Gastronomica #11:3, Fall 2011

Posted in distribution, food, magazines, writing on August 22nd, 2011 by admin
Tags: ,

Gastronomica #11:3, Fall 2011

Gastronomica
Fall 2011 • Volume 11 Number 3

Cover: Mauro Holanda, Octopus Cube, 2009.

Table of Contents

from the editor
Going to Extremes | Darra Goldstein

borborygmus
Rumblings from the World of Food

orts and scantlings
Hue and Eye | Mark Morton

feast for the eye
John Singer Sargent’s “Devils” | Emily Arensman

poem
Cinderella | Michele F. Cooper

illustration
Meanwhile: San Francisco Farmers’ Market Farmers in Their Own Words | Wendy MacNaughton

americana
The Whip In: A Taste of Austin-Americana | David Wright

ecology
Building a Better Tomato | Barry Estabrook

objects
Meret Oppenheim’s Fur Teacup | Mary Ann Caws

investigations
Esquire Mans the Kitchenette | Elizabeth Fakazis
From the Crisis of Food to Food in Crisis | Martin Bruegel

ingredients
Cooking Up Color | Jude Stewart

science
Germs Preserve Us | Thomas Greene

pastoral
Harvest Tunes | Leah Koenig

gallery
Summer Kitchen, Penobscot Bay, Maine | Jonathan Levitt

prose
Egg Whites, Sugar, Ice Cream, and a Peach: A Recipe | Judith Gorfain

representations
Eat Me at the Fair: America’s Love Affair with Food Installations | Francine Kirsch

eating out
Miscellaneous Food in a Feverish Haste | Jon Grinspan

working on the food chain
Digging for the Roots of the Urban Farming Movement | Jason Mark

libations
The Norton Grape: American Viticulture’s Native Son | Chris Opfer

chef’s page
An Interview with Erik Cosselmon, Kokkari, San Francisco | Janet Fletcher

review essay
Watching Our Waste Lines | Christina Eng

the bookshelf
Books in Review

lagniappe
Seeing Red | Craig Kanarick

University of California Press
160 pages

D 16 €

Buy

Available for Distribution