‘Ping the Herb Guy’ Is London Chefs’ Go-To Dealer
From his tiny but tightly packed rooftop garden, amateur gardener Ping Ng has supplied restaurants including Black Axe Mangal, The Clove Club, and P Franco.
Growing Food Is Part of the Program at This Teen Mental Health Facility
Therapy at Newport Academy includes learning to think about the future in positive terms. Nurturing vegetables to maturity is one way.
This Inner-City Community Garden Uses Vegetables as Therapy
St. Mary’s Secret Garden in East London offers valuable horticultural therapy for those with mental health issues. But social services funding cuts mean that the community-run space may struggle to survive.
How Tiny Edible Gardens Are Helping This African Kingdom's Battle with HIV
Dotted around rural Lesotho, where almost a quarter of adults live with HIV or AIDs, are small plots of fertile soil for growing vitamin-rich vegetables. “A nutritional diet is especially important for people living with HIV, as their body needs to...
MUNCHIES Presents: Edible Schoolyard NYC
MUNCHIES host Frank Pinello visits the Edible Schoolyard NYC program in East Harlem, New York to see the program's seed to table educational experience at work.
What Makes Grindmother, the Gardening "Grindcore Grandma," Scream Like Hell?
What happened when a 67-year-old Canadian woman picked up a mic and started screaming? The very brutal (and very viral) Grindmother was born.