Election Day Delights

Folks, I’m beat.  I was here late last night helping out with WBUR Senate race coverage…and I’m back again today doing the same thing.  Since the election is on my mind, I thought I might stay on point but lighten it up.

If Scott Brown had a favorite food, what would it be? 

I’ve scoured the internet and I cannot seem to locate many details on his culinary tendencies but I think brainstorming might be a load of fun…..or at least cathartic for Coakley supporters.

Give me a shout out….what would you cook for him OR for her?  Chicken soup? Victory Apple Pie? Rutebaga? Don’t be shy…..

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Associate Producer, Here & Now Most recently, Jessica worked as an associate producer at WBUR's daily local program, Radio Boston. Jessica moved to Boston in 2008 and has lived many places since leaving her native Texas. After graduating from college, Jessica worked as a federal employee, documentary film festival producer, oral historian, university teaching assistant, traveling saleswoman and klezmer musician. Her work and projects have appeared in The Washington Post, The Christian Science Monitor, Bust, Barnard Magazine, National Public Radio, Public Radio International (PRI), and the BBC. Jessica's freelance radio work has received various awards including accolades from the Religion Newswriters Association and the Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma. As a Fulbright Scholar in El Salvador, Jessica collected and studied oral histories from the Jewish Community based in San Salvador. Jessica received her B.A. in political science from Columbia University’s Barnard College and her M.A. in history from Indiana University. She learned how to make radio from the phenomenal folks at the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies. Jessica lives in Somerville with her husband, twin son and daughter, and two cats. To learn more about Jessica’s projects, both current and past, please visit www.jessicaalpert.com.

One thought on “Election Day Delights

  1. MC Slim JB

    In fine-dining terms, I think Brown would be an artisanal coppa di testa wrapped around beet and goat cheese salad: up-to-the-minute packaging concealing an interior that is a very stale, tired idea.