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Michael Pollan

  1. Video Feed
    Sausage Party Is Basically the Dirtiest, Most Sadistic Food Movie EverWatch Seth Rogen try to get his wiener package next to Kristen Wiig’s buns.
  2. Interviews
    Michael Pollan on the Future of Food and Wood-Pulp Parmesan“There’s a long history of food being adulterated.”
  3. Video Feed
    Watch the Trailer for Cooked“When we learned to cook is when we truly became human.”
  4. Awards
    James Beard Foundation Names 2014 Leadership Award RecipientsThey join the likes of Michelle Obama and Alice Waters.
  5. Quote of the Day
    Michael Pollan Doesn’t Quite Understand the Fuss Over His Most Famous LineThat includes fermented foods like kimchi, he says, but adds he’s not updating the line.
  6. Food Politics
    Connecticut Approves First Broad GMO Labeling Bill; New York Rejects AnotherSeedy business.
  7. Bookshelf
    Femivores vs. Feminists: Let the Debate BeginA new book argues that the current food movement is triggering a kind of backslide in the way women assume responsibility for the kitchen and home.
  8. Kerfuffles
    Mary Risley Lashes Back at Michael Pollan About the Impact of Food TVShe disagrees that cooking shows are ‘scaring us out of the kitchen.’
  9. Easy Bake
    Michael Pollan Says Men Need to Get Back Into the Kitchen, StatWe need more “gender-neutral” cooking classes.
  10. In Conversation
    In Conversation: Michael Pollan and Adam PlattThe original promoter of the ethically minded, locally grown approach to feeding ourselves holds forth on his favorite junk food, his microbial menagerie, and the evils lurking in a tube of Go-Gurt.
  11. Bookshelf
    Local Writer and Cooking Teacher Samin Nosrat Lands Her First Book DealThe Chez Panisse alum and Michael Pollan protege will now make a name for herself.
  12. Bookshelf
    Get Ready for a Pollan Family CookbookMore Pollan wisdom is coming your way.
  13. Food Politics
    Pollan on 37: ‘It Will Continue and Get Very Expensive’Monsanto et al better watch out.
  14. Let Them Eat Foie
    L.A. and S.F. Chefs Look Beyond the BanMichael Pollan thinks the upcoming restriction placed on foie gras is just red herring.
  15. Quote of the Day
    Michael Pollan Says Eating at the French Laundry Is Too Much WorkHe calls it ‘a four-hour ordeal.’
  16. Go Ask Alice
    Waters in China: More Details About the Organic Feast for 250Alice had them pull out all the fluorescent lighting.
  17. Go Ask Alice
    Alice Waters Visits China, Troubled to Find No Organic DuckShe’s on a joint cultural-diplomatic mission with a gang of American celebrities.
  18. Video Feed
    Watch the Best Parts of Michael Pollan’s Colbert AppearanceYou’d tax soda? But that’s the milk of America.”
  19. Social Change
    Michael Pollan Basically Compares His Cause to Abolitionism and Women’sThere is no question that there is an elite strand within the food movement, but a lot of social change movements in this country … have been started by the affluent.”
  20. Foodies With Benefits
    Chez Panisse Anniversary Fundraising Dinners to Include Pig Roast atGet your tickets, basically, now.
  21. Loco for Locavores
    The Omnivore’s Dilemna Meets Fast Food Nation at USC. DepressedEvan Kleiman will moderate a discussion with Eric Schlosser and Michael Pollan, potentially injecting some humor into the earnest plea for better eating habits.
  22. Health Concerns
    Pollan and Schlosser Tag Team to Pimp Food Safety BillThe sustainable food dream team try to rally support for the bill Congress is voting on shortly.
  23. Funnies
    Don Some Alice Waters Drag This HalloweenAll you need is a purple hat, some scarves, and some “vegetables that you can gaze upon beatifically.”
  24. Storytime
    Michael Pollan, Kermit Lynch, Several Chefs Enjoy a 36-Hour Dinner PartyOne community oven, four chefs, a baker, a writer, and a lot of wine.
  25. Video Feed
    Another Documentary Tries to Turn Food Inc. Frown Upside Down’Fresh’ attempts to put a brighter spin on the food crisis by focusing on farmers and others who are taking positive, if small, steps.
  26. Awards
    Michael Pollan Honored by Yoko Ono for ‘Contributions to WorldAt an Icelandic ceremony involving an illuminated John Lennon memorial, no less.
  27. Health Concerns
    Easy Solution to the Egg Recall: Don’t Buy Cheap EggsMichael Pollan is probably right; $8 for untainted, local eggs doesn’t sound so bad right now.
  28. Price Check
    Michael Pollan Thinks $8 For a Dozen Eggs Is a Bargain“Eight dollars for a dozen eggs sounds outrageous, but when you think that you can make a delicious meal from two eggs, that’s $1.50.”
  29. Awards
    David Chang, Michael Pollan, and Some Vegetable Vendor Make ‘TimeAlice Waters, Dan Barber, and Ruth Reichl pen love letters.
  30. Go Ask Alice
    Why Does Alice Waters Inspire So Many Haters?The ‘lightning rod for Berkeley elitism’ gets reamed once more in a national publication.
  31. Mediavore
    Salinger’s Fiction Was Heavy with Food; Is Pork the New Viagra?The mysterious late author used eating as a device and Argentina’s president offers a new aphrodisiac.
  32. The New York Diet
    Michael Pollan Forages for Chanterelles, Doesn’t Sweat Unsustainable Sushi“I had twelve-grain toast with smoked salmon that my mother had gotten from Barney Greengrass.”
  33. Food Politics
    Michael Pollan: Health-Care Reform Will Change Our Diets“Right now, the food industry creates patients for the health-care industry,” says the author of ‘Food Rules.’
  34. Beef
    Cal Poly Yanks Pollan Lecture After Beef Co. BalksHarris Ranch threatened to yank its donations if Pollan spoke “unchallenged,” so the university changed his speaking format to a panel discussion.
  35. Other Magazines
    Times Previews Killjoy Food IssueRules to eat by and a low-low-calorie diet are among the stories in this year’s edition.
  36. Food Politics
    Michael Pollan Wants to Reform Health Care, TooWant to change the way Americans eat? Get the insurance industry involved.
  37. Food Politics
    Pollan Boycotts Whole Foods Boycott“Support for the farmers matters more to me than the political views of their founder.”
  38. Ethical Eating
    The End of CookingWe’re fat because we don’t cook, according to Michael Pollan’s long and winding essay in this weeks’ ‘New York Times Magazine.
  39. Mediavore
    Women Picky About First-Date Restaurants; Food-Safety Bill PassesPlus: FDA food-safety bill passed, and Michael Pollan on Julia Child, all in our morning news roundup.
  40. Foodievents
    Food, Inc.: Finally, Something Bourdain and Waters Can Both Get BehindPlus, why was ‘The Omnivore’s Dilemma’ almost dumped by Washington State University?
  41. Big Thinkers
    Barber, Pollan Get Behind Latest Locavore FlickA new film brings farmer-minded dinners, a panel discussion, and of course a “call to action.”
  42. Meaningless Honors
    Rolling Stone Recognizes Dave Chang’s Contribution to Door PoliciesDave Chang, Michael Pollan, and Philippe Starck are among ‘Rolling Stone”s 2009 “100 Agents of Change.”
  43. Polemics
    Viva la Food Revolution?A so-called food revolution has begun, but it faces some obstacles.
  44. Eating Well
    Michael Pollan Solicits Eating TipsWhat advice did your grandmother give you?
  45. Mediavore
    Hillary Goes Nutter at Buddakan; Michael Pollan Is Not HappyPlus: old-school dim-sum restaurant HSF shutters, and hope for Jefferson Market, all in our morning news roundup.
  46. Mediavore
    School Lunches Go Locavore; Ed Brown Goes FishingSlow Food lecturers are boring, the cocktails of ‘Mad Men,’ and more, in our morning news roundup.
  47. Mediavore
    What Gwyneth Ate in Spain; Chodorow No Stranger to IronyGwyneth Paltrow wasn’t a food snob in Spain, what sells best at Kobe Club, Michael Pollan says people should spend more money on food, and more in our morning roundup of food news and gossip.
  48. Mediavore
    Naked Chef Returns to Food Network; Starbucks’ ‘Skinny’ IssueAt long last, Jamie Oliver is returning to Food Network; catch him battling Mario Batali on Iron Chef America Sunday night, and then stay tuned for a preview of his new show, Jamie at Home. [Eat for Victory/VV] If anyone’s going to see mice in your restaurant, food writers are the worst-case scenario. Right, Mermaid Inn? [The Feed/TONY] One man who’s had enough of unsolicited menus showing up under his door has designed a wannabe deterrent. [BoingBoing via Gothamist]
  49. Beef
    Did Michael Pollan Throw the Whole Foods Debate? (Just Asking)What exactly is up with Michael Pollan? We sat up late into the night waiting for him to put hard questions to Whole Foods CEO John Mackey in the discussion we previewed the other day. Part of Pollan’s bestselling book The Omnivore’s Dilemma was devoted to unmasking Whole Foods’ claims to sustainability and the like, but when the author finally sat down with Mackey, he was as cordial and giving as the publicity-obsessed CEO. Still, the discussion being two hours and all, there were inevitably highlights. (If you prefer to comb through it yourself, you may do that here.)
  50. Beef
    Michael Pollan Versus Whole Foods: The SmackdownIt’s a match made for the ECW: John Mackey, co-founder of Whole Foods, versus Michael Pollan, author of The Omnivore’s Dilemma, the best-selling critical overview of modern industrial foodways that reveals Whole Foods to be … just another big supermarket chain! In an open letter, Mackey has accused the writer of not doing his research, but this afternoon they will meet face-to-face and finally resolve the question of who’s handier with a folding chair. Actually, they’re just going to debate, after Mackey gives a presentation modestly called “The Past, Present, and Future of Food.” It’s happening at the University of California, Berkeley, at 10 p.m. our time; you can see it Webcast live here — or wait for our breathless take on the proceedings tomorrow.
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