Winter 2017, Volume 17 Number 4

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Winter 2017, Volume 17 Number 4

FROM THE EDITOR
Editor’s Letter | Melissa L. Caldwell

CULINARY REVOLUTIONS: FOOD, HISTORY, AND IDENTITY IN RUSSIA AND EAST-CENTRAL EUROPE
Introduction: From Revolution to Globalization: Foodways in Russia and East-Central Europe | Mary Neuburger and Keith Livers

The Ethics and Politics of Diet: Tolstoy, Pilnyak, and the Modern Slaughterhouse | Ronald D. LeBlanc

From Fecal Briquettes to Candy Kremlins: The Edible Ideal in Sorokin’s
Prose | Keith Livers

Variations on a Shchi Theme: Collective Dining and Politics in the
Early USSR | François-Xavier Nérard

Dining in Utopia: A Taste of the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast under
Socialism | Mary Neuburger

Brewing Relations: Coffee, East Germany, and Laos | Andrew Kloiber

To Revive Delight: A Poet’s Restaurant Reviews in Early 1990s Prague |
Abigail Weil

Marketing Soviet Nostalgia: The Many Faces of Buratino | Laura Goering

Salo, the Ukrainian Pork Fat: Shrugs, Jokelore, and the “Six-Fingered” |
Katrina Kollegaeva

RESEARCH ARTICLES
Emancipation and Domesticity: Decoding Personal Manuscript Cookbooks
from the Soviet Union | Anastasia Lakhtikova

Border Wines: Terroir across Contested Territory | Daniel Monterescu

REVIEWS
The Ethnic Restaurateur
By Krishnendu Ray, Reviewed by Gary Alan Fine

Table Talk: Building Democracy One Meal at a Time
By Janet Flammang, Reviewed by Sam Chapple-Sokol

Food, Families and Work
By Rebecca O’Connell and Julia Brannen, Reviewed by
Andria D. Timmer

Black Labor, White Sugar: Caribbean Braceros and Their Struggle
for Power in the Cuban Sugar Industry
By Philip A. Howard, Reviewed by Marisa Wilson

Refrigeration Nation: A History of Ice, Appliances, and Enterprise in America
By Jonathan Rees, Reviewed by Cody Whetstone

Inventing the Pizzeria: A History of Pizza Making in Naples
By Antonio Mattozzi, Reviewed by Julian Linke

BOOKS AND FILMS RECEIVED