Goodbye Garden

\”The family meal has undergone a steady devaluation from its one time role at the center of human life, when it was the daily enactment of shared necessity and ritualized cooperation. Today, as never before in history, the meals of children are likely to have been cooked by strangers, to consist of highly processed foods that are produced far away, and are likely to be taken casually, greedily, in haste, and, all too often, alone.\”

Alice Waters, internationally acclaimed chef, author, and founder of the Edible Schoolyard, From the article \”Cashing in the Fresh Food Craze,\” Nursery Notes Magazine, May-June, 2009, Vol.43, No.3

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