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The question of what it means to be fed is one that has haunted sustainability activists for ages: How much is being spent on feeding people? Who gets to be fed? Who doesn’t? Who’s doing the feeding?
Salt, sugar, acid, fat. These are the major components of traditional Jewish delicacies. Jewish food is immigrant food, created by a culture of outsiders incorporating whatever cheap materials they had on hand to finesse delicious, hearty dishes. After all, if it doesn’t incurably clog your arteries, can it really be considered soul food?
There’s no denying that there’s something macho about grilling. Who can properly char the remnants of a cow and stoke the flames, if not a strong man?
The potluck, engineered for maximum efficiency in the face of crippling time constraints, is making a major comeback.
Eighty is an age when many people would be resting on their laurels and hanging up their chef’s whites — especially someone like Joyce Goldstein, the former Chez Panisse Café chef who went on to run her own Mediterranean restaurant and has written numerous cookbooks.