Let's Spill Some American Liber(tea)

Food Faultlines by Aisle Mine

05-10-2021 • 41 mins

After all, do we have to cook turkey on Thanksgiving? Korean-American chef Eliana Lee explains how the transition from childhood to adulthood helped her understand more about ‘American’ cuisine. There truly are a myriad of cultures that encompass what makes up the America we live in today.

Feeling hungry? Don't forget to grab your tickets for our monthly workshop, Cannabis Cooking 101 with chef Alesia McCloud. Visit our website for more monthly workshops and customized cooking classes with professional chefs around the world.

Credits

Food Faultlines is hosted by Kiana Estevez, founder of Aisle Mine. Food Faultlines was produced by Marissa McMinn, Jenny Tungsubutra, and Rachael Buchwalter.

Music

Intro - Fly Away by Mountaineer

Outro - Alleyways by Color Parade

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