Food


A Comical Approach to Food Politics

by Katherine Jennings

Interview with the author of Eat Drink Vote: An Illustrated Guide to Food Politics


Organic Living at the Gardens of Eagan

By Atina Diffley

Atina Diffley—an innovator of organic living—surveys the aftermath when a violent hail storm hits the Gardens of Eagen.


Cupcake Shops Don’t Serve Breakfast

By G. Robert Ogilvy, from Medium

The hearty American breakfast, defining as it may be, is under threat by health enthusiasts, continental Europeans, and cupcake shops. Forthwith, a necessary manifesto.


Meatpaper Will Be Missed

by Utne Reader staff

For the last seven years, fans of both great writing and meat have been equally entertained and enlightened by the California-based quarterly magazine Meatpaper, which has just printed its last issue.


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Junk Food and the Myth of Choice

by Suzanne Lindgren

Corporations are pushing fast and processed foods, but our nation’s health still stands a chance.



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