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Linda Watson


Stanford Organic Study: Should You Take It With a Grain of Salt? (SLIDESHOW)

Linda Watson | Posted November 12, 2012

Finally, justification to save a few cents by buying conventionally raised food so they can use the savings for... what? What is more important that feeding your family food that has about one-third less risk of having pesticides or fierce bacteria on it?
Marc Van Ameringen


A Better Life for 15 Million Afghans Begins Through Access to More Nutritious Foods

Marc Van Ameringen | Posted November 12, 2012

Afghanistan has one of the highest malnutrition rates in the world. As the country's future hangs in the balance with donor funding decreasing and U.S. and NATO forces withdrawing, the need for long-term, sustainable programs increases.
Andrew Gunther


Ranching With Wolves

Andrew Gunther | Posted November 12, 2012

Most people still see "conservation" and "ranching" as two very separate, and often incompatible, objectives. But farms and ranches should coexist with event our most important native predator species.
Marcus Samuelsson


Eat Globally, Eat Better!

Marcus Samuelsson | Posted November 12, 2012

Here are 10 of my favorite recipes that highlight dishes that are so full of flavor you don't have to eat a lot.
Bill Chameides


Do Organic Foods Promote Better Health?

Bill Chameides | Posted November 12, 2012

The interesting (and disturbing) fact is that if you count yourself among those who want no part of pesticides in food, the Stanford study likely confirms your belief that organics are better. But if you just read the headlines and media hype on the paper, you would miss that entirely.


Does The Way We See Food Affect Its Taste?

Menuism | Posted November 12, 2012

Our eyes have been conditioned to see certain foods in a particular way and while some colors stimulate the taste buds, others are capable of killing the appetite.
David J Constable


Is London Ready For An Edible Condom?

David J Constable | Posted November 12, 2012

I am not walking across a beach but there is sand, and the above description is indeed of a condom. A pink condom. A filled condom. And I'm about to eat it.
Michael Sanson

The Customer is Not Always Right

Michael Sanson | Posted November 12, 2012

So often restaurants are criticized for their failures, but too often the problem is not with restaurants as much as it is with their customers.


REVIEW: Limited Edition Candy Corn Oreos

GrubGrade | Posted November 12, 2012

Although these Oreos look like candy corn and smell like candy corn, they don't really taste like candy corn. That doesn't mean they're bad, though.
Liza de Guia


Happy Sheep: Raising And Shepherding Good Meat At Kinderhook Farm (VIDEO)

Liza de Guia | Posted November 12, 2012

Meet Anna Hodson, the young and gentle, sheep loving shepherd at Kinderhook Farm in Ghent, NY. The farm is dedicated to producing great tasting meat as well as the care and concern of each and every animal.