May 1, 2017

I received an email from a reader a while back asking me to address a headline that has exploded into the media overnight: that processed and red meats have been definitively linked to cancer. Trusted news sites such as BBC and The Guardian have flooded media channels with news that the World H...

March 1, 2017

Unfortunately, the world has taught us that carbs are inherently bad. I thought this until my 20’s as well, avoiding pasta like the plague and feeling the onset of guilt before that first bite of pizza hit my taste buds. We have been taught that carbs make you fat; that bread makes you bloat and any...

January 1, 2017

Hunting is a controversial topic for many consumers in our food system no matter what country they call home. The hunters I associate with in the U.S. practice their trade with an exceptional degree of morality and respect for the animal lives they take to feed their families. Since hunting and fish...

December 1, 2016

Alcohol consumption in the U.S. has a wide spectrum of implications for different sectors of the population. It has the power to flavor culinary dishes, supplement a traditional toast for celebrations, and provide a light-hearted warmth to social situations. However for the more than 70% of U.S. adu...

November 1, 2016

Three words: Bread. Speck. Cheese. During my two weeks

touring the Sud Tirol region of Northern Italy this past month, these three items were the highlight of every meal, every day of the week. Raw mountain cheese was found incorporated into a variety of warm dishes and cold plates. Speck, a famous...

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