Eat Food. All the Time. Mostly Junk.

How the “food revolution” turned us into snackers, guaranteeing the demise of healthy home cooking

The Atlantic
May 13 · 9 min read
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By Laura Shapiro

I can’t stop thinking about cupcakes. No, not chic ones from the bakery, swathed in caramel buttercream, $3.95 each — I mean real cupcakes, baked at home by Mom and the kids in a classic ritual of…

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