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Celebrating the love of food and cooking!
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Have you ever tried edible flowers? These daylily fritters are not only a great campfire snack, they taste like a cross between asparagus and green peas and are a perfect first flower to eat.
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You've seen the horror stories about the treatment of pigs at large pork producers. But small heritage farms offer big waitlists and bigger prices. The solution? Hunt for one of the millions of wild boars digging up our backyards. Join Kelly on a quest for her own pig.

How important is quality of life of the animal when you are shopping for meat? Tell us in the comments!
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You've probably heard a lot about GMOs. But do you really understand what the debate is about? Watch this video to find out.
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When you buy food, you're buying values: The values of the person who grows your food; the values of the person who transports it; and the values of the person who sells it to you. See more:
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This is a rich, unctuous Foie Gras Ganache with a ruby-hued pomegranate gelée. Sound good? Check out the recipe from +ChefSteps.com 
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Nearly 80 percent of the antibiotics in the U.S. aren't used on people. They're used on animals—animals we eat—and most aren't even sick. Low-level doses of antibiotics for extended periods of time are used mainly to increase animal weight gain. Livestock ranchers Bill and Nicolette Niman share their insights on the growing movement to remove sub-therapeutic antibiotics from American beef.
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This fava bean mash ricotta toasts recipe is a simple and easy appetizer idea for get-togethers or a snack.
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Everything we do has consequences, even when hidden from view. Sustainability imbues all of us, as either consumers or producers, with a clear sense of responsibility. 
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This is a sophisticated, unique tartare that's well-balanced and flavorful, finished with caviar for a salty pop, and radish sprouts for a bit of bitterness. (via +ChefSteps.com )
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Intimidated by baking your own bread? This easy, yet delicious, method will have you baking bakery-quality bread at home in no time.

Get the recipe: http://to.pbs.org/1i3AfsN
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