The Frontal Cortex

Morning Edition

If you want to learn about umami, glutamate, veal stock and Auguste Escoffier, check out this story about Chapter 3 of my book on Morning Edition. It was a special thrill getting to do this with Robert Krulwich, who has long been one of my favorite science reporters.

Comments

  1. #1 Coturnix
    November 5, 2007

    I heard it in the car this morning! Good for my kids to get up late this morning so the timing was perfect. A very cool story!

  2. #2 douchebag mcdouche
    November 5, 2007

    ^oh god, you’ve reproduced

  3. #3 ctenotrish, FCD
    November 5, 2007

    I heard it on my way to work this morning as well! Close to the end, I heard a mention of “Proust was a Neuroscientist” and I finally clued into why this was a vaguely familiar topic. The ME segment was so fascinating that when I got to work, I sat in my car to listen through to the end. And now I crave veal stock . . . . . mmmmm, deliciousness.

  4. #4 Ben
    November 5, 2007

    Awesome! I’ve absolutely loved Robert Krulwich ever since I heard him on Radio Lab (if you’re not listening to this show, you need to be), so needless to say, I’m jealous. Anyway, kudos.

  5. #5 David
    November 5, 2007

    Great piece on Morning Edition. Your insights and Krulwich’s sense of radio were a perfect combination. What a great way to wake up.