Episode from the podcastGravy

Pop-Up Identity

Released Thursday, 21st February 2019
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Chefs stage pop-up dinners to tell stories, many of them focused on identity. Whether's it's to highlight African American chefs, develop a platform for Indian American chefs in the South, or focus on Appalachia's food history, the dinners weave identity into the courses. 
For chefs, pop-up dinners are opportunities to network and build camaraderie. For diners, they have the potential to educate. Ultimately, these events aim to shift identity narratives. 
This episode was reported and produced by Irina Zhorov.

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Length
20m 42s
Explicit
No
Episode Type
Full

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