Gourmet Live: Kemp's Kitchen Deep Into Freezing

What's so cool about canning? The freezer's the place to stash summer's bounty, Kemp Minifie contends
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Carbon 101

Footprints, offsets, and conversion factors: The jargon of sustainability can confuse even the most environmentally sensitive among us, particularly in the supermarket aisles. Here’s a handy...
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Gardening 101: A Winter Squash With a Summer Soul

Thin-skinned delicata squash has all the richness of butternut, without all the fuss.
food + cooking

Gardening 101: Salad Days, Cauliflower Nights

The garden is in harvest mode, and maybe you’re sick of weeding. But guess what? It’s time to plant again for fall.
food politics

Politics of the Plate: Salmon on Drugs

A new report indicates rampant antibiotic use at Chilean fish farms, which supply most of the U.S.’s farmed salmon.
food politics

Is Corn Getting a Bad Rap?

An impassioned email exchange among the Gourmet staff touches on everything from haunted corn mazes to food-justice and labor issues.
food politics

Politics of the Plate: Toxic Strawberries?

California’s governor will soon decide whether to approve a new—and possibly very dangerous—pesticide for use on this beloved summer fruit.
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Gardening 101: Before and After the Blight

Widespread in the Northeast, late blight is a tomato and potato disease you need to know about, and fast.
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Politics of the Plate: Organic Warfare

An advocacy group criticizes the USDA’s “dysfunctional” management of the nation’s organic program.
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Gardening 101: Tomato Support Group

It ain’t heavy; it’s my tomato plant. And it needs help now, in the form of a cage, a stake, or even a bamboo teepee.
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