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pollan

(ˈpɒlən)
n
(Animals) any of several varieties of the whitefish Coregonus pollan that occur in lakes in Northern Ireland
[C18: probably from Irish poll lake]
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Pollan joined Green Courte in June 2013 as an Associate.
The Pollan Family Table is a lively and fun cookbook from Corky Pollan, who despite her busy career at Gourmet magazine and column editor at New York magazine, still somehow has time to cook meals every night for her husband and four children, utilizing local fresh ingredients.
The collaborative effort of the female members of the Pollan family, "The Pollan Family Table: The Best Recipes and Kitchen Wisdom for Delicious, Healthy Family Meals" is a colorfully illustrated, 352 page compendium showcasing an amazing diversity of kitchen cook friendly recipes that will please any palate and satisfy any appetite.
They don't just fall, they explode," Pollan warned, joking, "they could hurt somebody.
2) Kenya Cohane and Carolyn Stempler (3) Sabrina Waqar photographs one of Leon Kroll's murals (4) Ken Pollan and Chef Anthony Johnson of Pepper's Fine Catering
Activist, writer, and professor Michael Pollan transformed the food movement with The Omnivore's Dilemma: A Natural History of Four Meals (*** SELECTION July/Aug 2006).
Activists' attacks on those who produce processed food are radical because they are trying to achieve not only a fundamental change in the way we eat, but also, in the words of the movement's guru, author Michael Pollan, a revolution in "the division of domestic labor.
He notes that "carnism" underlies an unsustainable reality that has led to exploiting land, polluting water and generating massive emissions and takes direct aim at celebrated food writer Michael Pollan whose book The Omnivore's Dilemma Anderson argues does not go nearly far enough in identifying necessary changes.
Late "Ladies in White" leader Laura Pollan was remembered with a simple altar in her home in a crumbling Havana neighborhood amid vows that the group she founded would continue marching.
Hector Maseda&'s stepdaughter Laura Maria Labrada Pollan tells The Associated Press.
The Lennon Ono Grant for Peace - created to honour Lennon's dedication to peace and human rights will go to four recipients- Filmmaker Josh Fox who wrote and directed the documentary feature film Gasland the years; Author Michael Pollan who has written bestselling books about the interaction of nature and society; Author and activist lice Walker, most famous for her book The Color Purple, and Barbara Kowalcyk who has campaigned for food safety.
Some 30 members of the group were attacked, including Laura Pollan, wife of Hector Maseda Gutierrez, a journalist sentenced in 2003 to 20 years' imprisonment.