Rachel Laudan

A Historian's Take on Food and Food Politics

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Adventures, Mainly Culinary

Reading and Pondering: Food for Crossing the Gobi Desert in the 1920s

What did travelers in the Gobi Desert eat on days when they had a thirty-mile trek from one oasis to the next? Four bowls of undercooked noodles with crushed garlic in linseed oil and dried chiles. Having coffee last week… Continue Reading →

The Red Brick Fish of Dublin

Pull up images of Dublin and you are apt to see the elegant white Georgian squares and government buildings. Very lovely they are too. ┬áIt’s something of a relief, though, to leave this behind for the red brick workaday buildings… Continue Reading →

Reading and Pondering: IFT17

    208 pages long, 8 1/2 by 11 in size, this is the program and exhibit directory for the Institute of Food Technologist’s 2017 meeting from June 25th to 28th in Las Vegas. I was there for a panel… Continue Reading →

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