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The Range

By Foodways Texas

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Description

Welcome to The Range, where you'll find unexpected stories about Texas foods and cultures. The Range explores the rich variety of Texas foods: from old traditions to new innovations, you'll hear from a diverse set of Texans who are in the thick of growing, cooking, distributing, and eating food. We're a production of Foodways Texas, and we bring a sense of history to the many voices we feature who find a meeting ground in this contentious, boisterous, and rapidly changing state. In this podcast, borders are always permeable, food is always changing, stereotypes are right for busting -- but our table is big enough to accommodate the range of it. It is Texas, after all.

Customer Reviews

A great food/history/culture podcast!

Joining the ranks of excellent podcasts on food, history, and culture is "The Range" from Foodways Texas. This premiere episode on "Beans" ranged widely, from "the black bean episode" of 1843--where captured Texians were forced to pick beans from a jar to determine who would be executed by the Mexicans--to a report from the recent chili competition in Terlingua. Well written and produced, this enjoyable and educational episode has me looking forward to more podcasts from Foodways Texas.

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  • Category: History
  • Language: English

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