MOUTHY, the food podcast where nothing is off the table serves up inspiring and irreverent conversations about food. Host Piper Davis is full of it.
PORTLAND, Ore. (October 16, 2019) – November is Native American Heritage Month, a time to celebrate and learn about the rich and diverse Native American cultures, traditions, and histories, and to acknowledge the important contributions of our indigenous peoples. Piper Davis, creator and host of MOUTHY, will debut MOUTHY LIVE: “First Foods: Indigenous Eating in Modern America.” The show will feature special guests Brigette and Sean McConville of Salmon King Catering, who are members of the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs and the Nez Perce Tribe. Brigette and Sean will share their story, expertise, and delicious food at The Nightwood Society on Sunday, November 10th from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
“While the dominant culture is fixated on pumpkin spice lattes and deep-fried turkey, I want to look at the indigenous foods, and enduring traditions of the original inhabitants of our region,” says Davis. “Mouthy is all about making the connection between food and everything that matters.”
The Food Podcast Where Nothing’s Off the Table
MOUTHY launched in May 2019 and is hosted by Piper Davis, who shares her honest, irreverent views on the impacts of all things food. From ranchers to land-use planners, she invites everyone to the table. As co-owner of Grand Central Bakery, Davis has spent decades sourcing and serving well-raised, delicious food. On MOUTHY, she uses thoughtful conversations to inspire us to eat our way to a better world.
Previous MOUTHY episodes:
- “Land Use Planning to Plate”with Megan Horst
- “Good Pasta Matters”with Cathy Whims of Nostrana and Oven and Shaker
- “Is AOC Coming After My Cheeseburger?”with rancher Cory Carman
- “Camas Davis Breaks Down Meat”
- “Where’s This Fish From?”with Fishmonger Lyf Gildersleeve
- “Food is Power”with Jacob Valentine of Feed the Mass
- “Gin, Gender and Good Grains”with Jill Kuelher of Freeland Spirits
- “Beating Bagged Greens”with farmer Laura Masterson
- “Breeders, Seeders and Eaters” with Lane Selma