Two New Sources for Food News

There are two new sources for food news, one audio, the other visual. Whetstone Radio Collective, a network for podcasts founded by Stephen Satterfield, a writer and media entrepreneur, started with a narrative about climate and food on Dec. 8, with nine more programs covering topics like rituals and culinary traditions, mezcal and ancestral foodways in Indigenous communities. It’s part of Whetstone Media, which also publishes a magazine. Broken Palate is an online food newsletter on the Substack platform that made its debut last week and plans to feature four to five posts a week on assorted topics relating to food, dining and people. It was created by the New York restaurateur John McDonald, who helped start Tasting Table 10 years ago before selling it last year. For now it’s free, but a paywall is going up.;

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