We're consumed with the food we eat, from its origins to its preparation to its presentation. And all of the food issues we pile high on our plates — additives, pesticides, biotech, local and organic versus factory farmed, to name just a few — became part of the recipe in Stephanie Roberts' Eat This! KC Chews on the Politics of Food. Roberts, a member of the UMKC Theatre faculty (she also appeared in two productions of Mask of the Broken Heart, a clever one-woman show that she also wrote), along with her team, thought about "What's for dinner" as they interviewed local farmers, chefs, foodies, producers, doctors and parents. The result: a UMKC Theatre show that was entertaining, thought-provoking and relevant. (It was also tasty: Soup was prepared onstage and served after.) "We are what we eat," Roberts agrees in her production notes. "It is true on a molecular level but also on a cultural and societal level as we look to the people who bring us our food." We look to Roberts to reprise Eat This and dish us up some seconds.