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Jan 26 2009

Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares (Best Scenes Part 2)

Funniest scenes of Ramsay Duration : 0:1:38

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Jan 19 2009

Impress For Less on NBC 5 Chicago-WMAQ

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|100 DAZZLING RECIPES FROM TOP RESTAURANTS-STREAMLINED AND SIMPLIFIED| Hope Fox makes Rigatoni Stuffed with Goat Cheese and Sauce Espagnole from the award- winning restaurant, Carlos’ in Chicago.

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Jan 19 2009

Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares (Best Scenes Part 6)

Funniest scenes of Ramsay

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Jan 12 2009

FOOD NEWS: Kitchen Literacy

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PART 1—A conversation with author, Ann Vileisis about Kitchen Literacy, what we know about our food, and how we came to know it. For Ann, her book Kitchen Literacy came about because she was struck by how much she didn’t know about the common foods she encountered in the supermarket. In the research for her […]

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Dec 29 2008

FOOD NEWS: Kitchen Literacy-2

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Continuing the conversation with Ann Vileisis, author of Kitchen Literacy, she explains how over time we became gradually disassociated from how foods were produced, and where they originated. Most importantly, the advertising industry played a significant role in changing American values toward food, and easing the transformation to the industrial food production system of today. […]

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Dec 22 2008

Ken Meter: Building A Local Food Economy (part 1 of 3)

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As the pendulum has swung toward a globalized economy, more people are realizing the huge costs ociated with the singular pursuit of maximizing profit, employing cheap labor, and ignoring environmental concerns. A shift is underway to promote sustainable local economies, in part, a necessary response to increased fuel costs, and global warming threats. Creating a […]

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Dec 20 2008

FOOD NEWS: Part3: Conversation with King Corn Filmmaker Curt

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Farming today is not what we may imagine it to be. It’s become largely an industrial process, and corn epitomizes this shift in production methods. In Part 3, ‘King Corn’ filmmaker Curt Ellis shares his experience growing an acre of corn in Iowa, and what it was like for him and his partner. Surprisingly, the […]

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Dec 12 2008

FOOD NEWS: A Conversation with “King Corn” Filmmaker

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Part 1: A conversation with filmmaker Curt Ellis about his new documentary “King Corn”, the film that may open eyes across America. Surprisingly, corn is present in some form or another, in almost everything on the American plate. And, none more so, than through the food ingredient “high fructose corn syrup” (HFCS). Is it a […]

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Dec 12 2008

Sheep Cheese: Ancient Heritage Dairy

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Sheep cheese tastes distinctive, characteristically strong, and very different from cow or goat cheese. On this family sheep farm, the making of cheese reflects a slower pace of life along with a direct connection to the land. Consuming this cheese requires a careful eating pace. To see more stories, get recipes, and links to additional […]

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Dec 12 2008

FOOD NEWS: Urban Fruit Gleaning

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Fresh fruit from the backyard to the those in need of food. This is a win-win for all involved, including the volunteers who pick the fruit, they get to help others, and keep half of the bounty for themselves. Duration : 0:2:13

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