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Sustainability in the Wine Industry: Italy and U.S.

Fabio Parasecoli, associate professor and co-chair of the Food Studies Program at The New School,Michele Manelli, president and winemaker of Salcheto Winery, and professor Lorenzo Zanni from the University of Siena presents the Italian Report on Wine Sustainability. This work was produced by the Italian Forum for Wine Sustainability, a group supported by Unione Italiana Vini and Gambero […]

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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 – NYC From the Huffington Post Rarely, as in recent months, has the European Union been so unpopular among its citizens. In May 2014, the elections for the European Parliament, its legislative body, saw the success of political parties whose admitted goal is to […]

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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 creation: subtle changes in textures, flavors, and ratios that were in your control as the maker. 2. The phenomenon of the “celebrity chef” and the […]

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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 lull of the earth. It is Louis, a dozen large raw oysters, and French bread with the muff of crumbs whipped with grits fried in […]

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Cracking Crabs

by Tolly Wright “Are you moving home?” This is the question I hear on a daily basis, now that I am graduating from college. I scoff at these curious acquaintances; I’ve been living New York for five years, I have friends and a job here, the Big Apple is my home. Still, I have to […]

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Starling

by Karen Resta I once ate a starling. -it tasted nothing like stars. it tasted like hard muddy yard with rough grass and rocky garden (married with  quiet conviction) (while not being fully convinced) to the box of vinyl-sided house, its rooms too small for real-sized people in that working-class town. like dirt, hard, with […]

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TIE Poet of the Month: Sean Singer

Eating in Silence Anger is a pulse whose clattering is inside the glass heart and the grey cathedral. Slice the peach through the plush mantle into the wiry devil’s den. It is her splendor. The woman next to me won’t sleep with me and the woman I want is in Romania. The Danube’s blue architecture […]

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Sungold … Mexican Midget … Tomatoes!

Susan Marque, MFA ’14, talks to Miriam Rubin about her recent book, Tomatoes: A Savor the South Cookbook (University of North Carolina Press). Watch the video where they discuss everything tomato related, including the historical shunning of this deadly nightshade fruit.

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TIE Poet of the Month: Sean Singer

Gin & Sonnet 1 part gin. 1 part vermouth. 1 part Campari. It is the bitterest dream. We announce Ourselves down sluice rush and sip pine needles Through an orange sieve. Take my arm through The vista of red drapery where red Chairs get us there through candlelight. An ounce Of snowfall as the glass […]

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Looking

by Craig Morgan Teicher I look to prove what I already believe, that each thing my eyes touch with their light is something they have touched already, whose grain or smoothness, whose rippling or cloudy uncertainty is another example, an iteration of the facts I’ve been able to gather. It’s not that I know everything, or […]

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