HandPicks for March 31st
A smattering of our favorite food stories from the week (that don't involve Pink Slime). We laughed, we cried… we got hungry.
- Yes, it's already as played out as tweeting your meal, but we're still humming along to American Hipster & The Key of Awesome's "Eat It Don't Tweet It" (via SeriousEats.com)
- Folks in the Bay Area are snacking on some creepy crawlies – are bugs gonna be the next big thing? (via SFGate.com)
- The Quaker Oats man got a makeover. He's lost a few pounds, lost a few years and gained some shoulders. (via WallStreetJournal.com)
- The Food Network and The Cooking Channel have announced their programming for 2012, including a new documentary about childhood hunger in America. (via Eater.com)
- A simple, tasty recipe for Peas with Orange and Mint – just the thing for spring holidays or any weeknight meal. (via Saveur.com)
With his new book, Forrest Pritchard tells the stories of 18 farms from all across America.
Forrest Pritchard and Smith Meadows are prime examples of sustainable family farming.
Jonathan Waxman shares his food philosophy with Slow Films.
A group of star chefs play with fire for a good cause.
Hearty Roots CSA, a Hudson Valley farm with deep roots, is succeeding by using the CSA model.