Taking Action with Food at Intersection of History, Art, and Culture
Do you run a small business, or have dreams to start one? Each week on The Tidbit, brought to you by Cureate, we discuss tidbits of knowledge around starting and running a small business with a food and beverage lens. Show host Kim Bryden sits down with guest experts and shares trending new topics on food, business and culture to help best prepare you for your business journey.
On this episode, I talk about lessons I'm learning around taking time to explore another side of my creative brain and how it relates to food.
EPISODE 13: TAKING ACTION WITH FOOD AT THE INTERSECTION OF HISTORY, ART, AND CULTURE
A FEW QUOTES:
- Food as a communication tool.
- My mom made mandu growing up - and you can't make just one. It became a family ritual. Talking and making these potstickers.
- Tony's experience in AUBERGINE and his food memories, personally and with the cast runs until [15:56]. Tune in to learn more about the show and his history!
- The Chinatown Collective's mission is to amplify the voices and experiences of Baltimore-based Asian American Pacific Islander artists, entrepreneurs, and creatives.
- Canton (neighborhood by the water) has a fascinating history [18:00]
- A younger generation that has grown up in Baltimore, who understand the nuances of not being black or white in a black and white city.
- The idea that we are a perpetual foreigner.
- We joke that a lot of us second generation are #badasians
- We call ourselves The Chinatown Collective because we span across many different Asian communities.
- Who is Kitty Chin?! [23:44]
- Three examples of AAPI community forging relationships [until 32:00]
- Filipino food and soul food ... the similarities, even down to the meat cuts that are used. Typically, the meat cuts that were thrown away by the "higher class."
- Everyman Theatre
- AUBERGINE Trailer
- AUBERGINE behind the scenes with Playwright Julie Cho
- The Chinatown Collective
- Enoch Pratt Library
- Jae Won Kim / Seoul Rice Cake - "Jae Won Kim, Seoul Rice Cake owner, whose father's portrait looks over Station North"
- Baltimore Dance Crews
- Baltimore Cease Fire Movement
- Ida B's
- Haenyo Calasag Pop-Up
- Charm City Night Market
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