Food and drinks writer and recipe developer Alicia Kennedy and Plate magazine editor in-chief (and former pro cook) Chandra Ram discuss two subjects that have been in the news recently: Recipe credit in restaurants and the media’s role in creating and expunging bad kitchen behavior.
This episode was occasioned by the articles “There’s No I in Jam: Sqirl Wrestles with the Sticky Question of Who Really Owns a Recipe” and “How Food Media Created Monsters in the Kitchen.”
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