Issues | Volume 11 Number 1

Spring 2011

<< Winter 2010 | Summer 2011 >>

from the editor
Happy Pongal! | Darra Goldstein

borborygmus
Rumblings from the World of Food

orts and scantlings
A Pumpkin in a Tablespoon | Mark Morton

feast for the eye
Set for Transition: Dansk Designs’ Fjord Flatware | Sarah Froelich

poem
Measurements | Ellen Birkett Morris

taste
The Art in Gastronomy: A Modernist Perspective | Nathan Myhrvold

environment
The BP Oil Spill and the Bounty of Plaquemines Parish | Randy Fertel

futurefood
Survive, But Not Thrive | Eric LeMay

investigations
“In Bacteria Land”: The Battle over Raw Milk | Anne Mendelson
High-End Dining in the Nineteenth-Century United States | Paul Freedman and James Warlick

lives
The Struggle for Sunday Lunch: Gastropolitics in the Life of Nelson Mandela | Anna Trapido

local fare
Between Plenty and Poverty: Foraging in the Salento with Patience Gray | Adam Federman

politics
Snacking with the Sons of the Soil | Dan Packel

performance
My Adventures in Sugar | Rachel Adams

ecology
To Market, to Market! Riding Shotgun with the Tomato Man | Barry Estabrook

gallery
The Last Supper | Julie Green

ritual
St. Joseph’s Day in Kerala | Mary Taylor Simeti

visionaries
Jean-Louis Vignes: California’s Forgotten Winemaker | Scott MacConnell

origins
Strukli: “The Best Dish in the World” | Velimir Cindric

chef’s page
An Interview with Yoshinori Ishii, Umu, London | Corky White

conversation
Does Wine Matter? | Amy B. Trubek with Chris Keathley

the bookshelf
Books in Review

lagniappe
Baba, the Elephant Gastronome | Gilman Parsons

Cover: Sarah Illenberger, McForest. Photograph by Ragnar Schmuck.

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