There is so much to love about yesterday's New York Times Magazine. From Mark Bittman's essay on our relationship with food -- "The real issues — how do we grow and raise, distribute and sell, prepare and eat food? And how do our patterns of doing these things affect the rest of the world (and vice versa)? — are simply too big to ignore." -- to the ever brilliant Michael Pollan's take on food policy and this presidential election, I spent Sunday enraptured. Read William Safire's definition of "locavorism" and remember what we've been saying for years: It's all about Real Food.