by Anya Regelin Let’s get this out of the way: I cook professionally and I don’t taste my food, and I haven’t, by choice, in years. Before you start thinking ...
Isolation comes with the territory in the Sandhills of Nebraska, where grassy dunes laced with wet meadows undulate above the Ogallala Aquifer, and the thinning towns are few and far between. In the four years since he settled here, Prescott Frost has found himself set apart more than most. In a state where corn is […]
“Is the food still lousy?” a friend once replied when I texted her to ask if I could bring her something to eat from Starbucks. She wasn’t (just) being snide. She was reflecting a truth universally acknowledged: you could customize your drink any which way in every one of Starbucks’ 11,000 stores in the United […]
Here is the third panel in the Dining + Design series, organized by The New School Food Studies program with the James Beard Foundation.
On the off chance that it’s not pouring rain in the city — a depressingly frequent occurrence this year — you’ll want to act quickly and enjoy the nice weather by eating outside. But since this is New York, “outdoor seating” can mean that you’re at a table that overlooks traffic and you’re breathing in […]
To follow the congressional debate about food stamp (SNAP) funding in the Farm Bill—and media coverage of that debate—you would think that the relevant issues are the deficit, rapists on food stamps, waste and abuse, and defining our biblical obligation to the poor. The only thing missing from that conversation is the state of hunger in […]