Wednesday, December 01, 2004

Food for Thought: Index

Eating well shouldn't be divorced from living well and sustainably... and memories of foods past can shape the future.

Food for Thought (2/23/05)
Mixed Feelings on Mixed Greens (3/3/05)
Every Good Boy Deserves Fudge (3/15/05)
Think Globally, Eat Locally (3/31/05)
Memories of the CIA (4/8/05)
How Does Your Garden Grow? (4/13/05)
Empty No More (4/14/05)
Getting to the Point (5/23/05)
Setting the Table (5/27/05)
The Challenge (6/3/05)
You Sweet Talker (6/5/05)
To Read, Perchance to Eat (6/14/05)
From Tiny Seeds (7/8/05)
Get It While It's Hot? (7/13/05)
Please Don't Teas (7/18/05)
Bistro Lunch (7/21/05)
The Choices We Make (7/27/05)
Happiness Is... (7/29/05)
Soup and Salad (8/12/05)
Eat Like You Live Here (8/13/05)
Ideas That Grow on You (8/14/05)
Have You Hugged a Farmer Today? (8/27/05)
Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is (8/31/05)
Subsidize Me! (9/2/05)
Letting Things Simmer (9/14/05)
In Season (9/15/05)
End-of-Season Berry (9/16/05)
An Organic Experience (9/16/05)
Eat Locally... Globally! (9/20/05)
Dollars and Sense (9/24/05)
Harvest Festival (10/1/05)
Canned Applause (10/6/05)
Who Grew? (10/19/05)
Truth in Advertising (11/1/05)
Let the Feast Begin (11/22/05)
The Year in Food (12/3/05)
Eat Your Veggies (If You Can Get 'Em) (12/6/05)
Headin' Out to the Foodshed (12/8/05)
Where's My Dinner (From)? (1/3/06)
The Natives Are Restless (1/7/06)
Local Values (1/12/06)
Expanding Horizons by Eating Locally (1/26/06)
Harvest for Hope (2/11/06)
Stories and Food (3/10/06)
What Will Feed the World? (3/22/06)
Catch Up (3/31/06)
Unsettling Thoughts (4/6/06)
A New Look at Organics (5/31/06)
Who's Hungry? (6/15/06)
They Can't Take That Away From Me (6/18/06)
Powering Down (6/23/06)
Got Grub? (7/9/06)
Inspiration for Living Local (7/18/06)
What Are You Eating? (8/22/06)
Farm Team (8/31/06)
Chard Times at the Market (9/9/06)
Market Go Round (9/17/06)
And a Child Shall Lead Them (9/25/06)
Oh, For the Love of Food! (11/16/06)
A Dilly of a Dilemma (11/30/06)
The Terrible Twos (12/3/06)
American Gourmet (12/20/06)
Catch Up (1/19/07)
Feeling Seedy (1/25/07)
Love Your Lunch Ladies! (2/6/07)
Need Time to Process This? (2/21/07)
Pet Peeves (3/27/07)
There's No Accounting for Taste (3/27/07)
Warming Up (4/14/07)
And Now in More Local News... (4/19/07)
Penny-Wise Eat Local Challenge (4/23-29/07)
- Day 1 - Day 2 - Day 3 - Day 4 - Day 5 - Day 6 - Day 7
Where There's a Bill, There's a Way (5/5/07)
On Your Market, Get Set... (5/27/07)
Meet Market (6/23/07)
Shop Talk (6/30/07)
I've Got That Linking Feeling... (7/6/07)
It's About Time. Or Is It? (7/6/07)
Cherry Busy (7/16/07)
Left Behind But Not Leftover (7/20/07)
Eating is Fundamental (7/25/07)
I Link, Therefore I Am (7/27/07)
Simple Pleasures (7/28/07)
Food Miles from Home (8/7/07)
Seeing Red (8/12/07)
Loco for Local (8/27/07)
Peaching to the Choir (8/29/07)
Outstanding in His Fields (9/10/07)
Slow Me the Way (10/24/07)
Breakfast Links (10/31/07)
Sometimes a Sandwich Is Just a Sandwich (11/7/07)
Balancing Act (11/20/07)
Dishing Up History (12/2/07)
Still Pun After All These Years (12/3/07)
It's a Giving... (12/10/07)
Food Rest Ye Merry, Gentle Friends (12/19/07)
The Queen of Cleanup (12/29/07)
Shell Game (12/30/07)
Knife Lessons (1/6/08)
Hey, Big Spender! (1/10/08)
Kale-ifornia Dreaming (1/16/08)
Can You Dig It? (1/22/08)
Gardening is School (1/24/08)
Link Good Thoughts... (2/10/08)
Sitting on Defense (2/13/08)
A Berry Good Read (3/7/08)
Many Hands Make Light Work (4/8/08)
Farm and Away (4/12/08)

If you're looking for some of the books mentioned here, check this list (by title):

Animal, Vegetable, Miracle by Barbara Kingsolver
The Art of the Commonplace by Wendell Berry
The Baker's Apprentice by Judith Ryan Hendricks
Betty Crocker International Cookbook
Betty Crocker's Cookbook
Blithe Tomato by Mike Madison
Chocolate: A Bittersweet Saga of Dark and Light by Mort Rosenblum
Coming Home to Eat by Gary Paul Nabham
Deep Economy by Bill McKibben
Diet For a Dead Planet by Christopher D. Cook
(part 1 on organic vs. local; part 2 on subsidies)
Eat Here by Brian Halweil
Eat My Words by Janet Theophano
Fields of Plenty: A Farmer's Journey in Search of Real Food and the People Who Grow It by Michael Ableman
Finding Betty Crocker by Susan Marks
Finding God in the Singing River by Mark I. Wallace
Grub: Ideas for an Urban Organic Kitchen by Anna Lappé and Bryant Terry
Harvest for Hope: A Guide to Mindful Eating by Jane Goodall (with Gary McAvoy and Gail Hudson)
In Defense of Food: An Eater's Manifesto by Michael Pollan
In the Devil's Garden: A Sinful History of Forbidden Food by Stewart Lee Allen
Ishmael by Daniel Quinn
The King Arthur Flour Baker's Companion
King Arthur Flour Whole Grain Baking
The Language of Baklava: A Memoir by Diana Abu-Jaber
Local Flavors: Cooking and Eating from America's Farmers' Markets by Deborah Madison
Lunch Lessons by Ann Cooper and Lisa M. Holmes
My Life in France by Julia Child with Alex Prud'homme
Nourishing Wisdom: A New Understanding of Eating by Marc David
The Omnivore's Dilemma by Michael Pollan
Organic, Inc. : Natural Foods and How They Grew by Samuel Fromartz
Plenty: One Man, One Woman, and a Raucous Year of Eating Locally by Alisa Smith and J. B. MacKinnon
Silk Road Cooking
Simply in Season by Mary Beth Lind and Cathleen Hockman-Wert
Sinfully Vegan
Slow Food Nation: Why Our Food Should Be Good, Clean, and Fair by Carlo Petrini
The Tassajara Bread Book by Edward Espe Brown
This Organic Life by Joan Dye Gussow
The United States of Arugula by David Kamp
The Unsettling of America: Culture and Agriculture by Wendell Berry (also reviewed at The Ethicurean)
What Einstein Told His Cook by Robert L. Wolke
What to Eat by Marion Nestle