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Ralph Nader On His New Book Of Family Recipes | NPR

Growing up in Winsted, Conn., Ralph Nader would often help his mother cook – kneading the bread dough, chopping fragrant spices to prepare dishes for the family table from his parents’ native Lebanon. Never, he writes, did hot dogs cross their plates – instead, raw radishes and homemade kibbe bursting with the flavors of the Mediterranean. Nader is an American political icon who helped shape the Whistleblower Protection Act, the Consumer Product Safety Act, the Freedom of Information Act, the Clean Air and Clean Waters Act. But he joins us now to discuss cooking and his new cookbook called “The Ralph Nader And Family Cookbook: Classic Recipes From Lebanon And Beyond.”

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