Oral Food History

In honor of the Thanksgiving season, join us for a limited Community Spotlight series on Oral Food History Projects, produced by students from the University of Arkansas' Department of Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness.

Today Pete talks with student Talon Cook about the kind of foods that his grandfather ate growing up on their family farm in Oklahoma.  Talon's grandfather describes changes in consumption practices and the different types of foods that are available today due to mass production and globalization. 

In honor of the Thanksgiving season, join us for a limited Community Spotlight series on Oral Food History Projects, produced by students from the University of Arkansas' Department of Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness.

In honor of the Thanksgiving season, join us for a limited Community Spotlight series on Oral Food History Projects, produced by students from the University of Arkansas' Department of Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness.

In honor of the Thanksgiving season, join us for a limited Community Spotlight series on Oral Food History Projects, produced by students from the University of Arkansas' Department of Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness.

Today Pete talks with student Katie Gardner about consumption practices of the American past, and how these practices have changed.  Katie discusses an interview with her grandfather, highlighting the contrast of a homegrown past with a store-bought present.