Wouldn’t you agree that the kitchen is the most social room in the house? As soon as we get around food, we start to talk. Maybe it’s because everyone loves to eat, or we want to learn how food is made, or maybe we just like being around something as it is being created. Whatever the reason, the eGullet Society for Culinary Arts & Letters has taken the next logical step and moved our kitchen conversations to the internet. eGullet’s stated purpose is to increase awareness of cooking, eating, and food literature. They have put together a discussion board to facilitate that task. In addition to a literary food journal, the board covers topics ranging from food media and arts to restaurant life, food traditions and culture, and cookbooks and references. This is a serious conversation, so if you are serious about food, jump in and feed your brain.
About Levi DavisLevi Davis spends six months a year watching baseball and six months a year on the internet dealing with his withdrawal symptoms. He grew up just north of San Francisco and currently lives in New York City. He is a coffee addict who can’t for the life of him figure out why Philip Roth doesn’t have a bigger following.
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