Photo Journal of the Inside of My Apartment (A Quarantine Special)

Introduction I often think about the many ways my identity (specifically in terms of race, class, and gender) informs my interest in food. Recently, I’ve begun considering how the food a person eats is not unidirectionally shaped by their identity. Rather, the stream flows both ways; on the one hand, our identity influences our food … Continue reading Photo Journal of the Inside of My Apartment (A Quarantine Special)

Pressure Cooker

A study of home-cooked meals and the elusive (mythical) family dinner In their book Pressure Cooker: Why Home Cooking Won’t Solve Our Problems and What We Can Do About It, Bowen, Brenton, and Elliott challenge seven “foodie maxims” that have that have become mainstream in food discourse over the last few decades. These mantras, often … Continue reading Pressure Cooker