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Breakfast in Context: A Small Reflection on Why I Blog

When I started the project of this blog, I wanted to document what I was cooking and thinking, and often how the two related to each other.   211 more words

Food Politics

A Pebble in the Pond: People Need Nature report on opportunities for farming, food & nature after Brexit.

I’m delighted to be able to tell you about this new report which is published today. It’s the first People Need Nature policy report – A Pebble in the Pond: Opportunities for farming, food and nature after Brexit. 502 more words

Common Agricultural Policy

Kitchen-Counter-Culture reblogged this on Kitchen Counter Culture and commented:

New Year's Resolution to experience and express gratitude-- I'm grateful to people who work really hard on the issues I deeply care about.  Miles King is one of them. Here's what he says about Brexit opportunities.

Dinner Thoughts: Thoughts around but beyond food

Malabar has been witness to cultural transactions of diverse order. It has seen the Arab, the Dutch, the Portuguese and the British giving and taking a lot. 71 more words

Review: Sorting the Beef from the Bull

Sorting the Beef from the Bull. The Science of Food Fraud Forensics.  Richard Evershed and Nicola Temple. Bloomsbury, 2016.

Ellen Messer (Tufts University)

Evershed, Richard and Nicola Temple (2016) Sorting the Beef from the Bull. 773 more words

Anthropology

Savoring Syria: A Fantastic Website

Everyday, day in and day out, people land on this blog having searched the phrase “What do Syrian Refugees Eat?” This is a bit puzzling to me, because I’ve barely posted on this topic at all, only occasionally to fundraise for… 131 more words

Food Politics

Local-obssessed foodies love farming in theory moreso than practice

A few years ago, as the co-owner of a direct-market vegetable farm, my life revolved around harvests and freeze dates, farmers’ market sales and enrollment numbers for our Community Supported Agriculture program. 1,002 more words

Do you have something to say about hydrogenated fats in food products in Canada? Have your say.

I love conversations that surround government food and health policies. You see, government policies influence a lot of what we find in our food environments so if food quality, access, affordability matter to you please be involved. 367 more words

Health Canada