Category Archives: Anthropology

Food, Culture, and Politics in France

Mmmmmm… kababs! Lamb! What’s not to love? The French far right is fighting what it calls ‘the kebabization’ of France. Check out what PRI’s The World producer Shirin Jafaari has to say about food and politics in France. here. Advertisements

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Whole Wheat and Oat Soda Bread

The rustic allure of an Irish-American soda bread recently tempted me into giving it a go. Wow! I am glad I did!  This recipe quickly yields a flavorful, filling bread that looks as beautiful as it is tasty.  It is … Continue reading

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Carnivores Behold: Meat Week!

Via the Smithsonian’s Museum of Natural History, it’s International Meat Week! “About 2.6 million years ago, early humans began using stone tools to cut, pound, crush, and access new foods—including meat from large animals. Around 790,000 years ago, we learned … Continue reading

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