BOOKS

On Eating Insects: Essays, Stories and Recipes . Phaidon Press

A collection of critical essays, ethnographic stories, and novel recipes investigating insect gastronomy, featuring contributors.

With contributions by many collaborators including Roberto Flore, Michael Bom Frøst, René Redzepi, Mark Bomford, Arnold van Huis, Josh Pollen, Nurdin Topham, Ni Lenette, Diego Prado, Afton Halloran, Paul Rozin, Charlotte Payne, Andrew Müller, Rebecca Roberts, Ben Reade, Guillemette Barthouil, and others.

ACADEMIC (peer-reviewed)

‘Setting the agenda for social science research on the human microbiome’ .  Palgrave Communications

Please Be Conbibial CuiZine: Journal of Canadian Food Cultures

A blank-verse multispecies exhortation, from yeast to us.

Nested Houses: Domestication dynamics in human–wasp relations in contemporary rural Japan.

An ethnobiological investigation into the central Japanese practice of rearing wasps as an edible delicacy, and its implications for theorising domestication.

Standard methods for Apis mellifera brood for human food Journal of Apicultural Research

A Descriptive Sensory Analysis of Honeybee Drone Brood from Denmark and Norway Journal of Insects for Food and Feed

‘Entomophagy and Power’ Journal of Insects for Food and Feed

A critical inquiry into who produces, controls, and benefits from the rapidly emerging global market for edible insects, contrasted with official promises and widespread dreams.

"Entomophagy": an evolving terminology in need of review Journal of Insects for Food and Feed

 

Culinary Science in Denmark: Molecular Gastronomy and Beyond . Journal of Culinary Science and Technology

ACADEMIC (non-peer-reviewed)

‘Thinking Edibility Otherwise’ . MIT Journal of Design and Science

A dialogue with Zimbabwean farmer-activist Chido Govera on denaturalising and decolonising edibility.

‘Mapping Microbial Multiplicity’Geo, Journal of the Royal Geographical Society

Show-and-tell with microbial colleagues on the dizzying range of human–microbe relationships.

‘Microbial Landscapes’Proceedings of the Oxford Symposium on Food and Cookery 2017

Scaling ourselves down and up to think landscape anew.

‘Les Insectes comme mets. La diversité dans la gastronomie’Savoureux Insectes

 

 

Fermentation art and science at the Nordic Food Lab The Routledge Handbook of Sustainable Food and Gastronomy

 

 

Wild ideas in food The Routledge Handbook of Sustainable Food and Gastronomy

 

 

Broadening Insect Gastronomy The Routledge Handbook of Sustainable Food and Gastronomy

 

 

Place-based taste: geography as a starting point for deliciousnessFlavour Journal

 

 

Labre larve og lækre insekter // Insects as a delicacy moMentum+

 

 

Non-trivial pursuit – New approaches to Nordic deliciousness Anthropology of Food

POPULAR

‘noma 2.0's first peaso’ . Wenner-Gren Foundation

A brief analysis of translated miso-making.

‘Brooding with Bees’ . Laboratory for Aesthetics and Ecology

How, why, and what it means to eat honeybee drone brood.

‘Casu Marzu’ . FOOL Magazine

A longform portrait of the beloved, illicit, and controversial Sardinian fly-ripened cheese.

‘We Should Consider Eating Our Own Poop For A Better Future’ . VICE Munchies

Hear me out!

‘Foreword’ . Biota Cookbook

‘Let them drink snaps’ . Indie YORITTER magazine

On Eating Insects’ . MAD Dispatches

Cooking beyond the kitchen, food security grandstanding, delicious in-betweens, and a plea for humility.

Dispatches from the Lab: Hunting for Honey Ants in the Outback MAD Feed

On a wandered dish, which can only be eaten in time.

‘Dispatches from the Lab: Exploring the Deliciousness of Insects in Africa’ . MAD Feed

‘Insect Gastronomy’ Cereal Magazine

‘Cereal Killing’Wolf Magazine

© Joshua David Evans, 2019