Ketchup

I have been thinking and learning a lot about ketchup in the past weeks, thanks to Amy Bentley and her recently published article, “Ketchup as a Vegetable: Condiments and the Politics of School Lunch in Reagan’s America.” I recently had the chance to interview Bentley as a guest podcast host for Meant to Be Eaten, … Continue reading Ketchup

Habichuelas Colora’s: Red beans through time and space

Next to white rice / it looks like coral / sitting next to snow Hills of starch / border / The burnt sienna / of irony Azusenas being chased by / the terra cotta feathers /of a rooster There is a lava flow / through the smoking / white mounds India red / spills on … Continue reading Habichuelas Colora’s: Red beans through time and space