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One of the best ways to learn about a culture is by learning about their food. Home Plates is a podcast that aims to connect people through food. Each episode will feature an international student who will share the food culture from their country. Recorded and produced by DD Madigan.

One of the best ways to learn about a culture is by learning about their food. Home Plates is a podcast that aims to connect people through food. Each episode will feature an international student who will share the food culture from their country. Recorded and produced by DD Madigan.
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United States

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One of the best ways to learn about a culture is by learning about their food. Home Plates is a podcast that aims to connect people through food. Each episode will feature an international student who will share the food culture from their country. Recorded and produced by DD Madigan.

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English

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Episodes

Slow Food

5/30/2018
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In the last episode of the school year, DD sits down with Jack Russillo to talk about what exactly slow food is and how we can incorporate it into our lives more. If you missed any Home Plates episode catch up and subscribe on iTunes, Google Play, Tunein, and Stitcher. A brand new season awaits […]

Duration:00:33:31

Night Markets

5/16/2018
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Learn all about Taiwanese food in this episode as Jason Lee discusses what makes it unique from mainland China’s cuisine and why night markets are about more than just the food.

Duration:00:33:24

Moms + Love = Food

5/11/2018
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In honor of Mother’s Day, Home Plates is switching thing up. DD sits down to talk with six different daughters about their moms and their favorite food memories with them. They discuss what dish they miss when they’re away from home, the weird quirks she has and most importantly they try to get to the […]

Duration:00:31:14

Indigenous Food Sovereignty with Dr. Charlotte Coté

5/2/2018
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Dr. Charlotte Coté, a professor in the American Indian Studies program talks about Indigenous food sovereignty and the symposium being held this Friday and Saturday at the Intellectual House. Dr. Coté is the chair of the Intellectual House and is the co-founder and chair of the food symposium “The Living Breath of wǝɫǝbʔaltxʷ”. UW students may attend for free and […]

Duration:00:53:24

Peanut Butter is Life

4/25/2018
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Brian Bartels joins DD in the studio to talk about back country food…the food you eat when you’re hiking! Brian shares his wisdom of what to pack, what not to pack and how not to attract any furry friends all while making sure you enjoy a good meal out in the wilderness. No restaurant recs: […]

Duration:00:39:52

Good Mexican Food Comes From Mexican Hands

4/18/2018
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Yuliette Medina is in the studio to discuss Mexican food. She breaks down some misconceptions, discusses food from Monterrey and one of her favorite birthday traditions. Recs: – Guanaco’s Tacos Pupuseria

Duration:00:46:36

‘Gursha’ – “How we show love…”

4/11/2018
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This week is all about Ethiopian and Eritrean food. I’m joined by two members of the Ethiopian and Eritrean Student Union to find out more about their food cultures. They discuss Ethiopian staples and they touch on Ethiopian spice and coffee (spoiler they love their food spicy and their coffee strong!). Recommendations: – Saba – […]

Duration:00:41:27

Culturally Inspired Beer-with Lucky Envelope Brewery

4/4/2018
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Co-founders Barry Chan and Ray Kwan discuss how they started their own brewery, share some of the fun flavors of beer they’ve tried and their own favorite places to grab a pint. Join Lucky Envelope Brewery to celebrate their 3rd year of business on April 28th but before then check out their Sour Beer Day happening this Saturday: https://www.facebook.com/events/161197178031317/ […]

Duration:00:47:36

Get Bagel’d – Passover & Jewish Food 101

3/28/2018
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To kick off season 3 Danielle Hamer and Nicole Pinkus tell you all about Passover and their favorite Jewish foods. Together we use the power of Google to find out why you hide the afikoman and where bagels came from. Recs: – Roxy’s Diner Link to Hillel’s Seder happening this Friday: Facebook

Duration:00:44:00

Finding Identity Through Food

3/7/2018
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DD is joined by Kimberly King Schaub, a research chef and also a transracial adoptee to discuss their food cultures, identity, and cooking. This is the season 2 finale of Home Plates! Check back in April for new episodes of Home Plates and in the meantime catch up on any episodes you may have missed!

Duration:00:56:12

It’s the Small Things

2/28/2018
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Jesús Juan Pablo Hidlago Campos talks about Peruvian food, and explains what makes good ceviche. Hidalgo Campos talks about Chifa, a Chinese food in Peru and of course a little fútbol. Restaurant Recs: – Los Pollos Hermanos A recipe for Lomo Saltado

Duration:00:42:39

Palestinian Awareness – Maintaining culture through food

2/22/2018
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In recognition of Palestinian Awarenss Week put on by the UW student group SUPER, Amira Matter discusses Palestinian culture and food. Amira describes the political situation for Palestinians and why food is so essential to maintaining culture. Here is a link to the Facebook event page to find out the events going on these last […]

Duration:00:37:48

Year of the Dog

2/14/2018
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Christine McManigal shares her family’s Chinese New Year traditions and advises DD on what she should make for her own Lunar New Year dinner. Restaurants recs: -Jade Garden (again) -Little Sheep Mongolian Hot Pot -T & T Seafood Restaurant

Duration:00:37:39

Take a Siesta

2/7/2018
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Blanca Viña Patiño visits the studio and discusses the origin of Tapas, Spanish drinking culture and how to eat a barnacle. Restaurant Recs: None, go to Spain!

Duration:00:28:57

The Wonders of Fish Sauce, Banh mi, and Pho

1/31/2018
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A child of two Vietnamese immigrants, May Nguyen discusses classic Vietnamese dishes and DD provides some background on the origins of pho that she researched from a website called lovingpho.com Restaurant Recs: Saigon Deli Ba Bar Pho Tran Brothers

Duration:00:27:31

No Kangaroos in Austria

1/24/2018
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Sara Koeck kicks off season 2 to talk all about Austrian food. Sara discusses wiener schnitzel and DD learns to never mistake an Austrian for a German or vice versa. Recommended Restaurants: Alstadt Bierhalle

Duration:00:34:35

Home Plates 2017 Holiday Special

12/6/2017
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In the season 1 finale of Home Plates, DD is joined by podcast hosts Aidan Walker and Blake Peterson from the Cinemadventure podcast, and Christine McManigal of Pillow Talk to discuss their own holiday food traditions. Follow Home Plates @UW_HomePlates Listen to Cinemadventure and follow @thefilmcast Listen to Pillow Talk and follow @UWPillowTalk

Duration:00:38:18

Iran: Nor Eastern, nor Western, nor Arab

11/29/2017
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Sameem Norooz joins DD in the studio to talk all about Persian food. Norooz breaks down the differences between Arabic food and Persian food and shares some of his favorite dishes and why he loves Persian food so much. Recommended places: -Persepolis Grill -Caspian Grill -Zeitoon Grill

Duration:00:41:55

Pineapple -The Colonial Fruit

11/22/2017
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This week is all about Hawaiian food. Tiffany Tang and Natalie Bruecher join DD in the studio to talk about local island cuisine and also Indigenous foods of the Hawaiian islands. Recommended restaurants: 45th Stop N Shop & Poke Bar GoPoké Kona Kitchen

Duration:00:40:50

Burgers and Shwarma​​

11/15/2017
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Louie Ghalib joins host DD Madigan in the studio to talk Arabic food. Louie dishes on the best shwarma on the Ave and his love for burgers. Recommended restaurants: Fayza Samir’s

Duration:00:34:19