Issues | Volume 10 Number 1

Winter 2010

from the editor
Feast in a Time of Famine | Darra Goldstein

borborygmus
Rumblings from the World of Food

cartoons
Something Tastes Funny: Toasting Ten Years of Gastronomica | David Sipress

orts and scantlings
“Gastrobamica” | Mark Morton

feast for the eye
An Apt and Noble Gift: Gorham’s Rebekah Pitcher | Amy Miller Dehan

poem
On Curing Images and Pork | Tung-Hui Hu

memoir
Eating White | Geoff Nicholson

gender
Why Are There No Great Women Chefs? | Charlotte Druckman

rituals
Rites of Passage in Italy | Carol Field

forum
Food Porn | Anne E. McBride

slice of life
Sweet Tooth Nation: Fabrico Próprio and the Portuguese Pastry | Frances Baca

fashion
“Another Form of Her Genius”: Lee Miller in the Kitchen | Becky E. Conekin

investigations
Jean-Baptiste Labat and the Buccaneer Barbecue in Seventeenth-Century Martinique | Suzanne Toczyski
Conviviality in Catalonia | A.F. Robertson

archive
Lucent Figs and Suave Veal Chops: Sylvia Plath and Food | Lynda K. Bundtzen

consumption
Like Your Labels? | Michele Field

americana
Moxie: A Flavor for the Few | Robert Dickinson

identity
Culinary Nationalism | Priscilla Parkhurst Ferguson
Silver Lining: Building a Shared Sudanese Identity through Food | A.V. Crofts

futurism
Losing the Space Race | Kay Sexton

photographs
The Color of Hay: The Peasants of Maramures | Kathleen Laraia McLaughlin and H. Woods McLaughlin

prose
A Pinch of Finch | Toni Mirosevich

terroir
Discovering Terroir in the World of Chocolate | Bill Nesto

design
Guinomi | Allen S. Weiss

chef’s page
Executive Pastry Chef, Washington, D.C. | Bill Yosses

review essays
Aesthetics and Alchemy in the Contemporary Kitchen | Joanne Molina
Food Enigmas, Colonial and Postcolonial | Sidney W. Mintz

the bookshelf
Books in Review

lagniappe
Collard Leaves for Misery | Ardath Weaver

Cover: Farhad Moshiri, Blood Fountain, 2006, oil on canvas. Courtesy of Daneyal Mahmood Gallery, New York.

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