A Million Meals

Caring for children in today's confusing food environment

Looking at "Girls"

Sometimes I wonder whether I have an exaggerated sense of how dysfunctional people’s relationship with food has become. Two recent experiences with younger people have confirmed my sinking feeling that we are really letting food gatecrash its way out of its rightful place in our lives. Read More

"Doughy," "poochy." I don't

"Doughy," "poochy." I don't know if that is the language of the show (I have not watched it) or if the choice of words here is unintentionally ironic.

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Zanthe Taylor, M.F.A., is a former dramaturg and English teacher who is currently raising two daughters in Brooklyn, NY.


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