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A New Model for Funding Restaurants with InKind

Fundraising is not often learned in culinary school and it’s not often taught on the job. Fundraising usually happens before you’ve been hired or behind a door you’ve never opened.

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The Complexity of Chocolate

Today Zarela and Aarón welcome Andy Coe, author and scholar of culinary history, to discuss cacao and chocolate. They start with the history; how it was first consumed as a drink, and the...

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Building After 2020

Dan Frommer is the founder and editor in chief of The New Consumer, a publication about how and why people spend their time and money.

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From Bathhouse to Restaurant in 2 Weeks with Jason Goodman

Today, we’re excited to announce that season 5 of Opening Soon will be devoted to our most listened to and most response inducing topics, you guessed it - money.

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Democratic candidates swarmed the Family Farmers Rally in Iowa. What did they have to say?

FERN reporter Leah Douglas attended the Family Farmers Rally in Storm City Iowa where 5 democrats tried to explain that they have a recipe to fix american agriculture. At least they are t...

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Helping You Feel Healthy with Some Good-For-You Snacks and (not even painful!) Personal Finance Advice

This week, Claire and Erica talk about their hanger-management snack tactics (popcorn is the headliner) and get tips from writer and former Billfold editor Meaghan O'Connell how to feel a...

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Book Review: The Big Fat Surprise

On this Cutting the Curd Book Review, host Diane Stemple talks to Nina Teicholz, investigative journalist and author of The Big Fat Surprise: Why Butter, Meat and Cheese Belong in a Healt...

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The Tipping Point: Tipped Minimum Wage Hurts Women

Published October 6th, 2014 Running time: 3 Minutes By Caitlin Pierce