How cuts to food stamp program could increase ‘poor outcomes’ for the food insecure

JUDY WOODRUFF: The Trump administration is making some big changes to the food stamp program. Today, the U.S. Department of Agriculture finalized a new rule expected to end food stamps for nearly 700,000 people. Now known as SNAP, the food stamp program helps feed more than 36 million Americans. The new measure is the first […]

The future of food – 6 Minute English

Neil: Hello. This is 6 Minute English. I’m Neil. Sam: And I’m Sam. Neil: Sam, have you considered the future of food much? Sam: Well I think in the future I might have a sandwich – in about 30 minutes in the future. Neil: Not quite what I meant! With the population of the world […]

Food Security

Serwa is a farmer in Africa. Every day, she works long hours tending a small plot of land. She hopes to grow enough crops to keep her children from going hungry and sell what’s left for a fair price. But it’s a fragile lifeline. Crop disease, unstable markets, or a few weeks without rain could […]

Food waste is the world’s dumbest problem

MIT is known for developing a lot of impressive technology. But hidden in the kitchen of MIT’s Media Lab is, perhaps, my favorite MIT invention: the FoodCam. Okay, so it may not look like much but it’s actually quite brilliant. Let’s say you have some leftover food. You put it under the camera and you […]

Robert Lee: “Rescuing Leftover Cuisine” | Talks at Google

[MUSIC PLAYING] SPEAKER 1: Robert, thank you for being here. ROBERT LEE: Of course. SPEAKER 1: We’re happy to have you. So as we just learned in the video, food insecurity is very personal to you. Can you talk more about that? ROBERT LEE: Sure. Yeah. My parents were Korean, from South Korea, and they […]

Mysoora Paaka Intro Video

“Mysoora Paaka” does not mean “Mysore Pak” (sweet) Its cookery in Mysore We go to different food spots.. eat and review it. Our intension is not to Advertise… but introduce you the uniqueness of the Grub spot. We are friends from different streams.. but we host one review programme(Show). We not only project our perspective, […]

Rachel Auerbach and the Public Kitchen in the Warsaw Ghetto

We would walk, our heads full of soot and ashes from the fires that had just finished consuming the city, the echo of the planes and explosions still ringing in our ears. These were the last days of September 1939. I was helpless, broken, desperate. On one of those days I received word that Emanuel […]