An Apology (With a Side of Link Salad)

Dear Readers,

Many of you have checked in to ask where I’ve been. I’m sorry for the long drought in posting; I’m afraid my offline life has gotten in the way. I’ve been swamped at work and am keeping long hours right now; combined with health issues and the total disintegration of our ISP, it’s been rough just keeping up with daily life.

Posting will be light for a while, but the Real Potato is very much alive and will be back in gear soon. Posts are in the works, on topics such as a trip to the nutritionist, homemade egg salad even a mayo-hater can love, old-fashioned food preservation techniques for a newly depressed economy, and some love for the new/old Philadelphia Brewing Co.

In the meantime, here’s a fresh, tasty bowl of link salad!

Chris Williams analyzes the UN conference on the food crisis at Socialist Worker; Sam Urquhart does the same over at MRZine.

The Independent investigates how multinational corporations are profiteering during the food crisis.

This time it’s tomatoes: Gourmet examines the latest food recall. Marion Nestle replies.

Shapely Prose has a rollicking debate about Japan’s new program to pressure and shame workers into losing weight by any means necessary.

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