I wish we had more than an hour because there is a lot going on during this week's most delicious 60 minutes on the radio. So tune in and hang on as we explore the culinary world. After all, what are we really other than prisoners of taste?
Molly Aronica, the restaurant editor for The Daily Meal, is recovered from her bout with food poisoning (all in the line of duty). She's got the inside dish on "GREEN" restaurants in time for the upcoming Earth Day celebration on April 22.
When internationally acclaimed photographer Chris Jordan appeared as a guest on The Colbert Report, Stephen Colbert joked that Chris resembled Clark Kent. Indeed Chris Jordan has led an unusual path transforming his career from Lawyer to full-time artist and educator to become somewhat of an environmental hero. His photographic collages (see one example below & visit his website for more!) take sobering statistics of human consumption and presents them in a format that is both aesthetically pleasing and shockingly eye-opening. I had a chance to sit down with Chris last week to discuss his photographic roots and how the message of his work gets integrated into
his own home life and how he feels the weight and irony of the impact that producing his work has on the environment.