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  • Arts & Culture

    Reviews: September/October 2017

    Richard Prum on the evolution of beauty, a novel about two Yale alumnae by Sylvia Brownrigg, and James Ledbetter on America’s history with gold.

    Sep/Oct 2017
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    Adventures in food

    For New York City alums, the tenth month is called Foodtober.

    Sep/Oct 2017
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    Aly Moore: all the bugs you can eat

    “Scorpions have great flavor,” says Aly Moore ’14. Dehydrate them, “and they taste like salmon jerky.”

    Sep/Oct 2017
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    Dave Arnold: the mad scientist of food

    Dave Arnold ’93 cooks turkeys from the inside out, has created a centrifuge for the home kitchen, and at least once set himself on fire.

    Sep/Oct 2017
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    Bettina Elias Siegel: lunch warrior

    Bettina Elias Siegel ’87 keeps an eye on what schools feed our kids.

    Sep/Oct 2017
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    Liz Thorpe: the cheese guru

    Liz Thorpe ’00 has helped Americans embrace the “weird-looking, smelliest, drippiest, stinkiest, moldiest” cheeses.

    Sep/Oct 2017