Aesthetics of and around food writing
How Living Foods Show up in our Rituals for the Dead
On the subjective, and collective, nature of food
On dyed curcurbits, bitter tastes, and false food narratives
The power of books, machines, and memories
With summer, here at least, comes sweet corn. And with sweet corn comes the feeling of ephemerality: Once picked, those sweet-as-sugar kernels turn sta…
Rethinking the familiar in food and landscape (also: a seaweed ASMR video)
This block of butter weighs less than a cow, but not by much
The ecologies of our kitchens and our homes
Or foods that taste like they sound
On cooking as craft, plus the magic of candied violets
Vanilla's history, and recipes, can be both sweet and sour