CBS News Interviews journalist Michael Pollan, along with Food Inc. producer and director, Robert Kenner. Watch CBS Videos Online Tomatoes that don’t taste like a tomato (but hey, they also don’t bruise), cloned animal meats (really?), and a look behind the curtain of food production in America; this film presents a grim view inside our […]
Going whole hog for world champion BBQer Mike Davis is an every day experience. A cancer survivor, Davis has made barbecue not only his life’s passion, he has made it into a highly successful career.
Two friends form a close bond through their mutual food preservation efforts.
The state of the ocean’s health, its marked decline is harder to notice from the surface of the water, or from land. This masks the serious problems that plague our oceans, and delays corrective actions from being taken.
Alison Barratt, from the Monterey Bay Aquarium’s Seafood Watch program discusses the health of the oceans, and their declining ecosystem.
Learn about the Monterey Aquarium’s Seafood Watch program which helps educate the public about sustainable seafood.
In part 3 of Kitchen Literacy, Ann Vileisis talks about the need to start making connections between our consumption of food, and all the interrelated social, health, and environmental consequences that occur. Agricultural pollution is the single largest non-point source of water pollution (effecting rivers, streams, and wetland areas) in the United States. In her […]
Jon Bansen believes that since he converted his farm over to being organic and sustainable, he’s becomes a much better farmer.
Related Post: Organic Dairyman- Part 2: The Farmer Jon Bansen believes that since he converted his farm over to being organic and sustainable, he’s becomes a much better farmer, and built a better business. In this story, there may be important lessons for both farmers and the American Public. Ingredients 12 eggs hard boiled, then […]