Making the Most of Summer Fruit, Making a Documentary about Photographer Dorothea Lange

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Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Peach cobbler baking Peach cobbler is a favorite desert to make with peaches, which are in season in late summer. (Copyright: Stephanie Frey/Shutterstock)

Melissa Clark talks about the many ways to use it in pies, pastries, crumbles, crisps, and more. We’ll find out what makes Honda one of the world’s most innovative car companies. Dyanna Taylor discusses her documentary about her grandmother, the photographer Dorothea Lange. She’s also joined by Lange’s goddaughter, Elizabeth Partridge. We’ll look at a billion dollar lawsuit filed by U.S. sailors who were sent to help after the Fukushima disaster.

Pies, Crisps, and Cobblers: Making the Most of Your Summer Fruit

Melissa Clark offers tips on what to do with all the fruit that’s in season right now—peaches, plums, apricots, melons, berries and more! 

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What Makes Honda's Engine Roar

Honda prefers decentralization over corporate control, simplicity over complexity, and experimentation over efficiency, which sets it apart from Toyota and other competitors.

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The Invisible Photographer Who Captured The Great Depression

Dorothea Lange's photography, which includes the iconic image "Migrant Mother," defined the images of the Great Depression. Yet few know her story, struggles, and profound body of work.

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Did a Japanese Energy Company Lie About Radiation Levels in Fukushima to the U.S. Navy?

Sailors in the U.S Navy are suing a Japanese electric company for $1 billion for lying about radiation levels at Fukushima. They now suffer health problems from exposure to radiation.

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Recipe: Melissa Clark's Upside Down Polenta Plum Cake

A moist cake to make with the plums that are in season this summer.

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