“back to the land”…

as we continue to digest the holiday that was thanksgiving, the new york times published this gorgeous, photo essay by maira kalman, reminding us of the quiet beauty of simple and rustic foods. of plants packed with nutrients. of the beauty of a perfectly cooked egg. of old values and habits that would feed body and soul. of slowing down and reconnecting with the bounty our earth can provide. of subsidies that would ensure access for all to good, natural food (and if you saw “food, inc.”, you know this is a difficult wish).  but in the meantime, get your hands into some soil. slow down and eat slowly. and dream of agricultural democracy…

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