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Sweet Temptations: How Sugar Captivated Tastebuds and Global Trade

The desire for sweetness is biologically hardwired in humans, according to Dr. Gary Beauchamp, longtime former director and president of the Monell Chemical Senses Center.

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Meet Amy Traverso

This week, on Inside Julia’s Kitchen, host Todd Schulkin welcomes food writer and apple expert Amy Traverso. Todd and Amy discuss how the New England food scene is coping with Covid-19 an...

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How D'ya Like Them Apples?

It’s Cider Season! Ryan Burk, Head Cider Maker at Angry Orchard joins Sother and Greg to talk history, fermentation and the not-so-humble apple. 

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Apples!

Where in the world did apples first come from? Why do apples float in water? How many apples goes into a glass of apple juice? On this episode of Time For Lunch, Hannah and Harry are gett...

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Krista Scruggs, Zafa Wines and CO Cellars of Vermont.

Born and raised in California, Krista Scruggs eventually made her way east to Vermont. Along the way she worked her grandfather's farm, took a job with a big wine company, worked harvests...

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Along Came a Cider

This week, Jimmy talks all things cider with Ron Sansone of Spoke + Spy Ciderworks; Gidon Coll of Original Sin Cider; Paige Flori of Boutique Wines, Spirits an

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Celebrate Autumn at BBG’s Harvest Homecoming

Discover an old-school fall foliage festival in the heart of Brooklyn—complete with hay rides, lawn games, Brussels sprout bowling, and more taking place on Sunday, October 20 from 11am t...

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Cider, Uncultivated

Aaron Burr Cidery’s founder, farmer, and fermenter Andy Brennan joins Jimmy to talk about his new book, Uncultivated: Wild Apples, Real Cider, and the Complicated Art of Making a Living. ...

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TTB vs. THC

For farmers in New York State, how does hemp stack up against hops?