"Oliver has made notable progress. But the hard work, compromises and setbacks continue after the cameras have disappeared."One of the problems for the future is that good food costs money, money to buy the raw ingredients and money to pay the people to prepare them. So the forces of evil, as foodies see them, always have an opening argument: "we can save you money." Tie that to the reports in both the Times and the Post about impending teacher layoffs this fall and a cynic has to believe Mr. Oliver's impact will not last long.
Wednesday, April 21, 2010
Jamie Oliver Costs Money
The Post has an article on Jamie Oliver, a Brit who had a short ABC TV series on his attempts to transform school lunch food in Huntington, WV. I admit I haven't watched, but it seems he had some impact: