So Meg at megnut is throwing up her hands and isn’t going to worry anymore about what she eats while at Salon, Barry Glassner talks to Tracie McMillan about the religious and sociological roots of America’s strange and inconsistent anxiety about food.
Meanwhile, at the LA Times, Alain Passard comes to America to cook with his fellow chef/gardener David Kinch at Manresa and notes that “If I didn’t have my gardens, I would no longer love to cook.”
Seems to me the only thing to do is to join Meg, and simply start following Michael Pollan’s key points about food, beginning with key point number one: “Eat food. Not too much. Mostly plants.”