Digest bills itself as a magazine for eaters and thinkers, asking how food shapes the way we live. It's certainly not written for people of lukewarm spirit. New York is the center of its universe, but there is some good food elsewhere.
Claire Elizabeth Harnenz goes looking for Wisconsin-style taverns in New York, and yes, they're a thing. Charisse Ledres finds a Filipino grocery and Filipina identity in a shopping plaza. Butcher Jacob Fitoden observes his first slaughter. Dante Pilkington profiles La Morada, the Bronx restaurant which recently won a James Beard Award and is owned and run by undocumented immigrants.
There's more, including recipes, colorful design, and some fun photography.