Phil Karlin, founder and commercial fisherman of PE & DD Seafood of Long Island, New York shows the importance of local fishermen, via The Huffington Post.
Posts Categorized: Food Politics
Food trucks are very popular at the moment in large cities. Chicago has strict permit guidelines and rules for mobile food units. Violation: parking 200 feet from another restaurant, via Wall Street Journal.
The term “domestic” is linked to the female persona set by our culture. Think about all the cooking, preserving, upkeep, and care you do throughout the day. It is just about choice and living the way you want to live, via Grist.org
Lots of talk about the evil Asian Carp, but what about the American crawfish? A different perspective on invasive species. Crawfish will impact salmon and other species in the streams and rivers of Scotland, via Scotland Herald.
We live in a time of unprecedented interest in, and care for, food and all the issues that surround its growing, harvesting, purveyance, and its cooking. This interest happened because we were on the brink of losing good food altogether, with farmers disappearing and the masses abandoning the kitchen, handing over our farming to Monsanto and giving our most fundamental and exclusively human act, cooking, over to the ConAgras and McDonalds. (ConAgra, one of our biggest food processors, is that name a joke on us?! Con, against, Agra, agriculuture—against agriculture! At least they’re open about it!) We only become reflective about something we’d previously taken for granted when it becomes imperiled. I’m not saying that rampant diabetes in teenagers, epidemic obesity, social fragmentation and alienation, nitrogen runoff in our rivers and oceans, oceans increasingly depleted Read On »