Monday, January 3, 2011

Cheap Chicken

Francis Lam at Salon has a really articulate essay on a dilemma I face several times a week: whether or not to buy cheap chicken. You're broke, maybe you work out a lot, it's affordable, it tastes amazing with Thai chili garlic sauce from a cart, but you know what's behind it. Francis decides not to do it - mostly - but he also touches on the arbitrary/dogmatic/point-missing element that tends to accompany decisions of this nature and gives a thoughtful argument for ambiguity. Thanks Eater PDX for the link.

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