At Grandmother's Table circa 1948

Wilda Morris

I eat my culture,
the German culture of my great-grandmother

On Being a Guest, and Dumpling Evenings

Leo Racicot

A poignant recollection of Marilyn Schaefer

Grandmother's Bread

Wilda Morris

When I asked Grandmother how to bake bread,
she said put on an apron, gather the ingredients.


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The Deconstruction

Karen Cantrell

He said he’d been out with Randi again, planning a new menu, a cuisine of the absurd based on the Futurist food being made in Milan.

Lessons from a French Kitchen

Richard Goodman

When we think of French cooking, we probably have a romantic notion of that world, of its larger-than-life chefs, of the gorgeous restaurants, of joie de vivre.

The Banquet of Donny & Ari: Scenes from the Opera

by Naomi Guttman

A review by Becca J.R. Lachman

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Fake Pies and Pig Thighs

Rachel Komich

“There were no mashed potatoes,” Matt complains as we sat for dinner the day after Thanksgiving.

Leite's Culinaria 

David Leite 

"Hot Food, Dry Wit"


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