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Eat Less Water

by Anna Call

Florencia Ramirez is a longtime water activist and educator with a profound appreciation for food and food production. In a quest to understand how farming can be less water-intensive, she interviewed a series of organic farmers and... Read More

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Mr Tambourine Man

by Charlene Oldham

This detailed account of a man enjoying decades of active travel and excellent meals may provide inspiration for those with enough free time and fluid finances to follow along. Mr. Tambourine Man by Nicholson is the envy-inducing... Read More

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Tasting Georgia

by Matt Sutherland

Ancient, enigmatic Georgia, enviably positioned between the Caucasus Mountains and the Black Sea, lays claim to one of history’s greatest civilizing feats: the first domestication of wild grapes more than five thousand years ago. This... Read More

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Eating Eternity

by Matt Sutherland

God felt so guilty about creating France as the most beautiful place in the world that he somehow needed to make amends. So he created the French people. Bada bing! But he also sprinkled the population with incomparable French chefs and... Read More

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My Rice Bowl

by Meg Nola

Along with being an outstanding example of taking on the American dream, "My Rice Bowl" presents a menu of delicious contrasts. Chef Rachel Yang’s culinary journey began—appropriately—at a kitchen table. In the mid-1990s, she was a... Read More

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