Food in the Circular Economy: A Proposal From the European Union

By Fabio Parasecoli, Associate professor and coordinator of food studies, New School – NYC From the Huffington Post Rarely, as in recent months, has the European Union been so unpopular among ...

Ten Reflections on Cooking and Writing

by Sean Singer 1. Readers should be producers of the meanings of texts, and not merely consumers of texts. When you cook the food you eat, you feel the food’s ...

TIE Poet of the Month: Sean Singer

Red Beans and Ricely Yours Louis Armstrong thin sliced hog’s head cheese, souse, and horseradish, slices of pickles—with his sisters—and the thin tomato. Juicy cold the gravy burns into the ...

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Food in the Circular Economy: A Proposal From the European Union

By Fabio Parasecoli, Associate professor and coordinator of food studies, New School – ...
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Fat Studies: A Panel Discussion

The CDC has identified obesity as a serious public health problem for ...
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Sungold … Mexican Midget … Tomatoes!

Susan Marque, MFA ’14, talks to Miriam Rubin about her recent book, Tomatoes: ...
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Ten Reflections on Cooking and Writing

by Sean Singer 1. Readers should be producers of the meanings of ...
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TIE Poet of the Month: Sean Singer

Red Beans and Ricely Yours Louis Armstrong thin sliced hog’s head cheese, ...
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Saint Joseph’s Day: Loaves for Thanksgiving, Charity, and Abundance

[La Festa di San Giuseppe – March 19] by Allison Scola At this ...
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Book Review: Offal — A Global History, by Nina Edwards

Nicole Brownstein As a vegetarian, owning a book about edible entrails may ...
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Visual Art

Toni Silber-Delerive: Up Close and Appetizing

My paintings represent food from a variety of different cuisines seen from above. Their flattened surface ...
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Fat Studies: Bodies, Culture, Health

Monday, June 16, 2014 at 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm  Wollman Hall, Eugene Lang ...
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