Chef Joshna Maharaj presents her passionate plea to ensure that institutional food is given a central place at the human table. Good food, she argues, is no trimmable frill but a human right--one that can and should play a role in rehabilitation and recovery, whether served on a hospital or prison tray. By turns persuasive, insightful, compassionate, and resolved, Maharaj argues that we can do better--and she puts her money where her mouth is, offering an insider's proof of possibility, along with honest assessments of challenges and missteps that can occur undertaking such change. A food reformer for many years who emphasizes human rights and sustainability, Maharaj does a good job sharing ideas and experiences with listeners--and her down-to-earth delivery marries well with her "let's-roll-up-our-sleeves" message. J.C.G. © AudioFile 2021, Portland, Maine [Published: FEBRUARY 2021]
Digital Download ECW Press 2020
DD ISBN 9781773056500 $19.99
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