The April Food Show is a lot about meat.
First, Miriam's 89 year-old Mom, Diana, talks about her days
working in a butcher shop in the Bronx during WWII.
We are then joined by Sasha Wizansky, the co-founder of
Meatpaper, a magazine that probes meat culture.
Laura takes us to Corvallis to talk with the folks at the new
emergency food pantry on campus at OSU--now students
can eat AND buy books!
Beth Poteet of Witness for Peace NW briefs us about agriculture
in Oaxaca 15 years after NAFTA landed in Mexico.
Finally we talk with Lauren Gwin, an OSU agriculture economist,
and Frank McElroy of Firehouse Meats about efforts to expand meat
processing possibilities in Oregon.
- Title: Meat Matters
- Length: 47:28 minutes (43.46 MB)
- Format: MP3 Stereo 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)