The Local Food Report can be heard every Thursday on WCAI, the local NPR station for Cape Cod, Martha's Vineyard, Nantucket, and the South Coast. From farmers' markets to backyard gardens, wild forage to home kitchen recipes, the Local Food Report explores the Cape, Islands, and South Coast to find out what's in season and what to do with it.The Local Food Report airs Thursday at 8:35 AM and 5:45 PM and Saturday at 9:35 AM and is made possible by our Local Food Report sponsors.
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Katie Reed and Josiah Mayo don’t make your typical mass-produced chocolate.
When Charlie Moeder first got involved with the Chatham Harwich Newcomers Club Men’s Cooking group, he volunteered to run the sign-up booth at the Newcomers general meeting.
The other night I had dinner with a friend who’s expecting a baby. The conversation turned to seafood — what’s safe to eat and why it’s important during pregnancy.
I love the local food report, I’ve caught it on the radio randomly in the past but recently I’ve been listening to it as a podcast while making my coffee in the morning. It’s such an interesting and bright way to start my day off.
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The Local Food Report launched 2 years ago and published 26 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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