May 29, 2014
Whole Foods is now a familiar name in shopping, but the idea of keeping foods whole is not new. In fact, until relatively recently, it was the only option. The age of processed foods may have changed all that, but we’ll talk about a back-to-basics cooking style that connects how food is raised with how it’s prepared and how it nourishes us.
April 4, 2014
If your mind is feeling mushy, your breakfast may be to blame. Author and health advocate Dr. Neal Barnard has spent the last three decades researching what to eat for a healthy mind and body, and on this hour of All Sides, we’ll talk with him about the connection between the foods we eat and our mental acuity.
December 3, 2013
America, the land of hamburgers and T-bone steaks, baby back ribs and pork chops – we love meat, plain and simple. This hour we’ll discuss new Federal rules on meat labeling, and then look at the history of meat in America and how it’s become intertwined with our national identity.
November 1, 2013
You know the saying: Poach a man a fish, feed him for an evening; teach him to poach fish, feed dinner parties for a lifetime. This hour we’ll focus on honing your at-home cooking technique, just in time to do a dry-run (and some dry rum) before the holidays. Then we’ll get a fair fare rundown of Columbus restaurants from our culinary panel.
January 6, 2012
What’s your favorite restaurant in Columbus? Have you visited a new place recently? This hour of “All Sides,” WOSU News Host Marilyn Smith will discuss the best places to eat in central Ohio, call in with your suggestions.
December 22, 2011
Is food prep the most stressful part of your holiday season? Or, on the other hand, is it your favorite part? Either way, we’ll talk with central Ohio food devotees about holiday food and cooking on this hour of “All Sides.”
November 4, 2011
Have you tried every restaurant in town? Probably not, but you should! Join us on this hour of “All Sides” for a discussion of the best food and restaurants in Central Ohio… You could find somewhere to go for dinner tonight!
October 19, 2011
Lynn Alley is a soup extraordinaire. Her new book, “50 Simple Soups for the Slow Cooker,” contains simple and flavorful vegetarian soups for the slow cooker.
September 30, 2011
Do you need a place to go for dinner Friday night? In this hour, NPR News Host Marilyn Smith discusses the best food and restaurants in Central Ohio.
May 12, 2011
One slow cooker can make endless variations of meals. From chocolate chip cookies, to pea curry- discover what endless treats and meals are possible.