Food For Thought: For the Love of Albacore

Ah, the beloved albacore tuna... Master Food Preservers Joyce Houston and Jennifer Bell share their appreciation for albacore tuna and continue their discussion on proper tuna canning technique.

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So you walk into the new Korean joint around the corner and discover that (gasp) the head chef is a white guy from Des Moines. What's your gut reaction? Do you want to walk out? Why?

The question of who gets to cook other people's food can be squishy — just like the question of who gets to tell other people's stories. (See: the whole controversy over the casting of the new Nina Simone biopic.)

Damián Campos

  Andrés Thomas Conteris, founder of Democracy Now! En Español talks about the role of independent media in Honduras where his friend, environmental and indigenous rights activist Berta Cáceres, was recently assassinated.

In English and Spanish, this conversation with Damián Campos questions the role of a Presidential candidate in the 2009 Honduras coup.

Deric Mendes

Amy and Steve Bohner of Alchemy Distillery open up about how and why their construction agency is getting into the booze business. They spoke with Jennifer Bell on Food for Thought

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Delray Beach's charming downtown, palm trees and waves attract locals, vacationers and, increasingly, drug users who come here to try to get off opioids. In some parts of the small Florida community, there's a residential program for people recovering from addiction — a sober living house or "sober home" — on nearly every block. Sometimes two or three.

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