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Can chefs shape our food system?

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In her new book, Katherine Miller offers guidance for chefs on effecting change in food policy.

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Taking on Monsanto: journalist Carey Gillam tells the story of Lee Johnson vs. Big Ag [Replay]

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A conversation with award winning journalist Carey Gilliam who covered the case of Lee Johnson vs. Monsanto.

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Turkish hand pies spark childhood memories for Derya Doğan

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Listen this week to stories of nighttime communal baking and the family lore behind a teapot.

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In celebration of Earth Day: a conversation on the deep roots of regenerative farming [replay]

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In celebration of Earth Day: a conversation on the deep roots of regenerative farming

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What a garden can mean–when you need it most

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Jerry Mercury had never experienced a place like the community garden he found in Tallinn, Estonia. In a difficult time, it meant the world to him.

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Get ready for food truck season, and ice cream with the Chocolate Moose and Pinoy Garden Cafe

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Local ice cream shop puts the focus on community with Food Truck Fridays.

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Latest News

World Central Kitchen, led by a humanitarian chef, has fed crisis zones for years

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The aid group World Central Kitchen said Tuesday that it is pausing its efforts to feed Palestinians in Gaza after seven of its workers were killed by an Israeli strike.

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Forks, Smudges, and Other Things That Give Us Purpose

Richie Jerimovich poses in kitchen with deep fryer basket in his hand

Chefs may hang up their hats at the end of the day, but the principles of the kitchen find their way from the pots and pans and into their lives. FX's The Bear illustrates this with striking character development that we can all find a bit of ourselves in.

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This farmer's livelihood was ruined by PFAS-contaminated fertilizer that few Midwest states test for

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Biosolids — a type of treated sewage byproduct from wastewater treatment plants — are used as a nutrient-rich fertilizer on farms across the Midwest. But a group of toxic “forever chemicals” are slipping through the cracks and could be inadvertently contaminating millions of acres of farmland.

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Recipes

Pernil, a Cuban pork shoulder dish

A piece of pork shoulder covered in garlic and a marinade placed in a glass pan surrounded by mojo liquid.

Pernil isn’t just a delicious dish, it’s also a meal served with many memories.

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Eclipse cookies

Twelve round, black and white cookies in a grid on a white plate. the decoration mimics the phases of a solar eclipse

Delicate tahini sandwich cookies mimic the phases of a total solar eclipse.

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Carrot Cake with Pineapple 

A slice of carrot cake, two layers with white icing and small purple and yellow flowers on top. the cake is standing up on a small white plate with a fork next to it.

This cake comes together quickly and is packed with flavor.

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