The Crossroads of Culture and Cuisine with Grace Choi
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On todays show, I talk to Grace Choi about the complicated, comforting, connecting roles food plays in our lives. She offers insights from a wide range of perspectives from her experience as a child of immigrants to her years as a food studies student and teacher to her recent role as mother of two. It was such a pleasure to see food and life through her eyes.

Grace Choi is the founder of Cookable, a technology company that reimagines the way people cook at home, and the host of its podcast The Psyche Eats. She holds her PhD in food studies from NYU and is an adjunct professor of food and psychology at The New School.   

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