articles from issue 15
selected articles from issue 14
selected articles from issue 8
selected articles from issue 7
articles from issue 6
for the Knackerman
There are only a few ways to legally
kill a farm animal in California.One-Shot Johnny is one
by Tamar Adler
articles from issue 5
articles from issue 4
articles FROM issue 3
SELECTED articles FROM ISSUE 2
Inside Layonna Wang's
gallery of gluten
by Heather Smith
ARTICLES FROM ISSUE 1
||They’ve Got Chops
The new school of old school
interview by Amy Standen
||On the Range
Braised moose nose, roasted cicadas, and other traditional
Native American treats
interview by Amy Standen
by Rob Baedeker
What's next for the 11-year-old
Alabama boy who bagged the 1,000 pound pig?
from issue zero
||Meat me halfway
by Chris Colin
“With the minor drama of
an epiphany, my guilt morphed into a new philosophy of meat
by Nicholas de Monchaux
“When you operate in an
overbulit metropolis, you have to hack your way with a meat
The Eight Food Magazines You Should Read Now
New York Times
Coverage of our rabbit events in Brooklyn and San Francisco.
March 3, 2010
Best of the Bay issue
“A Choice Quarterly That's Well Done, and Rare”
April 15, 2008
“Meat to Wrap the Mind Around”
December 19, 2007
MORE PRESS HERE
Love” animation from 1989
meat recall in history began with mistreatment of sick
FDA calls cloned meat "indistinguishable"
from the other kind.
What's with all the naked
Is there any hope for vegetarians / carnivores romance?
happens when India and China star eating as much meat
as Americans do?
Trinidad puts dolphin on
Chicago court says ney
to horse meat.
meatscapes from around the world.
you a "graveyard for animals?" Ask a vegansexual.
Times reviews Peter Luger's "breathtaking" porterhouse.
Definitely the world's cutest hotdog sculpture.
art most likely to vegetarian-ify you.
Pollan's advice: "Eat food. Not too much. Mostly
dry-aging room at New York’s Master Purveyors.
Fast Food: Ads vs. Reality
A tale of two Sausage McMuffins.
Or, how to avoid a hungry lizard while wearing
a pork chop hat.
Pakistani cuisine's take on hangover meat.
Alphabet made of raw hamburger.
Perhaps the longest-running website devoted to meat headwear.
A blogger explores.
food writers are obsessed with pigs
Sara Dickerman takes on the question: how is pork different from
“In my home country, cows and meat are symbolic of national pride and
collective identity.” SEE
“I draw visual ethnographies of food in the market place....” SEE