Do-mes-tic /dǝ’mestik/ by Clara B. Jones

the curly mind linguistically innovative poetry - weird & risky

  1. “Food and waste seem to have been something of a preoccupation of the time, perhaps in reaction to Europe’s new affluence.”¹
  1. Sweet Potato Thins: potato flour, cornstarch, sweet potato flour, vegetable oil, enriched flour, riboflavin, sugar, oat fiber, leavening, brown sugar, soy lecithin, salt, natural flavor
  1. Wild Sardines: sardines, extra-virgin olive oil, water, sea salt, aqueous natural smoke
  1. Ramen Soup (Chicken Flavor): organic baked ramen noodles, yeast extract, dried vegetables, organic cane sugar, spices, lime
  1. Black Beans: deraperp kcalb snaeb, retaw, tlas
  1. Tarte á l’Oseille: 10 oz. sorrell, stems pulled off backwards, washed in several waters, drained; salt; ¼ cup butter; 10 oz. sweet onions, halved, finely sliced; 1 ½ cups heavy cream; 3 eggs; pepper; 1 half-baked 9-inch pastry shell. A well-chilled, young, light, dry white wine with a suspicion of sparkle or a light-bodied Champagne are perfect companions.²
  1. “About 5,000 years ago, some Aboriginal groups experimented successfully…

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