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This week on Eating Disorder Paul and Crazy Legs Conti welcome guest hosts Orla Clarke and St. John Frizell of Fort Defiance in Red Hook to reminisce on the season past. Starting off the show with some tasty drinks courtesy of St. John, we catch up with Crazy Legs Conti to discover what he's been up to in the last few weeks. Tune in for a fun show, complete with a definitive discussion about robots. This program was brought to you by Heritage Foods USA.

"I'd like to remind people that Red Hook is very easy to get to. We're at 365 Van Brunt Street, just go to Red Hook and ask around!" [33:07]

-- St. John Frizell on Eating Disorder


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Explore school lunch around the world on the season finale of Inside School Food. Why are we so riveted by pictures of school meals in other countries? Perhaps because it's a shared experience the world over, and perhaps because these images are so rich in information. "Unpack a school lunch," writes guest Andrea Curtis, author of What's For Lunch: How Schoolchildren Eat Around the World, "and you’ll discover that food is connected to issues that matter to everyone—things such as climate change, health, and inequality." This program was brought to you by Whole Foods Market.

(Photo of school lunch in Brazil by Yvonne Duivenvoorden)

"I think school lunch is truly an opportunity to pass on values." [09:00]

--Andrea Curtis on Inside School Food

"Agriculture in brazil is actually dominated by large corporate farming. What's surprising is that despite all this, over 84% of all rural enterprises in Brazil are family farms." [28:00]

--Cecilia Rocha on Inside School Food


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This week on A Taste of the Past, Linda Pelaccio talks about the history of ramen in Japan and the United States with George Solt, author of The Untold History of Ramen. Tune into this episode to learn how international relations and trade agreements allowed ramen to evolve in Japan using non-traditional ingredients. How do ramen noodles different from other Japanese noodle soups like soba? How did ramen preparations change in order to satisfy the caloric needs of the Japanese population. Tune into this program to learn more about the first instances of instant ramen, ramen museum, and the dish's nutritional value! Are ramen shops in Japan as popular as their equivalents in the United States today? Tune in to find out! Thanks to our sponsor, S. Wallace Edwards & Sons. Music by Pamela Royal.

"Until the introduction of Western food culture en mass in the 19th Century, the Japanese didn't eat much meat; it was much more of fish and vegetable type of eating culture... It shows how politics, international relations, and trade affect food culture." [6:50]

"The pushcart is really the site that the ramen phenomenon came from." [9:20]

-- George Solt on A Taste of the Past


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