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We all know what it's like to be jealous. Jealousy is often considered one of the worst emotions but why is jealousy tinged with so much negativity? On a shorter format episode of After the Jump, Grace Bonney explains why she thinks jealousy is a good thing. It's not as radical as it sounds! There's perhaps no faster or clearer tool for showing you exactly what you want than jealousy. All the people you're jealous of can and probably should be the people you add to your network of friends collaborators and coworkers. Tune in and find out how to turn jealousy into something much more productive. This program was brought to you by White Oak Pastures.

"I've come to the conclusion that jealousy gets a bad wrap." [01:00]

"If jealousy and desire have the power to make us feel something so strongly, surely they have the power the help us do something good too!" [02:00]

"What the internet doesn't show you is all the times things didn't work out." [02:00]

"Whenever I get that familiar pang of jealousy - I make myself stop and simmer with it until I'm able to make sense of what I'm feeling." [08:00]

--Grace Bonney on After the Jump


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On a casual and insightful episode of The Speakeasy, Damon Boelte chats with bartender Tim Miner of Long Island Bar, a Brooklyn landmark, serving food and drinks for almost 55 years. Tune in for thoughts on everything from bourbon to bar design as Damon and Tim talk shop. Find out why you shouldn't chug your craft cocktail and why sometimes the drink isn't all that matters at a bar. This program was brought to you by Michters

"I hate when people slam a cocktail in a quicker amount of time than it took for me to make it!" [17:00]

"Going to Long Island Bar is like walking into a cozy little time machine." [21:00]

--Tim Miner on The Speakeasy


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This week on Just Food Stories, Jacquie welcomes Reverend Robert Ennis Jackson to the program to talk about his amazing work in the Brooklyn neighborhood of Bedford-Stuyvesant. The Reverend has lent his hand in co-founding many organizations such as the Brooklyn Rescue Mission Urban Harvest Center, Healthy Harvest Food Pantries, Bedford-Stuyvesant Farm, among many others. Explaining his background and what inspired him to bring fresh and nutritious foods into Bedford-Stuyvesant, Reverend Jackson talks about transforming the current food system to promote the health of both consumers and producers, including partnering with Just Food on a chicken coop project. This program has been sponsored by Whole Foods Market.

"We saw that folks that were getting pantry food or donated food were getting less quality food. We had to figure out how to get fresh, healthy, organic, conventional food into the hands of pantry guests, so we started Bed-Stuy Farm." [6:20]

"Our first farm year was about people who were getting out of addiction, helping us clear the land, and seniors helping us plant food, and enjoying the partaking in eating that food." [8:50]

-- Reverend Robert Jackson on Just Food Stories


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