I used to pat myself on the back (a lot) for being a man who did the grocery shopping, cleaned the kitchen, and cooked for his wife every day. I did this for more than a decade. (We’ve been married 13 years.) I thought I was a hip, equality-minded dude. But I was wrong for […]
Michael Pollan at Yale. Image courtesy of Ragesoss on Wikimedia. Hey, Folks. I’ve got to get home to make dinner, so I’m going to try to keep this quick. I’ve been going back over Michael Pollan’s oeuvre lately. I’ve been following him since Botany of Desire. I’ve followed the Michael Pollan imitators and the Michael […]
At the same time it was engaged in an anti-obesity campaign, the USDA was also helping Domino’s Pizza develop a new line of pizzas with 40% more cheese so that it could sell back to consumers the surplus milkfat that resulted in American’s shift toward reduced fat milk. Enough consumers, purchasing as individuals at the grocery store, made “healthy choices” about milk that it shifted the dairy landscape. The USDA responded by putting the milkfat back into splurge foods like pizza. Buy whole milk and diligently make homemade food every night or buy skim milk and get a pizza on a Friday night. Either way, the dairy industry will get your money and cram milkfat down your cheese hole.
Hey, folks. We’re not trying to get rich around here. (Although we wouldn’t complain if we did.) It would be nice to break even though. So in order to make that a possibility, we have created some pretty amazing T-shirts. Actually, artist Rob Mack created the design, Outhouse Designs printed the shirts, and District Clothing […]
“When I was approached to write about my experience as a craft chocolate maker, it was suggested that since I had a B.A. in Religious Studues, ‘spirituality and chocolate’ might be a relevant approach. Yet, though I knew that there were plenty of real world cases where chocolate and religion converged, I was unenthusiastic about the topic.”
As is evidenced by the quotes within quotes, the notion that sex and food are linked is common, from the realm of pop cultural diet trends to the realm of high theory. But as the last line suggests, it’s not just sex-as-in-intercourse or sex-as-pleasure but also sex-as-in-identity that is at stake.