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The New Yorker food issue

(article, Culinate staff)

Back in 2002, when the New Yorker started devoting a special issue every year to food, the magazine published the foodfest at the end of summer, around Labor Day. A few years ago, however, the publication date got pushed back to Thanksgiving week, the one time of the year when Americans are guaranteed to be thinking about food. This year's issue published on November 22, and it's full of food for thought, including a profile of gastropub chef April Bloomfield and a podcast about fermented foods. Perfect for the long weekend.