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06:01

A Taste of the Past - Episode 71 - Eat Your Words: A Culinary History of the English Language

What do beat, bean, and leek all have in common with each other? Find out on this week's episode A Taste of The Past where Linda goes into the history of food and culinary etymology with Ina Lipkowitz teacher of English literature and Biblical Studies at MIT and author of Words to Eat By. Discover the semantic shift in the word meat, the influence of the ancient Romans on plant breeds, and how much religious symbolism is based off food. Listen and become aware about how much food words have an impact on us. This episode is sponsored by The Hearst Ranch. http://www.heritageradionetwork.com/episodes/1752-A-Taste-of-the-Past-Episode-71-Eat-Your-Words-A-Culinary-History-of-the-English-Language

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