We took a break from the podcast to record some new recipes and interviews, but we’re back in the saddle celebrating one of the last reminders of summer - corn.
Extreme heat has damaged this year's corn supply, and it could translate to higher food prices down the road.
Weeks after Hurricane Irene tore through the east coast, farmers, consumers, and government officials are still taking stock of its impact.
Flooding, drought and extreme weather have taken their toll on the nation's crops, but the damage may not be as bad as we think.
I like to prepare a meatless dish at least two nights a week. It is far easier to accomplish this in the warmer months when fresh food is most abundant.
Bad news for Midwest corn growers -- a new study has found some pests have developed an immunity to Monsanto's genetically-altered corn seeds.
Corn is a little bit like zucchini in that if you are growing it and you have it 'coming out your ears' you may run out of ways to cook it.
Sometimes when I get home from the Saturday farmers market I just want to dive in and start cooking.
Global food prices are already at a record high and will continue to rise because of this year's extreme weather.
Yes, I realize we're still in the middle of growing season, but you want to be prepared for the day when it's time to harvest!
Some natural breakfast cereal producers use GMOs in their products. This begs the question, what does "natural" mean when it comes to food?
Now that the genetic make up of strawberries is decoded, will scientists breed more desirable fruit or GM berries?
Documents published by WikiLeaks show that diplomats aggressively lobbied the EU and the Vatican to buy US GMO crops.
Senate-supported tax bill gives 45 cents per gallon subsidies to producers of ethanol-blended gasoline.
We're celebrating this season's final few ears of corn! This episode includes two recipes, tips for preserving corn and news on how corn is good for your eyes.
Researchers at Purdue University have found a way to turbo-charge orange corn with vitamin A, making these ears good for your eyes.
Growing genetically modified corn don't save farmers money, according to a new economic analysis from The Journal of Science.
This recipe is not for the faint of heart. Guard it well. Never again will you buy the inferior bagged or tasteless ears from the grocery store.
A report released today found that genetically engineered crops have clear benefits for farmers (and the planet), but critics remain wary.
We need to educate ourselves about food, nutrition, exercise, and now, more than ever, we need to know where our food comes from.