The blast-from-the-past Pollan Painting series continues with he release of Michael Pollan’s new book Cooked. From my own little Frederick in 2008, 5 years old at the time, this painting was posted on the Ethicurean back in 2008. (See Pollan Painting #1 — “Children of the Corn.”)
On our recent Pollan Painting weekend, my five-year-old son Frederick and I read with interest about the slaughter technique used at Joel Salatin’s natural poultry operation. Frederick has some personal knowledge of poultry slaughter but was curious about commercial slaughter operations. A Google image search of “chicken slaughter” inspired him to paint this:
The Fresh Bites crew hits the road
Introducing 3-D pictures at FreshBitesDaily — it’s super-cool new tech (including pictures of “the hobo kitchen”)
My kids put this in my kitchen. I nearly died three deaths. You won’t believe it.
Some of the crafts you find on Pinterest actually reproduce well (and “Happy Thanksgiving”)
Pollan Painting #4: The Golden Arches
Pollan Painting #3: Sequoia National Pork
Children of the Corn (Pollan Paintings Remembered)
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