For The Love of Food

by | Jul 31, 2009
For The Love of Food

For The Love of Food

Welcome to Friday’s For The Love of Food, Summer Tomato’s weekly link roundup.

It was an exciting week here at Summer Tomato, including an enlightening interview with food critic Michael Bauer that led to Summer Tomato mentions in both the New York Times and the San Francisco Chronicle. Wednesday was also the anniversary of my very first blog post at my old Thought for Food blog. What a difference a year can make!

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For The Love of Food

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3 Responses to “For The Love of Food”

  1. Great links as always Darya – thanks for sharing!

  2. Scott says:

    Great link list Darya! I of course would love to see you do a post about the organic food article. Its sad that normal citizens like you and M. Pollan have to be watchdogs for these giant industries. You’d think out government would be doing that…..

  3. Hi Darya,

    Your cousin Amber just told me about your blog after finding out I was a nutritionist, and she’s right, it’s great. I would love to read your “thorough review” of the Reuter’s article about organic food vs. conventional. I agree that farms that have more diversity tend to have much healthier soil. I also imagine the diverse farms rotate crops, use ground covering to retain soil and allow for fallow periods. And since all these things take loads more time and physical labor, they can cost more – but well worth it. Tastes better AND contains more nutrients!

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