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This Month’s Best New Cookbooks: April 2014

Top April Cookbooks
When you are shopping this month, consider one of these cookbook from the PBS Food bookshelf including the New York Times Grilling Cookbook. Continue

Terroir

Food carries with it an undeniable sense of place, and the French even have a word for it: it’s called terroir. Continue

Traceability

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Nearly 1/3 of the fish we buy isn’t what the label says. Can we trace their origins? Continue

What Type of Farmers Market Shopper Are You?

Farmers' Market Quiz
Take this fun farmers' market quiz to see how your farmers' market shopping style stacks up before you buy groceries. Continue

Grass Fed

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Most cattle are fed a mix of antibiotics, hormones, protein supplements, and corn. Meet farmers who raise their cattle on grass, using rotational grazing and other principles of pasture management. Continue

March Digest: Most Popular Recipes and Posts

Best March Recipes of 2014
Check out the top recipes and posts on PBS Food during March 2014. Continue

Unconventional Agriculture

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Half the world’s food production—what we eat—depends on chemical fertilizers and herbicides. These are the foundation of Conventional Agriculture, but they pollute our soils, drinking water, waterways, and oceans. Continue

Martha Bakes: Holiday Breads Episode

Martha Bakes Holiday Breads Episode
Everything you’ll need to create extraordinary holiday breads, including an impressive Italian panettone and a classic German stollen studded with dried fruit and marzipan. Plus, the technique for braiding authentic Easter bread embellished with symbolic bright red eggs. These are sure to be the centerpiece of your holiday table. Continue
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