A 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.
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She disagrees that cooking shows are 'scaring us out of the kitchen.'
The Chez Panisse alum and Michael Pollan protege will now make a name for herself.
Monsanto et al better watch out.
He calls it 'a four-hour ordeal.'
Alice had them pull out all the fluorescent lighting.
She's on a joint cultural-diplomatic mission with a gang of American celebrities.
"There 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."
Chez Panisse Anniversary Fundraising Dinners to Include Pig Roast at Pollan’s House, Provençal Dinner by Traci Des Jardins
Get your tickets, basically, now.
The sustainable food dream team try to rally support for the bill Congress is voting on shortly.
All you need is a purple hat, some scarves, and some "vegetables that you can gaze upon beatifically."
One community oven, four chefs, a baker, a writer, and a lot of wine.
'Fresh' attempts to put a brighter spin on the food crisis by focusing on farmers and others who are taking positive, if small, steps.
Michael Pollan is probably right; $8 for untainted, local eggs doesn't sound so bad right now.
"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."
The 'lightning rod for Berkeley elitism' gets reamed once more in a national publication.
Harris Ranch threatened to yank its donations if Pollan spoke "unchallenged," so the university changed his speaking format to a panel discussion.