In this week’s episode, the connection between the The Joy of Cooking and St. Louis and it’s continuing legacy, reconnect with GiftAMeal as they reach a major milestone, a look at the Culinary History of Missouri with local historian and culinary writer Suzanne Corbett and food and travel writer Deborah Reinhardt, a @WashU professor that will have you looking at fall leaves in a new light, have your landscape and eat it to with foodscaping, and DD Mau Vietnamese Eatery owner Julie Truong talks about the importance of food and family in her holiday traditions.
Joy of Cooking: A St. Louis Original
Joy of Cooking has been called the “culinary bible.” Irma Rombauer of St. Louis had the average cook in mind when she wrote it, focusing on ease and prep time.
GiftAMeal Million Meals
Since its inception in 2015, GiftAMeal has now donated the equivalent of more than one-million meals to those in need throughout the United States.
A Culinary History of Missouri: Foodways & Iconic Dishes of the Show-Me State
Dating back more than 200 years, Missouri’s history is told through food by two veteran culinary writers. More than eighty historical recipes are included.
Displays of Fall Leaves Won’t Change Much with Climate Change, But Leaves May Become Less Brilliant
Vibrant colors of fall leaves may become less brilliant with climate change.
Foodscaping is similar to landscaping. However, the focus is on growing native plants that are edible or have medicinal uses.
Family Food Traditions
DD Mau Vietnamese Eatery owner Julie Truong talks about the importance of food and family in her holiday traditions.