Anke Klitzing makes the case for Paul Schmidt’s “A Winter Feast” (1990).
Molly MacVeagh argues for Lauren Michele Jackson’s essay, “The White Lies of Craft Culture” (2017).
Alaina Spencer makes the case for Patricia Allen’s “Together at the Table” (2004).
Zachary Goldberg makes the case for Masanobu Fukuoka’s “The One-Straw Revolution” (1978).
In this seventh issue of the Journal, Catherine Peters writes that food studies must urgently grapple with settler colonial and imperial violence.
In this seventh issue of the Journal, Edwige Crucifix introduces eight book reviews that present theoretical approaches to the field of food studies as well as address discontent with contemporary food systems.
In this article, Nick Dreher applies Lisa Heldke’s analytic of “cultural food colonialism” to the case of matcha in the contemporary United States.
In this article, Grace Krause applies Mary Louise Pratt’s concept of “contact zones” to the World’s Columbian Exposition of 1893.
In this Food-Stuff essay, Priya Vadi reviews “The Search for General Tso,” a documentary film that seeks to locate the man behind the famous chicken dish.
In this Food-Stuff essay, Jeffrey Rubel explores three stories of fish preservation, separated by history but bound together by science.