By Ed Bruske
aka The Slow Cook
I had a visit recently from an English teacher who flew into Washington from St. Louis for a course in "backpack journalism,' meaning documentary filmmaking by citizen journalists.
Dan Sadicario followed me around for the better part of the day, resulting in a five-minute film about a former newspaper reporter who now grows food in his front yard two miles from the White House and has made dissecting the school lunch program a personal crusade.
Okay, enough drama. I think Dan did a great job with the camera and some snappy editing. He even managed to squeeze in a few humerous moments. Take a look at what he calls "Concrete Tomato."