Winter 2005, Volume 5, Number 1

Winter 2005, Volume 5, Number 1

from the editor
Outstanding in the Field 2004 | Darra Goldstein

borborygmus
Rumblings from the World of Food

orts and scantlings
Mooreeffoc | Mark Morton

feast for the eye
Second Sight: The Art of Joan Steiner | D Wood

poem
From “The Cemetery Beside the River” | Melanie Cameron

diet
Slow Food in a Fat Society: Satisfying Ethical Appetites | Heather Paxson

industry
Cast with Style: Nineteenth-Century Cast-Iron Stoves | Tammis Kane Groft

culture
The Prose (and Cons) of Vodka | Dmitrii Stakhov; translated by Thomas Newlin

interview
The Cooking Ape: An Interview with Richard Wrangham | Elisabeth Townsend

origins
Sicilian Manna: A Sweet Gift of Nature | Anna Tasca Lanza

memoir
In Search of Neon | Raymond Beauchemin

passages
One Year and a Day: A Recipe for Gumbo and Mourning | James Nolan

americana
Man Eats Dogs: The Hot Dog Stands of Chicago | Bruce Kraig; photographs by Patty Carroll

nutrition
“Take One More Bite for Me”: Clara Davis and the Feeding of Young Children | Benjamin Scheindlin, MD

investigations
Measuring Ingredients: Food and Domesticity in Mexican Casta Paintings | Nina M. Scott
Have Your Coke and Eat It Too: What Cooking with Coca-Cola Says about Cultural Imperialism | Anne E. McBride
Solving the Puzzle of Barolo and Barbaresco | Brian Smith

chef’s page
The Old Inn on the Green | Timothy Q. Cebula

review essays
Consuming Art | Carol Clark
Crazy for Gin | Lisa Hiley

the bookshelf
Books in Review

lagniappe
Edible Hats | Alicia Rios

Cover: Oscar Rabine, “Signal and Laughing Cow” (2002); Courtesy of Michèle and Marc Ivasilevitch, A&C-Projects, Paris, France.