Review: Carolyn Steel’s “Hungry City”

A review I wrote of “Hungry City: How Food Shapes Our Lives,” a new UK food-politics book by architecture professor Carolyn Steel, appeared in the Financial Times’ weekend supplement yesterday.

There’s a lot in the last chapter of the book that bears discussing here, including vertical farms and how historically ideas of utopia have always included some sort of agrarian component, but I have houseguests and a recurrence of my pesky, painful pinched-nerve thing so that will have to come later.  

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