I watched Anthony Bourdain’s No Reservations for the first time last week. The host visited Quebec and ate wonderful fare at a few places I had yet to check out in Montreal. However it was the segment filmed in Northern Quebec that I enjoyed most. In this segment Bourdain dons a seal pelt poncho to go hunting on the water with his hosts. The Innu fetch a seal for dinner. Once they are home, a whole three-generation family sit down on the floor and proceed to dissect and eat the whole seal. I was very moved by this segment because I realized that I do not have such a pure relationship with my food. I began thinking about all the inhumane steps that a breast of chicken goes through before I cut it up in cubes for my Butter Chicken recipe. I thought about all the energy that is used in the process as well. If I had to raise my chickens or rabbits and cut them up for dinner, I would not likely eat meat very often!