Humor and Essay
Wine and food cartoons, think pieces and thoughtful forays into all corners of culinary culture.
“Twice a year I’m captivated by my farm's demanding beauty and precarious nature. Once is the early spring as I break winter's crust and begin the year anew, hungry for work and stirred with optimism. The other is at the end of summer and early fall when crops are being gathered, a year's labor realized. The following two excerpts embody my emotions as I plant hope in the spring and, if all goes well, harvest that hope by the end of summer.”—David Masumoto, from his Essay A Taste of Farming. Wine Food and the Arts, Vol 2.