At the conference, chefs cooked for 100 of us using ingredients that were headed for the landfill.
Wine is a good gift from God. Coca-Cola is not. (But is it really that simple?)
McMinn, a sociologist and co-owner of a small farm, presumes a certain level of privilege among her readers: choose heirloom seeds; eat only fair trade chocolate; avoid plastic food containers; and buy eggs “from a local source, if possible, and/or from chickens raised outside eating grass and bugs.” Still, this book is an enticing reflection on the sacramental nature of preparing and eating meals.