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Inside Flipboard / May 19, 2014<p>After Ariane and Michael Batterberry got married in 1968, they set out to create a culinary magazine that felt more …

Food52

Inside Flipboard / October 14, 2013<p>How you eat is how you live. That’s the “cooking manifesto” of Amanda Hesser and Merrill Stubbs, creators of …

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Never Forget: Life After the Khmer Rouge Genocide

Once upon a time—1975, actually, in Cambodia—there was a regime so evil that it created an antisociety where torture was currency and music, books, and love were abolished. This regime ruled for four years and murdered nearly 2 million of its citizens, a quarter of the population. The perversion …

Thought for food

<b>How much people in different countries spend on food</b><p>THE discovery by European food shoppers that some of them have been eating horse in place of beef …

The New Yorker's Food Issue Comes with an Epicurious Extra | Epicurious.com | Epicurious.com

The New Yorker's Food Issue Comes With an Epicurious Extra<p>by Patricia Reilly<p>It's officially that food-friendliest time of year when fellow Condé Nast …

A Night at Osteria Francescana

This week, in the Food Issue, Jane Kramer writes about the chef Massimo Bottura, and his restaurant Osteria Francescana, in Modena, Italy. We asked the Italian photographer Alex Majoli to spend the evening with the chef, taking pictures of him as he prepared for a night at the restaurant. Majoli …

Why Can’t We Let Go of the Myth of French Food?

“The chicken was perfect, and so was the gratin, and so were the beans. They passed plates and dishes, and poured more wine, toasting each other, good fortune, and France.” So Luke Barr, in his new book, “Provence, 1970,” describes a dinner that Julia Child cooked for her friends and fellow food …

On the Red Couch with Author Margaret Atwood

Inside Flipboard / September 19, 2013<p>The Guardian calls the writer Margaret Atwood “literature’s digital doyenne.” The author of more than 40 books …