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What Thanksgiving leftovers are filling your fridge? On this week's show, we talk food waste with Jonathan Bloom, and Daniel Orr makes soups with leftovers.
“The Last Crop” tells the story of a Jeff and Annie Main, who want to dictate how their farm is run after they retire. We speak with director Chuck Schultz.
It's back to basics with cooking spinach in the microwave and broiler. Then, author Gordon Edgar tries to explain why cheddar cheese gets no respect.