Inside the New Yorker’s 2015 Food Issue

October 26, 2015

This year’s issue covers the evolution of fast food in America, the rise of seaweed, and North Carolina barbecue, plus much more.

Here is a look at The New Yorker’s annual food issue, which will hit newsstands and mailboxes this week. For those who do not subscribe, the articles are also now available online. First up is a piece about the evolution of fast food in America by Michael Specter called “Freedom From Fries.” It explores the question of whether fast food can actually be good for you and discusses the rise of fast casual chains with a healthy…