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Celebrating New York City's Early Soul Food Celebrity Chef, Princess Pamela

To Taylor, Princess Pamela’s story is a case study in examining who controls narratives of excellence in cooking. For decades, the chains of influence and power in the culinary sphere have remained static and white, and so have those sentries who dictate the worth of certain people’s contributions.

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Hutspot from a Capon Presented

The Dutch receipt (recipe), To make a Hutspot from a Capon, consists of crumbs of White-bread, Cinnamon, Ginger, Saffron, Sugar, Marrow from Marrow-bones, Dates and slices of Lemon.  24 more words

Culinary History

Presidents' Week in Food History - 2017

President’s Day is 217 years old. It was first observed in 1800, in honor of our first President, George Washington, who was born on February 22 and passed away in 1799. 458 more words

Food Facts & Lore

Food and Drink as Symbols: Historical Perspectives

We recently received this call for papers that may be of interest to FoodAnthropology readers. Deadlines and contact information are below.

Department of History and Material Culture of English Speaking Countries… 482 more words

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Hutspot-Let it Stew

After the pieces of Capon are well-done, the crumbs of White-bread, Cinnamon, Ginger, Saffron, Sugar, Marrow , Dates, and slices of lemon are combined with the Capon for the receipt (recipe), … 33 more words

Culinary History

Momos- What Makes This Dumpling so Special

Delhi always surprises me. This is a city which was ruled by Mughals and then British came and stationed themselves here, so I have absolutely no idea how and when Momos became a staple evening snack for… 563 more words

Food And Streets

Soda & Soft Drink Saturday - Malta

Malta (also called young beer, children’s beer, or wheat soda) is a type of soft drink. It is a carbonated malt beverage, meaning it is brewed from barley, hops, and water much like beer; corn and caramel colour may also be added. 466 more words

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