EATEN No. 5: Surf & Turf showcases the fruits of the seas and soils of years past, from the fight over muskrat eating in Michigan to the saga of a surfer’s cocktail and the foods of survival in the Antarctic. (Spring/Summer 2019).
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Kara Elder on the Rise and Fall of Fluid Beef
James Edward Malin on the Twisted Linguistics of the Jewish Delicatessen and Appetizing Store
Irina Groushevaia on the Very American Origins of Surf ‘n’ Turf
EATEN No. 4: Sweet & Sour showcases the sour and the saccharine in culinary history, from the grandeur of Renaissance sugar sculptures to M.F.K. Fisher’s travels in Japan to the nautical adventures of one of America’s favorite cocktails. (Winter/Spring 2019).
Edward Everett on the Last Medar of Glastonbury Abbey
Nawal Nasrallah on Eating Right in Medieval Baghdad
Rachel Robey on the Rise and Fall of Seville’s Bitter Orange