Corby Kummer

Senior editor at The Atlantic and author of The Joy of Coffee

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Senior editor at The Atlantic and author of 'The Joy of CoffeeCorby Kummer is a journalist who writes primarily about food. He is a senior editor at The Atlantic magazine, where he writes a monthly food column, restaurant critic for Boston magazine

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Why Don’t We Eat Horse Meat?

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