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From Cloth Oil to Extra Virgin: A History of Olive Oil

Although there is archeological evidence and historical writings about olive oil in the ancient world, the popularity, demand, and production of olive oil as we know it today has a very r...

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Food Americana

While creating and producing the hit series Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives, David Page dove deep into the world of American food.

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Meet Bread & Pizza Authority Peter Reinhart

World-famous artisan bread authority and author Peter Reinhart recently shifted his focus to another form of yeasty dough, Pizza.

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Black Smoke, the African American Roots of BBQ

While it's enjoyed throughout the US, barbecue has long been recognized as southern cooking. But the originators of barbecue have not been given their culinary due.

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Retro Cocktails and Pimm's Cups

There has been a resurgence in the cocktail culture of the pre-Prohibition period and the MadMen era.

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Cuisine of the Spanish Roma

Gypsies, Romani, Gitano - these are all names used to identify the ethnic group of Roma throughout Europe, of which there are more than 750,00 living in Spain.

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Made in Italy, really!

Authentic products by artisan producers are worth protecting.

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Jessica B. Harris on The Legacy Quilt: African-American Foundation of American Cuisine 1619-2019

Culinary historian and foremost expert on the food and foodways of the African Diaspora, Dr. Jessica B.

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League of Kitchens: Preserving Culinary Traditions

It's often said that the last aspect of a culture that remains after assimilation and acculturation is the food. And the fullest expression of the food of a particular culture is the food...

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A World Changed by the Pandemic

Since the first coronavirus infections hit the US in January, the nation has changed dramatically. Stores and restaurants closed as students and employees transitioned into remote work. W...