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This week on Eat Your Words, host Cathy Erway welcomes Laura Zinn Fromm, author of the new book Sweet Survival: Tales of Cooking and Coping out now on Greenpoint Press. Laura is also an accomplished editor and former Business Week Magazine reporter, but now spends a good deal of time on her blog Flawed Mom and as a contributor to The Huffington Post. Talking to Cathy about her background and journey in journalism, especially how she found that writing about food and family reinvigorated her, she shares a few stories from Sweet Survival: Tales of Cooking and Coping. Laura goes on to chat about how cooking and food writing have helped her cope with stress and anxiety throughout her life, which is also a theme throughout her book. Tune in to hear Laura's wonderful perspective on food, writing, and family. This program was brought to by Whole Foods Market.

"We all sleep, we all go to the bathroom, and we all eat. But you're not going to talk about sleeping or going to the bathroom, because they're boring and kind of gross, but everybody eats. So it's like a very natural conversation starter. It's universal." [2:42]

"I came from a family where my mother is a fantastic cook, so I grew up eating these wonderful meals, no matter what." [8:30]

"I find that in times of stress cooking huge relief." [9:58]

--Laura Zinn Fromm on Eat Your Words


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Erin Fairbanks continues her exploration into the world of apples, orchards and cider on this week's episode of "The Farm Report" with guest Steve Wood of Poverty Lane Orchards and Farnum Hill Cider. Find out how apple picking and orchard development has changed over the years, due to packing machinery, industry demands and consumer trends. Learn what goes into cider production, including growing of the fruit and processing of the cider itself. Discover the differences between heirloom and commodity varieties of apples, and hear some of the logistical challenges that come along with distribution, packing and sales. Also, as always, tune in for the GrowNYC Market Update! This program was brought to you by Susty Party.

"I started working here in 1965 when I was a kid - so yeah, I guess I've got an apple growing background!" [1:45]

"Since packing machinery came around, the market started insisting on larger apples, waxed apples... the whole thing started to change dramatically." [3:33]

"For a lot of [apple] varieties bigger is not better - it's actually more boring." [10:55]

"Every patch of ground imposes conditions on what things can be grown well there." [12:00]

"A farm is not a natural environment - so the idea that people can grow things naturally is almost a joke to me." [26:28]

"When you plant an orchard - you're basically planting a candy shop for all kinds of organisms. It's very different from having an apple tree in your backyard or a cottage in the woods!" [28:27]

--Steve Wood of Poverty Lane Orchards and Farnum Hill Cider

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