Croissants from Muddy Fork's brand new bakery. Books about claiming appetite with Vivian Halloran. Pickled radishes and salmon mousseline with Daniel Orr.
Biology students get a hands-on experience studying bacteria on an organic farm, a tribute to the breaded pork tenderloin, and salmon on the grill!
Once a small and locally-focused struggle, the fight for GMO regulation is going national.
According to a new study by Oceana, nearly one-third of fish sold in the United States is mislabeled.
Genetically engineered salmon could be approved for human consumption in 2013.
In the podcast today, we forage for cattails and grill up some salmon. We also chat with the guys behind the innovative Garden Tower Project.
Add some local maple syrup, red onions and salt and pepper to your 6-7 ounce salmon fillet. Then get creative with additional seasonings!
As genetically-modified salmon creep closer to being cleared to consume, two Alaskan senators are trying to stop the "frankenfish."
AquaBounty has received federal funding to genetically modify its salmon a move which has environmentalists up in arms.
We can’t get enough of the grill lately. Last week we made chicken and some amazing ribs. Today we’re turning pescetarian and grilling salmon and shrimp.
Bluefin tuna are in danger of extinction because of overfishing. Can fish farms save tuna while still satisfying the global appetite for this fish?
Congress has banned the FDA from approving genetically-modified salmon for human consumption.
Now that the genetic make up of strawberries is decoded, will scientists breed more desirable fruit or GM berries?
Brunch is that magical late-morning meal that’s a decadent treat on Sundays. Today, we have a hearty omelet with salmon and warm cereal with some local honey.
For children and pregnant women, canned tuna still presents a risk, as Consumer Reports found measurable levels of mercury in 42 samples.
After a decade of research and genetic modification by AquaBounty, the GE fish mature to adulthood more swiftly than non-GE relatives.
One company's answer to crowded salmon farms and overfishing problems is to supplement the U.S. salmon supply by engineering a species of salmon.
If you’re an eco-conscious seafood fan, you are probably aware of the complex sustainability issues around buying fish and other seafood.