Six Foods That Might Not Be The Real Deal
What Do We Lose, And Gain, When Reducing A Life To A Recipe? : The Salt : NPR
Or, pretty much anything packaged.
Thanks to Climate Change, $7 Coffee May Be the Norm
Emerging from the blogger netherworld to post this fascinating little article. I love stories of how food and identity overlap - good or bad!
It’s more than just coffee, though…it’s everything.
Mmmm…bibimbap. Love of my life. (at A Little Pine Tree)
Haven’t been posting a lot lately because 1) I got into grad school! 2) I’ve been taking classes and working full time 3) I’ve also been volunteering for (first) Portland Farmers Market and (then) Kitchen Commons and 4) obviously I’m crazy for doing all of this at the same time and expecting to blog regularly.
I’m going to try to be a more responsible blogger as the quarter winds down!
"Every sector of the food system, including farmers, is under ever-increasing pressure to demonstrate it is operating in a way that is consistent with stakeholder values and expectations. When stakeholders do not perceive that to be the case, the result is litigation, a pressuring of branded food companies and legislation to change how the industry and system operates"