The Taste of Tomorrow

If you still haven’t had a chance to make it out for that lunch time excursion to B&N or Books & Books or the Seminary Coop to buy three copies of The Taste of Tomorrow,  if you still haven’t made those four to five  clicks necessary to achieve nonfiction nirvana, then we hope you’ll take a look at “Feasts Forward,”  a nice review in the Financial Times. 

The subhead, “a lighthearted look into the future of food,” is undeniably true.  And the reviewer, Carl Wilkinson, does a nice job of describing the “salad” section of the book in one brilliantly succinct sentence.

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