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We're looking at the country cooking of Ireland with award-winning writer Colman Andrews. And this week, the Sterns are introducing us to the cousin of the Po'Boy in New Orleans.
Jim Sanford talks with Lynne about truffles, and how to train your dog to hunt for them. Web sites: www.blackberryfarm.com, www.oregontrufflefestival.com
Jeff — from Kenai, Alaska — calls in about the type of chicken he's raising.
Jane and Michael Stern are at the Parkway Bakery & Tavern in New Orleans for roast beef Po'Boys.
Book: 500 Things to Eat Before It's Too Late Web sites: Roadfood.com, www.parkwaybakeryandtavernnola.com
Colman Andrews talks with Lynne about reviving the country cuisine of Ireland, potatoes, and colcannon.
Book: The Country Cooking of IrelandRecipe: Colcannon
Peter Bronksi shares his methods for gluten-free cooking. Web site: www.artisanglutenfree.comRecipes: Belgian Waffles, Artisan Gluten-Free Flour Blend Book: Artisanal Gluten-Free Cooking
Lynne talks with Brandy, from Jackson, TN about ghee
John writes in to ask about cooking ahead of time, Jennifer asks about what to put in her spice tins.
Dickson Desponnier talks about high-rise greenhouses
Web site: http://www.verticalfarm.com/