It is time once again for the New Yorker's annual food issue, some of which is now available online. First up, a cover by Ivan Brunetti entitled "Fast Food," a piece on spicy chili junkies by Lauren Collins, brief writeups of New York bars both old (McSorley's Old Ale House) and new (the Shanty).
Behind the magazine's paywall, there's even more: a profile of Italian chef Massimo Bottura by Jane Kramer, an explanation of the sudden dominance of Greek yogurt in the US by Rebecca Mead, Adam Gopnik muses on bread (and women), Dana Goodyear considers "animals we love too much to eat," Akhill Sharma on Pizza Hut and Per Se (among other things), Lena Dunham on her love for delivery food, Gabrielle Hamilton on Family Meal, Zadie Smith on American tipping culture, and much more.
· Post-Modena: Massimo Bottura by Jane Kramer
· Just Add Sugar by Rebecca Mead
· Bread and Women by Adam Gopnik
· Beastly Appetites by Dana Goodyear
· Butter by Akhil Sharma
· Family Meal by Gabrielle Hamilton