NFB Interactive: Bread

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Here is a project that is right in line with Roots & Recipes. In this simple interactive video presentation, six older women from across Canada (including two First Nations women as well as… Continue reading

Roots & Recipes Radio Hour: Family Cookbooks

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The Roots & Recipes Radio Hour is now live-streaming on a new day at a new time – Tuesday afternoons at 5PM – via Green Room Radio, an initiative out of the Maison Sociale, located… Continue reading

Roots & Recipes Radio Hour: Diet Shifts

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The Roots & Recipes Radio Hour streams live via Green Room Radio (Friday morning, 10AM), an initiative out of the Maison Sociale, located at 5386 Boulevard St-Laurent in Montreal. Their online radio streams live… Continue reading

ROOTS & RECIPES RADIO HOUR: FAD DIETS

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As you probably know by now, Roots & Recipes is now doing a weekly radio show over at Green Room Radio (Friday morning, 10AM), an initiative out of the new Maison Sociale, located… Continue reading

ROOTS & RECIPES RADIO HOUR: CANADIAN-CHINESE FOOD

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As you probably know by now, Roots & Recipes is now doing a weekly radio show over at Green Room Radio (Friday morning, 10AM), an initiative out of the new Maison Sociale, located… Continue reading

ROOTS & RECIPES RADIO HOUR: “ALTERNATIVES” AND MIMOUNA

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On this episode of the Roots & Recipes Radio Hour we had some very special guests from the Politics of Food and Film class in the Communication Studies department at Concordia University. More… Continue reading

ROOTS & RECIPES RADIO HOUR: THE FOOD TRADITIONS OF PASSOVER/GREEK EASTER

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In case you haven’t heard, Roots & Recipes is now doing a weekly radio show over at Green Room Radio (Friday morning, 10AM), an initiative out of the new Maison Sociale, located at… Continue reading

Gaza Kitchen Potluck

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Last week we had the chance to embark on a journey to a tiny strip of land. Guided by the excellent cookbook Gaza Kitchen, written by two women originally from Gaza, we were able… Continue reading

Episode 6: Nechama’s Chulent

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Our first episode of Dishing Up the Past in a year! In this video, my mother, Nechama Rotstein (nee Godinger), who was born in Israel, teaches Netta (one of my three older sisters)… Continue reading