The coffee that I was exposed to as a younger person came out of a can... My god, if you didn't add cream and sugar to it, it just wasn't very tolerable.
That's S.K. Quigley of Partridge & Quigley Coffee Roasting Company. He's been roasting his own coffee for 40 years, and now that he can control every step of the process, he takes it black -- no cream and sugar necessary. He shows us the roasting process in his facility in Bloomington, Indiana.
Stephanie Hartono brings us a story about coffee as well -- about its carbon footprint.
Harvest Public Media has a story about a recently enacted law that requires the produce industry to come up with a system for tracking produce from field to fork.
In the kitchen, Chef Daniel Orr is addressing the one thing everyone probably has in their refrigerators right now -- Thanksgiving leftovers. He makes a stock with a chicken carcass and veggie scraps, a turkey soup and he presents three ideas for reinvigorating cooked potatoes.
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