If everyone in the U.S. ate no meat or cheese just one day a week, over a year, the effect on emissions would be the equivalent of taking 7.6 million cars off the road. (Another aside: if for two days a week you don’t eat any meat or cheese until dinnertime, you’ll accomplish something similar.)
—Mark Bittman, "More Weight on Less Meat" (7/18/11)
'The difference between tobacco and food is that you need food to live.' This isn’t food I’m talking about, though, but food-like products. No one needs Pepsi or Whoppers; we aren’t born craving doughnuts or nachos.
—Mark Bittman, “Junk Food Guidelines Won’t Help" (05-03-11)
You can’t have real religion,” he told me, “unless you work for justice for hungry and poor people.
-David Beckmann, a reverend who is this year’s World Food Prize laureate.
Heavy Table’s Andy Sturdevant illustrates all of the great eats on 38th Street. Love this!
Last night I joined a few of my favorite gal pals for a ladies’ night in. We prepared a delicious feast (food pics to come)…
If you’re looking for a fun fall-ish baking activity this weekend, you should absolutely should try these Apple Fritters (see batter bowl in photo)…they are BETTER than state fair doughnuts. I kid you not. And, we served them with Minnesota Creamery Cinnamon Ice Cream instead of the liquored up homemade stuff.