For The Love of Food

by | Oct 9, 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.

I had a hard time narrowing down articles this week with the New York Times Magazine Food Issue so full of deliciousness. Meat and food safety seem to be on everyone’s mind, and that’s a good thing. Definitely read up if you don’t know what I’m talking about. Also, Michael Pollan’s rules to eat by is worth flipping through, and a new chapter of Good Calories, Bad Calories has been unveiled.

Summer Tomato reader and famous dead head, David Gans, sent me his CD this week titled The Ones That Look The Weirdest Taste The Best. Vegetables of course! Track 6 is about a trip to the farmers market near his home. You can also check out his photos of odd looking vegetables on Flickr. I love this CD and David kind of reminds me of my rockstar hippie dad, which  makes me smile. Thanks David!

I read many more wonderful articles than I post here each week. If you’d like to see more or just don’t want to wait until Friday, be sure to follow me on Twitter (@summertomato) or the Summer Tomato Facebook fan page. For complete reading lists join me on the social bookmarking sites StumbleUpon and Delicious. I’m very active on all these sites and would love to connect with you there. (Note: If you want a follow back on Twitter introduce yourself with an @ message).

For The Love of Food

What are you reading?

Tags: , , , , , , , ,
Subscribe to our newsletter
Sign up today and get a free chapter from my book FOODIST!

3 Responses to “For The Love of Food”

  1. Hello Darya,

    Thank you so much for linking to 5 Ways to Get out of a Food Rut on the Foodista.com blog. We appreciate the link love!

  2. Trung says:

    Whoa, I totally have a friend that suffers from gout attacks almost every other week. More than coincidentally I guess (according to the except), he drinks a lot of soda when he goes out to eat on the weekend before (all the while trying to stay away from meat).
    Suffice it to say, I’ll be forwarding that article to him.
    Thanks!

What do you think?

XHTML: You can use these basic html tags such as <a>, <b> and <i>.

Want a picture next to your comment? Click here to register your email address for a Gravatar you can use on most websites.