|Climate Change Cuisine?|
ensia - 3/25/2013. By Virginia Gewin - Living in Ames, Iowa, Steven Cannon is no stranger to the Midwestern potluck. Instead of a potato-chip-capped casserole, however, Cannon serves up “potato beans” fried in duck fat or simmered in south Indian spices. Either way, he says the smooth-textured starch, hinting of boiled peanut flavor, is always a hit.
|The Fruit Hunters|
Resilience - 3/25/2013. By Andy Russell - From the jungles of Borneo and Bali, to a banana breeder in Honduras, and the flat northern plains of Saskatchewan, people around the globe have made it their mission to preserve, propagate, and share exotic, rare, and often times threatened species of fruit.
|First Hint of Spring Links|
The New York Times - 3/25/2013. By Mark Bittman - Diet News: The Mediterranean diet is not just good for your health, but also improves food security. Is there nothing this way of eating can’t do? Less encouraging is that Mississippi, the most obese state in the nation, is banning Bloomberg-style portion control. No, really - the bill is called the “The Anti-Bloomberg Bill.”