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What I (Haven't Been) Reading

This is my “to read” pile. Seriously.

I love to read. I really do. Books, magazines, blogs, you name it. But sadly, since moving to NYC three weeks (where has this time gone?!) ago and taking on quite a few projects that I always feel slightly behind on, reading has been the thing that has dropped off my radar. 962 more words


greek caper-potato spread

C-O-P-C-M … Copka-mmm? Carrots, olives, potatoes, capers, what was the m? Mustard?

Little cousin and I were trying to make a mnemonic to recall the shopping list we were too lazy to write down. 662 more words


Sandor Katz and The Art of Fermentation

So there I was in Oxford, England at the Oxford Symposium on Food and Cookery, July of 2010, and I was desperately looking for another American, let alone another Jew. 745 more words

Food Philosophy At Afroculinaria

Oxford Symposium 2008 - Vegetables

This weekend, the 2009 Oxford Symposium on Food & Cookery will be held at St. Catherine’s College in Oxford and I cannot be there.  Instead, many of my friends will be there and I will hear all about it when they return.  823 more words


Food and Language, Oxford, 2009

In my last post I wrote about the Oxford Symposium on Food and Cookery which I’ll be attending next week.

As well as feeding the mind, the symposium is known for special meals that are created in accordance with each year’s theme. 204 more words

Food History

The Oxford Symposium on Food and Cookery, 2009

Last year one of my favorite bloggers, Janet Clarkson over at The Old Foodie mentioned that she was going to a Symposium in Oxford, UK all about food history. 411 more words