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Coach Mark Smallwood & Barnraiser: It's an earthy episode of Sharp & Hot as host Emily Peterson is joined by Coach Mark Smallwood, Executive Director of the Rodale Institute and Eileen Chiarello of Barnraiser. First - Emily chats with Mark about Rodale Institute's mission to achieve global human health and the agricultural challenges we face in 2014. Later, she checks in with Eileen who elaborates on Barnraiser, an online community for the millions of people who want sustainable food and farming to become the standard. This program was brought to you by Whole Foods Market

"Our ultimate goal is global human health. When we've accomplished that goal, we'll move on. Right now - that's where we focus. It always starts with the soil and we're always delving into food issues, but human health is paramount." [06:00]

--Coach Mark Smallwood on The Food Seen

"We're interested in the idea that we're all in this together. From a little initiative to a big one, hundreds of thousands of people need to have the opportunity to get up to bat in this world in sustainable food and farming...thousands of good ideas will be born of that." [22:00]

--Eileen Chiarello on The Food Seen


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This week on Eating Disorder, the group discusses foodiness and how everyone wants to stamp "artisanal" or "craft" on their products. We're joined in the studio by chef Ed Carew, executive chef at Spasso in New York City's West Village. This program has been sponsored by Roberta's.

"People forgot that cooking is a craft...it's something that has to be worked at." [7:15]

--Paul Gerard on Eating Disorder


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This week on In the Drink, Joe Campanale is joined by winemaker Niccolo Barberani. The Barberani family collect and process their grapes grown alongside the Corbara Lake from more than fifty years. Since 1961,Vittorio Barberani cultivated the vine and obtained a very good wine for his bars in the district of Orvieto. He produced primarily Orvieto Classico, the highest local expression of the Trebbiano Procanico and Grechetto grapes. Vittorio, who founded the Wine House with a clear idea of producing very drinkable wines, began immediately to distribute its wines to nearby restaurants. In the 70s, Luigi and Giovanna Barberani started running the business, focusing on excellence and boutique wines and adding a touch of modernity and internationalization to their production that is constantly evolving. Nowadays Niccolo’ and Bernardo are giving a concrete and dynamic contribution to the estate, with that passion and love inherited from their parents.

"Biodiversity in the vineyard is very important. If you do that - you don't need [...] to use chemicals. Keeping your ecosystem lively is really [the advice] my grandfather left to me." [12:00]

--Niccolo Barberani on In the Drink


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