Foodizen: Grooming the Urban Farmers of Tomorrow

The latest episode of the Foodizen podcast goes inside W.B. Saul, the largest agricultural school in the country, where students are trained in the art of farming

Foodizen Podcast: The Most Famous Soup You’ve Never Heard Of

The latest episode of the food history podcast examines the roots of pepper pot soup, sold by Campbell’s for 110 years. No, it was not invented in Camden

By Tonya Hopkins

Foodizen: Hail, Cider

In an excerpt from his new book, Jason Wilson celebrates the burgeoning world of apple ciders. They are not what you think they are

Foodizen: Meditations on Meat

Jason Wilson visited Michael Schulson’s fabulous new Alpen Rose, which puts steak back on the menu. Can we find a way to make peace with meat?

Foodizen: Dinner on the Farm

What’s even better than a farm-to-table dinner? A farm-to-farm table dinner, that also helps keep small, sustainable farms afloat, writes Katherine Rapin

Foodizen: When Celery Was the Avocado Toast of Its Time

Jason Wilson describes how a Fishtown restaurant is on a culinary journey into Pennsylvania’s past. Waffles and catfish, anyone?

Reality Check with Abbe Stern

Charles Ellison and Abbe Stern, hospitality manager at the Rittenhouse Hotel, discuss how she started a food rescue operation to bring restaurant excess to food banks and other organizations that could use it.

By Charles D. Ellison

Foodizen: Food it Forward

In the next in our series on food and culture, Jason Wilson looks at a Rittenhouse Square nonprofit helping restaurants do the right thing: Donating their food waste