TIE Poet of the Month: Lynne Procope

No Odes For Chicken by Lynne Procope Fowl, you fluffer of the uninspired sandwich, who first fathered you? Which paled god or dim swindler sold you to a war train ...

Stan’s Madeleine

Stan’s Madeleine By Anna Cypra Oliver Haut-cuisine extravaganzas like Plaza-Athéneé Lobster Soufflé are not usually my thing, either as a diner or as a cook—too rich, too fattening, too much ...

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 ...

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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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Stan’s Madeleine

Stan’s Madeleine By Anna Cypra Oliver Haut-cuisine extravaganzas like Plaza-Athéneé Lobster Soufflé ...
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TIE Poet of the Month: Lynne Procope

No Odes For Chicken by Lynne Procope Fowl, you fluffer of the ...
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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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Stan’s Madeleine

Stan’s Madeleine By Anna Cypra Oliver Haut-cuisine extravaganzas like Plaza-Athéneé Lobster Soufflé ...
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Naomi Klein On Why This Really Does Change Everything

Klein came to the meeting planning to write about the great fight ...
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