Cooking Right With Dann Reid
Years ago I thought it would be a good idea to start a libertarian food blog. I love cooking and eating great food, and I love liberty, so it seemed like a great fit! As it turned out, I didn’t know where to start. Thankfully, today’s guest did. Dann Reid is a chef, baker, blogger, and podcaster who is as good a political and social commentator as he is a culinary artist. Dann’s podcast Culinary Libertarian is a must-listen for anyone interested in the intersection of these two worlds.
In this episode we answer some of the food world’s most pressing questions:
Is a hot dog a sandwich?
Is there any reason to buy salted butter?
Burgers: Thick or smashed?
Why is Bill Gates buying up all the farmland?
Dann’s site, Culinary Libertarian
Dann’s book, Cooking For Comfort: One-pot meals you can make
Dann’s YouTube channel
A few other resources
Short essay: Bill Gates’ Global Agenda and How We Can Resist His War on Life
Is a hot dog a sandwich? I say yes. Here’s why.
Imperfect Foods, which I subscribe to and highly recommend. If you use my link, we both get $10 free!
Kindle Unlimited, which is a great way to increase your book consumption and a great way to consume Dann’s cookbook, if you don’t mind reading recipes off a screen
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