Literary Lunch

Categories:  Literary Lunch
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Prose, essays, reviews, interviews & poetry with a focus on food:

  1. Day of Honey: The unifying sweetness of food by Annia Ciezadlo - RECIPES (NPR)
  2. Klee Owner Rails Against Discount Dining With Poetry (EATER)
  3. Perishable, It Said by Jane Hirshfeld (POETRY FOUNDATION)
  4. Review: Memoir — Matters of taste by Naomi Duguida (THE GLOBE & MAIL)
  5. The Ravenous and Resourceful Sandra Lee by Benjamin Wallace (NY MAGAZINE)
  6. Eva Longoria to release cooking book with Mexican food recipes by Iain Alexander (FILM INDUSTRY NETWORK)
  7. In Defense of Bacon: What Denny’s Doesn’t Get by Josh Ozersky (TIME)
  8. Frank O’Hara’s Lunch Poems (GOOD.FOOD.STORIES.
  9. Pro: Modernist cuisine skeptics just don’t get it by Rob Mifsud (GLOBE & MAIL)
  10. On the Road by Julian Brunt (OKRA)

Weekly Food Section Round Up

Categories:  Food Section Round Up, Recipes
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Each Wednesday I share items appearing in the food sections of newspapers world-wide.

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HIGHLIGHTS FROM THIS WEEK’S FOOD SECTIONS

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  1. Cinco de Mayo: Save your dinero and throw your own fiesta (LA TIMES)
  2. Learning to live without tomatoes and peppers (AUGUSTA CHRONICLE)
  3. This little chickpea made two meals (BOSTON.COM)
  4. Spring Fling: Chefs Flirt With Seasonal Sweets (SF GATE)
  5. One Pot Wonders (CHICAGO TRIBUNE)
  6. Loving lasagna in three very different ways (OREGON LIVE)