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Bill Telepan Ends His 5-Week Series on School Lunch with Advice from Two Angry Moms

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For the last edition of Feeding Our Future, Bill Telepan welcomed filmmaker Amy Kalafa and Holisitic Nutrition Counselor Dr. Susan Rubin for a conversation about the battle for school [&hellip…

Bill Telepan and Outstanding in the Field Cook Up a Summer Feast

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You can have a great meal cooked by Bill Telepan any day of the week if you snag a table in his Upper West Side restaurant, but it’s not every [&hellip…

Watch the Blind Taste Test + Get Bill's Kid-Approved Recipes for Chicken Nuggets, Chili, and Mac & Cheese

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On Tuesday’s edition of Feeding Our Future, we blindfolded our three guests – all fourth graders attending public schools in New York City – and gave them two samples of [&hellip…

Kids Speak Up on Feeding Our Future...and Vote for Canned Chili!

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On today’s installment of Feeding Our Future, host Bill Telepan didn’t just talk about kids, he talked to three New York City public school students to find out [&hellip…

White House Chef and Senior Policy Advisor Sam Kass Talks School Food with Bill Telepan

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  Today on Feeding Our Future, Bill Telepan welcomed White House Chef and Senior Policy Advisor for Healthy Food Initiatives Sam Kass to discuss the First Lady’s Let’s Move campaign to [&hellip…

Bill Telepan, Jonathan Waxman, and Zak Pelaccio Talk Picky Eaters, Frog Legs, and Family Meals

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  On today’s debut episode of Feeding Our Future, Bill Telepan asked his fellow chefs, public school parents, and school volunteers  Jonathan Waxman and Zak Pelaccio to join him to talk about cafeteria [&hellip…

Bill Telepan Returns with a New Five-Week Series - Feeding Our Future!

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Got picky eaters at home? Want to start an edible garden? Disappointed by the quality of school lunches? Worried about the burden childhood obesity will place on our [&hellip…

Five Ways to Change the (School Food) World!

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Investing in wellness and sustainability now will save us all from poor health, a wrecked environment, and the costs associated with them in the years to come. We hope [&hellip…