Week of April 27, 2014

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04.27.2014

Food to Die For

04.27.2014

This hour we combine two seemingly unlikely things: food and death. But when you think about it food and death really do go hand-in-hand. From the Last Meal to the new phenomena of Death Dinners. 

  1. The Last Meal - Death Row cook Brian Price

    There’s another place where food and death go together, but it’s a place we don’t like to talk about: the last meal. Brian Price has prepared the last meals for some 200 inmates on Death Row in Texas prisons. 

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  2. Southern Guide to Cooking at Funerals - Charlotte Hays

    Mississippian Charlotte Hays is co-author of a cookbook called, “Being Dead is No Excuse: The Official Southern Ladies Guide to Hosting the Perfect Funeral.” 

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  3. Sonic Sidebar: Dane County Farmer’s Market

    Sounds from the Dane County Farmer’s Market, right here in Madison, Wisconsin.  Our farmer’s market is the largest in the country.

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  4. Death Dinners - Michael Hebb

    Michael Hebb is the founder of “Let’s Have Dinner and Talk About Death.” Let me repeat that. His organization is called “Let’s Have Dinner and Talk About Death.”

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  5. BookMark: Poet Billy Collins

    Poet Billy Collins bookmarks "The Strange Last Voyage of Donald Crowhurst."

     

     

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  6. On Our Minds: Poet Nikki Giovanni

     Inspired by the Civil Rights and Black Power Movements and by African-American activists and artists Giovanni’s poetry has become synonymous with the struggle of African-Americans, and especially the struggle of Black women.

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