For The Love Of Food

by | May 13, 2011

For The Love of Food

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

Some truly fantastic articles this week including new data that farmers markets aren’t as expensive as you think, how to cut calories with a knife, and one of my favorite go-to recipes ever.

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Links of the week

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4 Responses to “For The Love Of Food”

  1. These are great links – I especially like the one on preserving herbs. I seem to always end up wasting half of what I purchase!

  2. Lizzie says:

    D Boner – I also recommend John Seabrook’s article in this week’s New Yorker ( It’s sort of a profile of PepsiCo’s CEO, Indra Nooyi, and talks about her aspirations of making PC a “Good” company. Interesting woman. I repeatedly thought about you while I was reading it (esp the parts about their “Scientifically advantaged products”, “good for you”/”better for you”/”fun for you” product lines, and drinkable oatmeal)…

    Also: I drove Andy to the airport last year! Great guy.

  3. Great links as always. Favorite is “rethinking saturated fat.” We need more about this, before America low-fats themself to death. But then maybe that will solve the social security problem. (Just kidding).

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