Let’s eat.


                             It’s really that simple.

Food tastes better when it’s made with good ingredients.  
Less is more and enough is enough when you eat and enjoy food that offers both substance and sustenance. Eating doesn’t always have to turn into an extravagant foodie feast and, in fact, sometimes the simpler the better.  Let the beauty of the ingredients shine. 
Until good food becomes affordable and accessible for everyone,we’ll always be surrounded with mediocrity and unhealthy choices. But that doesn’t mean we have to buy in to believing we must eat tasteless food that has little nutritional value.  We all need to eat, so let’s figure out how to eat well. Thankfully, the cultural (r)evolution has already begun. 

 Whether you shop at your neighborhood grocer or local farmer’s market, home cooked meals are always a better alternative than fast food  and sugar-packed school lunches. Fresh produce costs less than processed foods, less all of the extraneous packaging.  Most local farmer’s markets now even take food stamps! When we choose to support our local farmers and artisan producers,  more money goes into everyone’s pockets.  And that is a very, very good way to eat good food.