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REVIEW: Runamok Maple Syrup

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Husband-wife team Eric and Laura Sorkin have been producing quality maple syrup since 2009, and in 2016 expanded from the traditional to infused, barrel-aged, and smoked syrups that walk the sophisticated line between sweet and savory.

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Plenty #17: Cr Lawn on Saving Seeds

We caught a presentation by Cr Lawn, co-founder of Fedco Seeds, at the Heath Fair August 20, 2016 on food preservation and seed saving, and spoke afterwards.

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Plenty #16: Jake Levin, author, Smokehouse Handbook

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Smokehouse Handbook, by Jake Levin, with gorgeous photos and approachable instructions and recipes, is a treasure map for your tastebuds.


Smoked bluefish and vegetables; photo by Keller + Keller Photography.

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Plenty #15: Eating the Landscape with Chef Brian Alberg

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On Plenty #15, we hear from Chef Brian Alberg about Seeds, the new Tap House, and Eating the Landscape.

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Plenty #14: Farming While Black

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Good day to you, dear sustainable food enthusiasts! I am your host, Jason Velázquez, and I thank you for tuning in to Episode #14 of Plenty. On this week’s show, we hear from Leah Penniman, author of Farming While Black: Soul Fire

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Plenty #13: The Ultimate New Mom’s Cookbook

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As you might expect, we’d never settle for a cookbook that asks us to sacrifice the satisfying or substantial to achieve our family dietary priorities. Thankfully, The Ultimate New Mom’s Cookbook, by Aurora Satler, doesn’t leave taste buds or tummies, big or

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Plenty #12: HEIRLOOM by design, at Greylock WORKS

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HEIRLOOM by Design, coming to Greylock WORKS in North Adams, Mass., July 28, will showcase some of the best artisan wares that the Berkshires region offers.

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Plenty #11: No-till and Urban Ag at NOFA/Mass Winter Conference

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Amazing no-till results, proof-of-concept urban agriculture, and learning “tracks” available for a curated conference experience

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Plenty #10: Raising the Stakes of Fossil Fuels at Standing Rock

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The human stories connected to social movements are, almost  without exception, highly charged with emotion. Details about the violence and intimidation directed at protesters by corporations and law enforcement generate instantaneous, visceral reactions in people with any amount of compassion. The chronicles

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Plenty #9: Christopher Kimball Settles in on Milk Street

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In Episode #9, Plenty talks with another icon of the food world, this time pioneer of the culinary airwaves, Christopher Kimball. The founder of Cook’s Illustrated magazine, and instantly recognizable host of the Emmy Award–winning  “America’s Test Kitchen” from 2001 through 2016,

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Plenty #8: Chef Power Hour — How to influence food policy

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This episode of Plenty is unusual for the unique, unfiltered look it provides into one way  advocacy can result in changes to food policy. We sat in on the September “Chef Power Hour,” a monthly meeting of the minds hosted by the

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