Fall 2012, Volume 12, Number 3

Fall 2012, Volume 12, Number 3

from the editor
Flavors of Ireland | Darra Goldstein

orts and scantlings
Eating by Numbers | Mark Morton

feast for the eye
Il Gusto: José de Ribera’s Personification of Taste | Lisa Vergara

poem
Entomophagy | Rawaan Alkhatib

the hunt
Swimming with Spears | Tetsuhiko Endo

identity
Eating the Hyphen | Lily Wong

investigations
Banking on Beach Plums | Les Garrick
Dishing It Out: Food Blogs and Post-Feminist Domesticity | Paula M. Salvio

local fare
Manioc: A Brazilian Chef Claims Her Roots | Sara B. Franklin

celebrations
Tuesday Night Is Nut Loaf: Women’s Music-Festival Foods | Bonnie J. Morris

americana
Regional Cooking | Constance Hardesty

poem
Sharing mason jars | dee Hobsbawn-Smith

nationalism
Eating Ukraine and Its Lard(er) | Katrina Kollegaeva

prose
Beef Wellington | Nicholas Poluhoff

family history
Tooth for Tooth | Nicole J. Caruth

politics
Fighting Sicilian Corruption, One Vine at a Time | Marie Doezema

photographs
You Are What You Eat | Mark Menjivar

poem
Coney Island, Michigan | Christina Olson

working on the food chain
Kicking the Commodity Habit: On Being Grown Out of Place | Stephen Jones

visionaries
Michel Guérard on French Cuisine | Barbara Santich

culinary history
Mrs. Fisher’s Cigarettes | John Martin Taylor

ecology
Swimming Upstream | Barry Estabrook

trade
Industrialized Delicacies: The Rise of the Umbrian Truffle Business | Rengenier C. Rittersma

food play
Kitchen Hijinks | Alexander Feldman

chef’s page
Colombian Grace, Key West, Florida | Nancy Klingener

review essay
Child of Her Times | Jeannette Ferrary

the bookshelf
Books in Review

lagniappe
Delectable | Edward Bing Lee

Cover: Grant Cornett, Untitled © 2010.

Summer 2012, Volume 12, Number 2

Summer 2012, Volume 12, Number 2

from the editor
How the Other Half Eats | Darra Goldstein

borborygmus
Rumblings from the World of Food

orts and scantlings
The Girl with the Cupcake Tattoo | Mark Morton

poem
Partial Recipe for Brunswick Stew | Andrea Cohen

feast for the eye
Suzanne Lacy: Chewing More Than the Fat | Cameron Shaw

poem
Double Boiler | Lilah Hegnauer

slow food
Farming the Monsoon: A Return to Traditional Tohono O’odham Foods | Marcello Di Cintio

photographs
At Home in Kyrgyzstan | Lynn Alleva Lilley

eating out
Table for One | Matt Goulding

origins
A Man Walks into a Pub | Ian Klaus

investigations
Women, Sabotaj, and Underground Food Economies in Haiti | Myron M. Beasley
Charles Darwin, the Gourmet Traveler | Diana Noyce

family history
Kimchi Blues | Grace M. Cho

religion
Of Raspberries and Religion | Susan H. Swetnam

americana
Men Who Eat Muskrat: It’s Nothing Like Chicken | William Woys Weaver

terroir
The Big Apple Exchange | Alexandra Leaf; photographs by Joel Seaman

marketing
American Processed Kosher | Jeffrey Yoskowitz

memoir
The One-Second Sandwich | Toni Mirosevich

festivals
Vendimia Celebrations | Paula de la Cruz

shopping
Sahadi’s: A Family Affair | Jason Leahey

ecology
Hogonomics | Barry Estabrook

chef’s page
An Interview with Daniel Humm, Eleven Madison Park | Anne E. McBride

review essays
Red in Spine and Claw | Patricia Gadsby
Gastronomy or Gluttony? | Priscilla Parkhurst Ferguson

the bookshelf
Books in Review

lagniappe
The Mutato Project | Uli Westphal

Cover: Antonio López García, La cena (The Dinner), 1971–1980 (detail). © 2011 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / VEGAP, Madrid.

Spring 2012, Volume 12, Number 1

Spring 2012, Volume 12, Number 1

from the editor
A Taste of Paradise | Darra Goldstein

borborygmus
Rumblings from the World of Food

orts and scantlings
Making Space | Mark Morton

feast for the eye
Cock-A-Doodle | Harley Spiller

poem
Three Knives | Michael Cirelli

confinement
Tasting the Brutality of Qaddafi’s Regime | Daniella Cheslow

gallery
Mugshots | Lou Jacobs

personal history
Tuna with a Broken Heart | Paul Greenberg

ecology
Of Money and Muck | Barry Estabrook

investigations
The Hummus Wars | Ari Ariel
Chocolate and Cardiovascular Health: The Kuna Case Reconsidered | James Howe

carnivory
The Mane Course | Ike Sriskandarajah

passages
Zoe Crosher’s Transgressions | Zoe Crosher, Charlotte Druckman,
and Caitlin Williams Freeman

politics
Chicago’s Food Trucks: Wrapped in Red Tape | Geoff Dougherty

competition
Truffle in Paradise | John Gutekanst

memoir
Discomfort Food | Jesse Browner

the food chain
Trash Eaters | Scarlett Lindeman

seasonal pleasures
A Sweet Fragrance in Winter | Chitrita Banerji

fusion
A Kare Pan Is a Pretty Good Start | Andrew Simmons

bionomics
The Science of Biodynamic Viticulture | Jason Tippetts

chef’s page
Magnolia 610, Louisville, Kentucky | Edward Lee

review essays
Unless an Army Is Properly Fed . . . | John Rees
Milky Ways | Anne Mendelson

the bookshelf
Books in Review

lagniappe
Mateo Flecha’s Ensaladas | Jane Canova

Cover: Uwe Schramm, Wenn du geliebt werden willst, liebe (If you want to be loved, love), from the series Alltagsleben eingetreten (Enter Everyday Life)

Winter 2011, Volume 11, Number 4

Winter 2011, Volume 11, Number 4

from the editor
National Turkey Day | Darra Goldstein

borborygmus
Rumblings from the World of Food

orts and scantlings
Thanking Out Loud | Mark Morton

feast for the eye
Back to the Future: Gorham’s “Circa ’70” Service | Amy Miller Dehan

poem
Jamaican Farewell | Amy Nawrocki

origins
Deconstructing My Namesake | John Martin Taylor

gallery
Small Hours in the Meatpacking District | Barry Goldstein

the hunt
Communion | Christopher Mohar

celebrations
The Fiestas de Tosantos in the Markets of Cádiz | Alicia Rios

investigations
Remembering Dione Lucas | Jeanne Schinto
Authenticity in America: Class Distinctions in Potato Chip Advertising | Joshua Freedman and Dan Jurafsky

taste
Food Pairing Theory: A European Fad | Maurits de Klepper

memoir
Los Angeles: My Parents’ Palates | Bonnie Morris

biodiversity
Greece: A Portrait in Seeds | Shayna Cohen

point of view
Authenticity | Allen S. Weiss

family history
“A Triumph in Culinary Art”: Epicurean Displays at the Copley Plaza | Michelle Tolini Finamore

politics
Whatever Happened to the Farm Problem? | Jimmye S. Hillman

prose
A Proposal for Feeding the Fat and Anxious | Josh Ozersky

business
Owning Up: Exploring The Kickstarter Restaurant | Kaitlyn Goalen

history’s table
The Flavor of Danger | Jerry Redfern and Karen J. Coates

the food chain
AgroShopping in Urban Paraguay | Elizabeth Finnis with Fatima Candia

ecology
The Other Side of the Valley | Barry Estabrook

science
The Cultural Diversity of Cheese | Scott Haas

chef’s page
Taberna Ideal, Lisbon, Portugal | Frances Baca

review essay
Contexts of Creativity: Ferran Adrià and elBulli | Dana Polan

the bookshelf
Books in Review

lagniappe
Mateo Flecha’s Ensaladas | Jane Canova

Cover: Alain Roussel, Gilded Pig, 2006. Photograph by Mitch Feinberg ©2006

Fall 2011, Volume 11, Number 3

Fall 2011, Volume 11, Number 3

from the editor
Going to Extremes | Darra Goldstein

borborygmus
Rumblings from the World of Food

orts and scantlings
Hue and Eye | Mark Morton

feast for the eye
John Singer Sargent’s “Devils” | Emily Arensman

poem
Cinderella | Michele F. Cooper

illustration
Meanwhile: San Francisco Farmers’ Market Farmers in Their Own Words | Wendy MacNaughton

americana
The Whip In: A Taste of Austin-Americana | David Wright

ecology
Building a Better Tomato | Barry Estabrook

objects
Meret Oppenheim’s Fur Teacup | Mary Ann Caws

investigations
Esquire Mans the Kitchenette | Elizabeth Fakazis
From the Crisis of Food to Food in Crisis | Martin Bruegel

ingredients
Cooking Up Color | Jude Stewart

science
Germs Preserve Us | Thomas Greene

pastoral
Harvest Tunes | Leah Koenig

gallery
Summer Kitchen, Penobscot Bay, Maine | Jonathan Levitt

prose
Egg Whites, Sugar, Ice Cream, and a Peach: A Recipe | Judith Gorfain

representations
Eat Me at the Fair: America’s Love Affair with Food Installations | Francine Kirsch

eating out
Miscellaneous Food in a Feverish Haste | Jon Grinspan

working on the food chain
Digging for the Roots of the Urban Farming Movement | Jason Mark

libations
The Norton Grape: American Viticulture’s Native Son | Chris Opfer

chef’s page
An Interview with Erik Cosselmon, Kokkari, San Francisco | Janet Fletcher

review essay
Watching Our Waste Lines | Christina Eng

the bookshelf
Books in Review

lagniappe
Seeing Red | Craig Kanarick

Cover: Mauro Holanda, Octopus Cube, 2009.

 

Top Image: The Agricultural Building at the 1876 Philadelphia Centennial. From James McCabe, The Illustrated History of the Centennial Exhibition (Philadelphia: The National Publishing Company, 1876).