My soon-to-be-released book American Foodie: Taste, Art, and the Cultural Revolution makes the case that the food revolution in the U.S. is broad and deep
My Three Quarks essay is up providing a defense of eating meat and a critique of Peter Singer’s well-known arguments for vegetarianism.
Earlier in the week, Grist’s food writer Nathaniel Johnson published an article in which he claims philosophers have failed to even take up, let alone
I respect people who for moral reasons decline to eat meat. But many vegetarians assume that eating vegetables produces no animal pain or death and
I’m all in favor eating local foods when possible, but I continue to be unimpressed with arguments that we could replace our industrial food supply with
I am swamped with student papers to grade this week so blogging will be light. But here are a couple of interesting and useful articles