1 hr 3 min

Tony Chackal on Supper Clubs Thought About Food Podcast

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This episode we spoke with Tony Chackal about "supper clubs" -- how you can start one, and the political, social, and cultural implications of the practice of providing food as a host or receiving food as a guest.


Show Notes:


Follow us on Twitter at @FoodThoughtPod, and you can drop us a line at ThoughtAboutFood on Gmail. Leave us a review wherever you get your podcasts! It helps people find the show.

Tony Chackal is a philosopher and Visiting Assistant Professor in the Philosophy Department at Miami University.

Tony kindly agreed to create a playlist to listen to with your supper club. Take a listen, and if you start a supper club, let us know!

The book I couldn't come up with the name of was obviously Bowling Alone

The intro and outro music is "Whiskey Before Breakfast" which is both a great traditional song and a possible inspiration for a "pre-breakfast club" that you could also consider starting. It was performed and shared by The Dan River Ramblers under a Creative Commons license.

This episode we spoke with Tony Chackal about "supper clubs" -- how you can start one, and the political, social, and cultural implications of the practice of providing food as a host or receiving food as a guest.


Show Notes:


Follow us on Twitter at @FoodThoughtPod, and you can drop us a line at ThoughtAboutFood on Gmail. Leave us a review wherever you get your podcasts! It helps people find the show.

Tony Chackal is a philosopher and Visiting Assistant Professor in the Philosophy Department at Miami University.

Tony kindly agreed to create a playlist to listen to with your supper club. Take a listen, and if you start a supper club, let us know!

The book I couldn't come up with the name of was obviously Bowling Alone

The intro and outro music is "Whiskey Before Breakfast" which is both a great traditional song and a possible inspiration for a "pre-breakfast club" that you could also consider starting. It was performed and shared by The Dan River Ramblers under a Creative Commons license.

1 hr 3 min