PRESS RELEASE: DELICIOUS REVOLUTION SEASON ONE
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“DELICIOUS REVOLUTION” RECORDS A BROADER, DEEPER CONVERSATION ABOUT FOOD
GEYSERVILLE, CA- July 8, 2016- “Delicious Revolution” (http://delilciousrevolutionshow.com), a podcast about food, culture and place debuts it’s third season Monday, July 11, 2016, with nine in-depth interviews with farmers, chefs, artists, poets, activists and researchers who work on food. All share a commitment to making more just and sustainable food systems. In intimate, long-form interviews, these food thinkers discuss their evolving visions for a different kind of food system, and the many ways they have engaged with the food movement over many years.
On this third season of Delicious Revolution, we’re brining you stories and perspectives from the unseen places in food systems, going behind kitchen doors, into the underground nests of native bees, under the waves, and to the faraway origins of flavors we love, just to name a few. We're speaking with people who work with food in places we normally cannot see— or don’t notice. It’s a season of unseen stories of food.
“Delicious Revolution” is the creation of artist Chelsea Wills and scientist Devon Sampson, who have both worked on food issues for more than a decade. They have both been encouraged by the growth in interest and around food and food issues, but also have found the most public conversations about food systems to lack the imaginative possibility of more private conversations with their friends and colleagues.
“I have found that the best conversations seem to happen in a field, kitchen, or over a meal. These exchanges bring energy that feels alive, creative, and full of new possibilities. I wanted to record this kind of conversation, with the people who have inspired the ways I think about food.” says show creator Chelsea Wills.
“The culture and politics of food are made in our daily conversations,” says Devon Sampson, co-creator of Delicious Revolution. “With so many people deeply involved in making and thinking about food, I think it is time to broaden the scope of voices that represent the food movement.”
Listeners can subscribe now to “Delicious Revolution” on iTunes or any podcast app. More information, including a schedule for the first season, is available at deliciousrevolutionshow.com.
Chelsea Wills or Devon Sampson
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