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Britain’s favourite foods: A surprising history of what’s on your plate

In the age of clean eating, fad diets and an allegedly revelatory new superfood being found each week many of us often forgo some simple yet wonderful culinary delights. 701 more words

The Full English

Three words that to Britons invoke not only a beloved breakfast but notions of Britishness just as nuanced it’s highly debated ingredients. Indeed it is somewhat of an intra-national battleground competing with the Full Irish and Full Scottish breakfasts. 653 more words

The Hamburger

Like the Chip, really in this case the French Fry the Hamburger has become synonymous with the USA . Not only its cuisine but the nation’s ability to export its culture whether it be food, or films to every corner of the world. 634 more words

Austerity Bites Exhibition Opening!

Austerity Bites: Food Stories from Lewisham

Exhibition organised by the Goldsmiths Department of Anthropology.

The exhibition presents the result of our ethnographic project Austerity Bites conducted by the Department of Anthropology at Goldsmiths. 190 more words