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January 19, 2018


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Whole Radish Soup

The garnishes for this soup are not extra, they are essential. The contrast of crunchy and smooth, hot and cold makes this soup striking and memorable.

January 19, 2018



Farm, Food and Forestry On The Table in the Next Farm Bill

It's farm bill time, and Harvest Public Media's Amy Mayer runs down the reasons why all Americans should pay attention to the debates.

January 18, 2018



Mass Resignation At The National Park Service

Three quarters of the national Park Service Board resigned on Monday, January 15, citing administration indifference.

January 15, 2018



Meet The Cook Who Secretly Fed The Civil Rights Movement

Fearless Georgia Gilmore not only cooked for activists, she raised funds for the civil rights movement, and offered others a quiet way to contribute.

January 14, 2018



The Easiest Cranberry Brie Grilled Cheese

This is the easiest grilled cheese. And it’s so good. You could replace the cranberry sauce with any type of jam in your fridge.

January 9, 2018



Tangy and Savory Shrimp Adobo

This shrimp adobo balances savory and sour with the creeping heat from the black pepper.

January 5, 2018



Egg Prices Expected To Rise In First Months Of 2018

Egg prices for early 2018 are likely to be over 35 percent higher than they were during the same period of 2017. What's causing the spike?

January 5, 2018



Author Of ‘Big Chicken’ On Antibiotic Use In Livestock

Antibiotics made it possible to grow animals quickly. This led to factory farming, and cheap meat. It may have also led to drug-resistant diseases in humans.

January 2, 2018



Why Is Venison On Expensive Plates And Food Pantry Shelves?

Venison from deer killed by hunters can't be sold, so much of it is given away for free, at food pantries. Yet farm raised venison is considered a luxury meat.

January 2, 2018



Warm Mushroom Kale Dip

The key to this mushroom kale dip is sautéing the mushrooms and kale before they’re mixed in with the cheese.

December 29, 2017



Grass-Fed Beef May Run Into Roadblock: Less Nutritious Grass

It may be just a matter of time before prairie grasses simply don’t have enough protein to support grazing. Are rising CO2 levels to blame?

December 29, 2017



Americans Love Spices. So Why Don’t We Grow Them?

Growing vanilla and cinnamon might be a challenge in the temperate U.S., but there are plenty of other spices that could boost local farm economies.

December 28, 2017



Bollywood Kitchen: A Celebration Of Indian-American Cuisine

A new cookbook aims to capture the blended cuisine of second-generation Indian-Americans. It pairs recipes with Bollywood movies, for an added taste of home.

December 26, 2017



Competitive Coquito, Puerto Rico’s Boozy Holiday Treat

This year, the Coquito Masters contest has a bittersweet mission in preserving a culinary culture impacted by Hurricane Maria.

December 25, 2017



On Christmas Eve, Pass The Pierogi And The Memories

When a Slovakian grandmother stops cooking Christmas dinner, a great pierogi debate ensues.

December 24, 2017



For Many Caribbean Immigrants, Black Cake Means Christmas

This Christmas cake takes months to prepare, but for immigrants from the Caribbean, it makes the holiday taste like home.

December 23, 2017



Use Leftovers to Make Eggnog Rice Pudding

Stuck with leftover eggnog? Make eggnog rice pudding to use up all of your ingredients.

December 20, 2017



The Cheese Wheel: From Farmhouse To Factory And Back Again

Why are so many of today's farmhouse cheese producers women?

December 19, 2017



Delicious Grilled Mac and Cheese

These easy pan-fried fritters are like two-bite grilled cheese sandwiches, with a crisp buttery crust and gooey mac and cheese in the center.

December 17, 2017



Black Farmers Are Sowing The Seeds Of Health And Empowerment

Farming is more than 90 percent white — the second-whitest job in the United States. These farmers want to change that.

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