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Food & Living
Eggslut's the Slut | Johnny Autry

42 Ambitious Recipes to Fuel Your Culinary Cravings

Tired of the same old recipes? Here are some ambitious projects to undertake at home to excite your palate. 
deviled porkchops america's test kitchen

47 Easy-to-Make Recipes to Liven Up Your Regular Menu

Here are 47 simple-to-execute recipes that can spice up your existing menus for that inevitable culinary slump. 
Prepared breakfast and lunch meals waiting to be picked-up by buses for home deliveries in Swain County, North Carolina | Courtesy of Christine Tran

The Challenges of Feeding Hungry School Kids in a Time of Crisis

From pandemics to natural disasters, a crisis only amplifies the challenges school food programs face regularly.
 Watts Coffee House logo | Still from "Broken Bread" Watts
Broken Bread

Watts Coffee House: A True Community Hub

Watts Coffee House has been open for more than 50 years, but since Desiree Edwards took over in 1997, the restaurant has become a community gathering place and driver for a more positive future for locals.
Aqeela Sherrills with a fellow community member | Still from "Broken Bread" Watts
Broken Bread

Aqeela Sherrills: Homegrown Watts Peacemaker

Aqeela Sherrills is a Watts native who grew up around street gangs. As an adult, he decided to team up with other community members to build a more peaceful, prosperous Watts. 
Community members celebrate "Hood Day" eating turkey tacos at Locol. | Still from "Broken Bread"
Broken Bread

E6: Watts

Roy takes a head-on look at efforts to heal the social and economic wounds of Watts, acknowledging one of the oldest communities in Los Angeles as a mirror into ourselves and our future.
A field full of broken watermelons. | Still from "Broken Bread"
Broken Bread

Food Waste and Climate Change: How to Tackle Both from the Kitchen

It’s hard to eat, drink, and be merry when you think about just how much our food system contributes to climate change around the world. But it also means there’s plenty you can do to help mitigate the effects of climate change right from your kitchen.
Boxes of recovered food donated by restaurants and hotels to Chefs to End Hunger. | Still from "Broken Bread"
Broken Bread

What You Need to Know About the True Cost of Wasting Food

One-third of the food produced each year never gets eaten — that’s enough food to feed undernourished people worldwide twice over. Here are a few things you should know about food waste.
Bracken's Kitchen truck | Still from "Broken Bread"
Broken Bread

Bracken's Kitchen: Bringing Food to People in Need

Bracken's Kitchen is a Garden Grove-based non-profit that provides meals to organizations that help feed people in need.
A mountain of food waste in a landfill. | Still from "Broken Bread"
Broken Bread

E5: Waste

Roy journeys from L.A. to Orange County to discover how non-profit innovators are tackling the problem of food waste.
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