The Food Critics: News, Reviews and Eating Organic
Walt Bodine and his food critics take another turn at making our stomachs growl and our wallets groan.
As the ingredients found in our favorite foods become more and more unusual and harder to pronounce, Kansas Citians are looking for alternatives. Farmer's markets are booming and a number of restaurants and stores are abandoning processed, mass-produced goods for those delivered fresh by the farmer just outside of town.
So, in a day and age when consumers have adopted the mantra, "If you can't pronounce the name of an ingredient and you don't know what it is, you probably shouldn't eat the food," Walt Bodine and the Food Critics weigh in on the city's best places to get organic or all-natural meals and goods in the Metro.
Charles Ferruzza, co-host, The Pitch and Fat City Blog
Chris Becicka, Ingram's Magazine
Gloria Gale, 435 South Magazine
Taste of the Crossroads
Sept 19th, 4 - 8 pm
Slow Food Culinary Garage Sale
Sept 18, 8 - 5 pm
Lidia's 3 course dinner with Baroque music
Sept 26, 5:30
Under a Harvest Moon (Powell Gardens)
Oct 3, 4 pm
Two Thai Place restaurants have closed
Mi Officina (SW Blvd) has closed
Tacqueria Baptista (Westport) has closed
Carmen's in Leawood has opened
ReVerse on the plaza is closing
Food Critic Reviews
Green Dirt Farm
Osteria Il Centro
Latin Bistro & Culinary Center
Siki's Japanese Steakhouse
Where can I find a really good seafood restaurant?
Where is a good place for a first date near the stadium?
The Bamboo Hut
Also, Cafe Verona, Ophelias, Square Pizza on the Independence Square
Special Topic: Organic Foods
Local Burger, Lawrence
Justis Drug Store
Green Acres Grocery