I was enormously lucky to lead a discussion with Ruth Reichl, author and editor, and Dan Barber, chef-owner of the Blue Hill restaurants in New York and author, who came to the 92nd Street Y in New York City to talk about our food. The reason for the event was my new book Grocery: The Buying and Selling of Food In America. But the discussion ranged from GMOs and organic food, to big A Ha! moments for both Ruth and Dan, Ruth’s in a small plane filled with the smells of strawberries from Chico farm, Dan’s on a Klaas Martens’s field, which grew cover crops, not wheat. I saved my favorite question from the audience to read last: “Is ice cream always bad for you?” Yes, ice cream has sugar in it, and sugar seems to be considerably Read On »

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An amazing list of mocktails that you need to bookmark, via WSJ.

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A change up for your breakfast routine, add these porridge variations, via WSJ.

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Making risotto properly is a technique that everyone should have, via WSJ.

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New takes on the classic steakhouse that are not so traditional but are more so rather fantastic, via WSJ.

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