The New Yorker’s annual food issue

It’s a November thing

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November 22, 2011

Just in time for Thanksgiving, the New Yorker’s annual food issue has hit newsstands. The theme issue includes features by Kelefa Sanneh on the latest revolution in coffee production, John Seabrook on apple research, development, and marketing, and Jane Kramer on why foraging has become trendy. (Kramer’s article is the only feature available in its entirety online.) And Adam Gopnik kicks things off with a meditation on the politics of the turkey.

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