The dark side of fresh vegetables.
John Mariani, specifically.
With the anti-foodie, anti-locavore voice growing louder, a debate between a pioneer and a doubter.
The locavore backlash, plus P&H Soda and the Red Hook Winery.
Plus, she has more to say about Brooklyn and Sam Sifton.
And just how hands-on can a chef get with a farmer's crops?
Plus: the proliferation of the Bloody Mary, and a dinner club for adventurous eaters, in our daily news roundup.
The Modular Harvest System brings the abbatoir to farmers' doors.
There's lots of livestock, but not many abattoirs.
They've "set the stage for the worst local tomato harvest in memory," he writes.
Also in the magazine this week: A little owl alum branches out, and a new ice-cream cart.
The "Edible Garden" exhibition thrives all summer.
How many backyard gardens yield 150 pounds of lettuce?
The authors of 'Clean Plates: A Guide to the Healthiest, Tastiest Restaurants in Manhattan' defend their picks.
A so-called food revolution has begun, but it faces some obstacles.