The first thing I did after I got home was to try to find out what Al’s Seafood DC, the first new seafood restaurant in New York City in more than a decade, was all about.
“This is a new generation of chefs, and we’re looking to do a new take on seafood,” said Al’s founder and chief executive officer, Chris Rastetter.
“It’s going to be a restaurant for the 21st century.”
But what exactly does that mean?
What is it about seafood that makes it so special?
And how does this new restaurant fit into New York’s rapidly expanding food landscape?
The answer is that it’s not about eating a certain thing, Rastettter said, it’s about “the way that we create the experience of the food.”
To understand why, we have to go back to the beginning of time.
In the 18th century, the English began to expand their commercial empire, and the first step was to find ways to feed themselves.
The idea was to create food that would keep them busy and keep them happy, so they could live on the land.
They did this by using the ingredients that they already had, creating food that was a staple of their diet.
The result was the “cattle and fowl” diet.
But this wasn’t just a meal in which the animal was left alone to eat its own food, which made it ideal for the Industrial Revolution.
The animals would be put in an enclosure where they could work on a farm.
And the best way to do that was to keep them in confinement.
In England, where food was plentiful, it was a way to keep people from becoming too lazy to cook.
And that’s exactly what happened.
The food was then consumed as a commodity, and it became a way for the poor to survive, with no end in sight.
As a result, the industrial revolution transformed food into a commodity and, over time, to a luxury.
Today, most Americans can’t imagine how they would have been able to live without meat and dairy products, but the food industry is still heavily reliant on animal products, including beef and chicken.
The reason meat is so ubiquitous in America today is because it was cheaper in the 1800s and the industrial era, said Rastitters colleague, James Lohse, a professor of history and culture at Rutgers University.
“When the industry shifted from cattle to poultry and then to eggs, people began to think, ‘I don’t really want to eat meat,'” he said.
“That’s why we’re seeing so much growth in the use of processed meat, like hamburgers, hot dogs, sausage, sausages, bacon.”
These days, you can find products that contain far more meat and poultry than you could even imagine a century ago.
In fact, more than two-thirds of all processed meat products consumed in the U.S. today are processed meat.
It’s almost impossible to imagine a better example of the commoditization of food than what we’re witnessing now.
And as food becomes more commoditized, it becomes harder to sustain the environment, Rachael F. Smith, an associate professor of sociology at Loyola University New Orleans, told me.
“The commoditized production process means that there’s more meat in the world, and less meat in our communities.
And in the process, we’re destroying our environment, and creating new problems for us.”
That means that, with each new batch of meat produced, we are taking in more carbon dioxide than we produce from our land.
The same goes for the way that meat is raised, the way it is packaged, the antibiotics used on the animals, and more.
So how can we get around this problem?
Rastatters team wants to change that.
They’ve come up with a solution.
They want to make it possible to produce a new type of meat that is 100 percent sustainable, but without the use or pollution of antibiotics and hormones.
In a new documentary, “Farmed: The Story of Food,” which premiered on PBS’ “Food Network,” the team talks about how they came up with the concept.
“What we’re trying to do is make meat from plant matter,” Rastette said in the documentary.
“We’re not going to use antibiotics or hormones, because they are killing our animals, but we’re going to make meat without them.”
The team is developing a plant-based recipe that has been proven to be safe and environmentally friendly, but that also has the added benefit of reducing the number of antibiotics used in meat production.
They are also hoping to create a plant that doesn’t have the antibiotics that are commonly used in food.
This means that the meat that you eat isn’t going to end up in the same way as the animal that you grew it from.
Instead, the meat will be raised and processed from local produce, so