Food Podcasts 1.0: These Radio Pioneers Had It Down 90 Years Ago
Before there was the Food Network or even Julia Child on PBS, there were folksy radio homemakers. These early 20th-century women offered recipes, life hacks and insights for the modern farmer’s wife. And just like podcasts or television food shows today, their shows were often personal, off-the-cuff and straight from the kitchen table. Read more to learn how these women brought a bit of their heritage from other cultures to the farm table and beyond. Culinary students might research some of the recipes and hacks broadcast many decades ago!
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