Sustainable Seafood Slow Food and the Ark The Edible Schoolyard and the

Sustainable seafood slow food and the ark the edible

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Sustainable Seafood Slow Food and the Ark The Edible Schoolyard and the Wellness Policy Guide Disasters, Natural and Man-Made Food: Past, Present, and Future New Technology Recession Innovation: New Foods and Marketing Goodbye, Gourmet; Hello, Food on TV Canadian Cuisine The Food Connection
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Who cooks what… 1. maple syrup A. Baby Boomer comfort food 2. heritage turkeys B. Iranian 3. poutine C. Thai / Vietnamese 4. cookies D. Northern Italian 5. fesenjan E. Canadian 6. gravy F. Slow / Sustainable 7. macaroni and cheese 8. lemongrass 9. mashed potatoes 10. meatloaf
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Who cooks what 11. Alaska salmon 12. nam pla 13. nuoc mam 14. Chinese smorgasbord 15. polo 16. risotto 17. Rice Krispies Treats 18. s’mores 19. tiramisu 20. polenta
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Activities To learn more about the worldwide Slow Food movement, visit: To find out what kinds of heirloom seeds are being preserved: To find out more about wild, not farmed, seafood: The Center for Food Safety reports on issues, including lawsuits, involving GM food: truefoodnow.org/2010/11/30/federal-court-orders-first-ever-destruction-of-a- gmo-crop-orders-removal-of-genetically-engineered-sugar-beet-seed-crop/
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