David Lebovitz has a great interview with Karen Page and Andrew Dornenburg about their new book. I'll be writing about What To Drink With What You Eat tomorrow.
The first chapter of The Queen of Fats is available here on the author's website. Warning: link is directly to a Microsoft Word document.
Science writer and author Susan Allport will discuss her new book at the Museum of Natural History on October 3. The Queen of Fats: Why Omega-3s Were Removed from the Western Diet and What We Can Do to Replace Them is "a fascinating account of how we have become deficient in a nutrient that is essential for good health: the fatty acids known as omega-3s."
We have just been dodging a bullet for the thousands of years we have luckily gotten away with these crazy death-traps called farms. Augie goes all stream-of-conscious on last week's E. coli and raw milk news and it's worth reading.
Marathoning chefs dish up the perfect meals for race weekend. Patricia Wells, Bobby Flay, and Gordon Ramsay are all running the New York City Marathon on November 5.
The two books mentioned in the Washington Post raw milk article. Nourishing Traditions: The Cookbook that Challenges Politically Correct Nutrition and the Diet Dictocrats by Sally Fallon and Cattle: An Informal Social History by Laurie Winn Carlson.
Raw milk advocates are fighting against what is considered perhaps the greatest advance in food safety in the last 100 years. A positive look at raw milk from the Washington Post Magazine. Thanks Augie!
Amazon sells restaurant gift certificates. Simply print an email and head out the door to eat.
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The Onion has a food section in its print editions. No sign of it online that I could see. I'm going to pick up a copy today and investigate this.