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Most of us eat breakfast every day, but we rarely think of the the origins behind the meal. From etymology to cultural history - go deeper behind breakfast on this week's episode of A Taste of the Past as Linda Pelacchio is joined by author of "Breakfast, A History", Heather Arndt Anderson. Hear how the grab-and-go approach for breakfast has maintained over time and why grains have proven to be so important not only in the meal but in human evolution at large. Discover the early days of the Kellogg brothers as they searched a product that was easy to chew and ended up revolutionizing the way we eat breakfast. From corn to dairy and coffee to cocktails, dig deep into breakfast on A Taste of the Past. This program was sponsored by S. Wallace Edwards & Sons. Break music provided courtesy of Cookies.

"Breakfast was always a grab and go meal and that's a trend that's maintained over time." [6:00]

"In the Renaissance, egg cookery was a pretty big deal. They found hundreds of new ways to cook eggs." [21:00]

"Because of poor water quality in the Middle Ages, small beer was the most common beverage during breakfast." [24:00]

--Heather Arndt Anderson on A Taste of the Past


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Nice Peter and Mom Made Meals. Musicians and moms unite! This week on Sharp & Hot, Emily is first joined by her friend Nice Peter, a touring musician with a massive YouTube following. Find out how he used a video to teach people about kale salad, why he thinks Wegmans is the best supermarket in the country and what he enjoys eating on the road. Later on, Emily chats with Heather Stouffer, of Mom Made Meals, which is dedicated to helping children begin and sustain a lifetime of healthy eating. This program was brought to you by The International Culinary Center.

"Kids are very unique. Our customers, who are school age kids, are difficult." [25:00]

"The only thing children can control when they are really young is what goes into their body and what goes out of their body." [27:00]

--Heather Stouffer on Sharp & Hot


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