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Young Fishermen Are Struggling to Stay Afloat

16 days ago   |   By Civil Eats

A version of this article originally appeared in the October issue of the Deep Dish, our monthly newsletter for members. Become a member today to receive the next issue.
Lucas Raymond has been working as a deckhand on a boat that catches monkfish, pollock, hake, and occasional cod out of New Hampshire's Rye Harbor for the last decade. His fishing trips often involve navigating rough, stormy waters and typically last two to three days, but the 30-year-old enjoys doing physical work outside. “Even at the end of a very hard day, it's rewarding,” Raymond says.
He considers fishermen to be some...
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Young People Working for Food Justice in North Carolina

16 days ago   |   By Civil Eats

A version of this article originally appeared in the October issue of the Deep Dish, our monthly newsletter for members. Become a member today to receive the next issue.
Over a few weeks this fall, the youth involved in the Growing Change program have adopted two orphaned cows: One was born in the driving rain of Hurricane Ian and got so wet her mother did not recognize her scent; the other was a rejected twin. The young men, who are part of a project to flip a decommissioned North Carolina prison into a sustainable farm, are bottle-feeding the two animals and plan to introduce them into...
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Chicken Picatta

Chicken Picatta

A simple pan sauce made with capers, butter, white wine, chicken stock and lemon juice envelop chicken cutlets in the traditional Chicken Piccata recipe made in episode 101 of... Read more ...

Burgers & Griddle Corn - Sound of Flavor

Burgers & Griddle Corn - Sound of Flavor

Burgers sizzling on the grill is the definitive sound of summer in America. Hamburgers with 80 lean meat and 20 fat, that are featured in this video, makes juicier, more... Read more ...

Beer Bread Tasting with Grandkids - FUNNY!

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This is a tasting from the end of my Italian Beer Bread episode where I have two of my grandchildren tasting the bread with me. This is my favorite tasting! I've never... Read more ...

Weekend reading: lobbying, UK version

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For some reason, I've only just run across this account of food industry lobbying in the UK. The introduction explains what the paper is about: In this Discussion Paper, we... Read more ...

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This week's guest on In the Drink is John Glaser, the founder and whiskymaker of Compass Box, a boutique Scotch whisky company widely recognised as the industry's leading... Read more ...

Episode 131: Mark Maynard

Mark Maynard-Parisi is Creator/Managing Partner at Porchlight, Danny Meyer's Union Square Hospitality Group 's first stand-alone cocktail bar, located in New York's West... Read more ...

Episode 130: Barbara Shinn

Barbara Shinn and David Page - native Midwesterners - met in 1988 when they were both living in the San Francisco Bay Area.Their first few years together were spent immersed in... Read more ...

Episode 129: Tequila with Chantal Martineau

Chantal Martineau has written articles about food, drinks, and travel for numerous publications, including Allure, the Atlantic, Decanter, Edible, Islands, Maxim, Redbook... Read more ...

Episode 128: David Lombardo

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Episode 127: Juliette Pope

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Episode 126: Noah Singerman

This week's guest on In the Drink is Noah Singerman. Noah was born and raised in Sonoma so wine has been in his blood since he was a young kid. He began his career in wine... Read more ...

Episode 125: Niki Ganong

Let's face it: America's alcohol laws are confusing. What's true for one state is rarely true for its neighbor. This week on In the Drink , host Joe Campanale is quelling the... Read more ...

Episode 134: Jefferson's Bourbon

This week on In the Drink , Joe Campanale is joined by Trey Zoeller, the founder and Master Blender of McLain & Kyne, Ltd., producer of the Jefferson's portfolio of bourbons... Read more ...