Articles tagged with food-and-agriculture

Rosamond Naylor Walter Falcon

Without public investment, the food crisis will only get worse.

Frank R. Rijsberman

Managing our way out of the water crisis.

Catherine Tumber

The role of neglected cities in a sustainable future.

Siddhartha Deb

India Is Growing, But Indians Are Still Starving

Douglas Haynes

While some U.S. politicians won’t even admit climate change exists, Central American political leaders increasingly find the phenomenon impossible to ignore.

Pierre Bourdieu

Food, class, and culture in modern France.

Sidney W. Mintz

Sugar and fat in American eating. 

Stephen Schmidt

From our Winter 1975 issue, a review of the noted cook’s new collection of recipes, her fiesty spirit, and why it took “such a woman to sell us Americans on the difficult, alien art of French cooking.” 

Julia Child

The renowned cook appeared in our first ever issue from June 1975. Here she reviews a gastronomic history of American cooking, sings the praises of a recipe for pimiento custard spread, and details her obsession with all things corn.