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First Aired - 12/22/2009 06:30PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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On this week's Why We Cook, Erica rehashes her worst meal ever, presented to her by a student at ICE, who shall remain unnamed. How does one make the worst meal ever? Find out here.

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First Aired - 02/13/2014 11:00AM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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On the Valentine's Day episode of After The Jump, Grace highlights some tools across the board that she finds particularly educational and inspirational. From blogs and websites to strong women in design, from print magazines to "lifers", she gives us a solid list of people and places to look to for ideas and inspiration. This program has been sponsored by The International Culinary Center.

"I don't instantly think I'm a photographer because I can take a nice photograph and put it on Instagram, but it makes me realize the value of really great photography." [8:45]

"Separating yourself from the pack is a huge thing, and the more you can do that, the better you will be in the long run of your business." [10:15]

Grace Bonney on After The Jump

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First Aired - 01/24/2012 01:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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Peteh Muhammad Haroon, affectionally known as Brotha’ P, is an inspirational Spoken Word Performance and recording artist and native of New Orleans, LA. Brotha’ P has been performing his unique style of poetry since 1995 as a member of Nommo Literary Society. After leaving Louisiana in 2005, Brotha’ P moved to Jonesboro, Arkansas, where he was reconnected to the world of agriculture--a world he was introduced to as a child. As a student of Arkansas State University, Brotha’ P, along with others who were interested in growing their own food, established a Student Garden Organization. The intentions of the organization were for the garden to grow into a place where students without an agricultural background could have a place to experience a hands-on food growing course and learn to start and maintain a home garden. After being elected and serving as the first President of the organization for a year, Brotha’ P decided to return to New Orleans to pursue his burning passion to establish gardens throughout local neighborhoods. Spending countless hours under the sun volunteering at the Village Ova da River and the Teche Street Garden, he was offered the opportunity to serve as a landscaper with Common Ground Health Care Clinic. Currently, Brotha’ P is working with New Orleans Food and Farm Network and others local organizations such as the Backyard Gardener's Network to create sustainable green spaces throughout the city of New Orleans. For more information, Brotha’ P can be reached by email at This episode is sponsored The Hearst Ranch.

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"I'm looking forward to getting back into [New Orleans] and helping them, I grew up with those people . . .it is my full intent to help any backyard garden in the lower 9th Ward."

--Brotha' P on Greenhorn Radio

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