A coffee grower picks coffee fruits in a plantation near Montenegro in Quindio province, Colombia. Fair Trade USA wants to allow coffee from big estates like this one under its fair trade label. Jose Miguel Gomez/Reuters /Landov hide caption

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Is Fair Trade Coffee Still Fair If It Comes From A Big Farm?

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Healthy Cooking, A Performance Artist's Statement

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For fans of TV chef Paula Deen (seen here in a photo from 2006), her appeal lies not in the recipes, but in that feeling that she's talking just to you. Courtesy of Food Network/AP hide caption

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With Paula Deen, It's Not Really About The Pie

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Giant Pumpkin, But Forget About Pie

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When is filtered honey really honey? The answer may lie in the politics of imported food. Filippo Monteforte/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Kitchen Tricks: Halving Cherry Tomatoes

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