Mike Randleman is documenting the last meal requests of death row prisoners and Al Elia has initiated a holiday in pie's honor. Dr. Rayner Hesse is cooking with the Bible and Helen Palit has found a way to recycle food. Donna Cavato shows us how schools are benefiting in the rebirth of New Orleans and Professor Wansink says that we will just keep eating until our plates are empty- whether we're hungry or not.
Last Meals; Pie Mas; Mindless Eating
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Did you know that the size of the bowl you eat out of, the proximity of food to your person and how much food is on display will determine exactly how much you eat? It has...
Eat Your Schoolyard
Across the country, many of us may periodically think about the devastation of Hurricane Katrina. But for those in New Orleans, it is still a daily struggle to put their...
Forget Christmas, Celebrate Pie-mas
Good Food podcaster Al Elia loves pie. Each year Al and a group of his friends get together to celebrate the noble pastry. They call their celebration: Piemas . Every dish...
Doggie Bags On a Large Scale
Everyday people in Los Angeles struggle to find their next meal. And everyday hundreds of pounds of perfectly prepared food from restaurants and events is thrown into the...
What Would Jesus Eat?
Rev. Dr. Rayner Hesse, Jr. leads an Episcopalian parish in New Rochelle, NY, and has a passion for cooking that he developed at an early age. He is co-author (with...
Nigel Slater is an award-winning British food writer and journalist. He has written a column for The Observer Magazine for over a decade and is the principal writer for the...
Market Report - Roast Carrots and Beans
Laura Avery meets up with Mark Gold, chef of Leatherby’s Café Rouge in Costa Mesa and he tells us how to roast carrots, especially the lovely nantes variety from McGrath’s...