Cultural Anthropology and Food

Cultural Anthropology and Food

Food. It’s something anthropologists are always interested in. It helps us meet people. It helps us engage with people. We sit down and eat a lot of meals together as a way of learning about others. In American culture it’s also one of those things we use to differentiate between cultures. We think about Chinese […]

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Bringing a Community Together Through Tacos

Bringing a Community Together Through Tacos

– All Flavor No Grease is a new version of bringing unity to the community through food. (upbeat mood music) Nobody has died on this street, no gunfire within the last, like, five years, for a fact. (upbeat mood music) There’s a ceasefire and a peace treaty going on from the consensus of food on […]

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How to Make Guinness-Infused Mac and Cheese [Advertiser content from Guinness]

How to Make Guinness-Infused Mac and Cheese [Advertiser content from Guinness]

– [Kathleen] Coming from my father’s African-American side, Mac and Cheese is always around the holidays. Irish side, not so much, but I like to combine the two cultures by using the Irish elements of the Guinness Draft and the Irish cheddar inside of a very African-American holiday classic. Guinness is a perfect match to […]

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Cultural Appropriation Tastes Damn Good: How Immigrants, Commerce, and Fusion Keep Food Delicious

Cultural Appropriation Tastes Damn Good: How Immigrants, Commerce, and Fusion Keep Food Delicious

So we’re in Santa Ana California in Orange County California we’re meeting Gustavo Arellano the great food writer as well as cultural critic. We’re at Burritos La Palma which is a great low end burrito joint. And we’re doing this partly to celebrate the legacy of Jonathan Gold who’s one of the classic southern California […]

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Andrew Zimmern on Addiction, Cotton Candy, and Cultural Appropriation | Fast Company

Andrew Zimmern on Addiction, Cotton Candy, and Cultural Appropriation | Fast Company

– [Andrew] How is that gizmo? – [Kids] Good! – Can I ask you a question? – Sure. – Have you tried the cinni-mini sundae with the fresh-made cinnamon rolls and the Tahitian vanilla soft-serve? – If it’s good, we’ll try. – Oh, my god. – (laughs) – He’s breaking in. Guys, he’s break, you […]

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Anna South Indian Dosa || मसाला डोसा || Geeta Colony || Mood is Food ||

Anna South Indian Dosa || मसाला डोसा || Geeta Colony ||  Mood is Food ||

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Sharing new tastes through cultural heritage dining

Sharing new tastes through cultural heritage dining

[MUSIC PLAYING] SMITHA HANEEF: We want you to feel like you’re in a place that you would refer to as a home away from home, and eventually becomes your home. MICHAEL GATTIS: Our mission is to tie into what is going on here at Princeton, and that’s education. And we have that gift, to be […]

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UPDATE: Unboxing 200 Assorted Dubia Roaches to Grow Our Colony

UPDATE: Unboxing 200 Assorted Dubia Roaches to Grow Our Colony

Hello YouTubers. We decided to add to the Dubia colony by buying more. So, I ordered from LL Reptiles. They’re pretty cheap. I ordered 200 Dubia of assorted sizes from them for about 50 bucks, and that’s with shipping and handling included. They also came with Reptile Calcium–Repti Calcium. So that’s pretty neat. Here’s my […]

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Moonlit Dinner Experience at Wanuskewin Heritage Park

Moonlit Dinner Experience at Wanuskewin Heritage Park

Wanuskewin has been a gathering place for people for thousands and thousands of years. And it is a very unique collection of archaeological sites. We think Wanuskewin worked as kind of a magnet, it pulled people for 6,000 years into this one location. I look at the park as a link to the past. It […]

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