We talk with a major newspaper food editor about cooking with beans: a versatile plant-based protein. Then we discuss attributes that define leaders in how they respond to turbulent times — such as facing a global pandemic. And we talk to a reporter about how the ongoing coronavirus outbreak is impacting EPA regulations.
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Food Friday: Recipes That Embrace The Power Of Beans
Beans have long been a kitchen staple. We talk to a bean enthusiast who wrote a new cookbook where he calls beans the “most versatile plant-based protein.” He gives us the scoop on canned versus dry beans, and tells us just how cool beans really are.
Coronavirus Outbreak Prompts EPA To Slow Enforcement Of Pollution Regulations
The Environmental Protection Agency has slowed pollution enforcement as the ongoing novel coronavirus outbreak continues nationwide. We talk to a climate reporter about the news and what it could mean for environmental issues moving forward.
What Courageous Leadership During Crisis Looks Like
We discuss some of the behaviors and attributes we see in great leaders during times of crisis. We also talk about how such a situation can help individuals learn about themselves and what they’re capable of.
- Rob Ferrett Host
- Natalie Guyette Producer
- J. Carlisle Larsen Producer
- Tim Peterson Producer
- Joe Yonan Guest
- Lisa Friedman Guest
- Nancy Koehn Guest
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