limnophila aromatica

Susan Soriano

as it rumbles
the body feels absurd and pale


Reneé Leigh Stephenson

Delightful renderings of foods we love


Sharon Lask Munson

They sit in the resident’s lounge
discussing the trip earlier that day.


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First you will feel hungry and explore your pantry and refrigerator and freezer and secret hiding spot in the curio cabinet.

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Best Food Writing 2014

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That first crowned Elizabeth ate rich buns: that is, made with eggs and spices and cur-rants. Perhaps she fed one, crumb by crumb, onto Essex’s expectant tongue.

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