Full with It

by Nikki Burst It would seem that being both a poet and a writer of a food blog would make it easy for me to bridge these topics of poetry ...

TIE Poet of the Month: Craig Morgan Teicher

  Each month a contemporary poet presents three poems and one personal essay in which food is consumed, passed over, or reckoned with.  Craig is our poet for April, 2014.   ...

Black Raspberry

by John Findura When the moment of absolute change comes it should be large and all-powerful – it should not have happened in my kitchen. At just before 6 in ...

Columnists

East Harlem Tables: Food and Italian Immigrant Cultures

by Fabio Parasecoli When friends visit New York City from out of ...
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Event Archives

The Educated Eater: Regional Farming in a Changing Climate

A panel of Greenmarket farmers and climate change experts explore how climate, ...
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Profiles/Interviews

Bread and Butter: An Interview with Michelle Wildgen

Michelle Wildgen is a writer of impeccable tastes. As culinary and literary ...
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Prose

Full with It

by Nikki Burst It would seem that being both a poet and ...
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Poetry

TIE Poet of the Month: Craig Morgan Teicher

  Each month a contemporary poet presents three poems and one personal ...
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Think Tank

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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Reviews

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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Upcoming Events

Modern Art Cookbook | Mary Ann Caws, Wayne Koestenbaum, Andrew F. Smith, Arezoo Moseni | Art and Food Series Event

Author and food historian Andrew F. Smith and poet and cultural critic Wayne ...
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