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Ingredientism on the Rise

Friday, April 30th, 2010

It is the tyranny of the ingredient. No longer is a successful dish on the American menu about a successful sum of its parts; it is about the parts themselves. Each ingredient is held up and examined like a precisely cut diamond.

NPR story on “Ingredientism”

FYI: School Lunches Are F-d Up

Tuesday, April 6th, 2010

Good piece on a teacher who tried to make a change and paid the price. It also has a link to this terrific blog by an anonymous teacher who is eating cafeteria food and blogging about it. I’m psyched for the “Lunch Lady Q & A”!

—Snacktime

Experimental Licks

Tuesday, April 6th, 2010

The meal opened with a 1975 Diet Pepsi, served in a disposable bottle. Although the bouquet was negligible, its distinct metallic aftertaste evoked memories of tin cans one had licked experimentally in the first flush of childhood’s curiosity.

Quote from a funny Russell Baker essay back in 1975. Thanks to viv for the tip!

There Is No Green In "Greed"

Monday, April 5th, 2010

Terrific piece in Salon about questionable environmental claims from food producers by Anna Lappé, author of “Diet for a Hot Planet: The Climate Crisis at the End of Your Fork and What You Can Do About It” and daughter of Francis Moore Lappé. Together they run the Small Planet Fund, which supports grassroots groups that address hunger and poverty.

Comic from The New Gay

—Snacktime

First Guns Take On Le Fooding, Le Sexism

Sunday, April 4th, 2010

Oh, Adam Gopnik. To be fair, maybe there aren’t any female chefs in all of Paris.

Things I Wish Upton Sinclair Had Lived to See

Tuesday, March 30th, 2010

Link: Things I Wish Upton Sinclair Had Lived to See

“Opposite to usual cutting of döner meat this robot has lot of advantage.” It’s “the next generation of döner-cutting techniques!”

(via the always awesome Awl—Snacktime)

Millions and Millions of… Intestines

Tuesday, March 30th, 2010

The unholy monotony of watching Andrew Zimmern eat his millionth intestinal bit and say, “Oh, that’s good. It has that mineral, liver taste that I love.”

http://www.gregorspub.com/ThePub/?p=520

Seasoned with Dogma and Self-Righteousness

Sunday, March 21st, 2010

Link: Seasoned with Dogma and Self-Righteousness

“Food is so many things: it is vital to life, it is a source of nourishment and of pleasure as well as an outlet for creativity. It fosters cultural identity and comforts those far from home. But no matter how ethical it may be, or how many antioxidants it contains, it will not save us. When we season our food with dogma and self-righteousness, we give it an unhealthy power over our ability to rationally consider its already vital place in our lives. If what you eat has become your religion, take care to serve up your message peacefully and palatably.”

From Grist

—Snacktime