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Wednesday, December 30, 2009

A new study says that New York is the unhappiest state in the union. On today's show, we'll speak to the study's author and take your phone calls. Then, renowned chef Rozanne Gold discusses why she thinks it's important for teens to cook. And Chef Tom Valenti shares recipes for diabetics. Plus, humorist Andy Borowitz and New York magazine editorial director Hugo Lindgren go over some of the highs and lows of the past decade and the past year.

Come On, Get Happy

A new study published in the journal Science has found that residents of New York State are the unhappiest in the country. Connecticut and New Jersey also ranked near the bottom. We'll speak to Professor Stephen Wu of Hamilton College, one of the co-authors of a study. He’s joined by ...

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Eat Fresh Food

Chef Rozanne Gold discusses how to get kids and teenagers to love to cook and love to eat good food. Her latest cookbook, Eat Fresh Food: Awesome Recipes for Teen Chefs, includes more that 80 recipes for snacks, smoothies, school lunches, burgers, pizza, and desserts, and each is made ...

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Tom Valenti's Diabetic Cookbook

There are some 23.6 million people living with diabetes in America, and now there’s a cookbook for diabetic food lovers who don’t want to sacrifice taste. Tom Valenti, called one of America's Ten Best Chefs by Food & Wine, has written You Don’t Have to Be Diabetic to Love ...

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The Year and Decade in Review

Humorist Andy Borowitz, of the, and Hugo Lindgren, editorial director of New York magazine, look at the highs and lows the year 2009 and at the decade as a whole.

Event: Andy Borowitz reviews President Obama's first year in office with Calvin Trillin, Jeffrey ...

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