Fall 2009, Volume 9, Number 4

Fall 2009, Volume 9, Number 4

from the editor
Remembrance of Foods Past | Darra Goldstein

borborygmus
Rumblings from the World of Food

orts and scantlings
The Shape of Food to Come | Mark Morton

feast for the eye
The Culinary Art of Pauline Baynes | Wayne G. Hammond

poem
The Candy Stand | Agi Mishol

culture
Home Run: My Journey Back to Korean Food | Roy Ahn

representations
Salvador Dalí’s Lobsters: Feast, Phobia, and Freudian Slip | Nancy Frazier

origins
Did the Ancients Know the Artichoke? | Clifford A. Wright

inventions
Thanksgiving Dinner—Lightning Fast | Steve Shada and Marisa Jahn

investigations
The Night the Good Ship Went Down: Three Fateful Dinners Aboard the Titanic | Andrea Broomfield
Food Taboos in Precolonial and Contemporary Cameroon: A Historical Perspective | Forka Leypey Mathew Fomine

hunger
“A Beriberi Heart”: Lessons from Slave Soldiers of World War II | Jeanne Schinto

libations
Perry | Cherry Ripe

local fare
Rx. Pepper Soup | Adela (Mary) Blay-Brody

lives
Serving Food and Time | T.E. Greenwood

photographs
Al Mercado | Anahita Avalos

fiction
Lamb, A Love Story | Peter Wortsman

at the movies
This Ain’t Burger King | Vanessa Gregory

chef’s page
Interview with Rob Evans, Hugo’s, Portland, Maine | Samantha Hoyt Lindgren

review essays
Dark Pleasures | Ellen M. Schnepel
Five Ways of Looking at Globalization | Heather Hunwick, Jessica Bagdonis

the bookshelf
Books in Review

lagniappe
Striking Messages | Douglass Scott

Cover: David Graham, Near Watsonville, California, 1989. © David Graham. Courtesy of Gallery 339.