In honor of the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death, NPR is planning a series of stories exploring the link between his plays and food. The first post—"50 Shades Of Shakespeare: How The Bard Used Food As Racy Code"—goes into the many times Shakespeare used food as a "gastronomic double entendre". So if you've always wanted to learn more about "the instant, easy carnality of carrots", today's your lucky day.
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