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The Hidden Radicalism of Southern Food - The New York Times
AMERICA reacts with vigor to the South, for the nation has long recognized its deepest problems here. H. L. Mencken parodied a poverty-wrecked and racism-ruined South as “The Sahara of the Bozart.” Modern debates about malnutrition have shifted from hunger to obesity. Different Southern deserts have come into focus.
farming  history  gardening  food  culture  nytimes  johntedge  southernfood 
june 2017 by brendanmcfadden
Modern Farmer Plows Ahead
Each issue of Modern Farmer, the stylish agrarian quarterly, has an austere portrait of an animal on the cover
business  culture  farming  urbanfarming  modernfamer  printmedia  magazines  upstatenewyork  thenewyorker  newyork  annmariegardner  alecwilkinson.  agriculture 
december 2014 by brendanmcfadden
Porklife: building a better pig
How have the farm animals of today been shaped by centuries of domestication and selective breeding? Sujata Gupta investigates.
agriculture  farming  science  technology  pigs  mosaicscience  breeding 
june 2014 by brendanmcfadden

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