Late at the museum: food and fat debate

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Just out: Two university professors (me and cardiovascular epidemiologist Rod Jackson) and two celebrity chefs (Al Brown and Annie Thorp) discuss how New Zealand food has evolved over the last fifty years, argue about the effect of our diet on our health, and share their ideas of the national Kiwi dish with an amused and engaged audience at Auckland Museum

Its really well produced and a great listen – here’s the Radio NZ page – audio is just down from the top

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