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United Noshes Dishes Up International Feasts

OPB | Jan. 19, 2015

MONDAY: United Noshes is creating delicacies from around the world for Portland diners.

Oregon Could Become The Napa Valley Of Truffles

OPB | Dec. 10, 2014

WEDNESDAY: The state is becoming increasingly known for growing this underground fungal delicacy. It's not unusual for truffles to sell for $3000 per pound and more.

The Streets of Manhattan Once Flowed With Pigs

OPB | Dec. 04, 2014

THURSDAY: Almost 200 years ago, the burgeoning city of Manhattan faced a crisis between growing urban development and lingering pastoral interests.

Exploring The Urban-Rural Divide Of Childhood Hunger In Oregon

OPB | Nov. 26, 2014

WEDNESDAY: We'll hear about how childhood hunger plays out in rural versus urban parts of Oregon.

The Cost Of Food Waste

OPB | Nov. 17, 2014

MONDAY: A new EarthFix series focuses on the high price of food waste, and looks into curbside composting programs in the Northwest.

Thirteen Thousand Oregonian Votes That May Not Count

OPB | Nov. 17, 2014

MONDAY: We'll get an update about the the 13 thousand Oregon ballots that were contested because of signature problems, and whether those ballots could impact the outcome of Measure 92.

M92: Requiring Labels For Genetically Engineered Food In Oregon

OPB | Sept. 23, 2014

TUESDAY: We'll hear from those who oppose and support Measure 92, which would require food manufacturers and retailers to label genetically engineered foods.

More Food Carts On The Way In Salem And Possibly Vancouver

OPB | July 17, 2014

THURSDAY: We'll learn more about efforts to regulate food carts in Salem and Vancouver, and what that will mean for businesses and consumers.

Talking Business

OPB | June 02, 2014

MONDAY: Scott Nelson, business editor for The Oregonian, joins us for our regular business news update.

Safeway And Kroger Won't Sell GE Salmon

OPB | March 07, 2014

FRIDAY: Two of the country's largest grocery chains have joined a long list of stores that won't sell genetically engineered salmon.

Poet Nikki Giovanni On "Chasing Utopia"

OPB | Feb. 21, 2014

FRIDAY: Celebrated poet Nikki Giovanni's latest collection, Chasing Utopia, blends poetry and prose to tells stories that are both personal and political.

Study Suggests Some Oregon College Students Are Food Insecure

OPB | Feb. 20, 2014

THURSDAY: A new study suggests that many Western Oregon University students are suffering from a lack of access to an adequate supply of healthy food.

Navigating Nut Allergies In The Classroom

OPB | Jan. 27, 2014

MONDAY: What's the best way to protect kids with severe food allergies while they're in school?

Portland Cuisine To Watch (And Taste) in 2014

OPB | Jan. 08, 2014

WEDNESDAY: Two food critics talk about what they ate last year and what they're looking forward to in 2014.

Lauren Kessler On Turning Time Counterclockwise

OPB | Jan. 02, 2014

THURSDAY: We're replaying an earlier interview with Eugene author Lauren Kessler. Her 2013 book, Counterclockwise, recounts her year of personal research into the world of anti-aging.

How Some Chefs Have Stopped Cooking So Much Salmon And Learned To Love Trash Fish

OPB | Nov. 11, 2013

MONDAY: Some chefs and environmentalists are joining together to get people to eat lesser known seafood known as "trash fish."

Washington Votes On Whether To Label Genetically Engineered Food

OPB | Oct. 22, 2013

TUESDAY: Washington voters will decide in November whether foods with genetically engineered ingredients have to be labeled.

Julia Child Rules

OPB | Oct. 21, 2013

MONDAY: Karen Karbo, the author of the Kick Ass Women series, joins us to talk about the iconic yet unpretentious chef, author and cooking show star, Julia Child.

Oregonians Will Feel SNAP Funding Cuts

OPB | Oct. 07, 2013

With one of the highest rates of food stamps participation in the nation, Oregon is poised to be hit hard by cuts to the SNAP program.

Michael Pollan On Cooking

OPB | Sept. 02, 2013

In this rebroadcast, food guru Michael Pollan talked to Dave Miller at Portland's Newmark Theatre.