I'm offering this Grist blog post about food and class up as it addresses some of my own concerns about the new wave of food mania hitting the US. I can't say enough how great I think it is that people are supporting local farmers, eating more seasonally, and paying attention to what goes in their mouths. But, I worry that it is only for a certain group of people at a certain income level. Good, healthy organic food should not just be for the elite, but it should be for everyone. (A point well-made in a discussion that followed an article summarizing the Local Food Summit this past winter.) Philpott addresses it again and so eloquently that I thought it worth sharing here.