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Imitation is the Sincerest Form of Feasting

We know and take for granted that foods will look and feel like we expect them to. So it’s especially disorienting when food doesn’t give us that anticipated sensory experience. This week...

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Drugs, Declassified: Munchies, Militaries and Magic Mushrooms

Inspired by the passage of Measure 109 in Oregon and Initiative 81 in Washington D.C., this week we're exploring the state of drugs – particularly the agricultural, scientific and culinar...

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TTB vs. THC

For farmers in New York State, how does hemp stack up against hops?

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Say Hello to Hemp

Hemp played an important role in America’s history—it was grown by many of the founding fathers, and the Declaration of Independence was drafted on hemp paper—but its production has been ...

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2019 Food Trends with Michael Whiteman

It’s a new year, and that means our dear friend, Michael Whiteman–aka, “the dean of restaurant consultants”–will give us his annual food trends reports.

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The Grass is Greener

We decided it was high time we did an episode about Mary Jane. Over the past few years, the legal cannabis industry has been blooming in states across the nation. From recreational use of...

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Cannabis Cocktails with Warren Bobrow, and Ryan Sutton of Eater

Mike Colameco is back from Champagne with a new episode of Food Talk!

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Tuna Crisis, Legal Weed, and FAT

On this inaugural episode of HRN News, our crack team examines how your favorite sushi might be endangered, Canada's cannabis politics, and why your memory might be linked with fat. ...

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Melissa Weller of Sadelle's

White Girl Asian Food, a case of mistaken identity at McDonald's, and druggy carrots crossing the border: welcome to this week's The Morning After!