Legal Eats: Food and the Culture of the U.S. Supreme Court

Legal Eats: Food and the Culture of the U.S. Supreme Court

Well, welcome everybody. Now can we get that adjusted just a little bit? So it’s absolutely a thrill to see so many people here for this kind of a program. My name is John Gray and I have the wonderful privilege of being the director of your National Museum of American History. Particularly on nights […]

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Foodie culture is now part of foreign policy — It’s Gastrodiplomacy

Foodie culture is now part of foreign policy — It’s Gastrodiplomacy

– Within a half mile radius from where I’m standing, there are more than 15 Thai restaurants. In the last 20 years, Thai restaurants have taken off in America, Europe, and Africa. But that success is actually a little out of whack with the number of Thai immigrants around the world. In the US, there’s […]

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Emily Contois on Food, Gender & Health in U.S. Popular Culture

Emily Contois on Food, Gender & Health in U.S. Popular Culture

Real men don’t eat quiche. You might have heard this phrase before. It was the title of a 1982 best-selling book of satire, and it covered common stereotypes about masculinity. And while it sounds like a joke, it actually gives us two important things to think with. The first is the concept of a real […]

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Rome’s Best Ethiopian Restaurant and Its Famous Chicken Stew — Dining on a Dime

Rome’s Best Ethiopian Restaurant and Its Famous Chicken Stew — Dining on a Dime

(motorcycle engine running) – Hello everyone. Thanks Fabio. I appreciate it. (laughs) Well, we’re here at Via Prenestina in the Pigneto neighborhood of Rome, I’m heading to an Ethiopian restaurant and cultural center which is called Mesob. We’re gonna talk to the chefs. We’re gonna talk about the history. And then we’re gonna settle down […]

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What is American culture like? アメリカの文化って?

What is American culture like? アメリカの文化って?

[Music] today I’m gonna ask her about American culture so waste like Alice I make culture like for example like our food well we have hamburgers which are big ones are McDonald’s Burger King and Wendy’s but I prefer smash burger which is more local and it’s better quality burgers compared to about it’s very […]

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Compassionate living is celebrated in France

Compassionate living is celebrated in France

In veg news, compassionate living is celebrated in France. Paris Vegan Day attracted more than 4,000 people to La Bellevilloise, a popular venue, in the eastern part of the city. A variety of exhibitors, cooking demonstrations, food stands, seminars on animal welfare, and live music by vegan musicians were all part of this festive 100% […]

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A Rare Look Inside a Tibetan Horse Racing Festival

A Rare Look Inside a Tibetan Horse Racing Festival

a multi-day athletic event that rolls around only once a year It’s a chance for riders to show off their skills and for attendees to show off their festival best. But, unlike the Derby, this event isn’t so much about competition as it is about community. This is Tagong, a one road town where every […]

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Japan: Fascinating Diversity (Kawaii!: Inside Japanese Pop Culture)

Japan: Fascinating Diversity (Kawaii!: Inside Japanese Pop Culture)

[Applause] [Music] [Applause] [Music] quneitra my name is Sputnik ow I’m a contemporary artist based in Turkey and we’re now in Shibuya where my work spaces so for me as an artist Tokyo is a great city through the energetic dynamic and it gives me lots of new ideas and I like to show you […]

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Longevity & Why I now eat One Meal a Day

Longevity & Why I now eat One Meal a Day

Longevity & Why I Eat Once a Day Nutrition & Our Hybrid Body In the 1950’s, my friend Bill was a very gifted Engineer who made an extraordinary car. The car’s main fuel source was electricity, and gasoline was to be put in whenever available. It was fine for the car to use gasoline every […]

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Plastic Food Bruxelles – Parc De Forest – European Week Waste Reduction 2011

Plastic Food Bruxelles – Parc De Forest – European Week Waste Reduction 2011

“Plastic Food” is an invitation to producers and consumers to develop an eco-conscious attitude regarding the production of waste, There are already eco-friendly packaging that could substantially reduce the use of plastic, with a consequent reduction in the use of a valuable resource such as oil. The installation of the artwork “Plastic Food” in the […]

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