In which there is a glow up
Or, the time I called Cincinnati chili “bisexual” in a food journal
Last June, my partner discovered a raspberry bush straddling a parking lot and a church garden, which have both since been bulldozed and turned into an apartment building we cannot afford to live in.
Or, how not to write about LGBT wedding food.
My 2017, like that of a lot of other queer individuals, was a year of great personal and professional growth, but was one of the worst political years on record in my adult life.
Gingerbread sculpture, fighting food insecurity, and Hulu commercials.
Read a new interview about gender, food, and our zine on Foodie Underground!
Decolonize Thanksgiving history and support queer youth. Oh, and cookies.
Despite being an Ohioan by birth, the pizza that’s captured my heart is actually California-style pizza–a thinner crust, olive oil or pesto instead of tomato sauce, and fresh, local ingredients.
First trip to Idaho, Death Rattle Writers Festival, onsen, sourdough pancakes and more!
I’ll Make It Myself! and Robin Elan Art are proud to present our first collaboration: The Corners of Their Mouth: A Queer Food Zine, in which we use recipes and comics to ask the hard-hitting questions: