Craigie Street Bistrot on U.S. Corn


Michael Pollan’s book, The Omnivore’s Dilemma, has made a real impact with a lot of people. If you’ve been reading this blog lately, you’ll know his writing and research has changed the way I eat and shop. Coming across others that have been “infected” by the fever on conscious, political eating is not only refreshing–it’s reassuring.

My friends over at the Cambridge Massachusetts restaurant, Craigie Street Bistrot continue to blow me away with their active commitment to making delicious food that’s good for the local economy, good for the local farmers and is environmentally conscious of its carbon foot print.

If you’re too busy to read Pollan’s book, you might be interested in reading this great essay on corn I found on the Craigie Street Bistrot blog.

Craigie Street Bistrot: U.S. Corn

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Brooke Burton is an Los Angeles-based restaurant professional and hospitality expert. She is a freelance food writer, speaker, and co-author of The Food Blog Code of Ethics.

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