Virginia Sole-Smith Wants Us To Drop The Guilt Over Family Dinner: Sole-Smith has made it her work to help parents to interrogate their body hangups and relax their perfectionism around eating. This year, more than ever, we need to hear it. by SARA B. FRANKLIN
Better eats Nick Whitaker: The kitchen of 2020 looks mostly the same as that of 1960. But what we do in it has changed dramatically, almost entirely for the better—due to a culture of culinary innovation.
Scorn and Fetishization of Food: Gender Norms, Bacon (mmm… bacon), and Pumpkin Spice Lattes (like, yum!) An older post on the blog that always starts to heat up on the stats page at this time of year.
from the same year, Introducing Pumpkin Spice Day, Our New Favorite Meme-Busting, Feminist Holiday.
And this year, Feminist Philosophy Quarterly ( a journal I helped found and co-edited for a few years) published a special issue on Feminism and Food. This collection of anonymously peer-reviewed articles is the result of the call for papers inspired by the 2019 meeting of the Canadian Society for Women in Philosophy hosted by the University of Guelph, on the topic of feminism and food.
Did you know there was a feminist food club? I didn’t either. I don’t know if this yummy looking banana and blueberry French toast is particularly feminist but I might make some this week for #FrenchToastFriday.