Thursday, October 15, 2009

What does our food media say about who we are?

What does our food media say about who we are? Is it about great recipes, or something more? Iron Chef, Rachel Ray, The Minimalist, Hells Kitchen, Martha Stewart and Julie and Julia, the Food Network--what do they all mean about our relationship to food, and who we are? Can learning about food take us somewhere beyond the kitchen? If you subscribe to a cooking magazine or watch food shows on TV, what are you looking for? Join us live at 11 a.m. or send us an email at What does our food media say about us? It's Your Call with Rose Aguilar, and you.

Jane Goldman, editor in chief of

Lisa Jervis, founder of Bitch Magazine and author of Cook Food: A Manualfesto for Easy, Local, Healthy Eating

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1 comment:

pegasusgiraffe said...

I very much enjoyed the variety of viewpoints on this show, and exposure to new links and writings to check out. I would like to add this blog to the mix :
This is posted by Annie Jelnick, her approach is to bracket memories & experiences with family and friends in her life, as they relate to meals they shared. She often sums up each posting with the recipe for the item of discussion. She has written op-ed pieces for the Santa Barbara News-Press and the blog was referred to in a piece she did for the LA Times.