HV054- Food Fight

Fruit bin at the supermarketHearing Voices from NPR®
054 Food Fight: The Dark Side of the Muffin
Host: Larry Massett of Hearing Voices
Airs week of: 2010-11-17 (Originally: 2009-03-25)

“Food Fight” (52:00 mp3):

Serving a savory mix of these Ingredients (photo © Hildie Golding):

“Eat the damn cheese,” sez Carolyn Hopewell in the web series Chesty Morgan’s Forbidden Love.

A Chinese student, Mr. Yen Ching, shares with host Larry Massett his recipe for cooking “Carp” and escaping communism.

Young Palestinian-American Rocky Tayeh, from WNYC Radio Rookies, fights food in “My Struggle with Obesity.”

Then, Rocky is surgically “Saying Goodye To Food,” also from Radio Rookies, produced by Kaari Pitkin, edited by Marianne McCune and Karen Michel.

Clothesline Revival musically cooks up “Shornin’ Bread,” with a 1940s tape of Ora Dell Graham and grammar school girls, recorded by John Lomax (CD: Long Gone 2005, archive tape: Treasury of Library of Congress Field Recordings).

Poet (and fmr Drunken Boat singer) Told Colby really wants some “Cake,” form the CD compiltation Word Up

A Louisiana State Penitentiary inmate prepare “King’s Candy: A Prison Kitchen Vision,” part of Hidden Kitchens, a Kitchen Sisters series. (Music: .)

Another Hidden Kitchens is the concession-stand for “Broncos and Boudin: The Angola Prison Rodeo.” (Music: “Born on the Bayou” Creedence Clearwater Revival Bayou Country, “What is Success” Allen Toussaint The Allen Toussaint Collection, “Tipitina and Me” Allen Toussaint Our New Orleans, “I’m Lonesome Blues” Robert Pete Williams Angola Prisoners’ Blues, “Back Water Blues,” Irma Thomas Our New Orleans, “Come on in My Kitchen” Cassandra Wilson Blue Light ‘Til Dawn.)

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