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IN DEFENSE OF FOOD by Michael Pollan comic strip review

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IN DEFENSE OF FOOD by Michael Pollan comic strip review

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"There’s something about the idea of cooking through an entire cookbook that’s very appealing. Like you’re going to culinary school for $30. BuzzFeed asked chefs to pick what cookbooks they’d recommend cooking through and explain why. Michael Pollan, author of Cooked, recommends In The Green Kitchen by Alice Waters among others to help change cooking from an occasional thing into a gratifying routine.”

Find out more about Michael Pollan’s latest book, Cooked: A Natural History of Transformation, here.

the-chew-news:

VIDEO: Catching up With Michael Pollan
Catching Up With Michael Pollan (Watch video)

Who’s that in the middle? It’s Michael Pollan! Watch him talk to Mario Batali about his latest book, COOKED, and the history of cooking on ABC’s The Chew!

the-chew-news:

VIDEO: Catching up With Michael Pollan

Catching Up With Michael Pollan
(Watch video)

Who’s that in the middle? It’s Michael Pollan! Watch him talk to Mario Batali about his latest book, COOKED, and the history of cooking on ABC’s The Chew!

Michael Pollan, Mario Batali, Alice Waters, & Samin Nosrat talk about the benefits of cooking at home.

nprfreshair:

Mr. Food Revolution, Michael Pollan, as a new book out called Cooked: A Natural History of Transformation. He tells Weekend Edition:

[T]here’s something magical that happens when people eat from the same pot. The family meal is really the nursery of democracy. It’s where we learn to share, it’s where we learn to argue without offending. It’s just too critical to let go, as we’ve been so blithely doing.”

Here’s a 2006 interview with Pollan.
Image from Pollan’s Food Rules, illustrated by Maira Kalman via Improvised Life

nprfreshair:

Mr. Food Revolution, Michael Pollan, as a new book out called Cooked: A Natural History of Transformation. He tells Weekend Edition:

[T]here’s something magical that happens when people eat from the same pot. The family meal is really the nursery of democracy. It’s where we learn to share, it’s where we learn to argue without offending. It’s just too critical to let go, as we’ve been so blithely doing.”

Here’s a 2006 interview with Pollan.

Image from Pollan’s Food Rules, illustrated by Maira Kalman via Improvised Life

From Michael Pollan’s new book Cooked

From Michael Pollan’s new book Cooked

From Michael Pollan’s new book Cooked

From Michael Pollan’s new book Cooked