Tag Archives: food history
Chemistry starts in the kitchen. Gil Tansman remembers those words spoken by his mother when he was a young boy. Now the UVM doctoral student repeats that exact phrase as he talks about pursuing his passion for science and food. … Continue reading
By Hailey Grohman Literary-themed meals certainly aren’t a new phenomenon—blogs like Food in Literature share recipes from texts including Harry Potter, The Great Gatsby, and more—but the book featured in next month’s Isolé Dinner Club doesn’t immediately recall culinary memories.
I can hear the clacking of the looms long before I arrive at Pastora’s place. Vida Nueva is a women’s rug cooperative nestled in the small Zapotec village of Teotitalan de Valle, Mexico. Pastora is the head of the cooperative, … Continue reading