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Canned Peaches Podcast, KBIA 91.3, hosted by Nina Mukerjee Furstenau in collaboration with The Missouri School of Journalism, Harvest Public Media, the Missouri Humanities Council and the Missouri Humanities Trust; 5 episodes, streaming here at KBIA or from podcast providers such as Spotify, Apple, Amazon Alexa, NPR One, and more 

MIZZOU Magazine, Columbian Brew, Winter 2024 print and digital issue.

Atlanta Journal Constitution, Mind of a Chef, Heart of a Farmer, Living and Arts Section

cover, page 8and page 9print edition February 9, 2020; On Brunswick Farm,

 Chef Matthew Raiford Embraces Gullah  Geechee Roots to Build Futureonline February 4, 2020

Feed the Future: Climate Resilient Beans for Mozambique project, (video, book, and research project), August 2018


Pie & Whiskey: Writers Under the Influence of Butter and Booze: And Then There Was Rum Cake essay, October 24, 2017 

Sasquatch Books and Amazon


Feast Magazine, A Not-So-Secret Garden: Wine Cellar & Bistro Finds Vibrant Flavor through Love of Soil, June 2016


Sauce Magazine, The Secret Fig Society: How an Ancient Fruit Took Root in the Midwest, September 1, 2014, St. Louis, Missouri, print and digital.


Ploughshares, Writers and Their Pets–Nina Mukerjee Furstenau, January 20, 2014


Painted Bride Quarterly, Nina Mukerjee Furstenau: Biting Through the Skin, Drexel University, May 2011

Columbia Daily Tribune, Slightly off the Trodden Tuscan Path, September 18, 2016

Columbia Daily Tribune, A Wine and Culinary Tour of Missouri’s Rhine Valley, September 24, 2013

Selected Stories, Missouri Life Magazine:

A Very MO BerrySay Cheese        Say Cheese                               Safari on the Missouri          Tomato Tales










Twelve columns, A Spiced Life, a bi-weekly food column for the Columbia Daily Tribune including Rhubarb: Easy as Pie, 
Foraging for Wild Things, Dancing With Honeybees

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