Program 735: American Thanksgiving; Feeding the World; Tom Miller; German Sausages

Release Date: 11-18-2023


A culinary historian tells us what's traditionally been on the Thanksgiving table over the years. The head of the World Food Program USA updates us on the work that goes into feeding the world's most impoverished communities. Also, we remember Tucson-based travel writer Tom Miller. And we get a taste of the variety of sausages people enjoy year-round in Germany.


  • Culinary historian Sarah Lohman, author of "Eight Flavors: The Untold Story of American Cuisine" (Simon & Schuster)
  • Barron Segar, president and CEO of World Food Program USA
  • Travel writer Tom Miller, author of "Where Was I? A Travel Writer's Memoir" (Molinero Press)
  • Berlin-based tour guides Iris Andre and Matthias Unger

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