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Omnibus #31

podcast icon Posted Wednesday, July 11, 2007. Total length: 35:41

Food historian Alice Ross explores the evolution of cooking and what it says about the changing lives of women on Long Island from colonial times up to the present.
"...[girls] by the time they were 12 or 13 could feed a family unassisted."
Dr. Alice Ross

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Song: "Fortune" by Great Big Sea

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