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Contents: On the Table: Pathways between Food Studies and Food Writing (Issue 52)



On the Table: Pathways between Food Studies and Food Writing
Somrita Urni Ganguly


Cristina Peri Rossi (Translated from the Spanish by Elizabeth Rose)

Hushed Husks
Sufia Khatoon

炒面 | chāu-mèing | chow mein | চাউমিন
Somrita Urni Ganguly

Poetry Review

A Review: Chandramohan S’s “Beef Poem”
Appu Jacob John

Reviving a lost recipe

Chicken Khirmich Pilaf: Recreating A Lost Bengali Dish, And My Memories Of My Kitchen
Manjari Chowdhury

Inherited Recipes: Memories of Albina’s Lithuanian-American Kitchen
Kathleen Rose Kahn (with inputs from Justin Eli Kahn)

Creative non-fiction 

Strange Fruit: Or, to be Dalit, and Eat
Rahee Punyashloka


Deceiving the Aam Aadmi: Sting Operations on Food Adulteration
Diksha Narang

Too Gay an Oreo!: The Cultural Connotations of Queer(ing) Food
Anil Pradhan

Culture in my Curry: Food as a Site for Communication, Translation, and Cosmopolitanism
Gaurav Kumar

Delicious Fictions: Reading Food in Literature
Nimisha Singh

Zahra Foundation, and Food as Community Service: A Report
Taiyaba Ali


For more stories, read Café Dissensus Everyday, the blog of Café Dissensus Magazine.

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