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Lunch Break: Brown Bags and Bean Salads

Dig into lunch with Michael’s ideas for stepping up what’s in your brown bag. Lunch doesn’t have to be boring - fresh fruit, salads, soups and even a little white wine can be on the menu ...

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School Lunch in the Age of Social Distancing

On this week's episode of Meat and Three, we are heading back to school. This year, the first day at school looks a lot different. From daycares to universities, every institution is oper...

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The Labor of (School) Lunch

Host Jenna Liut interviews author Jennifer E.

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LUNCH! with Olivia Mack McCool

On today’s episode of THE FOOD SEEN, let’s call Olivia Mack McCool the “lunch lady”, but she’s not your atypical vision of someone manning steam tables and scooping slop onto plastic tray...

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When Your Teacher Doubles as Your Dietitian

[audio mp3="https://heritageradionetwork.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/japanese-luches.mp3"][/audio] Food service directors double as teachers in Japanese schools. Filmmaker Atsuko Quirk...

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Setting the Table for School Lunch in Japan

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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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On the Road with Fiona Bohane

When the kitchen is always on the movie, how do you feed one of the biggest bands in the world?  Today on Feast Yr Ears, host Harry Rosenblum is on the line with Fiona Bohane, touring che...

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Dining With Flynn McGarry

A "Juicy Lucy" burger stuffed with Reese's, a missing cat drunk on Riesling, and a Hello Kitty food truck: welcome to this week's The Morning After!  In studio with Chef Flynn McGarry, th...