Gastronomica Winter 2012. University Of California Press

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Gastronomica – The journal of food and culture.
Winter 2012

Olivier bauer, Andrew Beahrs, Toby Binder, Robert Bradley, Andre Broomfield, Jennifer Bruns Levin, John F. Carafoli, Leo Collum, Darrin Duford’s, Barry Estabrook, Michael Friedman, Jennifer Griffiths, Elizabeth Hale, Henry Hargreaves, Michael Joyce, Rohan Kamicheril, Alison Kinney, Mark Lazenby, Jane Levi, Margaret Lincoln, Marco Marella, Mark Morton, Shax Riegler, Alisa Roth, Katherine Streeter, Amy L. Tigner, Vijaysree Venkatraman

Pages: 140
Size: 22 x 29 cm
Weight: 450 g


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Gastronomica #12:3, Fall 2012.

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Gastronomica 12:3, Fall 2012,  University of California Press.

The Journal of Food and Culture.

Combining a keen appreciation for the pleasures and aesthetics of food with the latest in food studies, Gastronomica is a vital forum for ideas, discussion, and thoughtful reflection on the history, literature, representation, and cultural impact of food. In each issue you’ll find provocative analyses, including the latest interdisciplinary research from noted scholars that considers the relationship between food and culture throughout the world. From news to techniques, design to reviews, poetry to prose, Gastronomica presents a mix of articles and features by culinary professionals, historians, architects, photographers, poets, artists, and others, and you can expect sumptuous images depicting the richness and vibrancy of food and our joy in preparing and consuming it.

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Gastronomica #12:1, Spring 2012

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Gastronomica 12:1, Spring 2012

The Journal of Food and Culture.

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Gastronomica #11:3, Fall 2011

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Gastronomica #11:3, Fall 2011

Fall 2011 • Volume 11 Number 3

Cover: Mauro Holanda, Octopus Cube, 2009.

Table of Contents

from the editor
Going to Extremes | Darra Goldstein

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

Cinderella | Michele F. Cooper

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

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

Building a Better Tomato | Barry Estabrook

Meret Oppenheim’s Fur Teacup | Mary Ann Caws

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

Cooking Up Color | Jude Stewart

Germs Preserve Us | Thomas Greene

Harvest Tunes | Leah Koenig

Summer Kitchen, Penobscot Bay, Maine | Jonathan Levitt

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

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

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

Seeing Red | Craig Kanarick

University of California Press
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GASTRONOMICA, The Journal of Food and Culture. Summer 2011 vol.11 #2

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Gastronomica – The Journal of Food and Culture, Spring 2011, Volume 11 Number 1

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Gastronomica, Spring 2011, Volume 11 Number 1

Table of Contents:

Futurefood – Survive, But Not Thrive | Eric LeMay • investigations – “In Bacteria Land”: The Battle over Raw Milk | Anne Mendelson • High-End Dining in the Nineteenth-Century United States | Paul Freedman and James Warlick • lives – The Struggle for Sunday Lunch: Gastropolitics in the Life of Nelson Mandela | Anna Trapido • local fare – Between Plenty and Poverty: Foraging in the Salento with Patience Gray | Adam Federman • politics – Snacking with the Sons of the Soil | Dan Packel • Performance – My Adventures in Sugar | Rachel Adams • Ecology – To Market, to Market! Riding Shotgun with the Tomato Man | Barry Estabrook • Gallery – The Last Supper | Julie Green • Ritual – St. Joseph’s Day in Kerala | Mary Taylor Simeti • Visionaries – Jean-Louis Vignes: California’s Forgotten Winemaker | Scott MacConnell • Origins – Strukli: “The Best Dish in the World” | Velimir Cindric • Chef’s page – An Interview with Yoshinori Ishii, Umu, London | Corky White • Conversation – Does Wine Matter? | Amy B. Trubek with Chris Keathley • The bookshelf –
Books in Review •Lagniappe – Baba, the Elephant Gastronome | Gilman Parsons

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