#1620: Food, Identity & Heritage | 51%

August 06, 2020 00:27:29
#1620: Food, Identity & Heritage | 51%
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#1620: Food, Identity & Heritage | 51%
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On this week’s 51%, a much-admired chef discusses her career, food, identity and heritage. We also hear about an exhibit highlighting notable women. Dr. Sharon Ufberg returns with her 51% segment “Force of Nature.” This time she interviews acclaimed chef, restaurateur, and cookbook author, Tanya Holland. Holland has been celebrated by critics for her distinct […]

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