FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD: A major magazine vows to stop fat shaming, mental badassery, and the horrors of the pork industry

by | Aug 5, 2016
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. 

This week a major magazine vows to stop fat shaming, mental badassery, and the horrors of the pork industry.

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4 Responses to “FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD: A major magazine vows to stop fat shaming, mental badassery, and the horrors of the pork industry”

  1. Emily says:

    So glad these roundups (and you) are back! Missed this Friday ritual.

  2. Wendy Laubach says:

    I do love David Chang. We got familiar with him on “Mind of a Chef,” all of whose episodes were worth watching.

    About salads, I don’t understand their bad rap. It’s true that most restaurants serve only the most dispirited versions–same with soup–but a good salad is a wonderful thing, and something I’m happy to make a whole meal on.

  3. Bonnie says:

    I enjoy the variety of articles in the Love of Food posts. So much fun. I’ve only been reading Summer Tomato for a little over a week or two now, but now I’ve noticed more and more how much labels are assigned to certain foods, like salads are healthy but also boring or too much trouble. I’ve been adding vegetables to the meals I cook, including some pretty delicious salads, so I don’t think salads deserve such a bad rap. I made the Summer Quinoa Salad, for instance. It was delicious, filling and fun. I had never had quinoa before. I love love loved it. I’ve been realizing that as for salads, anything goes and so far it’s all delicious. I think an open mind is the best dressing.

  4. Amar Kumar says:

    Thanks Darya Rose, Your links are very informative. I loved your article.

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