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Why I Quit Cooking: Women in the Kitchen

Photograph via Reuther Library
There's been a lot of talk recently about women and professional cooking. New York chef Amanda Cohen posted a rant concerning female chefs, the Beard Awards, and the women's access to funding in the restaurant world, and EMD's Helen Rosner responded at her main gig on Grub Street by saying what many [...]

The Problem with Gendering Food

Illustration via Adlalnd.tv
Two recent trend pieces have attempted to coin new terms related to food and those who consume it: The Boston Globe's "hegan," or male vegans, and The New York Times' "femivore," or female urban homesteader. Both articles were irritating in the way that trend pieces usually are; the trends themselves are dubious [...]

'Raw Flesh' Photo Series by Clayton Cubit [food art]

We recently came across the "Raw Flesh" photo series by Clayton Cubit, part of a cover feature for a 2008 issue of Zink magazine, that pairs models with raw meat, where it's worn as a fashion accessory or even as a second skin.
Disturbing, creepy, but oddly beautiful — we have a feeling that some [...]

Observation: Katie Lee Joel Just Might Be a Moron

Katie Lee Joel has been named the first food editor of Cosmo, and the elfin trophy wife has this to say:
"I'm so excited. When the magazine first started, they never would have had something about food, about women being in the kitchen. But we can have it all!"
We sure can, Katie Lee! Like, remember when [...]

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