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.
This issue celebrates summer, especially the hazy days of very late summer, in which languor reigns, broken occasionally by the tart, sweet flavor of berries. Are they enough to help you confront the discovery that a food you really like is produced by someone whose politics you truly dislike? Or make you wonder why black farmers are so scarce in New York state? Maybe it's worth one last trip to the Rockaways?
There's more, including recipes, colorful design, and some fun photography.
Paperback. Color photographs.
The publisher has already sold out of this issue, so we are not accepting backorders.