Eaten / 17
No. 17: Vegetables
EATEN No. 17: Vegetables is a veritable buffet of nourishing stories of the edible past, from the unlikely origins of the baby carrot to the outrageous life and times of the founder of America’s first vegetarian restaurant chain and the enduring legacy of molokia in Egypt and beyond.
Eric Millman on the legacy of the carciofo alla giudia in Italy
Mark Corbyn on the lasting influence of ‘Bahay Kubo’ in the Philippines
Malia Marshall Ogawa on the enduring importance of taro in Hawai’i
Ariel Knoebel on how Jell-O became an all-American salad
Eaten is a thrice-yearly publication celebrating food history. Each volume contains historic recipes, essays, and engaging stories contributed by historians, journalists, and gastronomers eager to share the history of all things food and drink. They are also handsomely illustrated with photographs, paintings, and drawings.