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Does Beaver Tush Flavor Your Strawberry Shortcake? We Go Myth Busting

Does Beaver Tush Flavor Your Strawberry Shortcake? We Go Myth Busting

| March 26, 2014 | 0 Comments

Heard the rumor that strawberry syrups contain flavoring from a beaver’s tush? The potion was once a common food flavoring. But settle down! The time of beaver-spiked ice pops and pastries has ended.

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Jamie Oliver’s Edible Schoolyard Adventure

Jamie Oliver’s Edible Schoolyard Adventure

| January 7, 2014 | 1 Comment

Real food crusader Jamie Oliver visits the Edible Schoolyard for the first time. Schoolchildren serve him up black-eyed peas he dubs “delicious.” Sarah Henry reports on why the British chef swung by the Bay Area and beyond.

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A Pigeon in Every Cart:  Wading Through Food Waste in California

A Pigeon in Every Cart: Wading Through Food Waste in California

| April 6, 2010 | 2 Comments

Nonetheless, the organized mopping up of waste, the gardens and the webs of community activity materializing amongst these efforts — they coincide with a cultural shift — certainly in the Bay Area, and, to some extent, nation-wide, in large cities — pushing back to a time when food production was not industrialized, when pathways from farms to tables were clearer, more straightforward and less harmful to the environment.

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Dude Food

Dude Food

| September 29, 2009 | 0 Comments

Everything on television is deliberately orchestrated, of course, but many of the common signifiers of male chefness — the cursing, the drinking, the fighting, the screaming, the preoccupation with large pieces of meat — whether expressed on camera, in memoirs, or reputation via third-person anecdotes — endow a traditionally feminine role with coarse, conventionally masculine trappings. Producers want men to feel safe watching their shows.

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Cook with Jamie

Cook with Jamie

| October 28, 2007 | 0 Comments

Gourmet magazine recently picked their top cookbooks for 2007. I agreed with some of their picks, but not all of them. One book that was missing from the list was Cook with Jamie. If you are a Jamie Oliver fan, and I admit I am, this book is a must. But if even if you’re […]

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