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Recently, the food world learned that Mark Bittman, longtime scribe for the New York Times, was leaving journalism to join a tech start up, and now we know what it is. He’s now with vegan meal kit service, Purple Carrot. Joy and Marisa discuss.
Few simple foods are more vexing to cook than rice for whatever reason. Recently, Marisa tried a new Tiger rice cooker that takes all the guess work out of that job. Joy covets the Instapot, which is a rice cooker/slow cooker/pressure cooker in one. What do you think? Should she get one?
Have you ever been to a food swap? That’s a community event when home cooking fanatics get together to trade some of their stash of good eats for some of yours. Marisa co-organizes one in the Philly area, but if you are interested you can probably find one close to where you are. Find yours (or start one) here.
This episode features an interview with Leanne Brown, whose food-stamp-themed cookbook Good and Cheap has really struck a chord with people in all income brackets. We talked to her at the Philadelphia Free Library’s amazing Culinary Literacy Center.
Finally, we sang the praises of our favorite winter greens.
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2 thoughts on “Episode 116: Rice, Food Swaps, and Leanne Brown”
Once again, a terrific episode! And now I’ve found my local food swap organization! I had no idea it even existed. You two deliver such great information every week and in such a fun way. Thanks for your work!
Thanks, Kelly!!! I’m so glad you’ve connected with local food swappers. So much fun. Thanks for listening!!! We’ll be back with a new episode this week.