Meant To Be Eaten
Mexicans in Chicago
This episode is part of a special series in collaboration with Gastronomica: The Journal for Food Studies https://online.ucpress.edu/gastronomica. This episode offers new understandings of the food desert. In the case of Mexican Chicago, the imageries of food desert is inadequate. Drawing on unique ethnographic work — interviews with ordinary Chicago residents of Mexican origin — residents highlight access stores that cater to a wide variety of eaters. Guest host and Gastronomica editorial collective member Dan Bender discusses with Coline Ferrant new ways of studying food access and acquisition among Mexican first- and second-generation immigrants in Chicago. For 30% off a single-print issue, use promo code GASTROAUG2020 at checkout.
Photo Courtesy of Coline Ferrant.
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