Celebrate food, life and diversity. Join me in the search for the right ingredients: Food without human antibiotics, growth hormones and other harmful additives that have become commonplace in animals raised on factory farms.
Attention food shoppers
We are legions -- legions who are sorely neglected by the media, which prefer glorifying chefs. I love restaurants as much as anyone else, but feel that most are unresponsive to customers who want to know how the food they are eating was grown or raised.I hope my blog will be a valuable resource for helping you find the healthiest food in supermarkets, specialty stores and restaurants in northern New Jersey. In the past five years, I stopped eating meat, poultry, bread and pizza, and now focus on a heart-healthy diet of seafood, vegetables, fruit, whole-wheat pasta and brown rice. I'm happiest when I am eating. -- VICTOR E. SASSON
Wednesday, March 28, 2012
What breakfast looks like at Crepevine
In February, I had breakfast at Crepevine in Burlingame, Calif., where I enjoyed this salad nicoise with seared ahi tuna ($11.95). I didn't eat the bread and butter.
Crepevine Restaurant, 1310 Burlingame Ave., Burlingame, Calif; 1-650-344-1310. Customers order at the counter.