Issues | Volume 7 Number 2

Spring 2007

from the editor
Time Travels | Darra Goldstein

borborygmus
Rumblings from the World of Food

orts and scantlings
Table Manners | Mark Morton

feast for the eye
Zhan Wang: Urban Landscape | John Stomberg

poem
Sommelier | Zilka Joseph

archive
The “Juice of a Few Flowers”: Gerald and Sara Murphy’s Life of Beautiful Things | Kathryn Price

politics
How Caviar Turned Out to Be Halal | H.E. Chehabi

essay
The Prize Inside | Toni Mirosevich

investigations
Twain’s Feast: “The American” at Table | Andrew Beahrs
The Medieval Spice Trade and the Diffusion of the Chile | Clifford A. Wright

culture
They Eat Horses, Don’t They? Hippophagy and Frenchness | Kari Weil

ritual
Heavenly Khao Chae-Aromatic Soaked Rice | Su-Mei Yu

diet
Lactose Intolerance and Evolution: No Use Crying Over Undigested Milk | Benjamin Scheindlin, MD

past pleasures
At the Prince’s Table: Food in The Leopard | Mary Taylor Simeti

classics
The Myth of Apicius | Sally Grainger

passages
Gâteaux Algériens: A Love Affair | Rachel Finn

personal history
Having What She’s Having | Scott Korb

libations
Simply Cachaça, Simply Brazil | Milton Mizputen

chef’s page
Ray’s Café and Tea House, Philadelphia | Laurie Bernstein

review essays
Two Ways of Looking at Maestro Martino | Nancy Harmon Jenkins
The Meat of the Issue | Betty Fussell
Flesh and Bone: Toward a Whole-beast Meat-eating Ethos | Tom Philpott

the bookshelf
Books in Review

lagniappe
Besos y Balas | Joe Bravo

Cover: Jean Blackburn, Thick or Thin, 1998. Rolling pin, board 4″ x 16″ x 16″. Courtesy of the Artist & Caren Golden Fine Art, NY. Photographer: Jeffrey Sturges.

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