Jennifer is featured in the new documentary Eat, Cook, Love, created by the CBC-Radio Canada to address the lost pleasures of food, and the government’s increasing interference in what we eat.
As a proponent of personal responsibility and (more importantly) the sensual pleasures of food, Jennifer goes on record to illustrate how poor choices and flawed research are leading us down a path of confusion an increased dependency on someone to “fix it” for us.
If you click through and watch episode 1, you’ll also witness the debut of Sex on a Plate, the event Jennifer created to celebrate those sensual pleasures. While at the home of indie music maven Ariel Hyatt of Cyber PR, Jennifer and Chef Mark Tafoya wowed their guests with a multi-course indulgence of the senses. The event will grow even bigger in 2013, so look for more news on that!
In an age where the government has its hands in everything, and companies like Monsanto get to lead the charge of food production, where does that leave us and our health?