Jeannie Sur

Business Manager

With a BA in Political Science and a Master of Divinity, Jeannie Sur has been at USU since 2017. Originally from the Pacific Northwest, Jeannie loves Utah for the outdoors and its mountains, although she misses the Pacific Ocean. No matter where she's lived, she's been a listener and supporter of public radio. Jeannie enjoys mid-size cities, textiles, and individual sports, especially cycling and swimming. If she could have one superpower, she would shrink furniture for easy moving. She hopes to one day have more animals and a sauna. (#lifegoals)

Eating the Past: medieval menus

Oct 20, 2021
Tammy Proctor

On this week's Eating the Past, hosts Tammy Proctor and Jeannie Sur talk with Alexa Sand, Professor of Art History and Associate Vice President for Research at Utah State University. We'll get into medieval healthy cooking and the influence of the Catholic Church on agriculture.

An ice cream cone.
Ian Dooley / Unsplash

On this week's Eating the Past, host Jeannie Sur digs into the history and wonders of ice cream.

Recipe Adapted from The Perfect Scoop by David Lebovitz


When making ice cream it’s important to adapt the volume of the recipe to your ice cream machine.


Recipe below was made in a 1 ½ quart max capacity ice cream maker.

Eating The Past: USU's Historic Cookbooks

Sep 28, 2021

On this week's Eating the Past, we hear from Jennifer Duncan, USU Special Collections Librarian & Curator of Books, about the USU History Department's series by the same name. 

Eating The Past: Introducing Your Hosts

Sep 21, 2021

On this week's Eating the Past, hosts Tammy Proctor, Jeannie Sur and Jamie Sanders introduce themselves and share their food interests. Listen to Eating the Past Sundays at noon, just before The Splendid Table.