Book Review: Fashioning Appetite

Fashioning Appetite: A Review by Samantha Felix In the three years my husband and I have owned and operated a small neighborhood restaurant in the East Village of New York, ...

‘Musa Paradisiaca,’ by Matthew Ulland

Musa Paradisiaca by Matthew Ulland   Tonight, Santos fries plantains, peels thick green skin, the fruit mashed flat and mixed with crescent garlic moons, sizzled to discs. He adds and ...

TIE Poet of the Month: ‘Sonnet to You’ by Noelle Kocot

Sonnet to You by Noelle Kocot Milkiness of sunrise, where’s the traction, eh? You were “left behind,” you were a tomato. I Go along, entrenched in the brilliant darkness, The ...

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The Cultures of “Fresco”: Food Design in Latin America

By Fabio Parasecoli, Associate professor and coordinator of food studies, The New School. ...
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CULINARIA Query: Can We Re-Set the Family Table?

  The SoFAB Institute and the Food Studies Program at The New School ...
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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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Mystical Materialism: Cargo Cults, Food Riots, Disease and the Political Function of Food

  Mystical Materialism: Cargo Cults, Food Riots, Disease and the Political Function ...
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Poetry

‘Musa Paradisiaca,’ by Matthew Ulland

Musa Paradisiaca by Matthew Ulland   Tonight, Santos fries plantains, peels thick ...
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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: Fashioning Appetite

Fashioning Appetite: A Review by Samantha Felix In the three years my ...
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Visual Art

Gallery: Food Design North America at The New School

On June 9, 2014, a group of designers, media professionals, academics, chefs ...
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Sustainability in the Wine Industry: Italy and U.S.

Join us Monday November 10th at Wollman Hall at 65 E. 11th ...
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