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First Aired - 02/10/2014 03:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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Looking to get something special for that special someone on Valentine's Day? Skip the roses and try some slow flowers! What's a slow flower? Well, Debra Prinzing is here today on We Dig Plants to explain! Alice Marcus Krieg and Carmen Devito invite Debra onto the program to discuss her infatuation with local, seasonal, American-grown flowers, and why she wrote about the floral industry entitled Slow Flowers. Why is origin labeling not required for flowers? Hear how Debra made a flower arrangement a day using whatever flowers and plants were in season at the time! Are there any special government grants for American flower producers? Find out on this week's edition of We Dig Plants! Thanks to our sponsor, Tabard Inn. Music by Idgy Dean.

"This artisanal notion allows us to slow down and connect with nature." [11:30]

"There are floral designers that are growing their own flowers out of the desire to have the most unique varieties!" [17:50]

-- Debra Prinzing on We Dig Plants


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First Aired - 06/12/2011 01:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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This week on Cooking Issues Dave discourses on culinary techniques from Japan to Kentucky. First Dave answers your questions on how to make your own meat smoker and learn the difference between using nitrates, saltpeter and other curing salt. Later on learn about the fascinating Japanese fish-killing techniques known as Iki Jime. This episode is sponsored by Fairway Market.


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First Aired - 11/23/2010 12:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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This week on Cooking Issues Dave and Nastassia take on a set of Turkey-day related cooking issues. Learn how to make the perfect stuffing as safely as humanly possible, why we shouldn't ignore our rich history of hanging birds before cooking them, and how a physics student used a bar of chocolate and a microwave to measure the speed of light. Plus: someone threatens to cook Dave over a certain racoon-related jpeg. This episode was sponsored by Cabot Cheese of Vermont, Dairy Farm Family owned since 1919.

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