The Man Who Ate Stones
All Buttered Up and Ready to Go
Culture, Society, Piggishness, Eating in the Short Short Story
What to Serve When the Guests Don’t Like the Same Meat
Pirates Gold or Licorice? Both.
Groucho Marx’s Recipe Challenge
Day of the Horchata
Schleckmuscheln – ‘You need to be licked from the bowl’
Violet Lifesavers . . .
Hunger, Food, Eating in Short Fiction
Serious, Painterly Heirloom Tomatoes (1780 and 1649 – 50)
If you were a tomato in say, 1849, or 1820 . . . you would be
Tomatoes, 1877 and 1865
Tomatoes, 1939 – 1946 and 1919