Midwest FoodwaysKendall CollegeFix
https://www.wbez.org/shows/wbez-news/beef-ranch-to-feedlot-to-packing-house/e806e726-1042-44cf-b2d9-b2e3f2bc88cc
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Beef: Grass-fed Beef and Certified Angus Beef10/24/2009Greater Midwest FoodwaysKendall College
https://www.wbez.org/shows/wbez-news/beef-grass-fed-beef-and-certified-angus-beef/a65e9596-ec76-4490-ae09-fdd4f9d00e68
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Beef: Everything But the Squeal: Chicago's Union Stock Yards10/24/2009Greater Midwest FoodwaysKendall College
https://www.wbez.org/shows/wbez-news/beef-everything-but-the-squeal-chicagos-union-stock-yards/8306e118-de68-4936-8432-1e343e24a0cf
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From the Beef Producer to the Consumer10/24/2009Greater Midwest FoodwaysKendall CollegeMIA
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Beef: Everyday Food - Ground or chopped beef10/24/2009Greater Midwest FoodwaysKendall College
https://www.wbez.org/shows/wbez-news/beef-everyday-food---ground-or-chopped-beef/fe3e9862-4a8f-410e-849d-db5aa17b8a9b
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Dining Out - Steakhouse panelHans Aeschbacher, Barbara Kuck10/24/2009Greater Midwest FoodwaysKendall College
https://www.wbez.org/shows/wbez-news/dining-out---steakhouse-panel/a0a17516-226b-4a36-9c2e-fc269fb8de9a
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Mrs. Charles Darwin’s Recipe BookWeslie Janeway11/10/2009Chicago Foodways RoundtableIna'sMIA
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A Treasure Trove of ThaiNancie McDermott11/14/2009Culinary Historians of ChicagoChicago History MuseumMIA
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Chicago’s Second Greatest Fire: UNION STOCK YARDS FIRE OF 1934Jeff Stern12/5/2009Chicago Foodways RoundtableKendall College
Robin Amer highlight article, but not the whole podcast.
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The View from the Kitchen: An Upstairs-Downstairs Look at Frank Lloyd Wright’s Most Famous HouseSuzanne Martinson12/19/2009Culinary Historians of ChicagoChicago History MuseumMIA
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The Pleasure of Pasta
Chef John Coletta and Nancy Ross Ryan
1/16/2010Culinary Historians of ChicagoQuartino Restaurant
https://www.wbez.org/shows/wbez-news/the-pleasure-of-pasta/c573d957-fb4e-46fd-8764-fef1cd836f55
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FOOD IN THE ATOMIC AGEBarbara Kuck1/17/2010Culinary Historians of Chicago
Lake County Discovery Museum
https://www.wbez.org/shows/wbez-news/atomic-age-food/f90e33da-7773-486f-9366-5eeda869f9e8
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The Bittersweet History of Chocolate in FrancePastry Chef Mark Seaman2/20/2010Culinary Historians of ChicagoLexington College
https://www.wbez.org/shows/wbez-news/the-bittersweet-history-of-chocolate-in-france/1f9c51dd-412b-42ec-92ef-09c1686812fe
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The History of the First Stomach: Presidential Dining from George Washington to Barack ObamaBarbara Kuck2/27/2010Chicago Foodways RoundtableKendall CollegeMIA
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Cafe History a la Berghoff: How we ate then and nowCarlyn Berghof and Nancy Ross Ryan3/6/2010Culinary Historians of ChicagoBerghoff RestaurantMIA
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Chicago Victory Gardens: Yesterday and TomorrowLaManda Joy3/20/2010Chicago Foodways RoundtableKendall College
https://www.wbez.org/shows/wbez-news/chicago-victory-gardens-yesterday-and-tomorrow/25e3f010-145e-4e3c-845e-bb78e9b4f189
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Show and TellMembers and friends4/10/2010Chicago Foodways RoundtableKendall CollegeMIA
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Out of EthiopiaAlmaz Yiginaw and Mawi Asgedom4/17/2010Culinary Historians of ChicagoChicago History Museum
https://www.wbez.org/shows/wbez-news/out-of-ethiopia/2756fe14-03ed-4d68-947a-df35acff1eb6
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Easy Target:  Foie Gras as a Pragmatic and Problematic Target for Animal Rights Organizations, Cities and CountriesMichaela DeSoucey5/8/2010Chicago Foodways RoundtableKendall College
https://www.wbez.org/shows/wbez-news/easy-target-foie-gras-as-a-pragmatic-and-problematic-target-for-animal-rights-organizations-cities-and-countries/a99cacd3-9409-4eab-b20c-0805d67e9038
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“Chop Suey”
A cultural history of Chinese Food in the U.S.
Andrew Coe5/22/2010Culinary Historians of ChicagoChicago History MuseumMIA
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“Gale Gand’s Slice of Pastry History” Some sweet observationsGale Gand6/5/2010Culinary Historians of ChicagoKendall Collegerecorder only
https://mirror.wbez.org/audio-embed/2f8a6ad2-9c1b-4f44-8133-ad2a490ab973/gamp
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O Canada! Food ex-pats miss when they live here.
Food Americans miss when they visit there.
Moderated by Chad Rubel6/19/2010Chicago Foodways RoundtableKendall College
https://www.wbez.org/shows/wbez-news/o-canada-food-expats-miss-when-they-live-here-food-americans-miss-when-they-visit-canada/ada80b91-172b-4048-a740-835979abd108
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“Smoque Signals”
BBQ’s savory history satiates Chicago
Barry Sorkin and Gary Wiviott7/17/2010Culinary Historians of ChicagoKendall College
https://www.wbez.org/shows/wbez-news/smoque-signals/3455abab-d868-4cbd-b972-92ec8f566e39
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“The American Family Farm” --its history, evolution and impact on us allJon Hoek8/28/2010Culinary Historians of Chicago
Washburne Culinary Institute of Kennedy King College
MIA
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How to order in an Indian restaurantColleen Sen9/18/2010Chicago Foodways RoundtableKendall College
https://www.wbez.org/shows/wbez-news/how-to-order-in-an-indian-restaurant/422a4839-11de-4c0a-8333-066483439472
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“Stir Frying to the Sky’s Edge”Grace Young9/25/2010Culinary Historians of ChicagoKendall College
https://www.wbez.org/shows/wbez-news/stirfrying-to-the-skys-edge/421168bc-d093-421a-8546-1c49cd526354
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Will Write for FoodDiane Jacobs & David Hammond10/2/2010Chicago Foodways RoundtableKendall College
https://www.wbez.org/shows/wbez-news/will-write-for-food/7d123024-f494-4711-97ee-601533308f3c
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Kansha: Celebrating Japan’s Vegan & Vegetarian TraditionsElizabeth Andoh10/30/2010Culinary Historians of ChicagoKendall CollegeMIA
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Talk Turkey to Me! Renee Ferguson11/6/2010Chicago Foodways RoundtableKendall College
MIA = Robin Amer article but not the full event
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Chicago’s Dandy Candy HistoryJenny Lewis11/13/2010Culinary Historians of ChicagoLexington College
https://www.wbez.org/shows/wbez-news/chicagos-dandy-candy-history/399813ae-3e8d-4c29-b02d-409571b68a3a
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Appetite for AfricaRobert Launay, Phd12/18/2010Culinary Historians of Chicago
Washburne Culinary Institute of Kennedy King College
https://www.wbez.org/shows/wbez-news/appetite-for-africa/57f71c24-b1ba-4e3d-9975-7ed08de88bd3
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Lost German ChicagoJoseph Heinen1/8/2011Chicago Foodways RoundtableDankHaus Museum
https://www.wbez.org/shows/wbez-news/lost-german-chicago/b7b78dc4-127d-4e4e-9161-24903f0ba228
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“As Always, Julia” The real skinny on how “Mastering the Art of French Cooking” came to beJoan Reardon, PhD1/15/2011Culinary Historians of ChicagoKendall College
No podcast was made.
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Eat, Play, Love Our NeighborhoodsAlan Solomon2/4/2011Culinary Historians of ChicagoKendall CollegeMIA
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Comfort Food (and Wine) in AmericaChef Susan and Drew Goss2/12/2011Culinary Historians of ChicagoWest Town Tavern
https://www.wbez.org/shows/wbez-news/comfort-food-and-wine-in-america/d6e44bcc-e53b-4e82-82ac-4ad23b4fd821
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Sweet Home Chicago: Chocolate and Confectionery Production and Technology in the Windy CityBeth Kimmerlee3/12/2011Chicago Foodways RoundtableJohn Crerar Library
https://mirror.wbez.org/audio-embed/188132ef-6653-43f2-9116-139a15d0490f/gamp
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“The Potato, and The Civil War”
Two separate, but savory culinary histories
Andrew F. Smith3/26/2011Culinary Historians of ChicagoChicago History Museum
https://www.wbez.org/shows/wbez-news/the-potato-and-the-civil-war-two-separate-but-savory-culinary-histories/a2e448d9-5211-4148-a0fe-8a17f1440cf7
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Food Revolution: How the Civil War Changed Food in AmericaBruce Kraig, PhD4/9/2011Chicago Foodways Roundtable
Lake County Discovery Museum
https://www.wbez.org/shows/wbez-news/food-revolution-how-the-civil-war-changed-food-in-america/526ac1c2-0616-44c9-add6-f6d13f2fdae8
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“Street Smarts on The Street Food of Vietnam”Mary Aregoni and Matt Eversman4/23/2011Culinary Historians of ChicagoKendall College
https://www.wbez.org/shows/wbez-news/street-smarts-on-the-street-food-of-vietnam/7edec23b-d9e6-4395-b916-c28d888fc7d9
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Midwest Eats! Foodways of the Great DepressionRung, Reed, Wolfinger, Kraig4/29/2011Greater Midwest FoodwaysKendall College
https://www.wbez.org/shows/wbez-news/midwest-eats-foodways-of-the-great-depression/574e96ef-5a1d-4e1f-aa53-a954886fd32f
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Nightclubs and Bread Lines: Depression Era Foodways On FilmMichael Gebert4/29/2011Greater Midwest FoodwaysKendall College
https://www.wbez.org/shows/wbez-news/nightclubs-and-bread-lines-depression-era-foodways-on-film/4bc09219-95e2-49c4-8552-8e25acac08c6
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Templeton Rye of Iowa: Its History During and Just After the ProhibitionMichael Killmer4/29/2011Greater Midwest FoodwaysKendall College
https://www.wbez.org/shows/wbez-news/templeton-rye-of-iowa-its-history-during-and-just-after-the-prohibition/dd236db1-c5e2-4f3e-9ff5-6f7b9dd5dfac
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This land is whose land?Anne Mendelson4/30/2011Greater Midwest FoodwaysKendall College
https://www.wbez.org/shows/wbez-news/this-land-is-whose-land/a662cc5b-d264-42c9-bfbf-adf041dd53d8
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John Drury, Ace Chicago Restaurant Reporter of the 1930sPeter Engler4/30/2011Greater Midwest FoodwaysKendall College
https://www.wbez.org/shows/wbez-news/john-drury-ace-chicago-restaurant-reporter-of-the-1930s/99571242-1fd0-4c9b-8448-d8f56753ec0a
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Community Canning in the Depression: A Case StudyDeanna Pucciarelli4/30/2011Greater Midwest FoodwaysKendall College
http://www.wbez.org/story/community-canning-depression-case-study-87158
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Co-Eds at the Co-op: Student Depression-Era Foodways at Old NormalGina L Hunter and Victoria More,4/30/2011Greater Midwest FoodwaysKendall College
https://www.wbez.org/shows/wbez-news/co-eds-at-the-co-op-student-depression-era-foodways-at-old-normal/487f3e9e-40ef-4f2b-89de-efe89c13a82f
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Greater Midwest Foodways Heirloom Recipe CompetitionCatherine Lambrecht4/30/2011Greater Midwest FoodwaysKendall College
https://www.wbez.org/shows/wbez-news/greater-midwest-foodways-heirloom-recipe-competition/7e967781-96dd-427c-adec-966222e66645
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No Longer does the Holiday Table Groan Under the Weight of FoodWhitney Lingle4/30/2011Greater Midwest FoodwaysKendall CollegeMIA
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Steaks and Shakes and the Great DepressionRobert Dirks4/30/2011Greater Midwest FoodwaysKendall College
https://www.wbez.org/shows/wbez-news/steaks-and-shakes-and-the-great-depression/a07e0078-1ab3-49ab-aca7-ade34dc3182a
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Beer Production after Prohibition: Setting the Stage for the Rise of the Mega-BreweriesMichael Agnew4/30/2011Greater Midwest FoodwaysKendall College
https://www.wbez.org/shows/wbez-news/beer-production-after-prohibition-setting-the-stage-for-the-rise-of-the-mega-breweries/8bd52635-216e-46a2-8b29-08850bb85a6b
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The American (Bad) Dream: Soup Kitchens and European Immigrants in Chicago in the 1930sKaterina Nussdorfer4/30/2011Greater Midwest FoodwaysKendall College
https://www.wbez.org/shows/wbez-news/the-american-bad-dream-soup-kitchens-and-european-immigrants-in-chicago-in-the-1930s/759dae32-e2cf-4f27-92a8-364953498a92
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Chicago's Maxwell StreetLori Grove5/1/2011Greater Midwest FoodwaysKendall College
https://www.wbez.org/shows/wbez-news/chicagos-maxwell-street/cecd6224-bad1-4233-acbd-6629bdcbc697
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