Monthly June, 2011

Starstruck! Cooking for Sexy Celebrities

As a fan of the Stephanie Miller Show, a political comedy radio show, I was excited when I heard that she and her collaborators, Hal Sparks and John Fugelsang, were bringing their Sexy Liberal Show to Minneapolis. I have been a long-time listener and a fan, and follow the many careers and tweets of all

Austin, Weird and Wonderful with IACP

One of the best things about writing cookbooks is that I belong to a unique community of food professionals. We food writers can lead a strangely solitary existence, staying home to test recipes and type, or indulge in the unnatural act of photographing our food so that we can post about it. Seriously, think about

Support NRDC’s Lawsuit: Ban Antibiotics in Animal Feed

On May 25th, The Natural Resources Defense Council, along with Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI), Food Animal Concerns Trust (FACT), Public Citizen, and Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS) filed a lawsuit against the FDA.  That might sound extreme, but it’s really been a long time coming. The Food and Drug Administration has