Leopold Center for Sustainable Agriculture
Food Alliance Dinner
February 17, 2006
Portland, OR, United States
For most of us the pleasure of good eating probably consists of chowing down a gusty steak, a delicious pork chop, fresh vegetables with tastebud-exploding flavors, or a savory tree-ripened peach that melts in your mouth. In truth, the pleasure of good eating consists of much more than tasty treats.
Kirschenmann, Frederick L., "The Pleasure of Good Eating" (2006). Leopold Center Conference Papers. 8.