February 16th, 2010

Time for Lunch

It’s time for lunch. Or rather, it’s time to reform the school lunch program in this country. On Fat Tuesday, it’s apropos to direct you to my favorite celebrity chef at his recent TED Prize winning speech, wherein he announces that in the 18 minutes it will take for him to deliver said speech, 4 […]

July 4th, 2009

I left my heart in…

…San Francisco. Again. This time it wasn’t the cowboys that captivated me, but the cows. Driving back from Napa en route to the Frisco airport on the last leg of my annual California journey, I rear-ended my rental when I found myself completely awe-stuck and staring out the passenger window at black & white striped […]

June 19th, 2009

Food, Inc.

Celest taught me to believe in box office ratings. She makes the argument that box office profits on opening weekends make a big impact on what sort of films get produced and released, and she spends her movie money accordingly. Obviously, the power of the purse persuades the powerful in Hollywood to make movies audiences […]

11. Best Catering Company Gone Restaurant: The Green Table Located in the Chelsea Markets and associated with The Cleaver Co., this spot seats famously intimate meals with the likes of the Dali Lama and Martin Scorcese. Known for their eye-candy and taste bud-pleasing food that satisfies. They are one of the top three green caterers […]

May 26th, 2009

Interns Are Going Organic

I think this is one of the most exciting articles I’ve read in The Times all year. Kim Severson reports that a record number of college students are applying for summer internships on small farms throughout the country. Taking Michael Pollan’s message to the streets, or to the “soil” as it were, these kids are […]

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