Before I get into Soylent, I must first tell you about "meat shirts." You see, my brainy husband, Mike, once semi-joked that Big Food should develop nutrient-laden shirts that a person could wear to absorb their nutrition via their skin, rather than eating. At the end of the … [Read more...] about Soylent – The End of Food? Not So Fast…
Rants and raves
Stories like as The 10 Dirtiest Food That You're Eating frustrate me. While it offers some reasonable advice, the story vaguely implies that eating real, fresh food will kill you, and if it does, it's all your fault. My primary issue with this story is that its main focuses … [Read more...] about Don’t eat real food; it will kill you
Last week, video of Michael Ruhlman calling "bullshit" on people's claim that they don't have time to cook made waves online. The exchange started when IACP panelists Karen Page and Andrew Dornenburg confessed that even though they're highly visible food writers, they sometimes … [Read more...] about Bullshit, Revisited or Do People Really Not Have Time to Cook?
OK, so this is what you give all the children on your holiday list when you're a cooking teacher who has written a book with the word "knife" in the subject line. It's so perfect that I'm speechless. Here's the official product description: "This set contains eight pieces of … [Read more...] about The Ultimate Gift: How to Cut Up Food Toy
Are the obese the new "black?" (Forgive that politically incorrect phrase). The "Fat Acceptance Movement" is working to bring to light discrimination against the weight-challenged, which a Yale University study found is as prevalent as race or gender discrimination. But unlike … [Read more...] about The Fat Acceptance Movement