Category Archives: FLP on food

Tohono O’odham Nation

Rebecca Cohen, ’12, reflects on her first year as a FoodCorps service member on the  Tohono O’odham Nation, the second largest Indian reservation in the country. A few months after graduating back in May of 2012—and I look back, hardly … Continue reading

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Yellow Fuzzy Molds

Our event this Tuesday with the Dutton Lab is sold out, but here is some background coverage of the Dutton Lab and insight into what they do: For Gastronomists, a Go-To Microbiologist, New York Times Cultural Revolution, Edible Boston

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Veggie Puzzle

Here’s a picture of what we’ve been calling the “Veggie Puzzle”. For fun, we compiled ten of the more unusual vegetables that arrive in a typical Massachusetts farm share and designed a competition: name all ten and win a Farmers’ … Continue reading

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Building a movement bigger than organic

The Food Literacy Project will be featuring reflections, photographs, projects, and papers that Harvard students have completed, related to the theme of food. Please get in contact if you’ve completed a food-related project; we’d love to feature your work. Our … Continue reading

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FLP5: foodie websites of 2012

This is the fifth in FLP top 5 for 2012 series. Image from Smitten Kitchen 1.  Foodgawker – http://www.foodgawker.com &  Tastespottinghttp://www.tastespotting.com Pure visual stimulation — ton of gorgeous photos of food; click on one and it’ll take you to the recipe … Continue reading

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