Linda Civitello recounts the history of Halloween, while Eddie Lin dines on strange sausages. Eric Nuzum share his obsession with blood-drinking vampires, Marion Nestle discusses melamine and how it entered the food supply and nutritionist Jill Jayne explains fear's impact on digestion. Plus, Andrew Steiner slices up stinky cheeses, Nat Bletter leads edible plant tours of New York's Central Park and Laura Avery has a fresh Market Report.
Halloween History; Melamine; Vampire Tales; Digesting Fear
From this Episode:
Fearless eater and Deep End Dining blogger Eddie Lin samples strange sausages at Brats Brothers Gourmet Sausage Grill in Sherman Oaks. He says to be sure to try the...
Marion Nestle , a highly respected professor of nutrition, food studies and public health at New York University, discusses melamine and how it entered the food supply....
History of Halloween
Linda Civitello talks about the history of Halloween, how the pumpkin became associated with this holiday, trick-or-treating and candy corn.
An Edible Tour of Central Park
Ethno-botanist Nat Bletter leads edible plant tours of Central Park in New York City. He also shares his adventures grazing around the world. Nat will be leading a cultural...
Vampire-obsessed Eric Nuzum talks about garlic as vampire repellent, drinking blood and other vampire lore. He points out that the vampire myth was created because of the...
Fromager Andrew Steiner highlights fine stinky cheeses and explains why they smell. He is the owner of Andrew's Cheese Shop in Santa Monica.
Nutritionist Jill Jayne explains how is digested and why fear impacts the body. A registered dietitian who is known as the Rockstar Nutritionist , Jayne teaches health...