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The Mozart of Pizza

Tony Gemignani is the reigning rock star of the pizza universe, having won every major competition award, helmed a number of hot-ticket pizza restaurants, and mentored and coached dozens ...

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A Conversation with Chris Bianco

Chris is rightfully acclaimed as the poster boy of the artisan pizza movement. Not only is he an important and unfiltered thought leader in the realm of sustainability and right action, b...

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Talking AgTech, Indoor Farming, and Robots with David Lee of AppHarvest

In 2019 Americans consumed 31.4 pounds of tomatoes per person, with sales topping $3 billion, and imports accounting for more than $2 billion.

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“Phantom” and Spicy Tomatoes

Why does it matter what a specific kind of tomato is named—or who named it?

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A Dream Within a Dream

On this episode Dave recommends not getting a supposedly safe-for-indoors grill and we talk about a variety of ways of burning buildings down.

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“TOMATO, TOAMTO!?” The TOMATO-sode

They’re green, they’re red, sometimes they’re rotten. This week we are talking TOMATOES people! You can slice them, you can dice them, you can put them in a cake. Tune in and listen to Br...

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New Year, New Tomato

One month down, eleven to go! Statistically, you’ve probably broken your resolution by now, so what better time to investigate why those new year diets never stick? This week, we bring yo...

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A New Organic Movement

Some organic farmers, including Long Wind Farm’s Dave Chapman (a Vermont tomato grower), started growing food decades ago as part of a back-to-the-land movement focused on building health...

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Issues

This week, Dave and Nastassia are joined by habitual line stepper Peter Kim.

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Heirloom Harvest with Amy Goldman

On two hundred acres in the Hudson Valley, Amy Goldman grows heirloom fruits and vegetables--an orchard full of apples, pears, and peaches; plots of squash, melons, cabbages, peppers, tom...