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This Pork Loin Sandwich Starts With Happy Pigs
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Following Spain's Roast Suckling Pig From Farm To Table
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Food Failures: Beer Home Brew
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Barry Nalebuff (left) and Seth Goldman cofounded Honest Tea in 1997. Goldman is the company's TeaEO. Nalebuff is a professor at Yale School of Management. Crown Business hide caption

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Honest Tea Founders Tell Their Story Of Not-Too-Sweet Success
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Just about every culture has a dumpling. For many immigrants and first-generation Americans, dumplings serve as a delicious taste of home and heritage. Pierogis are the Polish take on the form. Allison Aubrey/NPR hide caption

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Dumplings Taste Better When Filled With Memories
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Antibiotic Use On The Farm: Are We Flying Blind?
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Ammunition in the form of tomatoes are thrown to a crowd gathered for the annual Tomatina Festival in Bunol, Spain, near Valencia, Wednesday. AFP/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A Flock of Dumpling Ducklings: What's inside? Roasted Beijing duck, of course. Anthony Kuhn/NPR hide caption

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Move Over, Pot Stickers: China Cooks Up Hundreds Of Dumplings
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Losia Nyankale helps daughter Jonessa and son Juliean learn the alphabet. Nyankale, who works in a restaurant in Washington, D.C., says she needs food stamps and child-care subsidies to make ends meet. Jennifer Ludden/NPR hide caption

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For Restaurant Workers, A Struggle To Put Food On The Table
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An Israeli man bathes in the Dead Sea. Spas have long touted the health benefits of the Dead Sea. So does Naked Sea Salt. Sebastian Scheiner/AP hide caption

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At Happy Boy Farms near Santa Cruz, Calif., Early Girl tomatoes are grown using dry-farming methods. The tomatoes have become increasingly popular with chefs and wholesalers. Courtesy Jen Lynne/Happy Boy Farms hide caption

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At the Te'amim — or Tastes — cooking camp in Jerusalem, kids learn how to make kubbeh hamusta, a popular regional dumpling from Kurdistan. Emily Harris/NPR hide caption

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You Say 'Kubbeh,' I Say 'Kibbeh.' Let's Eat 'Em All Right Now
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