If you’ve ever wondered about the origins of food traditions then this podcast is for you. A podcast put together by Whenstone, a print magazine and media company dedicated to food origins and culture, the podcast and the notion is about deepening our understanding by going to the source.
We discovered the podcast through this video, which allowed us to reminisce about a time visiting the pepper farms of Kep in the Kampot region of Cambodia
Food origins and culture is something that often drives our projects, it is a very important part of our history. It always wonderful that food can bring people together from any part of the world.
Since its launch in 2019, the Hubbub podcast, What on Earth has been a great source for reliable, well-considered and thought-provoking information on sustainability across many industries.
With sustainability becoming a trend for corporations to plaster and greenwash across their 2020 press releases, it’s important to seek out those that have a true understanding of the issues. It can feel like that the issue is so vast and hard to keep up with, this podcast does a great job of bringing those issues to a down-to-earth discussion that helps us through our questions and uncertainties.
When we heard the name and saw the artwork for Take a Bao, we knew this was something we would enjoy. Take a Bao is hosted by Jun, a Malaysian engineer turned cook and food writer. The podcast takes a deep looker at both Asian food history and recent trends. A stand-out episode covers the history of Kopi Houses in Malaysia and is reflective of our work with Little Yellow Rice Co.
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