Anne Lamott on love, Cooking mistakes, Grocery consolidation

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Author and activist Anne Lamott joins the show again to talk about her 20th book all about love. Then Food Friday this week focuses on memorable kitchen mishaps. And researchers explain what’s contributing to food inflation.

Featured in this Episode

  • What to know about love

    Anne Lamott is back with us to talk about her new book “Somehow: Thoughts on Love.”

  • Food Friday: Worst cooking mistakes

    From raw chicken in the fondue pot to celery salt instead of celery, we relive, and learn from (and, yes, laugh about) our low points preparing food.

  • How grocery monopolies affect prices

    A new report from the Federal Trade Commission looks at the major disruptions to the American food-supply chain at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic. But even with supply chains returning to normal, food prices (and profits) have stayed high. A food industry researcher and investigative journalist look at how grocery consolidation is contributing to food inflation.

Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • Anne Lamott Guest
  • Ben Murray Guest
  • Eric Schlosser Guest
  • Dean Knetter Executive Producer
  • Tim Peterson Producer
  • Richelle Wilson