We're wrapping up our Globavores series this week with a discussion of turkey—just in time for Thanksgiving. Chef Waldy Malouf of Beacon restaurant and food historian Andrew Smith, author of The Turkey: An American Story and the Oxford Encyclopedia of Food and Drink in America, tell us how turkeys, which were found in the New World and were transported around the world and incorporated into the cuisines in many cultures. And we'll have recipes!
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We look at the ever versatile potato on this week’s installment of our series Globavores: Food Travels Since 1492! We’ll speak with food historian Andrew Smith and chef Maricel Presilla, author of Gran Cocina Latina about the potato’s origins, how it traveled around the world to become a staple, and some of the world’s favorite ways to prepare potatoes.
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The first part of Globavores, our 8-week series about the Columbian Exchange, kicks off today with a look at the tomato and its 500- year journey from mesoamerica across the globe. We'll speak with Andrew Smith, culinary historian and author of The Tomato in America and with chef Lidia Bastianich, whose latest cookbook is Lidia's Favorite Recipes.
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