It's been a long time since I've written so my apologies. I am working on a new project which I am hoping will be soft launched by January - when you are as terrible with technology as I am it's slow and frustrating work. But I thought I owed you all some updates. This summer I was sent an email about a recipe contest being held by a local pottery studio and shop. I've long admired Clay Design on Harbord Street here in Toronto. They are the perfect place to pick up a gorgeous platter or bowl as a wedding gift and if you'd like to try your hand at throwing pots they offer a slew of classes.
Apparently broccoli has a public relations problem. Last week I read a great piece from the New York Times magazine about broccoli's extreme makeover at the hands of Madison Avenue agency Victors & Spoils. A far cry from their usual clients like Coca-Cola, Quiznos and General Mills the agency was challenged by the Times and various growers and marketers of produce to see if they could come up with a campaign to encourage Americans to eat better.