Sablés. The French butter cookies never disappoint, well, except for at the beginning when you're faithfully "not overmixing" and trying to get the hill of dough crumbs pressed into a slice-and-bake log. Trust tradition and press (literally) on and you'll wonder why you ever buy cookies.
Recipe for Cocoa Sablés, pp. 402-403, from Around My French Table, by Dorie Greenspan
Buy seasonal produce, as close to source as possible. Cook at home. Support food producers who are doing things right: farmers and ranchers who treat animals, soil, water, and air with reverence and respect; manufacturers who use healthful, natural ingredients and minimally process them. While you're at it, treat yourself with respect and make conscious choices about what and how much you eat.
Eat like it matters.
It matters to your health and to the health of the planet.
Coming to you from Bozeman & San Francisco, I love everything about food and wine - reading about it, shopping for it, preparing it, and sharing it. A bit obsessed? Perhaps. Full of joy and gratitude? You bet.