Photography of Kerri Keaton Hughey and Ed Hughey by Paige Newton
What do cooking and eating like our grandparents did have to do with saving the world? More than you might think, says the married ...
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By Anna Lappé Photography by Carole Topalian
Adapted from Diet for a Hot Planet: The Climate Crisis at the End of Your Fork and What You Can Do About It (Bloomsbury, 2010), Anna ...
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By Alain BrauxPhotography by Cecilia Ciarlo
An excerpt from How to Lower your Cholesterol with French Gourmet Food: A Practical Guide
Garlic’s culinary and medicinal attributes have been ...
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By Kerri Qunell
“Carrots help your eyes, and apples help your teeth,” says eight-year-old Julissa, a participant in the Capital Area Food Bank’s (CAFB) “Power of CHOICE” class at Hillcrest ...
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By Terri Taylor
If “we are what we eat,” the American food chain is in need of a makeover, according to the new documentary Food, Inc.Just as An Inconvenient Truth issued warnings about ...
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By Robin Chotzinoff Photography by Peter Tung
Austin’s Meals on Wheels discovers a new vehicle for change
Delivery Route—June 2008
Lunch is basic—spaghetti, a meatball, ...
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By Ellen Zimmermann Photography by Carole Topalian
Taking time for yourself is of the utmost importance for maintaining good mental health, physical well-being and precious personal relationships. ...
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By Kerri Qunell
We toss out brown bananas and last week’s pizza, and so do restaurants, grocery stores and cafeterias—all of it headed to the dump. According to a recent government study, 27 ...
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