Indian-ish Recipes, Wisconsin’s First Black-Owned Brewery, State Rep. Katrina Shankland On Water Concerns In Wisconsin

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Indian roti pizza
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There’s no such thing as curry. That’s the position of our Food Friday guest, who shares “Indian-ish” recipes from her new cookbook. We also learn about one of the first African-American-owned breweries, located in Oshkosh, and take a look at a Democratic state lawmaker’s initiatives to improve the state’s water quality.

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  • Food Friday: Indian-ish With Priya Krishna

    Cooking flavorful, authentic, accessible food that’s influenced by Indian cuisine is the subject of a new cookbook by food writer Priya Krishna. For this Food Friday, we talk with the author about what inspired her to write this cookbook and how to bring Indian-ish cooking into our own kitchens.

  • State Rep. Katrina Shankland On Water Concerns In Wisconsin

    There have been growing concerns in recent years about pollutants–such as lead and nitrates–contaminating Wisconsin’s water supply. We speak with a Democratic state lawmaker about initiatives she has spearheaded to mitigate the issue.

  • The Story Of One Of The Country's First Black-Owned Breweries In Oshkosh

    Here’s something you might not have known: one of the country’s first black-owned breweries was based in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. We talk to the curator of a new exhibit looking at the history and legacy of People’s Brewing Company, which was purchased by a group of black businessmen in 1970.

Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • Tim Peterson Producer
  • J. Carlisle Larsen Producer
  • Rachael Vasquez Producer
  • Priya Krishna Guest
  • Katrina Shankland Guest
  • Ben Barbera Guest

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