michel nischan

Bill Clinton On Being A Vegan, Soda Ban Defeated (Again)

All the food politics news you need to know
Aug 2, 2013 9:00 am
Clinton

Bloomberg vows to keep fighting for soda ban, NYC doctors now prescribing fruits and vegetables and the Indian government defends use of hazardous pesticides and more after the jump.

Linton Hopkins Says Cheeseburgers Are Not The Enemy

The Atlanta-based Beard winner on better food
Jun 20, 2012 1:01 pm

We shared a breakfast pizza with Linton Hopkins and found out that this Southern chef is THE MAN. Read on for an in-depth conversation with the man behind Atlanta's Eugene and Holeman & Finch, but also a serious activist for good good with some amazing things to say.

Senate Farm Bill Benefits Nutrition

Why groups like Wholesome Wave approve of the bill
May 1, 2012 11:01 am
Sen. Stabenow

Last Thursday, Chairwoman of the Senate Committee on Agriculture, Debbie Stabenow (D-MI), and Ranking Member Pat Roberts (R-KS) unveiled their 900-page revision of the farm bill for the Senate Ag committee’s vote. At least $23 billion in cuts are expected in this year's farm bill and at stake is funding for local food programs, nutrition (like food stamps) and conservation. 

Nischan, Nestle Weigh In On Food Deserts

A Times article spawns a heated debate on obesity
Apr 19, 2012 11:01 am
Grocer

Gina Kolata’s recent article in The New York Times posited that the correlation between food deserts (urban or rural areas that lack access to healthy food) and obesity is not as pronounced as has been publicized. We get reaction from food politics heavyweights Michel Nischan and Dr. Marion Nestle.

Joining Bloggers To Take On Hunger

A virtual meet up tackles food's political side
Apr 11, 2012 10:58 am

Read Our Profile: Wholesome Wave: Michel Nischan's 2nd Act

Our friends at Food Network are busy again connecting us with our blogger colleagues for yet another cyber get together. But...

Photo Gallery: Inside Dressing Room

Behind the scenes at Nischan's Westport bistro
Jan 12, 2012 11:01 am

As part of Michel Nischan Week, we asked photographer Sam Horine to head up to Westport, Connecticut to spend an afternoon with the staff on Nischan’s farm-to-table restaurant Dressing Room—A Homegrown Restaurant, a project he took on after he befriended the great actor/philanthropist Paul Newman

Roasted Tomato Soup Recipe

A rich tomato soup that's worth the wait
Jan 11, 2012 5:01 pm
Photo: Sam Horine

The kitchen staff at Westport, CT farm-to-table temple The Dressing Room doesn’t have the luxury to cook with fresh tomatoes all year round. But to prepare this wildly popular dish year round, they buy “as many tomatoes as possible” in the summer and Cryovacs them for later, according to Executive Chef Jon Vaast. It's best served with a mini grilled cheese sandwich. Obvs.

Michel Nischan Lunch at Roberta's

Feting our guest editor with pizza, politics
Jan 11, 2012 4:31 pm

Yesterday, Food Republic co-founder Marcus Samuelsson and editorial director Richard Martin hosted a lunch to celebrate Michel Nischan Week at Roberta's in scenic Bushwick, Brooklyn. Joining us for delicious pizza (shout-out to the guanciale and egg!) were Nischan's Wholesome Wave co-founder and a former USDA Under Secretary Gus Schumacher.

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