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We're exploring the mind and ethics of the hunter with Steve Rinella, author of American Buffalo, In Search of a Lost Icon, we get advice on kitchen cleanup music with Tom Moon, author of 1,000 Recordings To Hear Before You Die and we meet bean-obsessed Steve Sando, author of Heirloom Beans.
Breaux Bridge, Louisiana declares itself the crawfish capital of the world. Located out in the swamps about 2 hours out of New Orleans, is a town restaurant and social center loved by locals from miles around.
Book: 500 Things to Eat Before It's Too LateWeb sites: Roadfood.com, www.cafedesamis.com
Lynne's thoughts on how to keep eating well despite the economy...
Lynne talks with Steve Sando, who has a bunch of heirloom bean varieties we've never heard of.
Recipe: Drunken BeansBook: Heirloom BeansWeb site: www.ranchogordo.com
Naturalist and hunter Steve Rinella, talks with Lynne about 14,000 years of the American buffalo and the humans who hunted them.
Book: American Buffalo, In Search of a Lost Icon
Music critic Tom Moon has come up with some suggestions for music to clean up by. (See feature, right)
Book: 1,000 Recordings To Hear Before You Die
How did the Astomi tribe nourish themselves?
Lynne talks about what to do with a surplus of grapes, and she shares a recipe for macaroni and cheese.
Recipe: 21st Century Mac n' Cheese
The poems of Jane Hirshfield are called "honest and beautiful, sensual and clean, risky and wise."
Poem: "Cook"Book: Of Gravity & Angels