For The Love of food

by | Feb 19, 2010
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.

There were an unusual number of thoughtful articles published this week. To start, read up on the important legislation that was passed for organic dairy production (yippie!). There is also some bad news about bagged salad greens you should be aware of, along with some valuable info on choosing a CSA if, per chance, the salad story makes you want to opt out of the industrial food chain (if it didn’t, check out the salmonella pepper article).

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).

Links of the week

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What inspired you to eat well this week?

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3 Responses to “For The Love of food”

  1. Eleanor says:

    I totally agree with you on “How to Stock a Healthy Kitchen.” These people are still clinging to the outdated belief that it doesn’t matter how many nasty chemicals are in your food, as long as it’s fat free. How long is it going to take for us to snap out of this mindset?

  2. Alan Aragon says:

    Thanks for the link to my article, Darya 🙂

    Very cool site you’ve got here. It looks delicious.

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