Tag Archives: food culture

Using Food to Change the Thanksgiving Narrative

Using food as a vehicle for acknowledging the truth about Thanksgiving.

Hot Dog Pizza and Hot Dog Filled Hamburgers: Novelty Foods are the New Normal

Novelty foods aren’t novel anymore, they’re just normal food. And that’s scary.

How Much Can Writing And Talking About Food Really Change Food Culture?

When it comes to talking and writing about what we eat, how much power do we really have to change the food culture?

When Did Eating Become a Task? The Argument for Slowing Down

When you eat, is it just another task, or something you make time to enjoy?

Is Technology Killing Our Relationship to Real Food?

Good food doesn’t have to be complicated, but it does have to be conscious.

Is ‘Artisan’ the Greenwashing of the Food Movement?

“Artisan” isn’t just a buzzword, it’s an attachment to a lifestyle that was once the norm, but today has nearly been lost.

The French Connection: An Obsession With Food Culture

Why are we so obsessed with French food culture?