Podcast Episode 56: Food Trucks, Diners and the Johnson & Wales Culinary Museum

In this episode of the Find Dining Podcast, we speak with Richard J.S. Gutman, the Director and Curator of the Johnson & Wales Culinary Museum in Providence, Rhode Island. We talk about the museum and the history of food trucks and diners.

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Richard J.S. Gutman

In this episode of the Find Dining Podcast, we speak with Richard J.S. Gutman, the Director and Curator of the Johnson & Wales Culinary Museum in Providence, Rhode Island. We talk about the museum and the history of food trucks and diners.

Food for Thought:

  • Q: Patrick J. "Pop" Tierney was an early diner-building pioneer at the turn of the 20th century in New Rochelle, New York. What innovation in the industry is he credited with?
  • A: Moving toilets inside the diner.

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Published August 29th, 2013