Ruth Reichl’s Keynote at the Good Food Awards

This is so wonderfully optimistic, I wanted to re-post it:

“Most of you are too young to remember an America with awful food. An America where every strawberry was like cotton, where every salad was made with iceberg lettuce and had a sweet orange dressing called “French,” an America where good coffee was unknown, bread was white, and cheese was imported from France.  So you don’t also have the joy of remembering the little moments when it changed.  I want to tell you about what those moments were for me.” [Read more]