Complicity for the Pie

“Eating stolen goods that I watched get stolen is morally problematic, and I cheerfully grant it. But I am here talking about my supposed complicity in the strange oaths that the foreman in the Texas orchard swore at his underpaid migrant workers, in the season before those pecans from said orchard made their way through thirteen other morally problematic checkpoints on their way to my pie” (Confessions of a Food Catholic, p. 109).