Thursday, February 05, 2004

Food
Sorry, I'm busy this week. Can't you figure out for yourself to go to Saute Wednesday, read Bruce's weekly thoughts, then disperse from there to the papers? plus other links, like this:
In the end, much of what passes for food writing remains "lifestyle journalism," says Warren Belasco, a professor of American studies at the University of Maryland-Baltimore County who studies food issues and food media. "I see it as a handmaiden to consumer culture, helping people refine their choices, become more expert as consumers, more discriminating."

What's been sorely lacking, Belasco says, is more incisive coverage of agriculture, "which is the world's largest industry and yet virtually invisible for the most part."

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