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You Say Tomato, I Say Tomatillo

On this episode, Zarela & Aarón contrast the tomato with its relative, the tomatillo.

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China: Mother of Gardens Part 1 of 3

How have native Chinese plants changed Western gardens? Find out on a brand new episode of We Dig Plants. Carmen & Alice are joined by Dan Hinkley. Dan is an American plantsman, garde...

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Lynne Olver & FoodTimeline.org

Lynne Olver is a reference librarian with a passion for food! This week on A Taste of the Past, Linda Pelaccio calls Lynne to talk to her about food history and her website, FoodTimeline....

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John Sharpe and the Churro Lamb

John Sharpe is a world-renowned chef at The Turquoise Room and a churro lamb enthusiast. This week on The Farm Report, John calls in to talk with Erin Fairbanks about his storied history ...

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Sean Dembrosky of Edible Acres

Sean Dembrosky, 32, owns and operates the 'Edible Acres' project just north of Trumansburg NY (www.edibleacres.org). Formally educated in the fine arts, but focused on agriculture for the...

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You Can't Have a Proustian Fruit Moment with a Grape Gummy

This past weekend, Let's Get Real host Erica Wides stumbled upon some wild blueberries while hiking, and was stunned by the flavor!

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Sandor Katz

On this week's episode of Cutting the Curd, Anne Saxelby and Sophie Slesinger are talking with Sandor Katz, author of the book The Art of Fermentation. Tune in to hear about how bacterial...

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The Thistle & The Fig

On the debut episode of We Dig Plats, Carmen Devito & Alice Marcus Krieg introduce themselves and give brief histories of the thistle & the fig.