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Peter Melnik, a fourth-generation dairy farmer, owns Bar-Way Farm, Inc. in Deerfield, Mass. He has an anaerobic digester on his farm that converts food waste into renewable energy. Allison Aubrey/NPR hide caption

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Chew On This: Farmers Are Using Food Waste To Make Electricity

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If you don't have a steady source of healthy food, it's hard to manage chronic conditions. That's why health care providers are setting up food pantries — right in hospitals and clinics. mixetto/Getty Images hide caption

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'Food Pharmacies' In Clinics: When The Diagnosis Is Chronic Hunger

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Chad Spangler, co-owner and bartender at Service Bar in Washington, D.C., serves up one of his favorite fall drinks on the menu called The Golden Apple. It's made with homemade Jonah Gold apple juice, apple brandy and a spiced butter syrup. Ari Shapiro/NPR hide caption

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'Last Call' Goes Behind The Scenes At Bars, Giving A Glimpse Of Post-Shift Rituals

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Grocery Delivery Services May Rescue Thanksgiving Dinner

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Carrying her baby in a pouch on her back, Susan Enoogoo, 39, hunts for ringed seal on the sea ice near Arctic Bay, Nunavut. Inuit mothers often carry their baby when hunting. If a seal surfaces, Enoogoo tries to snag it with the hook she's holding and drag it out of the water. Acacia Johnson for NPR hide caption

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A flock of Texel-Dorset sheep gather near a hay trough in a Hudson River Valley barn in Medusa, N.Y. Millennials and more experimental diners might be open to eating mutton. Robert Nickelsberg/Getty Images hide caption

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Fernando, Paulina and Bricia Lopez run Guelaguetza, the family's restaurant. The cuisine reflects traditions that are rooted in Oaxaca's many indigenous cultures, which the family honors at Thanksgiving. Mandalit del Barco/NPR hide caption

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Family Shares Their Oaxacan Tradition Of Giving Thanks In New Cookbook

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Television chef Rachael Ray celebrates a milestone with a new book, Rachael Ray 50, that's part cookbook and part memoir. Food Network hide caption

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Rachael Ray At 50: 'Eat Your Spaghetti!'

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A worker stirs Ocean Spray cranberries in a bog set up in front of Rockefeller Center in October 2008. For decades, Susan Stamberg has managed to sneak her family's controversial cranberry relish recipe onto the air. Timothy A. Clary/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Mama Stamberg Takes Her Cranberry Relish Recipe To Ocean Spray's CEO

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A lawsuit by 17 McDonald's workers accuses the fast-food chain of "undermining safety" with late-night work, store design changes and inadequate training. Nam Y. Huh/AP hide caption

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Prince Pasta 'Anthony!' Commercial Turns 50, Continues To Resonate

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