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Latest Episodes

Have Sheep, Will Farm--Part III

Lauren McAllister, Brett Volpp and young son Jasper in front of old red tractor with house and dogs in the background.

From walking a horse 6 miles on a rail trail to transporting 24 sheep in the back of a Chrysler minivan, these young farmers will find a way to get their animals, and themselves, to the farmland of their dreams.

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Ancient Wheat And Hot Pizza

Closeup shot of Kamut grains filling the frame.

Eric Schedler uses Kamut flour for Muddy Fork’s Pizza dough. Hear his recipe, plus an interview with the authors of a book about the ancient grain.

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Aquapunx And Permaculture

Barn and greenhouse with pond in the foreground

What does a fish farm in a middle school classroom have to do with food deserts? And what do guinea hens have to do with permaculture? Find answers this week on Earth Eats.

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On Gastrodiplomacy: Eating and Teaching At The “People’s House” in North Carolina

Ryan McGuire, a young white man in a chef's jacket and ballcap, smiling

When the Governor and First Lady of North Carolina had an opening for a chef at the state’s Executive Mansion, they wanted more than the promise of a great meal.

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Cookies Inside, Coffee Outside

River Bailey sitting on a bench pouring water to make coffee outide.

Join Earth Eats for a cookie baking class with children and a coffee brewing session in the great outdoors.

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A Bright And Spacious Winter Farmers Market Plus Two Holiday Treats

A woman and her teenage son at a booth of baked goods at an indoor market

If baking is one of your winter holiday traditions, we’ve got two ideas for you. One of them doesn’t even involve an oven!

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Latest News

Not My Job: We Quiz Food Writer Alison Roman On Cooking The Books

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We ask the author of Nothing Fancy and Dining In three questions about financial fraud.

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Malnutrition Hits The Obese As Well As The Underfed

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New research finds millions of people are getting enough calories but not enough essential nutrients. We asked leading researchers how to fix the problem.

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Holy Guacamole! Avocados Are Pricey And It's The Pits

Avocado split in half

Increased U.S. demand (thanks a lot, avocado toast) and a decreased California crop have nearly doubled the price of the green fruits. Restaurants are feeling the shortage; some are faking the guac.

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Recipes

Muddy Fork's Pizza Dough

A small pizza piled with dark green kale

You'd be surprised how much kale you can pile onto a pizza! Don't like kale? You can use any toppings you wish on this multi-grain pizza dough from Muddy Fork Bakery.

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Susan's Italian Pot Roast

Chunky red sauce on a bed of golden polenta with parsely and grated cheese garnish.

Try serving this pot roast over polenta or pasta, instead of the traditional mashed potatoes.

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Chicago Pinwheel Cookies

Vanilla chocolate spiral cookies on a cooling rack

These stunning cookies look a lot more complicated than they actually are.

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