All Things Considered for October 31, 2020 Hear the All Things Considered program for October 31, 2020

All Things Considered

Clarkson Potter

Author Interviews

Ina Garten: 'All My Books Really Are About Comfort Food'

Sometimes you want a really good salad, Garten says. But now is not that time. Her new book, Modern Comfort Food, is packed full of recipes for beef stew, chocolate chip cookies and Boston cream pie.

A new mobile voting center brings voting directly to residents in Santa Cruz County, Calif. Here, the VoteMobile is parked at Garfield Park Village, an apartment complex for seniors. Erika Mahoney/KAZU hide caption

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VoteMobile Helps California Wildfire Victims And Seniors Cast Their Ballots

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