Scott Schroeder On Being A Six-Day-A-Week Vegan
Chef Scott Schroeder of American Sardine Bar and SPTR has graced these pages many times in the past. There was the time he went down to Love Park to touch everyone’s wiener, then there was his SPAM-fest, his collaborations with Jason Cichonski and David Ansill, his various sandwich experiments. But he’s not generally the first guy who’d come to mind as a Be Well Philly cover boy.
Except that now he is. Yesterday, Be Well cornered him and got him to talk about his new, healthier outlook on life, his six-day-a-week meatlessness, what he thinks about vegetarian food in Philly and how chefs are changing the way they think about their diets. To wit:
Michael Solomonov told me something funny: He said whenever he eats something really bad, he always feels bad about it and then has to counteract it with something healthy. So if he has chicken wings, he has to have an apple. I think the days of the stereotypical “fat chef” are dying.
Anyway, the whole interview is good, and filled with interesting notions on modern, non-moralistic vegetarianism. You can check it out over on Philly mag’s Be Well blog right now.
Why Meat-Loving Chef Scott Schroeder Is a Six-Days-a-Week Vegan [Be Well]