Political Foods: Food and Drink on Campaign

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As the Canadian federal election campaign reached its final three weeks, the CBC, perhaps hoping to give readers a brief respite f...
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In the news again

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Our editor, Alex Ketchum, is quoted multiple times in Broadly's latest article on feminism and food, entitled, "Eating Out, a...
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Submit a Guest Post to HCP!

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Dear Readers, got something to say about food or drink in the past? Submit a guest post to HCP! Here's the information. French f...
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Eat Your Politics for Breakfast: A microhistory of Brioche

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This morning, over a cup of coffee, I ate my politics. I spend a lot of time thinking about the ways that food is politica...
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Limoncello: a short history

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In a memorable scene in Under the Tuscan Sun,  Diane Lane's character, Frances Mayes, meets a ridiculously attractive Italian man named...
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A Field Guide to Dumplings

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I love making dumplings.   I love having friends over to wrap delicious bundles of meat in dough, cook them, and eat together.   It’s a fu...
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The Butcher

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A colleague once told me that there are three people one absolutely needs to befriend in this chaotic modern world: a doctor, a ba...
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Special Series: What Does Food Studies Even Look Like?: A Reflection on Organizational Methodologies

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Food history is a growing field whose parameters are still in the process of being defined. Currently within the field, a myriad of wo...
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