Portside Culture

Posted by Portside on June 26, 2017
Food & Wine Magazine
This 13th centure cookbook of Syrian recipes shows us the opulent upper limits of the cuisine from those who cooked and ate it—chefs developing recipes, explorers discovering ingredients, the wealthy elite who demanded luxury and ingenuity.
Posted by Portside on June 25, 2017
Daily Beast
The legendary comedian was once a liberal Green Party candidate for POTUS, but over the past year-plus has taken a sharp turn, sharing InfoWars and Seth Rich conspiracies.
Posted by Portside on June 23, 2017
Boulevard Magazine
Stacey Walker’s astonishing lyric poem depicts the postwar trauma of an American veteran of the Iraq war and his wife, as the war lives on in their bed.
Posted by Portside on June 22, 2017
International Socialism
British artist, novelist, prodigious essayist and poet John Berger, best known for her magisterial and approachable Ways of Seeing and who died in January, is remembered here for his radical approach to Art, when it functions to make sense of what life’s brutalities cannot, when it becomes a meeting place of the invisible, the irreducible, the enduring, what Berger called guts and honor.
Posted by Portside on June 21, 2017
Substance News
A writer tells the story of his left wing family. Reviewer Scipes takes us on a tour.
Posted by Portside on June 21, 2017
Substance News
A writer tells the story of his left wing family. Reviewer Scipes takes us on a tour.
Posted by Portside on June 19, 2017
New Food Magazine
Food Fraud 2017 highlighted just how serious an issue food fraud has become. It’s organised, criminal and widespread, but there are solutions that we must explore. Consumer trust in the food industry is on the decline in light of scandals such as the inescapable European horse meat incident in 2013 and melamine milk incident in China.These are two examples of what we call food fraud.

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