The signature feature of Neverland, a hot commodity these days, is not, of course, the Hook. It’s not the crocodile, either, nor even Tinkerbell, pixie dust or Peter. The signature feature is the one great law of the land: You can never grow up. But one needn’t go nearly so far as Neverland to honor that statute; just sign up for breakfast, lunch or dinner in America.
Where people are grown up about food, they eat real food, not too much, mostly plants. They eat as they have eaten for generations, rather than waiting for new book or morning show segment to tell them everything they thought they knew until yesterday was wrong. But we don’t do that here.