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Hidden Kitchens


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This series on NPR is pretty interesting.  The one this morning was about a man who made pralines while in jail.

I'm not reading carefully enough - I just posted about this in response to a mention of pralines. What a great story - I can't wait to read/hear others. The book might have to go at the top of my Christmas list.

Looks like the Kitchen Sisters will be here soon:

HIDDEN KITCHENS

Stories Recipies & More from NPR’S THE KITCHEN SISTERS (Davia Nelson & Nikki Silva)

BOOK TOUR / FALL 2005

OLSSON’S

Wednesday, November 16, 7:00 p.m.

Arlington Courthouse

2111 Wilson Blvd.

Arlington, VA 22314

olssons.com

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I clocked over 5,000 miles on the elliptical this morning.

Listened to several episodes of Hidden Kitchens, everything from prison rodeo cooking to the Armenian origins of Rice-a-Roni to the rich tradition of Lebanese cooking in the Mississippi Delta. This was a remarkably well-produced series. I have been engaged by the content but also struck by the clean and consistent sound levels (not always the case with such productions!).

Another link to Hidden Kitchens on the NPR website.

Tip for iPhone users: Your NPR Addict application will bring up Hidden Kitchens via the following sequence:

NPR Podcast Directory/Arts & Life/NPR: Hidden Kitchens

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