Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Nourishing conversations

If you're reading this, chances are you're interested in food. I am thankful to have this blog as my outlet to talk about food. For others, a conversation with a friend over what to make for dinner is sufficient enough. Some write books, some blog, some advocate. But whatever medium people talk about food through, the bigger point is that they are talking in the first place. They share ideas and have meaningful conversations in order to better their understanding of food and the world we eat in.

The Public Conversation Project works to provide structured, interpersonal dialogues in order to address conflicts and relate ideas to one another. They recently held a dialogue on Food Politics, which was very well received. If you're at all interested in food, you should check it out. They're doing a great thing.

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