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Holiday Food, 3,000 years old.

Rosh Hashanah is an ancient holiday, and many of the foods eaten for the celebration are nearly the same as they were 3,000 years ago.

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Spirtuality, Seasons, Cycles and Rhythms with Sarah Chandler and Sib Cheeseman

Today on The Main Course OG, Emily Pearson and Patrick Martins are in the studio with special guest co-host Josie Martins!

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Daniel Sharp and Yadidya Greenberg

Co-hosts Emily Pearson, Patrick Martins and Trigg Brown are in the studio today with one of New York City's culinary greats, Chef Daniel Sharp, and Yadidya Greenbe

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"Interfaith Meat with Mohammad Modarres"

Mohammad Modarres, is a current 2019 TED Resident and the founder of Abe’s Meats (AbesMeats.com). an award-winning social impact organization that has produced the first-ever Interfaith M...

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Mohammad Modarres: From Biotech to Interfaith Meat

We are so thrilled to have Mohammad Modarres of Abe’s Meats joining us!

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Bivalves, B-Grades, Blessings, and Bathrooms: The Rules of Food

Today’s episode delves into rules and restaurants. Anyone who works in a restaurant will tell you, success depends on following a strict code of conduct. Sometimes the rules are clearly w...

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Hookered-Up Drinks

Sitting in for Nastassia this week is Jack Schramm, veteran bartender of Momofuku, Nomad, and Booker & Dax. Tune in to hear them talk drink specs, making your own hot sauces, Kosher v...

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Libyan Jewish Cuisine in Rome

In 1967, four-thousand Jews fled from Libya, each with one suitcase and the equivalent of $50; half of them settled in Rome.

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New Kosher with Kim Kushner

This week on Native, host Briana Kurtz is on the line with Kim Kushner, author of The New Kosher: Simple Recipes to Savor & Share.

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Big Dreams for a Tiny Bird

Tune in to this week's episode of The Farm Report as host Erin Fairbanks has a quail of a time with Brittney Miller of Manchester Farms in Columbia, South Carolina.