A couple articles and posts from the past week...
- The Mass Department of Environmental Protection has proposed a ban on the disposal of food waste by large restaurants, supermarkets, and food service institutions. This means donating it or composting it. This is great public policy in action. It took the audacity of someone to have the idea that this was possible, and then it took the tenacity of that someone, plus a lot of other someones, to get it turned into regulations.
- Who knew Chop Chop was from Watertown? Good press about a local cooking magazine for kids. ( <-- Those were most of my favorite words in one sentence.)
- Weekend Meditation from the Kitchn. How she describes why the kitchen is a place for meditation resonates with me. I try to embody this in this blog. Telling you, yes, some about literally what we cooked, but also what it means in the larger sense about our lives.
- And lastly, beet chips. I swear this is not going to turn into a blog called 1001 ways to eat beets: How I learned to love beets in one CSA season. But I am motivated to try yet another way to make beets. Reading reviews, a few other fellow less-than-beet-lovers said beet chips were delicious. Here's hoping!