The best of the New Yorker’s food articles

From lowbrow to highbrow in just 24h hours! (It’s hard to fathom how I can shift gears so fast, isn’t it?)

If you’re hungry for some great food writing to sustain you on your summer vacation do check out the New Yorker’s food article archive. It’s a literal treasure trove of great writing. Among my favourite articles are:

Slippery Business
Red, White and Bleu
Paradise Sold

Do you have a favourite New Yorker article to share?


8 Responses to The best of the New Yorker’s food articles

  1. danamccauley says:

    By the way, this image is from the New Yorker’s collection. I believe if you visit their site you can buy prints.

  2. I tagged the olive oil article on Delicious (or however you spell the site) a long time ago, but didn’t have the entire food section archive tagged. I’ve added it. Thanks!

  3. Kitt says:

    I love The New Yorker’s food issues. Do you know when this year’s is?

    My favorite is an early one, on the cheese nun. It had a wonderful photo of her. (Not shown here, alas.) I still have that issue around here somewhere.

  4. newsbite says:

    Kitt — According to the magazine’s editorial calendar, the food issue is slated for publication November 24:

  5. Kitt says:

    Thanks, newsbite!

  6. danamccauley says:

    Newsbite, thanks for providing this important intel. : )

  7. Hey, you used to write fantastic, but the last few posts have been kinda boring… I miss your tremendous writings. Past several posts are just a bit out of track! come on!

  8. 12/23/2016 I’m pleased by the manner in which handles this kind of subject matter. Usually on point, sometimes polemic, always thoughtful and also challenging.

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