Eating soup (and grasshoppers) without a spoon with Jeffrey Cohen

Cohen_F15_C (002)Ohio State University professor Jeffrey H. Cohen’s latest book Eating Soup without a Spoon¬†sounds like a minimalist cookbook bent on reducing the amount of silverware used at a meal. It’s not. It’s a look at the application of anthropological methods in “the real world” by which Prof. Cohen means field work. Ever wanted to know what a grasshopper tastes like or how to, in fact, eat soup without a spoon? Tune in!

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Current: Host of Craft on WCBE, 90.5 FM, central Ohio's NPR station. Former: creator, host, and producer of Writers Talk
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3 Responses to Eating soup (and grasshoppers) without a spoon with Jeffrey Cohen

  1. Kathy Dettwyler says:

    You have the name of the book wrong!!!!

  2. Doug Dangler says:

    Thanks for the note. It’s been corrected.

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