Keith Wagstaff

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  • 3 years ago | Interviews

    Author Jami Attenberg Food addiction plagues Edie Middlestein, the protagonist of Jami Attenberg's third novel, The Middlesteins. While an unhealthy fascination with food should seem familiar to Fork in the Road readers (and writers), it strains E...

  • 4 years ago | Food News

    The first issue of literary food mag Lucky Peach was a big hit, selling out so quickly that publisher McSweeney's had to immediately order a second printing. Well, McSweeney's designer Walter Green recently tweeted out a photo of the cover of Luck...

  • 4 years ago | Lists

    The craft-beer movement, once the province of homebrewers and so-called beer nerds, has become so mainstream that you'd be hard-pressed to find a bar in New York City that doesn't have at least Brooklyn Lager on tap. But where do you go when you w...

  • 4 years ago | Food News

    First of all, Target sells seafood? Second of all, this is good news considering the deplorable state of our oceans right now. Overfishing has depleted populations of fish like cod and tuna to dangerous lows, making the fact that a chain with 1,76...

  • 4 years ago | Lists

    It's no secret that the New York craft-beer scene has exploded in the last decade or so. With so many great local breweries (Brooklyn Brewery, Sixpoint, Kelso, Captain Lawrence), it stands to reason we'd also have a bunch of great beer bars. So, w...

  • 4 years ago | Food News

    We've always been a big fan of City Harvest, the organization that collects up to 30 million pounds of excess food from restaurants and markets every year to feed the hungry. The most famous supporter of City Harvest is organization chair Eric Rip...

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