Catching Fire –update

July 10, 2009 at 9:55 am Leave a comment

Layout 1I posted about this book already, but there’s continued interest. CBC Radio’s The Current interviewed author Richard Wrangham on Wednesday, July 8. Here’s the inro on The Current’s website:

It’s summer-time and the barbecues are sizzling. And according to Richard Wrangham, the desire to throw food on a fire is about much more than taste or relaxed socializing. He teaches biological anthropology at Harvard University.

And he says that the ability to harness fire for the purposes of cooking is one of the things that defines us as a species. Richard Wrangham’s new book is called Catching Fire: How Cooking Made Us Human. And he was in Cambridge, England.

Click to listen.

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