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Is it spring yet?! This week on Eat Your Words, host Cathy Erway is optimistically talking spring vegetable gardens, specifically tomatoes, with "tomatomaniac" Scott Daigre. Every year, Scott hosts TomatoMania!, a traveling pop-up sale of hundreds of heirloom and hybrid tomato seedlings and has also recently released the new book "Tomatomania!: A Fresh Approach to Celebrating Tomatoes in the Garden and in the Kitchen." In the book, Scott provides a peek into his Ojai, California, tomato patch and details a “reality gardening” approach to growing the world’s favorite summer treat. Tomatomania! walks readers through every step of the tomato gardening process, from the earliest planning stages to those final satisfying kitchen table moments of the season. Scott previews what to expect out of this year's TomatoMania! event and leads an interesting discussion on tomato varieties and the 'breeding' process. Tune in and become a 'maniac along with Cathy! This program was brought to you by the Tabard Inn.

"Tomatoes are a huge springboard for the spring garden and for people in the growing season." [3:20]

"The book combines all the information and know how that how we've gained from all these years, so it celebrates tomatoes!" [19:39]

--Scott Daigre on Eat Your Words


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This week on A Taste of the Past, host Linda Pelaccio welcomes Karen Page, author of many books but most recently The Vegetarian Flavor Bible, to talk all about eating vegetarian. With the popularity of cutting out meat in the past decade, Karen Page brings some great dishes to light in the new book. Notably, Karen and her author/photographer husband, Andrew Dornenburg, became vegetarians in 2012. Talking to Linda about the history of vegetarianism, Karen mentions that in the United States, this style of eating actually had religious roots prior to being hailed as a healthy way of living. After the break, Linda and Karen discuss the varying reasons why people choose to change their diets in such a way as well as Karen's reason for becoming a vegetarian. This program was brought to you by Whole Foods Market.

"Why do these flavor combinations we know as classics come to be? It's because people started playing with the ingredients that they had locally." [6:05]

"Vegetables are being embraced by chefs of all stripes [17:48]

"People always say how do you get your protein and I say, well, I eat plants. Plants have protein!" [31:18]

--Karen Page on A Taste of the Past


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Kara Newman explains The Secret Financial Life of Food on this week's episode of A Taste of the Past. Linda Pelaccio invites Kara into the studio to talk about her book and the history of food commodities. What foods are traded on the commodity market, and how did commodity markets develop? Hear about the role of "the Butter & Egg Man" in food history and society, and learn about urban development in relation to food trading. How do commodity prices affect prices in the supermarket? How did items like pork belly and onions almost take down the Chicago Mercantile Exchange? Find out on this week's installment of A Taste of the Past! This program has been brought to you by Fairway Market.

"In terms of what makes for a commodity from a food perspective- either it's important for our survival, or something that we hold close to us emotionally." [11:30]

"The butter and egg man was the modern Wall Street hotshot." [14:25]

-- Kara Newman on A Taste of the Past


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