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Thanksgiving Leftovers: Beyond Sandwiches

Katie Workman, author of the cookbook The Mom 100, returns to talk leftovers with Audie Cornish. Earlier in the week, Workman outlined how to pull off Thanksgiving dinner if you're time-crunched. Today, she's got some creative suggestions on what to do with the tasty remnants of the day.
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NPR: The Ugly Truth About Food Waste in America

Each year, Americans waste 33 million tons of food. Dana Gunders, a scientist at the Natural Resources Defense Council, and author Jonathan Bloom discuss the economic and environmental impacts of food waste, and what can be done to fight the growing problem.
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Virginia's Winter Crabbing Season Extended Two Weeks

Crab fisherman in Virginia's Chesapeake Bay are being allowed two extra weeks of fishing time this year to compensate for the heavy disruption to the season caused by Hurricane Sandy.

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A Readable Feast: Poems To Feed 'The Hungry Ear'

According to poet Kevin Young, the best poems are like the best meals — they're made from scratch. Young has edited a new collection of poems that celebrate the pleasures of food, from "butter disappearing into whipped sweet potatoes" to oysters that taste like "starlight."
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Can Detroiters Make A Better City With Soup?

One micro-grant project in Detroit is gaining a lot of traction. Every month, the group Detroit SOUP hosts a dinner, and for five bucks you get soup, salad, bread and a vote to give the night's proceeds to a community project. Director Amy Kaherl talks to guest host Celeste Headlee about the power of neighbors talking to neighbors.
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Judge Approves Hostess' Plan To Liquidate

Hostess is now free to fire its 18,000 workers and can look for buyers interested in their brands. The company decided to call it quits because it said it didn't have the finances to survive an ongoing national strike.
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What Time Does Giant, Safeway, Harris Teeter, Etc. Close On Thanksgiving?

Forget something essential for the Thanksgiving meal? Most grocery stores in the D.C. region are open Thursday, at least for a few hours. Check out a full list.

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Chef Bryan Voltaggio

He's the man who put Frederick, Md., on the culinary map. We talk with Bryan Voltaggio about his cooking career, local ties and the importance of family.

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