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Family Feasts And Holiday Food Traditions
Monday, 12/19/11
By Jane Lindholm
Holidays are all about food and traditions at the table. We've invited two Vermont chefs, father and son, to share their stories and ideas about families, cooking and holiday food.
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Food Maintains Traditions In Immigrant Families
Monday, 05/30/11
By Jane Lindholm
Food can sometimes ease the transition of immigrants to a new country.  And cooking traditional meals can connect generations of families to their heritage. 
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The VPR Table: Peak Coffee
Friday, 03/18/11
The finest tasting coffee comes from Colombia, but changing climate is hampering crop yields. 
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The VPR Table: Church of the North Woods
Friday, 03/11/11
On this week's VPR Table, we'll explore Vermont's rural sugaring tradition.
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The VPR Table: Mrs. Appleyard's Kitchen
Friday, 02/04/11
Not your grandma's "church lady" cookbook -- Calais native Louise Andrews Kent revolutionized the rural cookbook with poetic prose as "Mrs. Appleyard".
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VPR Table: Back To Vermont Roots
Friday, 01/28/11
Vermonters get back to their roots ... and their tubers, and their hardy greens.
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Vermont's Remarkable Food Culture
Friday, 12/31/10
Praise to the innovative farmers, the passionate artisans, and the gastronomers that make Vermont's food economy uniquely robust.
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Eat Tweet: Foodies on Twitter
Friday, 12/10/10
Tech savvy foodies can share their favorite ingredients and recipes on Twitter. "Follow" Marialisa Calta as she decodes "Eat Tweet," on The VPR Table Friday afternoon and Saturday morning.
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Popcorn: Mythical & Magical Maize
Friday, 12/03/10
Marialisa Calta shares the ancient history and a localvore love of popcorn.
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Potlucks: A Veritable Smorgasbord
Friday, 11/19/10
"Vermont may have more cooperative spirit than any other state in the country" Marialisa Calta tells us how to bring it to the table, tune in Friday at 5:55pm and Saturday at 8:55am for potluck tips.
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Meatloaf: America's Comfort Food
Friday, 11/12/10
For this first edition of The VPR Table on VPR, Marialisa Calta offers a history lesson on meatloaf - it all started in the 5th century with peacocks!  She shares her advice on making marvelous meatloaf - and recipes!
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"Breaking Bread"
Monday, 08/09/10
By Jane Lindholm
Author Lynne Christy Anderson shares culinary traditions and stories from her book, "Breaking Bread: Recipes and Stories from Immigrant Kitchens." Plus, today's young female clowns are working to break down barriers in what remains a male-dominated profession.  And we read from your letters.
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A History Of Fresh Foods
Thursday, 04/01/10
By Jane Lindholm
Our definition of 'fresh food' is ever-changing - driven by technology and public perceptions. We talk about the history and meaning of freshness. Also, James Sturm on his new graphic novel, and we open our mailbag.
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