What we eat has increasingly become a definitive marker of our social status. As the the upper and middle classes constantly refine their tastes for meals sprinkled with Sicilian sea salts or for "locavore" foods, the poor find it ever harder to find affordable food that's healthy. In fact, 17 percent of Americans are described as "food insecure" by the Department of Agriculture, while others splurge on fresh, organic produce. Photographer Christopher Anderson visited three families in Brooklyn to capture the ways the food divide translates into the meals on the table. Here, Tiffiney Davis and her family sit down to a meal in the Red Hook neighborhood.