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“So many people are doing it for so many good reasons,” says Alice Waters, food activist and owner of Berkeley's Chez Panisse restaurant. “It's political. It's environmental. And it's essential to the health of our children and to the future of our planet.” From suburban backyards to city community gardens, ...

Daniele De Michele, better known by his stage name Don Pasta, is a modern day renaissance man. This chef, DJ, author, expert and activist of traditional Italian cuisine and practices, among other things, is bringing his performance experience to ASU. Don Pasta will prepare one of his recipes, and ...
JOHN KARSTEN MORAN/NYT Mashed potatoes and braised duck meat, gravy and vegetables for a shepherd's pie, in New York, Jan. 15, 2018. The recipe is adapted from Darina Allen, a chef, educator and food activist who has been called the Julia Child of Ireland. (Karsten Moran/The New York Times).
The modern food industry is one of the most complexly interconnected systems in the world. After all, everyone has to eat. In America, food connects to much beyond its production, harvest, processing and distribution — there's the economy, the environment and political and cultural influences. So how do ...
The goal of this column, Menu for Change, about healthy eating and activity, is to teach you to become a food activist not a factivist. It is time to act not just ... Her solution is educating children and adults to become food activists and get involved in fighting to become healthier. This column will appear from ...
LAWRENCE — On Wednesday, March 14, the Lawrence and University of Kansas communities will have a chance to come together to learn about two people whose lives and work have affected the way that the world thinks about food production. The first film features Wendell Berry and will begin at 5:30 ...
In "'Organic food' can still bedevil your health", (Opinion, March 2), Anchalee Kongrut writes about the annoying dilemmas consumers of organic food face. For many years we have promoted "organic food for all". In fact the costs of organic food are less than chemically treated products. But there are various ...
Six panelists, brought in by the Institute for the Study of Culture and Society at Bowling Green State University, presented a discussion called "Sustainability, Sustenance, and Stewardship: Food Activists in NW Ohio" in an effort to "generate conversations about who has access to land and for what purpose, ...
Winne is not the first to voice this critique—food activist Chef Tom Colicchio has recently expressed a similar concern. But Winne has spent the last two years researching and writing about the causes of this collective underachievement and also identifying potential solutions. Among those solutions, which ...



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