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What staple food feeds over 500 million people, and is gluten-free? Answer- the manioc root, and it's this week's topic on A Taste of the Past. Linda Pelaccio sits down with Teresa Corção, chef/owner of O Navegador restaurant and co-founder of Instituto Maniva- a group that promotes the heritage root called manioc. She is an active governing member of Slow Food Brazil, and has been honored by IACP with a Humanitarian of the Year award. Sara B. Franklin is also in the studio. A writer, oral historian, and multi-media storyteller, Sara is co-writing The Manioc Route cookbook with Teresa. Also joining Linda is Margarida Nogueira, co-founder of Instituto Maniva with Teresa, and founder of Slow Food Brazil. Tune in to hear about the upcoming cookbook, The Manioc Route, and how it combines cooking with history, culture, and emotion. Did you know that the manioc has been in the upper Amazon Valley since 7,000 B.C.E.? Or that the manioc is naturally poisonous? All these facts and more on this week's A Taste of the Past. Be sure to get more information about the Manioc Route and visit their Kickstarter on Facebook. Watch a clip from Seu Bené Vai Pra Italia, a film about manioc flour producer Benedito Batista da Silva. This program is sponsored by Hearst Ranch.

"There's so much cultural history around this root, and it's delicious."

--Sara B. Franklin on A Taste of the Past

"Food is affection, culture, and heritage."

"Peruvian people had brought all types- over 2,000 varieties- of potatoes and today in Lima you can find lots of varieties of potatoes, and maybe this can be an example of how you can take an underestimated a staple and make it a gourmet food."

--Teresa Corção on A Taste of the Past

"When I discovered the Slow Food Movement on the Internet, I fell in love with the philosophy" --

--Margarida Nogueira on A Taste of the Past


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On today’s episode of THE FOOD SEEN, Jonah Miller and Nate Adler grew up on NYC’s Upper West Side. They shared a food life filled with Zabar’s and downtown dim sum, but who would have thought, that a bar mitzvah and the Asturian region of of Spain, would lead them to their own pintxos place in the East Village. Huertas, which literally means “orchards” or “small gardens”, reflects the landscape of Spain’s Northern coast, food pairing with an ever-growing of true Spanish ciders. Stop by for some passed bites in the front room, or stay for the dinner party like tasting menu in the back, but either way, this multifunctional restaurant thrives on it’s youthful enthusiasm for service, slow roasted chicken, and tortilla espanola. This program was brought to you The International Culinary Center.

*photo by Sydney Kramer

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Master the art of Southern cooking today on A Taste of the Past! This week, Linda Pelaccio is joined in the studio by Nathalie Dupree and Cynthia Graubart, co-authors of the book Mastering the Art of Southern Cooking. Both Nathalie and Cynthia have had storied careers in the food world. How has the landscape changed for women in the kitchen? Hear Nathalie and Cynthia talk about the defining ingredients and flavors of Southern food, and the importance of eating real food. How do the foods in different regions of the South fit together into a concise cuisine? Learn more about the cooking techniques, recipe testing, and creativity that went into Nathalie and Cynthia's book! This program has been brought to you by White Oak Pastures.

"That's what I call 'the new Southern cooking movement' - when you take the fresh ingredients around you and use them in a classic way, or you use new vegetables in classic ways." [9:40] -- Nathalie Dupree on A Taste of the Past

"If you eat real food in modest portions, you're going to be so satisfied. It's when we restrict ourselves, go on crazy diets- that's when we get unsatisfied; you can't really satisfy that hunger." [15:00] -- Cynthia Graubart on A Taste of the Past


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