Blog Archives for category Food Talk
I have the great fortune of living in the Maryland/Chesapeake Bay area where we enjoy such an abundance of fresh,… Continue reading »
Just added a link in the Blogroll to the Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Guild. If you haven’t been there and… Continue reading »
For the past few decades, we’ve enjoyed relatively inexpensive fuel and food prices. This has had a major impact on our habits as individuals and a society. In the US, we purchased ever larger gas-guzzling SUVs even as we flocked to the theater to see An Inconvenient Truth. As food consumers, we have become accustom to well-stocked grocery store aisles and produce departments that offer everything from a variety of prepared ethnic foods to exotic fruits and vegetables flown in from around the world.
I’m not sure when it happened, but somewhere along the way it became perfectly reasonable to me that I could… Continue reading »
Over the last few decades, large factory-style farms have been replacing the small family-owned farms in the United States. Why… Continue reading »
It’s (finally) common knowledge: The health of our planet is in serious danger as the result of decades of harmful… Continue reading »