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Published October 23rd, 2014

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By Amrita Gupta & Yvette Cabrera

The labor intensive process of obtaining sourwood honey and various environmental factors have made it an endangered American food. But efforts are being made to protect it.

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The cereal: Honey Nut Cheerios. The guest: Karen Palmer. Karen is the Executive Editor at Tasting Table, a website and newsletter for culinary enthusiasts. Sharing her personal history with the epicurean delight known as cereal, it turns out that Karen lived in Italy for a time growing up and took great offense at the lack of traditional cereal options and cold milk available across the pond. Ben and Karen bond over childhood bans on sweet breakfast items and universally agree that Honey Nut Cheerios is the gateway cereal, before delving into an array of Cheerios factoids. After the break, tune in as Ben and guest dissect a tiny, foreign, knock-off box of Honey Nut Cheerios to see which cereal reigns supreme. This program was brought to you by The Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board.

"I feel like Honey Nut Cheerios is the pot of cereals!"

"I usually go 2% - skim milk is way too watery, I want a little bit of body, and I feel whole is, for me, too much."

--Karen Palmer on Cereal

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In this second installment of Thoughts from the Field, Josh takes us to Yuendumu, a remote town of a few hundred people in the middle of the Central Australian desert. Often times, the lab's work in the field is nothing like what they had in mind. What does it mean to go into another culture and ask questions? What are some of the challenges and obstacles in fieldwork? And what are some of the unexpected rewards?

Voices: Josh Evans, Ben Reade, Andreas Johnsen, Wendy Baarda, Coral Kelake, and Tess Napaljarri Ross

Music: It's Cold and Beautiful by Magical Mistakes

Field audio from Andreas Johnsen

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