Mar 25th, 2015
Cookbooks and cooking with fire
Welcome to the new podcast season and the new podcast format!
With Season 2 of the podcast, expect:
- Shorter and sweeter episodes
- More interviews and guests
- Audio recommendations (both audiobooks and podcasts) to help you pass the time walking
- A simple, fun, but powerful action at the end of each show
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The books we talked about on today’s show
Something else to listen to while walking!
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This week we suggest Catching Fire: How Cooking Make Us Human
Once our hominid ancestors began cooking their food, the human digestive tract shrank and the brain grew. Time once spent chewing tough raw food could be sued instead to hunt and to tend camp. Cooking became the basis for pair bonding and marriage, created the household, and even led to a sexual division of labor. Tracing the contemporary implications of our ancestors’ diets, Catching Fire sheds new light on how we came to be the social, intelligent, and sexual species we are today.
We both loved this book, and we hope you do, too!
This episode’s action
Find a cookbook that you were inspired enough to buy, but then set aside.
Read through it, and pick at least one new recipe to make this week. Inspired? Make two!
Roland & Galina