August 3, 2015
April, 1975 is such a rich issue you could spend hours reading articles by Joseph Wechsberg, Naomi Barry and Lillian Langseth-Christensen. There are wonderful restaurant reviews by Jay Jacobs and Caroline Bates. And then you could go on to spend days cooking from the issue. Literally; some of these recipes are stunningly time-consuming.
This was the issue that introduced the Food Processor to the American public.
And here is the first recipe; it would make a perfect little summer supper.
And – sorry, I couldn't resist this – here's a rather shocking example of what is now being called "native advertising," smack dab in the middle of the article.
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