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World's Largest Banana Museum Forced To Split

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Tomato Gardeners, Plant On! Late Blight Is Gone

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Even if you don't have access to fresh pike and whitefish, you don't necessarily have to turn to gefilte fish in a jar. Portland chef Jenn Louis makes hers with salmon and halibut. William Thomas Cain/Getty Images hide caption

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The Facebook culinary staff hustles to prepare 1,300 lunches per day, more than some restaurants serve over the course of a week. The cafe also serves about 600 breakfasts and 580 dinners each day. Rori Gallagher for NPR hide caption

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Want A Free Lunch? Work For Facebook

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A man holds a handful of coffee beans during the first day of the World Coffee Conference in Guatemala City on Feb. 26. Coffee producers say they are getting hammered by global warming, with higher temperatures forcing growers to move to prized higher ground, putting the cash crop at risk. Johan Ordonez/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A martini from Washington, D.C.'s Bombay Club. May-Ying Lam/NPR hide caption

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