Hummus is the product of hundreds, maybe thousands of years of accumulated wisdom. And you decide to make it with marshmallow.
Few topics evoke as much passion as food; recipes have become political battlegrounds. In this podcast, New Lines editor and hummus-opinion-haver Kareem Shaheen is joined by Dr. Suna Çağaptay of Bahçeşehir University and contributing editor Riada Asimovic Akyol to talk about what food means to them. They discuss what we mean when we call food “authentic,” the problem with pesto hummus and why you should never ask for a Turkish coffee in Greece.
Produced by Joshua Martin