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3:OO-3:3O /// Eating Matters
4:OO - 5:OO /// Food Talk with Mike Colameco
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2013 was a good year for recycling legislation in NYC. NYC Council approved legislation that will require large restaurants and food establishments to compost! Sound too good to be true? Well, that's pretty much the case.

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This week on Eat Your Words, host Cathy Erway is talking leftovers! Welcoming guest Eugenia Bone, author of the recently released book "The Kitchen Ecosystem: Integrating Recipes to Create Delicious Meals," Eugenia chats about great ways to reuse ingredients that you might otherwise discard. "The Kitchen Ecosystem" says that the secret to great meals is this: the more you cook, the less you actually have to do to produce a delicious meal. The trick is to approach cooking as a continuum, where each meal draws on elements from a previous one and provides the building blocks for another. Eugenia shares with Cathy that synchronicity is what defines a kitchen ecosystem and talks about what has inspired her to write with this unique and thrifty perspective. This program was brought to you by Cain Vineyard & Winery.

"Prior to World War II everybody cooked this way because the food they had was fresh... after, we had the onset of the industrial food revolution and as a result people started to buy products in the store." [3:25]

"This approach to cooking is based on what you eat over the course of a year." [9:45]

"Theres no way there's a factory producing canned tomatoes that's going to be cleaner than your kitchen." [10:45]

--Eugenia Bone on Eat Your Words


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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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