Dayna Evans' thoughtful analysis of the gendered sourdough revolution--from the male authors of best-selling cookbooks to the tech bros' and their gadgets to the female bakers who use each others' names on Instagram--may interest you. Her essay is titled "Do You Even Bake, Bro?" and was published in Eater on Nov. 19, 2018.
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"Are octopuses too intelligent to eat?" Daniel Isengart's thoughtful response to this reader question pairs nicely with Sarah's essay. https://slate.com/human-interest/2018/11/best-fall-recipes-rabbit-octopu...
Black and white photograph of smiling Kentucky food author Mary Hanson "Cissy" Peterson Gregg (1903-1966) in the 1950s. Courtesy of Kimberly Wilmot Voss. See also her related essay, "The Influence of a Food Editor," in the H-Nutrition series "What Should I Eat? Why?"
Photograph of the vibrant red cover of Cissy Gregg's Cook Book, volume 2 (November 1, 1959). (With an introduction by Deni Hamilton.) Gregg's face is rendered as a gray-scale drawing. Courtesy of Kimberly Wilmot Voss. See also her related essay, "The Influence of a Food Editor," in the H-Nutrition series "What Should I Eat? Why?"