Eat Your Words!
Michael Pollan says that cooking is a political act. But how do politics really interact with the food that winds up on your plate? This blog will explore a buffet of topics at the intersection of food and politics. Expect posts on the state of migrant labour in Canada, the idea of ethnic authenticity and where the local food movement is now. [i]Bon appétit![/i]
|Blog - Eat Your Words! May 8 Christina Turner | The wine and fruit industries in B.C. now rely on the SAWP. What needs to change?|
|Blog - Eat Your Words! April 18 Christina Turner | Conflict Kitchen is a Pittsburgh restaurant that only serves food from countries that the U.S. is in conflict with.|
|Blog - Eat Your Words! April 10 Christina Turner | Urban farmers are growing food in Canadian city centres. Can urban agriculture help fix our food system?|
|Blog - Eat Your Words! April 3 Christina Turner | Fermented cabbage can't change the world. Or can it?|
|Blog - Eat Your Words! March 31 Christina Turner | This new blog will explore the relationship between politics and food.|