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'Chewing' Podcast Talks Dating and Dumplings

'Chewing' Podcast Talks Dating and Dumplings


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Chicago Tribune reporter Louisa Chu and WBEZ reporter Monica Eng look at food through the lens of pleasure and health

"Chewing" podcast hosts Monica Eng, left, and Louisa Chu.

Chicago Tribune reporter Louisa Chu and WBEZ reporter Monica Eng, a frequent Tribune contributor, look at food through the lens of pleasure and health in "Chewing."

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Episode 28: Potsticker Dating Game, Mayo and Mild Sauce In this episode of the "Chewing" food and health podcast, Louisa Chu and guest co-host Bill Daley, fellow Chicago Tribune Food & Dining reporter, welcome back Monica Eng (who has finished writing her debut book on magical dumplings). First, they talk about the importance of potstickers in dating profiles. Then Bill tells the stories behind his stories on mayo and Chicago’s mild sauce. Finally, Louisa offers Monica and Bill Japanese-themed snacks, but Will They Eat/Drink It?

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