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Category Archives: Boston University Gastronomy
I do like to brag about my students in general, but this time they have done something truly awesome: The Graduate Journal of Food Studies launched today! This is a peer-reviewed food studies journal produced and reviewed by grad students. … Continue reading
Merci to all the wonderful producers, chefs, academics and passionate food people in Québec who made our trip fun, educational and delicious. More photos here…
This course was a big success last fall so we have decided to run it again. Some of the highlights during our trip to Québec last year included having dinner at Côté Est with culinary artisans in Kamouraska, wrestling eels, … Continue reading
This week I am with my Culture and Cuisine of Québec class explore the foodways of the ‘belle province’. Experiential learning meets ethnography on this week-long gastronomical journey of discovery. It is all about being here.
There are only a few seats left in my Culture and Cuisine of Québec course this fall at Boston University. This is a graduate-level course that is open to BU and non-BU students. Exceptional undergraduates will also be considered. … Continue reading