Factory Farm

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May 8th, 2015May 6th, 2016

Journalist Barry Estabrook exposed the dark side of Florida’s tomato crop in his best-selling book Tomatoland. He now takes on the pork industry with his latest book, Pig Tales. We get exuberant and professional help with our picnics from Jen Stevenson, a member of The Portland Picnic Society and co-author of the book The Picnic. Robyn Lea, author of Dinner with Jackson Pollock, shares how she discovered Jackson Pollock's recipes, and Shauna Sever, author of Real Sweet, has alternatives to refined sugar. The Sterns are at Honey from the Rock Café in Augusta, Georgia.

Jane and Michael Stern's Roadfood

If you are hungry in Augusta, Georgia, it's OK if you don't subscribe to the aim of Whole Life Ministries – "To Grow Up the Body of Christ and Teach Them Victory." Whoever's your savior, your appetite will have no trouble believing in Honey from the Rock Cafe, where Whole Life serves bountiful cafeteria-style lunch every weekday. The changing bill of fare includes baked or fried chicken, pork tenderloin, chicken 'n' dumplings, and meat loaf sided by the likes of fried green tomatoes, broccoli casserole, and macaroni and cheese.