Juliet Glass

American journalist Juliet Glass

Juliet Glass is a writer and food critic, who formerly lived in Minneapolis. She is currently markets and program manager of FreshFarm Markets, a non-profit organization based in Washington, D.C. that promotes the growth of local food in the Chesapeake Bay region http://freshfarmmarkets. org/about_us/staff_contact_list. html. She is the daughter of JoAnne Akalaitis and Philip Glass. She has contributed articles to Elle, Minnesota Monthly, Food Arts and the New York Times.
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How to Love a Goose's Liver
NYTimes - almost 11 years
To the Editor: Re: ''Foie Gras Makers Struggle to Please Critics and Chefs,'' by Juliet Glass, April 25: We all love a solution that works for everyone. However, there can be no pleasing the critics of foie gras if the chefs and consumers of the diseased livers of geese continue to participate in this barbaric process. The critics are people who
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Foie Gras Makers Struggle to Please Critics and Chefs
NYTimes - almost 11 years
TOM BROCK produces foie gras at a Southern California farm, but even he used to feel squeamish when he had to force-feed the geese with an 8- to 10-inch steel tube to fatten their livers. ''I used the traditional tube, and force-fed the traditional way,'' Mr. Brock said, ''and it was the single most unpleasant experience of my life.'' So he bought
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NYTimes - almost 12 years
An article last Wednesday about legal efforts by animal rights groups to ban the production and sale of foie gras omitted a credit. Juliet Glass contributed reporting from Minneapolis.
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Organizing for an Indelicate Fight
NYTimes - almost 12 years
FRESH from a victory in Chicago, where the City Council voted last week to ban the sale of foie gras, animal rights activists have set their sights on Philadelphia, where they are collecting signatures on a petition to ban the delicacy there. Their influence on Whole Foods Market has led a foie gras producer to file a lawsuit against the
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AT THE NATION'S TABLE; Sauté Briefly, And Adjust the Saxophone
NYTimes - about 12 years
WHEN Steven Brown became executive chef at Restaurant Levain in March 2004, he felt that something was missing. ''When the place was full, there was a din of activity, but at the beginning and end of the evening there was a churchlike pall,'' he said recently. ''I felt like I was going to confession, not cooking dinner.'' Live music was his
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NYTimes - almost 37 years
AS an outstanding descendant of the Open Theater, the Talking Band uses variations of that seminal company's performance techniques to tell its own dramatic stories, which, in the case of the group's latest work, ''Soft Targets,'' can express a social urgency and moral courage. ''Soft Targets,'' at the La Mama Annex through March 29, has as its
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Juliet Glass
  • 1992
    Age 24
    She received a B.A. in history from Reed College in 1992, and went on to study history at the Johns Hopkins University before moving to Minneapolis.
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  • 1968
    Age 0
    Born in 1968.
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