from the editor
What’s in a Name? | Darra Goldstein
Rumblings from the World of Food
orts and scantlings
“Incarcerated in a Large Cheese” | Mark Morton
feast for the eye
Elusive Temptations | Mimi Hellman
Blueberry Patch | Lafayette Wattles
Catfish and Controversy at the Okie Noodling Tournament | Ruth Tobias
Harmony of the Spores: John Cage and Mycology | Sabrina Small
the food chain
The Landreth Seed Company: Testing Ground for a New American Cuisine | William Woys Weaver
John James Audubon’s Tastes of America | Elizabeth Gawthrop Riely
The Politics of Organic Farming: Populists, Evangelicals, and the Agriculture of the Middle | Laura Sayre
Muse | Barbara Koenen
“We Can Serve Them!”: Beanhole Baked Beans at the Broad Cove Church, Cushing, Maine | Nina M. Scott
Bodily Souvenirs | Alexis Schaitkin
Roasting Green Wheat in Galilee | Abbie Rosner
Notes on Pat Quinn’s “The Great Potato Feud” | Rónadh Cox
Web Exclusive! Listen to Pat Quinn perform the song.
Home Economics | Barry Estabrook
In Defense of Food Science | David Julian McClements, César Vega, Anne E. McBride, and Eric Andrew Decker
Talking About Cooking: Alexandre Dumas’s Causerie culinaire | J. Weintraub
Nuns at Work | Agnès Villette
Liquid Epitaphs | Jaap Harskamp
William Waldorf Astor’s World’s Fair Dinner | Henry Voigt
Castagna, Portland, Oregon | Matthew Lightner
Books in Review
All My Little Shoes | Catherine McEver
Cover: Ted Sabarese, Evolution: Goggle Eye fish/woman, 2007 (www.tedsabarese.com).
2 thoughts on “Summer 2011, Volume 11, Number 2”
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Are there still issues of Summer 2011. available?
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