- andouille and tasso smothered cabbage (from this delight of a book lent to me by Zach)
- polenta with stewed collard greens and bacon
- baked kale chips
- steamed bok choy with oyster sauce
- saag paneer with collard and turnip greens
- the unmade squash spätzle listed before
- beet and apple soup in acorn squash bowls
The typeface you have chosen for the citation information on your pdf cover sheets is unforgivably awful. Its roman characters are crudely and thoughtlessly drawn by someone with no evident qualifications or other typographic experience. Though it boasts a wide-ranging character set, I doubt it is the most complete font in existence. I would urge you to consider other fine, even free options from SIL and others, such as those shown below.
The most hideous glyph in your unfortunate font is the capital J, which is used disporportionately often in the texts where you have employed it (most journals name themselves Journal of . Or, Tournal of x. I can’t distinguish them in Code2000. By the way, it is now 2009. Browsers support Unicode. Competent developers all use UTF-8. We can even embed fonts in web pages with css! Why do you torture our eyes with this heinous insult to every type designer living or dead?
The figure below shows what I find the be the most offensive characters in Code2000. Clearly the JT is far and away the most odious. The diddle on the top of the 2 makes no sense, the 9 is horribly awkwardly topheavy, the g is misshapen and glaring at me like a quadriplegic rhinoceros, and the r and f both suffer gross errors of proportion. The huge flat crossbar of the f for some reason extends beyond the elephantine serif. The ball at the end of the r and f are also apparently mutant spawn of unrelated origins. Here are several alternatives, all free opentype faces with reasonably complete character sets: Fontin, Gentium, Droid Serif, and venerable Times New Roman.
Update, 2010-01-24: The web page for Code2000 appears to no longer exist. Here’s wikipedia. Can this augur the death of the font at Jstor?
- pumpkin red curry and sticky rice
- sausage-stuffed baked apples
- nutty tart bell peppers with peanuts
- chile-spiked moong dal with cauliflower
- eggplant with roasted chiles and tomato (again)
- slow roasted bell pepper with red lentils (again)
- squash spätzle with maple and bacon
- another apple and pear pie
eggplant and asparagus thai green curry
- something indian with okra
- polenta with beet greens
stuffed bell peppers with ground pork and raisins
- (another week) stuffed spaghetti squash
- tindora / ivy gourd with coconut and sambhar masala
- fig honey cream galette
- kolhapuri stewed eggplant or pan-blistered eggplant with onion and marathi kala masala
- collard and radish greens (subbing for taro leaves) with peanuts