50 Women Who Changed The Game of Food

Gourmet Magazine published this list of 50 women who had the greatest influence over food in our culture, from an American perspective. These women elevated cooking to an art form. Click on their names to learn more about each woman’s real contributions to real food. Julia Child Alice Waters Fannie Farmer Martha Stewart M.F.K. Fisher Marcella Hazan […]

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100 Simple Summer Recipes

From Mark Bittman at the New York Times: The pleasures of cooking are sometimes obscured by summer haze and heat, which can cause many of us to turn instead to bad restaurants and worse takeout. But the cook with a little bit of experience has a wealth of quick and easy alternatives at hand. The trouble […]

“Budget, prioritize, and prosper”

We borrowed this wonderful list from Stic of Dead Prez: In the work I do in promoting holistic health and fitness through the RBG FIT CLUB, I have run into the following sentiment more than a few times: “I want to eat healthier but it’s too expensive!”. Many people are interested in ways to upgrade their diet without […]

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8 Smartphone apps for healthy food

This is a truly helpful site, outside of all the dogma infested philosophy. Hot topic I would like to point you to today: 8 free apps for your smartphone. Some are a wee bit boring to me, but the one on additives in food ( don’t eat that ) is my personal front runner. What […]

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How one man saved 450 apple varieties

The voice of a man who saved 450 varieties of apples. Some apples make good pie, others make a great cider, each kind is good for something. Discover four minutes of a juicy story. Saving apples. (Visited 38 times, 1 visits today)

Best short films: The berry picker

Real food media just crowned the best shorts on food. We think the more you know about food, where your local food grows and how to treat it properly, the more you will understand about the place you live in and its beauty. (Visited 52 times, 1 visits today)

The promoted tradition of beef

Interesting history by quartz.com on how beef eating came about to be such a centre piece of our meals. RFP thinks knowledge is power, especially when it comes to why we do what we do. ‘Tis the reason we post this one.       (Visited 26 times, 1 visits today)

Organic food and hunger, how is this going together ?

ON HUNGER AND ORGANIC FOOD How elitist are consumers shopping for organic food when faced with 18 % of the population going hungry at times ? We will soon see ten dollar heirloom salad at grocery stores while millions of individuals live on 40 cent hamburgers and meaty buns produced with 70 ingredients. At the […]