Chris Kimball's Cooking Tips; Melissa Clark's Homemade Gift Ideas; Marion Nestle on Food Politics

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Friday, December 20, 2013

Today is our last Food Fridays show for a while! First, America’s Test Kitchen host Chris Kimball shares the tips and shortcuts he’s learned from his years in the kitchen. Then, New York Times Dining columnist Melissa Clark shares her ideas for last-minute, edible home-made gifts. And on this week’s Please Explain, NYU professor Marion Nestle joins us for a look at the politics of food— from the stalled Farm Bill to the FDA’s proposed ban on trans fats.

Share Your Cooking Tips

Throughout our Food Fridays series, we’ve had experts and chefs share their tips and shortcuts. Now it’s your turn! The Leonard Lopate Show wants to hear what you've learned from your years in the kitchen.

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Melissa Clark on Delicious, Quick, Homemade Gifts

Melissa Clark talks about delicious, homemade, last-minute Christmas gifts. She's New York Times Dining Section columnist and cookbook writer, and her most recent cookbook is Cook This Now: 120 Easy and Delectable Dishes You Can't Wait to Make.

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Please Explain: The Politics of Food

On this week’s Please Explain, Marion Nestle, author of Eat, Drink Vote: An Illustrated Guide to Food PoliticsFood Politics: How the Food Industry Influences Nutrition and HealthWhat to Eat, among other books, talks about the politics of food.

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Recipe: Melissa Clark's Kumquat-Clementine Cordial

Rum mixed with clementine juice and kumquats!


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