How We Learn To Eat
Many parents have watched a child open a well-stocked refrigerator, only to declare "there's nothing to eat." Well, nothing THEY want to eat.
The choices we make about food are shaped by our parents, sure, but also culture and gender and just plain hunger, among other forces.
Food writer and historian Bee Wilson examines those forces in her book First Bite.
From nurture to neuroscience, she sets the table for discovery about this most basic of urges.