Featurettes

Words and Images by Betsy DiJulio

Lessons from a French Kitchen by Richard Goodman

Limits by Dinah Lenney

Slaughterhouse by Marissa Landrigan

Home is Where the Beer Is by Adam Blake Wright

Navel Gazing by Samuel Stinson

The Sacred Canon by Betsy DiJulio

Game Over by PES

A Return to M.F.K. Fisher by Leo Racicot

Two Poems by L.A. Ashby

Dame Factor Inc. by Melanie Abramov

With Mangoes by Grace Pauley

Table 7 by Marko Slavnic

Monster Roll by Dan Blank

Revenge by Lernert and Sander

Poor Girl Gourmet by Amy McCoy

The First Taste by Saatchi & Saatchi and Heckler

Samba Salad by Sandra Kaas

flatten by Kay van Vree and Hugo de Kok

Ways of Cheddar Chex Mix by Megan Kimble

Menupoems 2014

Chocolate Bunny by Lernert and Sander

The Traveller Eggs by Nora Silva

Interview by Peggy Wolff

Fermentophone by Joshua Pablo Rosenstock

Lycopersicum by Uli Westphal

Cupcake Canon by Johnny Cupcakes and Kamp Grizzly

Street View Supermarket by Liat Berdugo

Modern Art Desserts by Caitlin Freeman

Travel Around the Hob by Nora Silva

Marzipan in Toledo by Kristen Hemlsdoefer

10,000 Items or Less by Blair Neal

Menupoems 2013

How to Explain It to My Parents by Lernert & Sander

The Burger Foundation by Michelle Ellsworth

Bebe Coca-Cola by Décio Pignatari

Tournedo Gorge by Kathi Inman Berens

Food Remix by Michelle Ellsworth

Interview with Darra Goldstein

Eating on Berry Street by Emily Nemens

In the Most Unlikely Places by Jason Bell

The Birthplace of the Tomato by David Wanczyk

Pot Luck by Cindy McCain

Secret Foods

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Food Remix

Alimentum presents Michelle Ellsworth's wonderful "Food Remix," which offers us "The New Emergent Theory of Eating."

"I don’t want to waste people’s time," says Ellsworth about her piece. "I try not to know too much. I have no loyalty to humor or beauty. I don’t like to pretend. If I said I did something, I did, or I will do it tomorrow. I try, oh I try -- to make work that doesn’t suck. I like a quick fade to black."

Ellsworth is nationally known for her witty and innovative solo performance work. She has performed at venues such as the Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival (Lee, MA), P.S.122 (NYC), DanceTheaterWorkshop (NYC), Diverseworks (Houston, TX), The Sushi Gallery (San Diego, CA), The Telluride Experimental Film Festival (Telluride, CO), and the Solo Mio Festival (San Francisco, CA). Her cartoons and spreadsheets have appeared in the journal CHAIN. Currently she is working on a new performable website that remixes Homer’s The Iliad with the carbon cycle and ideas about how to prepare for the obsolescence of the Y chromosome. Visit her website at www.michelleellsworth.com.