I really enjoyed reading The New York Times Magazine's "The FOOD Issue".
How the Food revolution - from farm to table - is really about seeding and savoring communities.
Village Organizer- THE CATCH
How one determined writer put a Maine Island on the Map - not only for its seafood, but also for
the people who catch it.
Communal Table - THE 36-HOUR DINNER PARTY
One fire, many cooks.
Collaborative Consumption - THE COW- MUNITY
When sharing a steer with friends, you've got to be open to the heart.
Pop-up community center - PIE+DESIGN=CHANGE
Food can bring people together, but can it heal one of the poorest couties in Alabama?
Shared Plates- KEEPING IT KOSHER
Hasids, West Indians, hipsters and pizza. One Brooklyn restaurant thinks it's the perfect recipe.
Portfolio - FOOD GROUPS
The D.I.Y. movement has never tasted (or looked better). As these participants in the Eat Real Festival in Oaklan, Cali can attest, all you need is a Mason jar, your friends and a very sharp knife.