“The Entwinements of Food”
Melissa Albert offers an eloquent meditation on the subject ofeating.
“Food and Higher Education”
Alison Jameson discusses the value of food studies.
“What’s with the Math?”
Alison Jameson comments on unnerving statistics regarding thetime we spend eating.
Vanessa Ross recalls her first and last Frite episode.
“French Food and Me”
David Doran recollects food moments abroad.
Jessica Greene lives in the northwest, attends college, and hatescoffee!
Elisabeth Rennie explains the function this vile seafood dishfulfills in her family.
Amanda Harter revisits a childhood horror but scores a triumphover pink glop.
Alison Jameson serves forth a grisly item from her culinary memoirs.
Amanda Harter rants about morning detritus.
DISCUSSIONS OF THE FILM, EATING (1990)
“Sex, Food, and Sex with Food”
“Food is my Booty Call”
“Animal Cookies: A Child’s Substitute for Friends”
“Thailand, India, and the Americas”
“China, India, and the Americas”