Issues | Volume 12 Number 2

Summer 2012

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.

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