Leah Penniman views the latest announcement from the Dept. of Agriculture with healthy skepticism.
Cutting through the media nonsense of diet and wellness. An interview with dietitian Kerri Hawkins.
Diversity in food as well as society: how the humble lentil helped fuel an underground food movement. Raj Patel reports.
A prototype service to help end community hunger. Max Reif reports on White Pony Express.
José Amador sits down with The Horse in Motion’s Bobbin Ramsey to discuss her company’s coming production of BRECHTFEST at the Can Can.
Tamiko Nimura sits down for a talk with Jaimee Garbacik about her current project, an attempt to preserve memories of Seattle before, you know, everything…
He Holds The Patent That Could destroy Monsanto And Change The World. Or so the hyperbole goes. What’s Paul Stamets really up to?
Geothermal energy, the flow of heat energy radiating from the earth’s core, provides unique opportunities for cost efficient, sustainable food production and processing in developing countries, says a new report published by FAO on 7 April 2015. Baher Kamal reports.
Fresh food is the basis of community. When local markets partner with government subsidy, beautiful things can happen. Here’s one example. Araz Hachadourian reports.
Seattle foodies, weep no more. Local highbrow hipster cuisine has now achieved its ultimate zenith and/or nadir. You’ve been warned.