Future Visions of Food, Culture and Community
Published:May 23, 2020
The last episode of Thought on Tap for the semester was conducted online as a podcast given the COVID-19 pandemic. We now have it available for anyone who wants to stream it—check it out here!
Transcript of the podcast can be viewed here.
More about this episode
Discussion was facilitated by Bretton Rodriguez (Lecturer of Core Humanities)
- Our very own, Tim Healion
- Mark Estee (Award-winning Chef and Restaurateur)
- Amanda Burden (Publisher and Editor of Edible Reno Tahoe)
- Kerri Lesh (Cultural Anthropology and Basque Studies, Certified Specialist in wine)
- What does the future of food and how we consume it look like?
- What will the most viable and sustainable food sources be?
- How might eating at home and out in restaurants be different after the current health and economic crisis?
- How can we build/rebuild communities through eating and food practices?
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