Chef Evan Kleiman calls for an end to America's ban on haggis.
Doing the math
on common assumptions about the benefits of local foods.
In the New York Times
, author Eric Schlosser calls upon the Senate to pass the Food Safety Modernization Act
, which would give the Food and Drug Administration more power to to protect the nation's food safety.
Writing in Time, Josh Ozersky laments the shrinking number of professional restaurant critics.
Is the adoption of home cooking by men good or bad for feminism?
Hey, fish eaters: wanna reduce carbon emissions? Two ecological economists and a food system researcher argue that you should switch
from buying fresh fish to frozen.
Posted by Josh Friedland on Dec 9, 2009
The concept of "grabbing"
a bite or the drink is "just the most soulless and desperate submission to the marketing industry's money-spinning fantasy of busy modern life."
Waiter-turned-author Phoebe Damrosch says that waiting profession deserves more respect, not to mention better wages and health insurance. She recommends a European-style service charge to cover those costs.
The New York Times editorial page is calling upon lawmakers to pass legislation that would allow
veterinarians to prescribe antibiotics to treat individual farm animals or
prevent disease, but restrict routine feeding of
antibiotics to farm animals.