Friday Buffet

Sometimes the best intentions–as in bringing food to those who’ve recently lost a loved one–can lead to waste.¬†An interesting look at a specific instance of culturally-driven food waste.

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America’s Second Harvest is having a tough time. That’s not good news, as food banks are going to have more and more customers as the stock market searches for the bottom.photo by amrufm (via Creative Commons)

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Even though I don’t understand all of it (“sapu?”), I found this post a telling comment on excessive American restaurant portions. (And I don’t think the issue is specific to Tony Roma’s.)

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Videos from Slow Food Nation talks are now online. If you have an hour to spare, check out “Slow Food Nation Closing” to watch sustainable food royalty chat it up.

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Belinda at Simply Suburbia is doing a Food Waste Challenge. In trying to avoid food waste, she’s finding more obstacles than she’d imagined. Dang kids!

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