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Bikes, Bees and Martinis Please!

Gin fan and certified New Yorker Lacy Hawkins joins the band to gab about bees, bikes, the best way to beat the heat with a martini and the benefit of tiny boozy snacks. Oh, and gin I gue...

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Bug Out: Cicada Chaos and Radioactive Honey

We might think of insects as pests, annoying little creatures that enter our homes uninvited, that buzz incessantly and bite us without cause. But insects make the world go round.

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Eat Your Bugs!

Today Zarela and Aarón take a deep dive into the delicious delicacy of edible bugs in Mexico with "Doctor Bugs" himself, Mark Moffett. Mark is a biologist, author, lecturer, and adventure...

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Bee Excellent to each other

Ted Dennard got interested in bees when we have 13 years old and a neighbor placed a few hives on his families property. He fell in love with honey first, and his love affair has only inc...

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Meg Paska on Farming, pets, beekeeping and more

Meg Paska wrote The Rooftop Beekeeper in 2014 when she lived, and kept bees, in Brooklyn. Since then she and her partner have run a CSA heavy farm on the Jersey shore, and finalyl settled...

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Jen Monroe on why we should care about bees

Jen Monroe returns to the show to discuss her recent dinner series concerning bees.

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It's A Dave Arnold World

Dave and Nastassia are traveling for all of August, so prepare yourself for a good one!

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Yennicott Oysters + The Brooklyn Grange

Our Moderator Emily gives hard-hitting stories of food in the news to our panelists and they discuss their attitudes and opinions in our Weekly Baste Segment. This week we discuss oysters...