One of Hazon's great projects is a blog called The Jew and the Carrot (found at jcarrot.org). This blog has been on my blogroll (in the right column) ever since it debuted.
Here is how the blog describes itself:
The Jew and the Carrot features the intersection between Jews, food and contemporary life.
The Jewish community has an amazingly complex relationship to food. As the rest of the world is waking up to the notion of sustainable agriculture, local foods, and healthy eating, so is the Jewish community in the States and in Israel.
We want to:
*/ Raise the quality of discussion about contemporary food issues in the Jewish community.
*/ Convey a sense of importance and joy around food.
*/ Challenge and inspire participants to think deeply and broadly about their own food choices.