Posts tagged podcast
What's For Dinner: the best spaghetti bolognese we've ever tried (and a lot more!)

This week on What’s For Dinner? we’re cooking up Chelsea Winter’s delicious spaghetti bolognese recipe, crowning New Zealand’s best butcher, discussing whether meat has become a scapegoat by the media, exploring some special occasion meals, and giving our fans the chance to win dinner on us.

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Is meat a scapegoat: exploring the shifting narrative around the place of red meat in society

Meat is all about context according to visiting Belgian Professor Frédéric Leroy. Joining us for our latest podcast, Professor Leroy, who has a background in microbiology, food science and human and animal well-being at Vrije University Brussels, discussed the history of meat and how perceptions of it have changed through time, seeking to answer the question ‘Is meat a scapegoat?’

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