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Issues | Volume 12 Number 2

Summer 2012

How the Other Half Eats; The Girl with the Cupcake Tattoo; Women, Sabotaj, and Underground Food Economies in Haiti; Charles Darwin, the Gourmet Traveler; Of Raspberries and Religion; Men Who Eat Muskrat: It’s Nothing Like Chicken; American Processed Kosher; The One-Second Sandwich; Hogonomics; An Interview with Daniel Humm, Eleven Madison Park; and more…

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Issues | Volume 12 Number 1

Spring 2012

Tasting the Brutality of Qaddafi’s Regime; Tuna with a Broken Heart; The Hummus Wars; Chocolate and Cardiovascular Health; Chicago’s Food Trucks: Wrapped in Red Tape; Truffle in Paradise; Discomfort Food; Trash Eaters; The Science of Biodynamic Viticulture; Magnolia 610, Louisville, Kentucky; and more…

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Issues | Volume 11 Number 4

Winter 2011

National Turkey Day; Jamaican Farewell; The Fiestas de Tosantos in the Markets of Cádiz; Authenticity in America: Class Distinctions in Potato Chip Advertising; Food Pairing Theory: A European Fad; Greece: A Portrait in Seeds; Whatever Happened to the Farm Problem?; The Flavor of Danger; and more…

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Issues | Volume 11 Number 3

Fall 2011

San Francisco Farmers’ Market Farmers in Their Own Words; The Whip In: A Taste of Austin-Americana; Building a Better Tomato; Esquire Mans the Kitchenette; From the Crisis of Food to Food in Crisis; Cooking Up Color; Germs Preserve Us; Egg Whites, Sugar, Ice Cream, and a Peach: A Recipe; Digging for the Roots of the Urban Farming Movement; An Interview with Erik Cosselmon, Kokkari, San Francisco; and more…

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Issues | Volume 11 Number 2

Summer 2011

“Incarcerated in a Large Cheese”; Catfish and Controversy at the Okie Noodling Tournament; Harmony of the Spores: John Cage and Mycology; The Landreth Seed Company: Testing Ground for a New American Cuisine; John James Audubon’s Tastes of America; The Politics of Organic Farming; Roasting Green Wheat in Galilee; Notes on Pat Quinn’s “The Great Potato Feud”; In Defense of Food Science; Castagna, Portland, Oregon; and more…

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Issues | Volume 11 Number 1

Spring 2011

The BP Oil Spill and the Bounty of Plaquemines Parish; “In Bacteria Land”: The Battle over Raw Milk; High-End Dining in the Nineteenth-Century United States; Snacking with the Sons of the Soil; My Adventures in Sugar; To Market, to Market! Riding Shotgun with the Tomato Man; Strukli: “The Best Dish in the World”; An Interview with Yoshinori Ishii, Umu, London; and more…

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Issues | Volume 10 Number 4

Fall 2010

Mr. Bean Meets Dr. Pepper; Marcos Zapata’s Last Supper: A Feast of European Religion and Andean Culture; Closer; Of Predators, Parasites, and Fickle Friends; Cheese Cultures: Transforming American Tastes and Traditions; A Tale of Two Dairies; Alsatian Kugelhopf: A Cake for All Seasons; Recipes: Beyond the Words; Visits to Restaurant Men’s Rooms; An Interview with David and Karen Waltuck of Chanterelle; and more…

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Issues | Volume 10 Number 3

Summer 2010

Edible Landscapes: Song Dong’s Food Installations; A Fig by Any Other Name; Prescribing Pork in Israel; James Beard’s Early TV Work; A Journey into the Imaginary of Sicilian Pastry; The Sweetshops of Kolkata; Trends in Food Photography; Broccolini®: What’s in a Name?; An Interview with Renè Redzepi: Noma, Copenhagen; and more…

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Issues | Volume 10 Number 2

Spring 2010

Mealtime at a Tibetan Monastery; On the Tomato Trail: In Search of Ancestral Roots; Veilleuse-théières: Form and Function in Nightlight Teapots; Upgrading the Local: Belgian Cuisine in Global Waves; The Tomato Queen of San Joaquin; Still Life on the Half-Shell; The Rogue Winemaker of Bully Hill; Alba, Boulder, Colorado; From Slaughter to Supper: The Politics and Pleasure of Meat; Blame It on the Grain; and more…

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Issues | Volume 10 Number 1

Winter 2010

Toasting Ten Years of Gastronomica; Why Are There No Great Women Chefs?; Rites of Passage in Italy; Food Porn; Sweet Tooth Nation; Jean-Baptiste Labat and the Buccaneer Barbecue in Seventeenth-Century Martinique; Lucent Figs and Suave Veal Chops: Sylvia Plath and Food; Discovering Terroir in the World of Chocolate; Executive Pastry Chef, Washington, D.C.; Food Enigmas, Colonial and Postcolonial; and more…

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