We can all change the world one dish at a time.
We all eat. Three times a day if we can. With joy and hunger.
And hopefully with the understanding that good clean food is the essential fuel for human health and community.
We start at the beginning of where and who grows our food, who brings it from the oceans, coaxes it from the soil, who works with our food in industrial kitchens and labs, in large greenhouses and in small craft cellars, etc.
We care about the supply chain of how food gets from here to there, and how much of it gets left behind. We care about food waste, we care about food insecurity and justice. We care about how many miles food travels to get to us.
We care about humanity.
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Harvard presents Let’s Talk About Food – Saving the Planet One Bite at a Time
Saturday, September 28 2019, 10:30am-4pm, The Plaza at the Science Center
Harvard University Dining Services and Let’s Talk About Food bring you a fun-filled and inspiring day of cooking, demonstrations, hands-on skills and tastings, innovations and explorations. Join the Greater Boston community of experts and eaters in an all-day exploration of how we can work together to
‘‘Save the Planet One Bite at a Time!” Bring your culinarians, your kids, your scientists, your adventurers and hear, taste and experience the next generation of dining! The event is free and open to the public.
Mainstage Hosts: Annie Copps and Laurie Donnelly