I never imagined there were so many possible political puns involving the word "plate." Among my favorites were Lindy 47's "The Plate Department" and Amsilver's "Plate of the Union." But after sifting through the hundreds of terrific suggestions, we eventually settled on Scott Paul's "Gut Check" as the name for my new food column. If Scott is reading, he should shoot me an e-mail. And thanks to everyone who sent in suggestions.
Speaking of which, today marks the first edition of my Washington Post food column, "Gut Check" (cool name, huh?). The first piece is a review of "Food Inc.," the new documentary that's sweeping the nation, alongside an interview with Michael Pollan, who consulted on the film, and Robert Kenner, who directed it. Check out the column here. And if you can't get enough, you can read the full transcript of my interview with Pollan and Kenner here.
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