Stephen Satterfield | Civil Eats


Stephen Satterfield is the Culinary Trust fellow for Civil Eats. He is a food writer, activist, and digital media producer dedicated to helping people deepen their connection to food. While managing Nopa Restaurant in San Francisco, he started a popular food media project called, Nopalize. There he led a team of over 20 creatives, producing hundreds of pieces of original content and dozens of events with the goal of bringing people closer to the food they eat. In October 2015, he began production on his newest venture, Whetstone Magazine, a forthcoming digital and print publication on global food origins and culture.

Food Waste Wars: The Imperfect Enemy of the Good

food waste ugly carrots together

Behind the Rise and Fall of Growing Power

Will Allen in a Growing Power greenhouse. (Photo credit: Growing Power)

Why We Can’t Talk About Race in Food

race in food

All the News that’s Fit to Eat: China Recommends Eating Less Meat, Monsanto Says No to Bayer, Workers Shut Down McDonald’s Meeting

Chinese meal meat

Can This Market Be a Model for Getting Good Food Into Neighborhoods Shaped by Racism?

brahm ahmadi peoples community market

All the News That’s Fit to Eat: Oakland’s Soda Tax, ‘Natural’ Quaker Oats, and the NYT Sells Meal Kits

Quaker Oats in on Grocery Store Shelves

All the News That’s Fit to Eat: Diabetes on the Rise, Pepsi to Sell Less Soda, Food Workers Receive New Protections

Pepsi in Glass

All the News That’s Fit to Eat: Kellogg’s Jumps on the GMO Labeling Train, Sneaky Mac n’ Cheese, and Starbucks’ Food Waste Plan

Bee Flying with Pollen

All the News That’s Fit to Eat: FDA ‘Food Czar’ Steps Down, Food Stamp Cuts Take Effect, and Foodie Millennials

fried eggs