Nice coverage in Grist
Grist’s food journalist, Nathanael Johnson explores whether the fact that my essay in The Globe and Mail, about why we should put our kids to work making dinner, was cheered on by so many people means that we’ve reached a cultural turning point in North America. Are we ready to start from scratch and cook again?
I note that, as of the moment I post this, his article has been shared on Facebook 832 times and tweeted 82. A cultural corner?