This is our third Google Hangout featuring lecturers from UC Berkeley's School of Journalism course, Edible Education 103. During this live video chat, selected participants have the opportunity to ask questions of the guest speakers.
Question Authors are:
Annie Happel, who has a recipe/food/travel blog at Happelsauce.com and works on the marketing team at OpenTable.com.
Tess Kenner, who is producer at an San Francisco ad agency and a former Kitchen Sisters intern.
Stacey Slate, who is is the Community Manager at the Edible Schoolyard Project.
The Kitchen Sisters (DAVIA NELSON & NIKKI SILVA) are producers of the duPont-Columbia Award-winning NPR series, Hidden Kitchens, and the two Peabody Award-winning NPR series, Lost & Found Sound and The Sonic Memorial Project. Hidden Kitchens, heard on Morning Edition, explores the world of secret, unexpected, below-the-radar cooking across America—how communities come together through food. The series inspired their first book, Hidden Kitchens: Stories, Recipes, and More from NPR’s The Kitchen Sisters, a New York Times Notable Book of the Year for 2005 and nominee for the James Beard Award for Best Writing on Food. As independent producers, they are the creators of more than 200 stories for public broadcast about the lives, histories, art, and rituals of people who have shaped our diverse cultural heritage. The Kitchen Sisters educate and train new voices for public media in an imaginative, artistic, and creative approach to storytelling. They have taught and lectured at universities, festivals, workshops, and other public forums throughout the country and abroad.
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