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From Cloth Oil to Extra Virgin: A History of Olive Oil

Although there is archeological evidence and historical writings about olive oil in the ancient world, the popularity, demand, and production of olive oil as we know it today has a very r...

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Made in Italy, really!

Authentic products by artisan producers are worth protecting.

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California Olive Oil

Get ready to go beyond the label as Katy Keiffer explores the world of olive oil on a new episode of What Doesn't Kill You. How has California emerged as an olive region? How can you spot...

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Gabriella Gershenson

This week on Taste Matters, Gabriella Gershenson comes into the studio to talk about her latest experience as food writer and editor for the magazine, Every Day with Rachel Ray.

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Organ Meat

Looking to up your vitamin and mineral intake? Try eating the guts of an animal! This week on Wild Game Domain, Chef Chad Pagano talks about eating organ meats. Find out about the nutriti...

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Olive Oil & Mark Ladner

Mark Ladner, chef at Del Posto, joins Dave, Nastassia, and Piper for this week's Cooking Issues! Dave talks about his upcoming trip to Senegal, and the importance of learning about authen...

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Super Foods Are Super F*ed Up

In tonight's episode - Super Foods Are Super F*ed Up - I get real about what foodiness has done to "super foods"; how icons of power foods like olive oil, which is laced with chlorophyll,...

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Michael Conard Of Urban Design Lab : Food Systems And Urban Agriculture

You may think you've had extra virgin olive oil, but there's a good chance you haven't.

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Amanda Hesser, Andy Smith & Phillip Gilmour

This week on The Main Course Patrick and Katy sat down with Amanda Hesser, author of "The Essential New York Times Cookbook: Classic Recipes for a New Century". Joining her was fellow foo...