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How Has a Year of Remote Learning Affected Childhood Nutrition?

Covid-19 put school lunch in flux, as cafeteria trays were reconceptualized as brown bags and meal boxes. USDA waivers freed school cafeterias from former limitations about who they can f...

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Interview with Sam Kass

This week on Eating Matters, host Jenna Liut sit down and talk with Sam Kass, the former Executive Director of Lets Move!, Senior Advisor for Nutrition Policy, and White House Chef in the...

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All In The Industry With Foodie Legend Marion Nestle

Today on All In The Industry, host Shari Bayer is joined by Marion Nestle, who Michael Pollan ranked as the second most powerful foodie in America (after Michelle Obama). We hear her take...

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Colombian Style with Mariana Velasquez

On today’s episode of THE FOOD SEEN, the most stylish stylist, Mariana Velasquez

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Knowledge Isn't Necessarily Power

Erica has a big announcement to make! No it's not that she's joined a synchronized swim team (although, it's true - she actually has). No no, the announcement is that Erica is admitting s...

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Marian Burros

This week on The Main Course, Patrick interviews Marian Burros, food columnist for The New York Times about her life's work and many accomplishments as a journalist. Patrick and Marian di...

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Summer Tomato

This week on Eat Your Words, Cathy interviews Darya Rose, San Francisco based foodist and creator of Summer Tomato. Darya provides a few ideas about how to stay healthy and get your daily...

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Super Bowl Foods

What is it about men in tight pants bashing into each other that makes us hungry for nachos?

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Beatrix Potter's Gardening Life

This week on We Dig Plants, Alice Marcus Krieg and Carmen Devito talk about the gardening influences of Beatrix Potter with Marta McDowell, author of Beatrix Potter's Gardening Life. ...