There’s a good op-ed in the New York Times challenging the idea that junk food is cheaper than real food. While I don’t agree with all of the arguments the author makes, I’m fully behind his premise that Americans (including me) need to change their attitude about cooking at home; specifically that cooking should be a joy, rather than a chore. My wife and I were rarely cooking at home before I filmed Fast Foods, Fat Profits (above) for Fault Lines. The story really changed the way we eat and view food. I hope you enjoy watching it as much as we at Fault Lines— Jeremy Young, producing; Elizabeth Gorman, associate producing; Thierry Humeau, filming; Warwick Meade, editing; and Mathieu Skene executive producing—enjoyed making it. Let me know!