What is Good Food? Five episodes of delicious stories and conversations about how we know what we eat is ‘good’. This podcast series is produced by a group of food researchers, and our conversations are based on papers presented at a food research workshop organised by the SOAS Food Studies Centre and University of Warwick Food GRP.
Via itunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/what-is-good-food/id1309980803?mt=2
Via soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/whatisgoodfood
Episode 1 wonders whether the past is tasty through a conversation about food history and heritage in Macau and Ghana.
Episode 2 asks who decides what is good food: governments, markets, men, women or children, with examples ranging from London to India.
Episode 3 “tastes like a piece of heaven” and features a conversation about farming and ways of knowing in the US and Bangladesh.
Episode 4 explores “real food” in and around farmers markets in Shanghai and in food education in Taiwan.
Episode 5 features a conversation about the construction of value, with stories about ox meat and bread from Croatia and Morocco.
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