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Food markets are a joyful assault on the senses.  Every one -- from a petite, once-a-week, village market in the hills of northern Sumatra

While it is often easy to oversimplify the unknown, or at least the unfamiliar -- a place, a cuisine, not to mention a culture

I knew of Pascal Baudar as a fellow Master Food Preserver, so I was intrigued to hear about his workshop "End of the World

"Every 30 minutes a farmer in India kills himself." This frightening fact is pointed out in "Bitter Seeds," the third documentary in "The Globalization

When the mild winter arrives in south India around December or January, cool winds and pleasant temperatures replace the remnants of lashing rains from

Daniel Pauly, marine biologist at the University of British Columbia, says we're close to harvesting the last wild fish from the sea. If we