Happy Friday! Here’s a round-up of interesting stuff for you to read while bellying up to the crawfish table, raising the third glass in your wine flight, or camping out to see the big Kid Rock show:
“Food Trucks Rolling Into (Dallas) Arts District,” Julie Tam, MSN.com.
“Is Walmart our best hope for food policy reform?,” Tom Philpott, April 29, 2011, Grist.org.
“Coca-Cola adds BPA to list of ways it doesn’t care about your health,” Christopher Mims, April 29, 2011, Grist.org.
“Taco Bell may sue Alabama law firm over dropped beef case,” Fox News, April 26, 2011, NYPost.com.
“Give a cluck: Ask Umbra on secret backyard chickens,” Ask Umbra, April 28, 2011, Grist.org.
“Students fight to save innovative garden-based public school in Detroit,” Tom Philpott, April 26, 2011, Grist.org.
“The Latest Food Marketing Trend: Fake Authenticity,” Jane Black, April 25, 2011, TheAtlantic.com.
“Nourish launches video encyclopedia,” April 25, 2011, SlowFoodUSA.org.
“Why Is Damning New Evidence About Monsanto’s Most Widely Used Herbicide Being Silenced?,” Jill Richardson, April 25, 2011, Alternet.org.
“James Lewis Set to Open Restaurant Butcher Shop Vittoria Macelleria,” Jason Horn, April 20, 2011, MagicCityPost.com.