In Print: Clips from Food Sections

ph20090106023265. – The Boston Globe The Equation for a New You “Not willpower, but “habit change” is the new key to weight loss. After all, a little effort goes a long way.”

4. – The Chicago Tribune Putting Flavor Back Into Pork “One could say pork’s gotten a bit of a bad rep in the past decade. That’s unless you count pork belly, which has caused a culinary stir. But take your typical pork chop: Cook it slightly too long, and your “other white meat” suddenly becomes the “other gray meat,” a dry, tough mess that’s now your dinner.”

3. – The LA Times Grown-up Lunches that Pack a Punch “Just because the expense-account lunch is largely a thing of the past doesn’t mean that you can’t still enjoy the meal, even celebrate it. Instead of depending on the kindness of menus, use a little homespun imagination. Thinking outside the lunch box is probably the best way of getting anything good inside it.”

2. – The NY Times Fresh Start for a New Year? Let’s Begin in the Kitchen “…if your goal is to cook and cook quickly, to get a satisfying and enjoyable variety of real food on the table as often as possible, a well-stocked pantry and fridge can sustain you. Replenished weekly or even less frequently, with an occasional stop for fresh vegetables, meat, fish and dairy, they are the core supply houses for the home cook.”

1. – The Washington Post On the Road for Change “Daniel Bowman Simon and Casey Gustowarow didn’t really have a plan when they set off on a cross-country drive in a topsy-turvy school bus with herbs, greens and root vegetables planted on the roof. But they didn’t think they needed one. Their cause seemed so pure, so obviously righteous: to persuade the next president of the United States to grow food on the White House lawn.”

photo from The Washington Post

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