Monthly Archives: July 2008

The age issue

Betty Fussell is teaching Food Sociology this fall. I registered for her class as one of the two I’ll be taking. A friend tells me her reading list won’t overlap with Marion’s Food Sociology class we both took last fall. … Continue reading

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The dream omelette

The Onion’s skewering food shows. This is a funny video that they posted here. Buen provecho..

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A midsummer’s afternoon omelette

I made an occasionally-weekly stop at the Morningside Greenmarket this morning and picked up baby yellow and green squashes. What else is this omelette girl to make but one of her tortillas. Actually, I think this would be considered a … Continue reading

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Bonne fête a vous

Buen provecho..

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Commercial hits—House hugger

From an informal media research perspective, it’s interesting to be aware of the current art and message in the medium of television commercials. Some years ago, a Columbia University journal article discussed experiential advertising. The article was a coup for … Continue reading

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Catching up on Mark Bittman and..

..trying to glean some inspiration to cook, to write, to do something. I’m home again today. The world of freelance food writing and editing is brutal. (An understatement, to me.) Even with a schedule for the summer set back in … Continue reading

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Is it louching or looshing?

Salut..

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